My Traffic Secret – Revealed
I’ve mentioned in previous posts that traffic is one of those subjects that dominates most marketer’s thinking.
A high percentage of the emails that we get and launches that are made are about traffic. When you think about it that’s not really a surprise. After all unless people get to your website and see your offer you are not going to make sales and not going to make any money.
So when it comes to traffic there are those that are only interested in free traffic and those that are able to and prepared to pay for traffic.
There are plenty of options for both types. The main difference between the two is whether you have more time than money or the other way around.
If you are short of cash, which many people starting out are, but have some free time or can make time then free methods are the way to go.
If on the other hand, you have some money to invest in your business but are short on time then paying for traffic can the most effective way to scale your business.
I actually use some of both in my business but paid traffic is the fastest way to test out an offer and the surest way of getting guaranteed results in your business.
There is no limit to the amount of traffic you can buy and for me solo ads is still among the best ways to get paid traffic to my offers.
I’m just putting the finishing touches to my first physical book (it’ll be Kindle and paperback in fact) which is entitled ‘Going Solo’ and is all about solo ads.
The book covers;
- What are solo ads?
- Solo ad stats
- Where to buy solo ads
- Choosing a solo ad seller
- Picking a winning seller
- Doing your due diligence
- Running a solo ad campaign
- Monitoring your results
- Making your solo ads pay for themselves
- ..and maybe a few other topics when I review the content
I expect the book to be complete and ready to sell in less than 2 weeks now. As a special gift for my readers I’ll be giving some free copies away. If you would like get a copy when it’s ready leave me a comment below.
That’s it for this time. Don’t forget to leave me a comment below and as usual if you have any questions that you’d like a private answer to, create a support ticket at my helpdesk here.