In this article, there will be a short video on Solo Ads Training presented by Sean Bagheri. You will learn the do’s and don’ts of solo ads so that you will not make mistakes which are costing you to lose a lot of money using solo ads and make it profitable for you. But first…
What are Solo Ads?
When you purchase solo ads, it refers to going to a solo ad vendor, paying him to ask him to send an email which advertises your link in that email so that you can get traffic to your website. The charge is usually by a click and can range from $0.30 to $2.50.
When done right, you will be able to add a lot of leads and buyers into your list in a short amount of time. However, when done wrong, just like any advertising, you will be throwing hard earned money away.
In this post, I will be sharing a video by Sean Bagheri “Solo Ads Training 2017” where he teaches you the do’s and don’ts when purchasing solo ads for your marketing campaign.
Solo Ads Training – 2017 by Sean Bagheri
I have written some personal notes regarding the solo ads training above and I hope you will find them useful.
Always use solo ads to build your list
This is the number one way to actually make money from solo ads. You need to capture your prospects email addresses so that you can follow up with them. Remember that the sales are in the back end.
Always send traffic to your lead capture page
If you send them to a sales page and they don’t buy from it, you are wasting your money on traffic.
If you send them to a sales page and you generate a sale and you did not get that customer’s email address, you lose them for life. Not so smart right? So capture their email address.
Focus on the war, not the first campaign
Don’t freak out if you do not make any sales right off the bat from your first solo ad campaign. You WIN when you have received leads. Focus on the overall picture. When your email marketing campaign is set up right, you will eventually make money at the end of the day. There is never a guarantee that you will make money with solo ads.
Incoming traffic from solo ad is also considered cold traffic
They still do not know you when they subscribe to your list. So introduce yourself. Engage with them immediately.Ask them to ask questions, add you on social media, and leave a comment.
Do not buy too much at the beginning.
Do your homework before purchasing solo ads. After you have done your homework, test it in small amounts first. Maybe 100 clicks. Or $30 / $50 / the max $100. Test the conversion rates. See if it brings sales. If they convert well, then only scale up from there.
Track your clicks and conversions from each campaign.
If you do not do this, you do not know which campaigns convert better and at the end of the day, you will lose money. My personal recommendation is Trck.Me, different from what Sean has recommended but it certainly gets the job done and it is cheap, suitable for those who are new to tracking.
Did you find this solo ads training beneficial for you?
What would you like to add in addition to this training?
What are your struggles when it comes to using solo ads?
Leave it in the comment below 🙂