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    I need a list of the best solo ad places to advertise. I also need to know if they are effective or are there other more efficient ways to promote my links? I DON'T need someone who will tell me THEIR list so they can make money from their affiliate links. I NEED a TRUE list of what works best from experienced marketers who want to help. I don't have the time or money to waste on sites that just make someone else money.

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    I don't use solo ads or do much paid advertising anymore.

    I blog, participate a lot in social media and have written guest posts. Those are my top promotion ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbee View Post
    I need a list of the best solo ad places to advertise. I also need to know if they are effective or are there other more efficient ways to promote my links? I DON'T need someone who will tell me THEIR list so they can make money from their affiliate links. I NEED a TRUE list of what works best from experienced marketers who want to help. I don't have the time or money to waste on sites that just make someone else money.
    I use Safe-Swaps (I think you may get a discount if you go through my link). They have a free membership with limited access, but I use their paid service. Basically, they have a big database of people who buy, sell or swap email ads. I only buy since I don't want to have anyone else's email going to my list unless I'm promoting an affiliate offer.

    I don't think this type of list-building works well in businesses that are not IM-related, but I'm not sure. I know that Tony Shepherd uses solos almost exclusively now for driving traffic.

    The trick is to look carefully at the feedback that each person has received. Tony also recommends buying smaller ads (they go by number of clicks) since most sellers overdeliver, so you get more for your money that way. Also, it's a good way to test someone out.

    The other trick is to test everything, and have a good free offer with an even better backend offer that can pay for the ad with just a few sales.

    I'm not doing a great job of testing right now, but I'm still in the early stages. That said, I've added at least 200 subscribers to my list in the last month that were just from solos. Not many unsubscribes either, which seems counterintuitive. It's tough for me to tell how many of these have become customers though because people use different emails for subscriptions vs. PayPal.

    If you find out any other good info, I'd love to hear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssheldon View Post
    I use Safe-Swaps (I think you may get a discount if you go through my link). They have a free membership with limited access, but I use their paid service. Basically, they have a big database of people who buy, sell or swap email ads. I only buy since I don't want to have anyone else's email going to my list unless I'm promoting an affiliate offer.

    I don't think this type of list-building works well in businesses that are not IM-related, but I'm not sure. I know that Tony Shepherd uses solos almost exclusively now for driving traffic.

    The trick is to look carefully at the feedback that each person has received. Tony also recommends buying smaller ads (they go by number of clicks) since most sellers overdeliver, so you get more for your money that way. Also, it's a good way to test someone out.

    The other trick is to test everything, and have a good free offer with an even better backend offer that can pay for the ad with just a few sales.

    I'm not doing a great job of testing right now, but I'm still in the early stages. That said, I've added at least 200 subscribers to my list in the last month that were just from solos. Not many unsubscribes either, which seems counterintuitive. It's tough for me to tell how many of these have become customers though because people use different emails for subscriptions vs. PayPal.

    If you find out any other good info, I'd love to hear!
    Thanks so much for the info...sounds good

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