If you have ever tried marketing your online business you have probably wasted a lot of money on many different avenues that others promised would work, such as Google ads, Bing ads, Facebook ads, bulk emails for rotating ads. None of these are as cost effective as solo ads. Solo ads are advertisements where you create the subject (or title), body (or content that you want to say to the potential customer) and URL (or link to your site or affiliate offer you are promoting).
In this course you will learn not just the basics but the advanced techniques for utilizing the best and most cost effective way to drive massive traffic to your website. Solo ads are by far the best way to drive traffic, but nobody tells you how to do it effectively without wasting money, well we will in this 9 video segment course.
You will learn the professional tactics and techniques that I use every day in my successful solo ads business. So you too will be able to build a successful solo ads business.
By using the solo ads business techniques you will learn in this course, you will have the ability to earn money online without investing and without having a website , list or product.
These strategies can be implemented in the next couple of hours and your first dollars will come very soon. You will now how to choose the right publisher, set up email blast, use safe swaps, and all the right step by step methods top be successful.
This video is going to explain the best way to optimize your Google Chrome browser in order to be able to identify the ideal publishers.
Tagging along with the advice given in the previous video, here you’ll get the info on two easy add-ons you should install in order to find any website that’s related to your specific niche and you’ll also see how it helps locating sites similar to yours and finding potential publishers.
Here we’ll demonstrate the power of Safe Swaps portal and just how useful it is once you consider the amount of traffic it can provide, along with the high quality that’s guaranteed to secure a better conversion rate down the road.
A little organization never hurt nobody, and you should give it a try also. If you keep everything neatly organized, you’ll be able to easily get to the best advertising option and the bonus template I’m including here is sure going to help you.
Once you have everything covered and nicely organized, you have to compose the actual email you’re sending to the vendor’s subscribers list. The key is in simplicity, but it also has to be structured well and I’m going to give you all the info you need to craft an ideal email.
In this video, I’m going to explain the concept of ‘split testing’, which is a tactic that’s going to provide you with the best Solo Ads formula that could work for you and I’ll also talk some more on sweetening the deal with the publishers.
Timing and scheduling are everything, so make sure you pay attention when we cover this and I’ll also explain what you should do to follow up on the campaign with the publisher.
Lastly, I’m going to give you a quick summary of everything we’ve covered in this course and I’ll stress once again the really important issues you need to pay attention to.
Hello, my Name is Ken Rudd, and I am the Director of Sales for a fortune 500 company located here in North America. For the past 25 years I have spent most of my time in the real world of business developing customer relationships, driving revenue growth, and improving profits. Track record identifying sales opportunities and converting prospects into satisfied clients. Skilled at conducting successful client negotiations and developing lucrative new sales territories.
That was the real world, now I am taking those lessons that I learned and applying them to the world of affiliate marketing. I did this in the beginning for only myself and was quite successful, so much so that people started asking me how I did it. That is why I developed this course and a couple of others to get people pointed in the right direction and profit from my experiences.
I have a masters degree in business and marketing and teach sales and sales management as part of my current position. I am also an instructor at several trade schools.