Here at Side Hustle Mentor, I work with a lot of business opportunities to keep my passive income flowing, which requires me and my team to stay up-to-date with best and most coveted traffic methods.
This method I’m about to reveal to you is highly necessary for anyone interested in Affiliate/Network Marketing or growing their own personal business online, such as coaching.
You see, I’ve been successful in both Affiliate & Networking marketing, without ever having to pick up the phone to recruit.
Even better, I’ve been able to do his with having to pitch anything to my close friends or, even have my relatives know I was in network marketing!
That’s because I figured out how to get traffic online and convert it in a “hands-off” approach that works.
No matter what business you get involved with, you’re going to need to work with traffic generation.
More traffic = more $$$
No traffic = no $$$
It’s pretty simple math, right?
The immutable law of business says that the only way to succeed, is to get more traffic than your competitors.
Think about all the major businesses that are successful today. They have a systemized process to constantly turn new prospects into customers. Sounds difficult, but it really isn’t once you know the formula.
You may find yourself wondering how you can do this.
Well, in this Solo Ads guide , everything will be revealed.
No matter what business you’re in, you can leverage this traffic source to grow your email list and business extremely fast.
Imagine being able to get 10, 20, 100+ new leads a day to your business. How would this change things for you?
This is my secret source that I and some of the top marketers use to get traffic on-demand, that results in thousands of dollars of extra money each month.
How Solo Ads Can Help Your Business
So, as you might already know, we about to get deep into some solo ad talk!
A solo ad is simply the process of paying a list owner a fee to send an email for you to their list.
Nothing too complicated.
Why would you care? Well, Solo Ads are one of the fastest (and most affordable) ways to get targeted traffic to your business.
Most solo ad sellers traffic in “clicks”, meaning, you pay for a certain number of clicks to be sent to your opt-in aka ‘squeeze’ page. This could be a from as little as 50 clicks to those in the 1,000’s…instantly!
It’s import to note that they only sell clicks to your squeeze page, they do not sell sign-ups, that is the job of your squeeze page. So, it’s imperative that your squeeze page convert as high as possible. (we will talk more about that later)
For the purpose and goal of this article, I will be talking about using solo ads to start an email list & grow your business with this targeted traffic.
While solo ads are not a new concept, it’s recently become a very popular way to build an email list of red-hot leads.
Why has it become so popular?
Because it’s one of the fastest way to get traffic into your sales funnel. Sure, you could build your list for free using traffic means like SEO, but that involves quite a bit or work and it takes time, often more time that we want. While some traffic methods might be free as far as cost, it’s still going to cost you your time. What is your time worth to you?
Here’s where solo ads come in handy…
For almost as long as email has been around, there have been newsletter owners who sell ad space in the newsletter emails they send to their list. It is also referred to as ezine ads. The only downside to this advertising option is that often your ad was not the only ad and your ad is also mixed in with the content of the newsletter issue. While it’s still a very viable way to get new subscribers, it is not as focused.
With solo ads, your ad is the only thing sent to the list. Hence the term.
The Solo Ad Vendors are “email list owners” and they charge you PER CLICK to send traffic to your pages using their email lists (using email broadcasts).
The markets you can normally find Solo Ad vendors for are:
- Biz Op and Make Money Online
- Internet Marketing
- Health & Diet
- Personal Development
This is very powerful. Think about it, you can find someone who may have a 50,000 subscriber email list of prospects in the “fitness” niche. You can leverage this person and send an email, aka “solo ad” to his list.
How much you pay is based on how many clicks you want in return to click on your offer. In most cases, you can find leads in the internet marketing niche from as low as .35 cents all the way up to a dollar. Usually, you will buy a package of clicks for example 100 clicks, 300 clicks, etc.
In the Solo Ad email, the prospect will click on your link and get directed to your offer or landing page.
The goal here is for the prospect to “opt-in” to your offer, so having a well-designed and converting squeeze page and welcome email is CRUCIAL, or your basically wasting money on the traffic you are buying from Solo Ads if you aren’t converting them.
As you can see, everything is focused on your ad and only your ad. All eyes are on your offer. There is nothing to distract the subscriber, their only choices are to click the link and check out your offer or close out the email.
Besides getting your ad in front of another marketer’s subscribers, there is another, and I believe a more powerful aspect to solo ads, and that is the fact that when a marketer sends your ad out, they are in essence endorsing you and your offer.
This of course can and should build trust between you and the solo ad providers subscribers. As you might have already guessed, this should also give your offer a better conversion rate.
For new marketers this could enhance their reputation, or even build their reputation if they are brand new.
Not to mention, build them a list fairly quickly.
Think about this, if you have the money to invest, you could have a list tomorrow, not weeks or months from now. You could be promoting to your new list tomorrow and making money, not weeks or months from now.
That’s it’ for the intro, let’s get to the good stuff…
Solo Ads Vs Social Media Traffic
If you promote any business opportunities and make money online offers, you will want to pay attention because this will save you headache.
The problem with most paid traffic platform out there is that they certainly don’t like any make money online, biz op, forex, cryptocurrency other type offers. If you take a traffic source like Facebook or Google Adwords for example, if you promote anything remotely close to work from business opportunity or home type offers, your Ad account will get shut down in no time.
I’ve seen it happen to unsuspecting marketers for not reading the terms of services of some of the Social Media platforms. That’s a big no-no and rookie mistake.
PLUS let’s just say for some reason you’re able to get clever and get Facebook to approve your ads.
Many of the people clicking your ads may not even take action or opt-in to your squeeze page. And even if they did, they may not take up the paid offers in your follow ups. Even worse, some of these people may flag your ad or respond negatively, which will cause your account get noticed and banned even quicker.
The same goes for trying to poach leads from Facebook groups. The days of trying to create fake accounts and post your offers in Facebook groups…are gone and using these methods will only get you booted from the group immediately after you post. Why waste your time and effort?
The reason why solo ads work so well is because the people in these lists are responsive to make money online type offers. Even better, you don’t have the same restrictions as trying to advertise on social media.
Tools of the Trade
Most of what follows is probably obvious, but we’ll cover all the bases just in case.
Here’s what you need to make the most of solo ads:
Squeeze Page – Of course you need a way to collect email addresses and this is the necessary component of having an Automated Sales Funnel.
My favorite tool ClickFunnels is an online sales funnel page builder that makes setup and everything else a breeze.
The squeeze page’s only goal in the sales funnel is to encourage visitors to enter their email address. One important thing to remember, a pretty squeeze page does not always convert better than an ugly one. You cannot go by how fancy it looks. Actually, often a butt-ugly page will outperform a guru style lead page. Just something to keep in mind.
ClickFunnels allows you to setup a “split-test” in a matter of seconds between two variations of the same page, so you can easily pick the one that is converting the best and stretch your advertising dollars.
Even better, ClickFunnels comes with a Free 14-day trial so you can test-drive the service. It comes in two monthly payment options; one as a funnel builder only, and the other plan includes a built-in autoresponder and way more than just that.
Autoresponder Service – One of the most important parts of the list-building machine and one you should give a great deal of thought, as using the best service can make a huge difference. The Autoresponder is responsible for sending all your emails out, completely automated as new subscribers sign up. If you are just getting started out, I’d suggest ActiveCampaign for your Autoresponder service.
They have an easy to use system that is super affordable and is affiliate friendly. It also comes with a Free 30-day trial.
Alternatively, if you want to keep everything in one system and that is top notch when it comes to being affiliate friendly, ClickFunnels also a built-in autoresponder called Actionetics.
This is NOT the place to be “cheap” with. This is a business, and such, it takes an investment. I personally would flip burgers if I needed to, to pay for my business tools, such as an autoresponder. It’s that important.
Tracking Software – To increase your success with listbuilding, you need to track what you’re doing, so you know what’s working and what is not working. This is even more important with solo ads because you have money on the line. Not to mention that all solo ads are not equal. You’ll have some solo’s that kill it and others that are dead.
The #1 tool on the market for tracking your solo ad link is ClickMagick. It’s super easy to use and comes with some of the best training videos on the market to get you setup in less than 15 minutes. It also comes with a Free 14-day trial.
My ClickMagick Dashboard
With proper tracking, you can weed out the poorly performing solo ads. Just as important, with tracking you can see which provider is good and buy more ads from them, like I will be doing with the campaign above.
NOTE: I have to highlight this in red because IT’S SO IMPORTANT! If you are running any type of paid ads and not tracking your links…you are literally wasting your money because you have no idea what is working and what isn’t. Don’t run anymore paid ads until you setup ClickMagick! (This even goes for if your using Facebook Ads)
The Invisible Sales Machine
This is where an Automated Sales Funnel comes into play with the Solo Ad traffic system. Having this setup is truly like having an invisible sales machine that works for you 24/7.
Having a converting sales funnel can reduce or eliminate the costs of your solo ads. In some cases, you could even break even or make a little profit on the front end with the method I’m showing you below.
Solo Ad Traffic > Squeeze Page > One Time Offer > Automatic Follow-Up Emails
There could be so many variations and how you set it up depends on how aggressive you want to get. It depends on if your main goal is to build a list, make money or something in between. Also, depends of if you are selling your own product, or someone else’s.
The key here is in the follow up emails and the offer itself.
- A Squeeze page/opt-in page to capture leads
- An Autoresponder to collect the email leads
- A one-time offer (OTO) offer right after they opt-in
- If you don’t have a OTO right now, you can also send them to a Thank You Page monetized with affiliate or other offers
- A Welcome Email with ongoing follow-up emails (I recommend at least 7-day follow-up to start)
Here are some rules of thumb you could use to give you the best chance of creating sales funnels that convert with a OTO and your solo ad traffic.
Tightly Related Offer – This should be common sense, but your OTO or advertisements on thank you pages should be as closely related to the main give-away as possible. If your free give-away is about how to lose 7 pounds in a week, a good OTO could be your pre-recorded live training video exercises.
Adds To – Another way to create a high converting funnel, is to offer something that adds to your main give-away. Say your free give-away is about “How to Grow Your Instagram Page to 10,000 Followers in 30 days”…your OTO can be something like a cheat sheet of the top performing hashtags for viral traffic.
Price – The price of your OTO can be a big factor as to whether it converts or not. Usually the best practice is to offer a product or service that is low-ticket. Items priced at $7 or less normally do better. Think about it, these people probably don’t know you yet, so pushing a high-priced product or service might be a tough sell.
As I’ve said, these are generalities. Testing is the key to see what converts best for you and your offer.
How to Buy Your First Solo Ad
If you never bought a solo ad before, or are just hearing of them, buying your first solo can seem like a daunting task at first. Let me assure you it’s not, and once you start, it’s very will be very easy to see how this is the missing link to your fast profits.
In this chapter, I’m going to give you an easy-to-follow 8 step guide to assist you into the world of buying solo ads.
1) Offer Selection
What site or offer are you going to be sending people to? That’s the first thing you need to know. Is it your own site, or another affiliate product? If it’s someone else’s product, do you know if other people are making sales with it? Have you tried the product and can vouch for it? These are the kinds of questions you should be asking yourself.
Look for a well-established company with good testimonials. Never be afraid to ask around reputation, and never throw your money at something that you wouldn’t feel good about putting your name on.
2) Autoresponder Set Up
You’ll need to create a new list in your autoresponder then get the html code to put on your squeeze page If this sounds complicated don’t worry! You can always find the help files for your autoresponder.
Go through the process of creating your sign-up form, making sure to save it every step of the way.
Which leads me next to…
3) Squeeze Page Setup
The idea of a squeeze page is to quickly pull you visitors into entering their email so they move onto the next page (your OTO, affiliate offer or thank you page). If they have to read half a page of text, enter data into a million different text fields, or your email opt-in box is way down the bottom of the page – you are going to lose them, and fast.
For me, an attention-grabbing headline up top, with a sub-headline of benefits followed by 2 step opt-form has always worked best, and got me a higher opt-in percentages.
4) Tracking Your Solo Ad Buys
As you get into buying solo ads, you will absolutely need some tracking software like I mentioned in the previous chapter. I mean, when I say this is required, I am 100% serious!!!
If you’re not tracking what you spend, and how much you make, you basically have no way to know if your making money and how/if you should scale up…aka, wasting your money!
Tracking ensures you can see who is sending you good (or poor!) quality traffic, how well it converts into opt-ins / sales, and where it’s coming from.
What will you need to track?
By using a tracking tool like ClickMagick, you can track a few important things:
– Total number of clicks received
Don’t settle for an inefficient tool like Histats to do your tracking, or even Google Analytics, to see how many clicks are coming into your squeeze page. Once you start making multiple solo ad buys at the same time, which you will… things get confusing, and fast.
Using a proper tracking tool helps nail this down and shows you who is sending exactly how many clicks to your squeeze page.
– Opt-in % of each solo
To get your opt-in% from a solo ad, once it has finished – divide the # of clicks bought by # of opt-ins received.
Example: If you buy 200 clicks from someone, and after the traffic has gone thru your squeeze page, 100 people have subscribed to your list – then the opt-in% on that particular solo ad is 50%. (100 / 200 = 0.50)
The higher the quality of a seller’s traffic, the better your opt-in% should be. It’s worth noting that squeeze page design is of course important as well.
– CPA or Cost Per Action
When deciding whether a solo ad run was a success, the most important ClickMagick stat is CPA (cost per email subscriber). This stat is effectively telling you how much it’s costing you per subscriber.
Anything less than $2 is awesome. With this run above, I’m paying less than $1.25 for a qualified lead! Anything over $2.00 is generally a no-go for me.
– Quality of traffic
Last on the list but definitely not least – without a tracking tool, you won’t have a clue where your traffic is coming from.
As I will discuss in later chapters, with all these scammers out here – being able to track and check the quality of incoming solo ads is all important.
A tracking tool will give you a breakdown of which countries your traffic is coming from – which in the solo ads world is all about Tier 1 Traffic.
Tier 1 traffic comes from the ‘top 5′ countries – which are Australia, Canada, Great Britain, New Zealand and The United States.
In your tracking tool, these are identified by country codes as follows: AU,CA,GB,NZ,US
Pretty much all solo ad sellers will advertise their click packages with a certain % of Tier 1, or ‘T1′ traffic.
The norm for solo ad sellers is 70-75% tier 1 traffic, but if you shop around it’s possible to pay more and get a higher percentage if you like. 80%, 90% and even 100% tier 1 traffic packages are available from certain sellers.
Don’t let what word “tracking” scare you! Believe me, its not that difficult to understand.
You put the URL of your squeeze page into the tracking software, which then spits out a link that will look something like this:
When you buy a solo ad, the seller will need this tracking link from you so they know where to send your traffic.
In addition to providing the necessary tracking links for each solo ad buy, the tracking software will provide scripts will give you a tracking cookie to put in the html of your thank you page.
If you need help with understanding tracking more in detail, check out the 1-Hour Guide To Click Tracking For Entrepreneurs provided by ClickMagick, completely Free!
With a tool like ClickMagick in place in place, you can see which sellers are sending you the best quality traffic and track your conversion rates and sales!
5) Test Your Funnel Before You Buy!
Don’t make the mistake many others (including myself) have made before. Test EVERYTHING you have put together BEFORE you buy any clicks!
How bad would it be if you paid for a solo ad, only to find that your tracking link was broke or if the page looked horrible on mobile?
Make sure your squeeze page works: on your computer, and your tablet or cell phone. Ask a buddy to view the page, see that it works ok their end. Don’t rely on just one internet browser, try a few out (Chrome, Firefox, Safari). Different browsers can display pages differently.
Same for mobile browsers across iPhone and Android.
As nice as your squeeze page looks on your own computer, someone else’s experience on a different screen resolution or platform may vary.
You can also use this site MobileTest.me to help for mobile device viewing of your page.
Does everything work as it should? Are leads being added to your autoresponder? Are you directed to the correct page after opt-in? Is your welcome email being sent to your subscribers?
If the answer to all these questions is ‘yes’ then fine – pat yourself on the back and start slowly buying clicks.
If not – go back and make the required changes then re-test. Always make sure 100% of your set up works before spending any money on solo ads. Don’t waste your money!
6) Buying Clicks
Now that you’re set up to buy clicks – where do you go to get them?
I highly suggest you start with the Solo Ad marketplace Udimi.
Take your time, look around, and browse the different buyers / click packages on offer. Always make sure to check seller’s reputations and testimonials before laying out any of your hard-earned cash.
If you have any questions just send the potential seller an email or hit them up on Facebook. They should get back to your promptly – and if they don’t you should maybe ask yourself some more questions about buying from them in the first place.
A good seller should be responsive and answer your questions. Some of the best sellers I’ve had even provided feedback to the squeeze page and gave suggestions for a higher opt-in rate.
Once you are ready, then just place an order with a seller. I always suggest starting with a 100 Click Test.
Usually, the seller will write the ad copy for you, and all you need to provide is the tracking link.
If you want to use your own email, ask the seller and they may let you.
7) Automatic Follow-Up Sequence
The fortune is in the follow-up.
Once someone opts into your list, they should be ‘followed up’ with a sequence of emails that goes out automatically over a set period of time. You can set this to whatever you like.
For most offers, I usually build at least a minimum of 7 days for follow-up.
You want to build that relationship with people who are new to your business or offer.
Most people never buy things the first time, so you have to keep introducing the offer to them in a useful way to move them to take action and make a purchase.
Email follow-up sequences allow you to do that automatically.
8) Analyzing Your Results
This is probably the most important step, because it will help you decide where to go next.
Also, let me take some time for some “expectation setting” with you.
Don’t expect a 70% opt-in on your squeeze pages at first, or hundreds of dollars in sales in your first outing.
It’s all a learning and most importantly, testing process, and indeed why I suggest starting slow when you begin to buy clicks.
If opt-in% on your squeeze page seems low (sub 20-25%) then try tweaking the copy (text). A simple page change such as button color can make all the difference. I saw a 10% increase once just from switching a button color from red to blue!
Get online and check out as many squeeze pages as you can.
Check out what your competitors and see what other people are doing and if you think you can ‘borrow’ anything from them that would benefit your page by all means go ahead and alter it.
Things might seem tough at first, and you will most likely burn through a bit of money as you work your way up.
This is normal and nothing to get bothered about. We were all there once. Be prepared to learn, tweak, test and change, and before long you will feel a lot more comfortable with buying solo ads.
Keep the results of your solo ads in a spreadsheet and over time you will be able to tell at a glance which sellers are best. If someone’s traffic does well for you, keep buying from there every week as you scale up.
Now that you have an idea of the buying process for your first solo ad, let’s talk about the 100 Click Formula you can use as a framework to kick off traffic to any new offer.
100 Click Test Formula
I always recommend frequently testing out new solo ad vendors with a 100 click test run. This 100 click test formula is the starting point for any successful long-term solo ad campaign.
Be willing to lose money on the test runs, in order to gain valuable data in ClickMagick and to find vendors that you can build great relationship with and literally always have a source of traffic on-demand.
But how do you know whether a test run was successful or not?
Should you scale up to more clicks or not buy any more from them?
I’m going to teach you with a real-life example.
This is a screenshot of my ClickMagick stats with a new vendor on Facebook that I did a test run with last week.
Based on the data, I’ve decided to scale up from this vendor to 300 clicks.
Here’s the factors that went into that decision. I’ll touch on a few baselines I use to help me make buying decisions that you can use also as a starting point.
– They over delivered by 41 clicks, that’s good! Sometimes, vendors will greatly over delivery for first time buyers. Usually by 10 or 15, so an over delivery of 41 clicks is awesome.
– 42.6% Opt-in rate is pretty good. This landing page has converted before on average at 40% historically, so this is actually above that. Anything less than 25% is normally a red-flag for me.
– $0.82 cost per email Opt-in (CPA) is way below my general targeted price of $2/email Opt-in. Anything less than $2 is awesome. With this run, I’m paying less than $1.00 for a qualified lead! Anything over $2.00 is generally a no-go for me.
– The traffic quality score of 81 – It meets my bare minimum traffic quality score threshold of 80.
– 8 Tier 3 clicks – Tier 3 clicks are essentially worthless for most things that you would promote via solo ads. They are usually from smaller or less economically developed countries for online spending. He gave me 133 clicks that were of a Tier 2 quality or higher. This was for an order of 100% tier one clicks, so even with the tier 3 clicks, the order was more than fulfilled.
Note: Tier 1 is the best and visitors are mostly from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand.
– 70% mobile clicks – this is the negative factor that I’m giving only a small weight to, but I’ll still call it out. It’s been found that for some reason, people are more likely to opt-in to an email list or make a purchase when on a desktop device. For that reason, desktop clicks solo are worth more usually, and are more likely to be in a place where they could whip their credit card out. I prefer having no more than 65% mobile clicks on a test run, but not meeting this metric is usually not a deal breaker for me.
After carefully weighing the positive and negative factors above, I’ve reached a decision to scale up traffic from this vendor. The formula for tests here on out are:
100 click test > 200 > 500 > 1000+
Evaluate your results after each new test run and keep scaling up if everything meets your criteria. With enough data, you will be able to predicable scale up and have a general idea of your ROI based on how much you can afford to spend of traffic.
If a vendor has too many negatives about some of my deal breakers above, I will usually refrain from buying further traffic and try a new vendor with a new 100 click test.
Reinvesting For A Constant Traffic Flow
In this section I am going to talk about how to double and even triple the size of your list.
The quickest and easiest way to greatly increase the size of your list is to re-invest. If you have a sales funnel that converts and makes you money when using solo ads, this is the perfect vehicle to propel your listbuilding efforts.
Problem is, many marketers get caught up in the money. When it starts coming in, even in small amounts, they want to use it for other things, or usually spend it.
Successful marketers are the ones who take every penny they make using solo ads and re-invest it into buying more solo ads. Yes, it seems like common sense, but so many fail to grasp this important concept.
Think about it this way…
Do you want a few bucks here and there now?
Or would you rather wait and have a list that makes you $1,000 – $5,000 extra dollars or more per month? Would it be worth the wait? Of course, it would. For some people it would even be worth being broke for a few months, even a year.
Wait 6 months to a year, and you won’t have to worry about money ever again?
Okay, enough preaching, something to think about.
Even More Important…
While I’ve talked about it, I must repeat it, everything in your system should ALWAYS be in test mode. There is always room for improvement and it’s in your best interest to get what you can from solo ads.
This is where marketers build a list and make money, or where they fail. Seems testing is scary for many people, so many of them don’t do it.
As they say, your leaving money on the table if you don’t test everything. And don’t get comfortable or think it’s good enough. As I said, everything can be improved.
You also must not get discouraged. When you first get started, your squeeze page may not convert well, or your sales funnel may not make any sales. When that happens, most people give up, or say it doesn’t work. They take the easy way out.
Staying Consistent With Your Leads
So, your building a list. It’s growing each day. Your picking up solo ads and they are putting new subscribers on your list.
Now, don’t make the mistake so many people make, and that is not keeping in contact with your subscribers.
I know it seems like common sense, but I see so many marketers make the same mistake, time and time again… they don’t keep in contact with the list members.
From experience I can tell you, your subscribers have a short attention span and it doesn’t take long for them to forget who you are, or to forget your name.
I know because I’ve had lists that I did not contact often enough and they become almost non-responsive. Of course, a non-responsive list has very little potential.
How you mail your list is up to you, but you need to mail them. So, people are afraid to email their list, it’s like they think they will bug them or something. Granted promotion after promotion or multiple sales emails each day will strain your list and increase unsubscribes.
A good route is to send one email each day. To preserve your list, it is also best to send a mix of content (something useful) and promotional emails. If all your doing is selling, you’ll burn out your list and you will always need to add even more subscribers to your list. There are marketers that use the “churn and burn” method, but it’s a model that is short lived.
How to Avoid Traffic Scams
This is probably of the most important chapters in this report.
Many newbies and even veteran marketers get scammed buying solo ads. In my years of marketing I’ve came across a ton of solo ad scams.
I’ve had many close friends and students in the past fall for all sorts of scam traffic. Unfortunately, because of the appeal of these scammers and “too good to be true” guarantees from some of these rotten eggs.
Here are a few tips and points to keep in mind before buying solo ads.
1) There is absolutely, positively no such thing as GUARANTEED SALES. Any solo ad vendor that PROMISES SALES is something you should worry about and should immediately set off your Spidey sense.
2) If the solo ad vendor is persistent and keeps messaging you on Skype, LinkedIn, Facebook or even emails out the blue…this is usually a red flag. If the solo ad vendor has good traffic why would he/she chase you for traffic? Good solo ad vendors are usually booked days and weeks ahead. I would suggest to avoid these solo ad vendors completely.
3) When in doubt, always ask for recommendations from other solo ad buyers or marketers you trust. If you’re in the internet marketing scene and hang out in groups or forums and know a number of people who buy solo ad regularly, I would recommend asking around before you just buy on blind faith.
4) If buying solo ads from a private seller, don’t always take testimonials on sites at face value. Screenshots of earnings and testimonials are easily faked, instead always buy through groups especially if you’re dealing with the vendor for the first time. One of the best places to find real and active testimonials is this group on Facebook.
5) The average LOWEST click price you’ll find is $0.30 per click, any lower than that, this is usually a red flag. I’ve seen scammers sell thousands of clicks for like $0.05 per click which doesn’t make sense at all. If the clicks were so good why would he/she sell at that price in the first place? If starting out, try to stay in the $0.35 – $0.55 range. (although, I’ve bought up as high as $1.00 a click for premium USA only traffic).
6) Learn how to read your “Traffic Quality Score”. This is one of the best features in ClickMagicks. Using this score, you can see report card on if the seller was able to actually deliver on claims about their traffic.
Another new trend is to use attractive female profile pictures to add you as a friend to engage in solo ad traffic deal. HUGE RED FLAG. Many of these profiles won’t have friends or just use what appears to be “stock” photos in all their pictures.
Remember…if it’s sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Your ultimate goal is to create a profitable business where you can constantly buy clicks via Solo Ads, send them through your funnel and make a nice profit. This is the exact process top marketers use to repel scammers and build an ever-growing database of subscribers, where you can market to your list over and over again.
Congratulations on making through this article! I truly hope you have been able to receive value from this guide but most importantly it is my deepest desire that you take what you have learned and start taking massive action. If you choose to do nothing, the information you just went through is practically worthless.
You deserve to build a business you love, and the proven traffic and lead generation strategies I have covered in this guide can give you the opportunity to do just that.
I look forward to your success!
Hello! I’m Marquiste Boyce and the Founder of Side Hustle Mentor.
I help new entrepreneurs grow their business using marketing automation and sales funnels, without being overwhelmed by technology.