3rd Solo Ad Halfway Through Plus Some Free Traffic Methods Explored

My third solo ad for The Big Commission Blueprint is actually a two-parter. The first 100 clicks have been delivered, resulting in 32 opt-ins. Again there were no immediate sales, but I think at the moment it`s more important to get people signed up so that the system can start to do it`s work. The second 100 clicks should be delivered in a few days and hopefully that will result in at least 30 more opt-ins.

In the meantime, I am trying some free methods of promotion as well. Actually almost free would be more accurate πŸ™‚ I have recently got back in to entering JV Giveaways after not being involved for a couple of years. I always upgrade when joining these events, which allows you to add multiple gifts and also text ads and special offers. The upgrade fee is usually low, around $7 or $10, and I normally at least cover the upgrade costs with one or two sales of special offers. So I am now promoting Big Commission Blueprint with text ads on the Giveaway Events and also by using banners on the download pages for my giveaway gifts.

I recently joined Cashblurbs.com. The way this site works is that you promote another members link, either on Facebook or Twitter and then after viewing 3 other members pages, you get to add your link to the top of a list, so that it will be promoted by other members on their Twitter or Facebook pages. I upgraded when joining, which allows me to post 72 ads every day.However, they ask you to allow at least an hour before adding another tweet to your Twitter account, so that the other members ad doesn`t get pushed down from first place.

I don`t expect great results from the almost free traffic sources, but I have had 1 sign up so far from a Giveaway Event and 2 from Cashblurbs.com, so for the small cost and effort involved, they could be worth sticking with πŸ™‚

First Attempts At Solo Ads

So, having joined iPro I am faced with the hurdle of how to drive traffic to my links. It doesn`t matter how good a webpage is at converting, you have to get people to see it!

There are of course many ways of driving traffic.They can be divided into two categories: Paid & Unpaid. In reality, there is no such thing as Free traffic. You either pay for traffic with money or with time & effort spent.

I decided to use the paid option, simply because it means things get moving faster. The unpaid methods can be painfully slow to show results.

Solo ads are where another marketer with an established subscriber list agrees to send your offer to his list. You pay per click.There are no guarantees of success, but providing you choose the right solo ad provider, this method is probably the quickest way to build a list. Solo ads seem to be the method of choice for most new iPro members.

I have now completed my first two solo ads of 100 clicks each. They resulted inΒ  a total of 79 sign ups, which is not bad. There were no immediate sales, but not to worry. They are now in the system, so sales may filter through later.

I am soon going to do a third solo ad and will post the results of that one soon.

Tracking your results when doing solo ads is vital. You need to know not only how many clicks you are getting but where they are coming from.Most solo ad providers will give you tracking figures, but far better to have your own system.

I decided to use the iPro recommended Clickmagick software for my tracking. It is really good with many functions which I haven`t even explored yet!

Click the image below to find out more about Clickmagick.They even have a free trial offer!