Question 1: What kind of offers converts the best with solo ads?
My list is targeted at Make Money Online”, BizOp, Affiliate Programs, Work from Home, MLM’s and Cryptocurrency offers.
These few things will also help conversion and better prepare your customers for your offer:
(1) Offer a free report, guide or video that will help your customer.
(2) Have a low ticket item or free trial to your program.
(3) Limit your Optin Page to Email the only field.
Question 2: What is better when it comes to getting conversions? Mixed Clicks, Pure Solos, Tier 1 only Solo Ads or something else?
I think the main factor for conversions comes down to your optin page. If your optin page is simple to point and presented to the right traffic you will get good results.
If your optin page is difficult to read, confusing and too many fields to fill in, your result will be lower.
Mixed clicks allow you to build your list relatively quick with clicks delivered in one continues to stream, getting as many people to see your offer.
Pure Solos will have a very direct approach to your offer but will take time to get all the clicks delivered, because each click has to go through multiple emails sent throughout the week.
100% Tier 1 is Good because it is all the English speaking countries that have access to Paypal and credit cards but do not rule out some of the Tier 2 countries, I offer both 100% and 90% Tier 1 on all my traffic.
Question 3: How are solo ads different from FB Ads? Which is better according to you?
Solo ads are easy, direct to your target audience and limit your risks. Plus you get a 1 on 1 consultation with your Solo Ads Vendor.
With FB ads you will need to learn a great deal before you post your Ad, if you are not following the TOS with FB you risk having your ad pulled and your ad account closed.
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).
Negotiate the price and be willing to offer a testimonial after they give you a deal, once you get a good deal continue to purchase from them.
As you buy more from a good vendor they will be happy to get your traffic going quickly.
Question 5: What is the biggest mistake people make while buying solo ads?
Not having tested their optin page, not being mobile ready and not tracking their results.
I spend time with my clients going over their optin page and through their sales funnels. I check for the following:
(1) Whether they are promoting an offer that my list will respond too.
(2) Their funnel is set-up and working correctly. If I see something wrong then that gives them time to make adjustments before we run traffic.
(3) Their opt-in and funnel are mobile optimized. With so many people on mobile, I hate to see traffic wasted because the optin page was not mobile ready.
(4) They have some way of tracking their results from the traffic they are buying.
Question 6: What are the opt-in and conversion rates can be expected from a solo ad run?
I have seen a large range and this is greatly influenced by the optin page and traffic source, but most runs average between 30 and 40%.
I have clients get as high as 70% and as low as 20%. When I see low optins I like to consult with my clients to help increase their optin.
Question 7: How should the follow-up sequence be? 1 email per day? Value Driven? Pure Push Marketing Emails? or something else?
It’s good to have a follow up of 1 email per day for 14 days with a mixture of value and marketing, two affiliate links or a link to your value-add.
Write your own emails to your list will connect with you, be yourself, even if you suck at writing emails you will get better the more you write.
Your list will get used to your writing, especially if you bring value to them.
Question 8: What are the top 5 products/services that you just can’t run your business without?
(2) Tracking software
(3) Funnel Builders
(4) Domain Name/Hosting
Question 9: What is your #1 tip for anyone using solo ads to promote their business?
Check out your Solo Ads seller look for testimonials. Be patient and willing to test more than 100 clicks.
Question 10: Where can the readers find you to buy clicks from you?