In this video, I am going to show you how to avoid solo ads that don’t work and what to look out for when it comes to fraudulent vendors.
Have you ever bought solo ads and realized that you didn’t get the results you expected to? Do you have a bad taste in your mouth about Solo Ads?
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How To Avoid Solo Ads That Don’t Work Video Recap & Tips
I want to share with you some helpful tips on how to know which solo ads do convert and which ones don’t. Â There are some really great solo ad vendors out there that really help you out with support and give you a great deal but then there are the “bad eggs” that try to tarnish the solo ad industry by doing things unethicallyÂ such as copy and pasting other customers testimonials and using them for their own use.
Understand this type of marketing is unacceptable and it destroys the credibility of the individual solo ad vendor listing them to the market as “Do Not Buy From This Solo Ad Vendor” list. Â This is why I am apart of a few closed Facebook Groups that is specifically for buying and selling solo ads.
The solo ad group I am a member of is called Solo Ads Sales Testimonials which I don’t mind sharing my secrets with you guys especially since I know it will help you out.
If you watch me scroll down to the bottom of the group page I want you to pay attention to the message by one of the updates by a member who is warning the solo ads industry of another member who is ripping people’s testimonials and using them to make it look like their solo ads business is real when it’s not.
That’s another reason why I like this group because we look out for each other here.
So how do you choose a solo ad vendor?
Whenever you buy a solo ad from a vendor I highly recommend when you’re just getting started to stay at the $50 level only because you want to test first.
I do this because at that level for that many clicks it’s a great way to run a test before you scale it up and buy more than 100 clicks.
How To Avoid Solo Ads that Don’t Convert | Final Thoughts
Again, it all depends on your level of solo ad experience so beginners I recommend start around the $50 just to get your feet wet and test.
You won’t know which one is good until your test results show which vendor is sending you good traffic versus bad traffic.
I trust you enjoyed and learned something about solo ads and if you have any questions post them in the comments below.
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