Solo ads are a form of advertising where you pay to have your ad sent to a list of email subscribers.
Solo ads are generally less expensive than other forms of advertising and can be very effective in getting your message out to a large audience very quickly.
When choosing a solo ad provider, it is important to select one with a large, responsive list. Otherwise, you may not get the results you are hoping for.
Solo ads are a unique marketing strategy designed to promote your business offers that involve sending emails to a targeted list of people.
Let’s say you are an affiliate marketer or have your own products (or service) that you want to sell.
You are searching for a method where you can put your offer in front of ‘targeted buyers’, with the potential of a purchase.
If you buy a solo ad from a reputable solo ad vendor, they sell these packages ‘by the click’.
What Is Solo Ads Tracking?
So hopefully you track all of your own ads, but how do solo ad vendors monitor their own clicks so they know when to end your ad?
Well, typically a solo ad vendor will use special tracking software like Clickmeter.
This is a ‘rotating’ tracking link used to accurately measure the number of people who have clicked your link.
It’s a smart solution for both seller and buyer because it can also track unique clicks, so repeat clicks can be monitored. This ensures the whole ecosystem does not get abused by people (on the vendor's list) who click many times.
Do solo ads work for anyone?
No, they do not work for just anyone, or any type of business.
However, from my experience working with many solo ad sellers, they are perfect for people that are in the following niches:
make money online
work from home offers
online marketing software & services
Crypto & Forex
Marketing coaching or courses
Are Solo Ads The Same As Safelist Or Mailers?
Solo ads are not the same as ‘safelists’ or ‘mailers’ – far from it!
A safelist or mailer is a membership website that consists of webmasters and affiliate marketers, with most safelist (mailers) are free to join and use.
They allow their members to exchange email ads with one another – based on credits.
Safelists, from my research, is somewhat effective when you join multitudes of safelists and religiously spend your time clicking for credits and mailing them every single day.
Its boring, and repetitive, and your time could be better spent on better affiliate marketing methods.
In comparison to true solo ads, a safelist cannot compete.
How To Make Money Using Solo Ads?
There are a number of ways to make money using solo ads, and to be successful, there are a few things you can do.
Use a Lead Capture Page
Our recommendation is to always use a lead capture page that is tied into an autoresponder.
This is because you should always use solo ads to build your own email list first and foremost.
Never advertise directly a sales page, or the main affiliate offer link, you want to build YOUR email list with solo ads.
It does not matter if you have your own products and services for sale, or you are an affiliate marketer, always use a lead capture page as your link the solo ad vendor is sending out in their email ads.
If I buy solo ads from George, how will this work for me?
If you're new and this is your first time buying solo ads from anyone this is what you can expect...
...I will review your order and link. I will visit your link and make sure you are good for my traffic and subscribers.
...I will check your copy, your internal links, and much more. I do this because I want my subscribers to have the best experience when they click on your link.
...We will message each other with status and other need-to-know information.
...I will keep track of your link clicks (clicks will be cleaned and verified by outside software).
...Yes you will get some over run clicks meaning you buy 100 and you'll get more than 100.
Can I leave George a testimonial?
Yes, I would like your feedback.
Detailed even just one thing like response time, # of sales made, ROI, etc. small details are better than "George was great".
I can find a way to give back when you become a loyal customer.