Hey there, it’s Gary!
Today, let’s talk about solo ads…
Despite what you may have heard, email marketing, isn’t “dying a slow
Rest assured that it’s still a great way to get quality traffic.
And if you don’t know by now, email solo ads continue to be a cost-effective
way to get traffic.
Best of all, it’s extremely cost-effective, and FAST!
So if you want targeted traffic fast and cheap, just keep reading…
What are solo ads exactly?
Quite simply, they’re ads that you pay the owner of a particular list to send out
to their subscribers via email to promote YOUR site.
Typically, you pay the owner for a set number of clicks. Once that click quota is
met, the deal is done.
However, most list owners generally over-deliver on clicks, because they want
you to buy from them again and again!
So what are the benefits of using them?
Solo ads are most effective when you send the traffic to a lead magnet offer
This way, you can get the visitors to subscribe to your own list, rather than
shoot for a “one-off” sale or conversion.
This lets you develop a long-running relationship directly with your new
Ultimately you’ll build trust, as long as you deliver value. Your subscribers will
be more inclined to buy from you, whether it be affiliate offers or even your
What’s particularly cool about solo ad traffic is that visitors tend to be higher
Why? Well, for one thing, they’re obviously already receptive to email
marketing, right? That’s how they found you!
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Here are the essentials involved in getting started with solo ads…
One of the easiest ways to find solo ad providers is to search for other sitesthat targets your niche’s demographic.
For example, if your niche’s target demo is women over 35, you will want to
find other sites that cater to them as well, preferably in a related niche.
Contact each site’s owner and ask them if they’re interested in selling you a solo ad.
You’ll eventually get some yes replies. Ask them some key questions to assure
that they’re a good fit.
Here are some good ones:
How big is your list?
What’s your current open rate?
How many new subscribers do you get monthly?
What do you usually charge for an ad?
Once you decide on a list to advertise on, start small.
If you get good results from your initial solo ad run, you can always scale up
Keep in mind, there will be some trial and error involved.
But once you find the right list and ad combination, you’ll be amazed at how
quickly you can profitably increase your traffic!
Hope you found this introduction to solo ads informative and helpful.
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Until next time!