Paid Traffic

Paid traffic tips to profit from it II.

September 25, 2014 — by Adam Hunt0

In the first part I talked more about the technical stuff, but in this part I am going to talk about what I am most interested in. These are some paid traffic tips that no one seems to talk about for some reason although I think there are people like me, who think like me. Hopefully, so I don’t feel like a freak. More about this later.

My favorite paid traffic tips

One very crucial paid traffic tip from me to you would be to track. Always. You have to know how your ads or offers are converting and optimize according to that. There is a service you can use called Clickmeter. What I love about this service is that it’s free up to 1000 clicks. That’s great to get your feet wet. If you get more than 1000 clicks, you know you’re doing something correct and you should have made some money by now. You can than upgrade to 30000 clicks per month, which will cost you 34USD/month. The setback with the free version is that your links expire in 60 days. But let’s not worry about that right now.

Every network (Adknowledge, Lead Impact, 50onRed…) offer some kind of tracking service so if you decide never to spend any money on some software, you should be just fine.

Another paid traffic tip that I think you should consider once you get some experience, is to create a landing page that looks exactly like the sales page. It isn’t as difficult as it first may seem and it will probably take some hiring or learning but the good news is, the sales pages are usually very simple. Don’t worry about this for now. I touched upon this topic in this article.

This takes me to one of the most important paid traffic tip, something I talked about in the begining, and that is to go pretty.

My advice to you my friends is, to go pretty at everything you do.

Let me explain.

I am sure there are plenty of people who couldn’t care one way or the other about the looks of a website, sales page or a landing page. But there are people like me, who like pretty things and are turned off if there was no effort put into creating that site. I hate when I see sites that have been created with no care and just for the sake of it. I don’t even give it a chance to go through the content.

If you find an offer on Clickbank that you want to promote, make sure it is simple, modern, straight to the point and above all, easy on the eyes. It has to look professional. Unfortunately, there is a lot of garbage out there and frankly, I am surprised people ever buy anything from those sellers. Also, when there are videos, watch them, make sure they have good sound, are in HD and you can see that someone has spent more than a dollar on making them. I don’t like to talk bad about anyone, but this is one of the shit products. This to the creators of it: If you claim to have made thousands of dollars online, surely you can afford a microphone and a good camera… I highly recommend you don’t buy it. I did in the past and was so disappointed by the quality and very poor information, I asked for my money back.

That’s really it guys. I know these tips are very general and you would like me to go deeper. Well worry not, I am going to break down all these steps into series, so you can do it all as I go along.

First assignment is to find a product worth selling. Don’t forget to go pretty.


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