Question 1: What kind of offers converts the best with solo ads?
All offers convert the best! In truth, all product offers such as make money online, internet marketing, affiliate marketing, health and business opportunity niches convert with solo ads.
What really matters most is how the traffic is designed by the solo ad vendor to deliver traffic to a specific product offer.
I even have proof to justify this. I researched and applied my own “secret” with regards to convert with solo ads; apologies I can’t go into detail as this “secret” is only reserved for my students.
Question 2: What is better when it comes to getting conversions? Mixed Clicks, Pure Solos, Tier 1 only Solo Ads or something else?
As mentioned above, the design of traffic delivery by the solo ad vendor plays an important role. It is highly important to try a small amount of all click types from various vendors.
Customers’ product offers sales page or funnel also plays a big part in this. Nevertheless, being a customer of buying clicks myself, to be on the safe side, Mixed Clicks is highly preferred.
Question 3: How are solo ads different from FB Ads? Which is better according to you?
Facebook ads are mainly designed and catered to convert with businesses which are selling services or products to end consumers.
However, solo ads work well for both business consumers and end consumers. It really depends on the nature of business for Solo Ads and FB Ads to convert. For example, FB ads work well with Nike to sell shoes to people.
On the other hand, products and services from making money online, internet marketing, affiliate marketing, health and business opportunity works well with Solo Ads.
Question 4: What is the #1 solo ad buying hack that you can tell us?(Since most of the readers are going to be buyers of solo ads).
To Here are some “hacks” I can suggest:
(1) Try buying different type of clicks – Funnel, Mixed or Pure Solo Clicks.
(2) Buy clicks from various solo ad vendors.
(3) Do track and observe which type of click and from which solo ads vendor converts.
(4) Continue buying clicks from the vendor.
(5) Trying changing and improving your funnel or sales page till you see more sale conversions.
Before delivering solo ads, I will usually coordinate and strategize closely with my customers in order for them to get sales. This is mine value-added service that makes customers work with me for a long term.
Question 5: What is the biggest mistake people make while buying solo ads?
With years of experience and observation, I noticed these mistakes:
(1) People buy clicks from solo vendors who were being approached to buy their traffic. These vendors are usually selling low-quality solo ads thus they have no repeat customers or people wanting to buy from them.
(2) People make mistakes by not connecting and networking with people in the industry.
Therefore, they are prone to buy low quality solo ads and even bots! Do socialize and communicate with people to get updated information about the industry.
(3) “Good things are not cheap and cheap things are not good.” People tend to buy cheap solo ads and hoping to get good conversion. If the quality of traffic is good, solo vendors will not sell cheap. So, stay away from cheap solo ads.
(4) People tend to disregard doing research. You need to research the right product offer, solo ads click type, solo vendor, and your funnel.
The right proper alignment to these factors will give you a high probability of sales conversion.
Question 6: What are the opt-in and conversion rates can be expected from a solo ad run?
Opt-in and conversion rates are subjective and there is no definite figure. Many factors play a part and these factors must have an efficient alignment for high opt-in and conversion rates.
From my past results of solo ads to my customers, these are usually the expected range figures:
(1) Funnel Clicks:
(a) Opt-In : 60% – 90%
(b) Sales Conversion: 5% – 15%
(2) Mixed Clicks:
(a) Opt-In: 50% to 75%
(b) Sales Conversion: 10% – 30%
(3) Pure Solo Clicks:
(a) Opt-In: 30% to 70%
(b) Sales Conversion: 20% to 40%
Question 7: How should the follow-up sequence be? 1 email per day? Value Driven? Pure Push Marketing Emails? or something else?
Follow up sequence should be 1 email per day during the initial stage. You wouldn’t want to bombard your leads with tons of email when they just get to know you.
Your leads have what I call a ‘customer lifecycle’; at different stage cycle of your leads, different email contents should be crafted to be likable to them.
I follow closely a marketing theory known as ‘KLT’ which always work excellently with me. KLT means know, like and trust. Once your leads trust you, it will be easy for you to see sales. I have ever made a USD $2,500 sales from solo ads.
Question 8: What are the top 5 products/services that you just can’t run your business without?
(1) Siteground Hosting – The cheapest, best customer support & fastest hosting server.
(2) Instabuilder – The most user-friendly website builder in solo industry.
(3) ClickMagick – An accurate tracking tool for your traffic.
(4) Namecheap – The cheapest domains you can buy.
(5) ClickBank – Marketplace with various high converting offers to promote.
Question 9: What is your #1 tip for anyone using solo ads to promote their business?
The #1 tip is getting good SOLO ADS COACH! Everyone needs a mentor or coach. He will provide you valuable information, tips, secrets, hacks and intelligent strategies to promote your business.
By saying this, I learned from 5 coaches from worldwide to be where I am today. I’m really glad that I made this move from the start. If it works for me, it will work well for you too.
Question 10: Where can the readers find you to buy clicks from you?