More than likely you already know solo ads are a great way to get more leads, and sales to your offers…
The question is where the heck can you find the buyers list solo ads?
Well you’re in for an awesome treat today because I’ve put together a post that will guide you to the leads you want.
The best way to maximize your solo ad campaign is to make sure you are building your own list.
You want to make sure you are building your own list of buyers, and leads.
It’s building your very own business asset.
It’s like a restaurant that invests in great equipment, they have a business asset.
Well a list is your asset, so make sure you do what it takes to build a good one.
The fact of the matter is that no matter what source of traffic you pick to use, if other people are having success with that same traffic source, you can too.
It just comes down to learning the skills necessary in order to do so.
With solo ads, there are 3 primary things for you to focus on executing upon, if you want to create a solid ROI, virtually guaranteed…
- The vendor selection process (to ensure you get good traffic)
- The swipe copy formula (to ensure that you DON’T attract “freebie seekers”)
- Knowing what and how to track your solo ads (so you know when you’re winning and when you’re losing).
When you select the right vendors in order to ensure that you get high quality traffic, write your own swipe copy which attracts high quality leads vs. freebie seekers, and when track your ads in order to know when you’re winning and when you’re losing…
It’s hard to go wrong.
And when you do go wrong, you can immediately straighten your sail and get back on track.
Here’s the deal:
If you want solo ads that really make an impact on your business, then you need to choose a solo ad provider that has a proven track record.
Don’t waste your time testing a bunch of providers whose list are not making sales…
Don’t let price be your only driving factor…
If you think it’s expensive to hire a solo ad professional with a big buyers list,
Then try hiring a solo ad provider on the cheap that gets you clicks, but no sales or leads….
That’s way more expensive in my opinion.
Don’t cheat yourself, use a solo ad provider that cares about you and your results.
Still have questions about buyers list solo ads? Contact me anytime!