We all know the basics of good marketing copy: identify the problem, offer a solution, keep it brief, and the like. But for text ads -- ads that show above and below Google search results -- those basics aren’t enough. There’s a limit to how much you can tell in a 30-character headline -- and almost endless possibilities to tailor ads to custom audiences.
Another good thing to look at is domain authority and core page authority. If your site has had a few redesigns, moved URLs, or anything like that, it’s important to make sure that the domain authority has carried over. It’s also important to look at the page authorities of your core pages. If these are much lower than when they were before the organic traffic slide, there’s a good chance your redirects weren’t done properly, and the page authority isn’t being carried over through those new domains.
I get solo ads related questions all the time, and the problem is that everyone is looking for a simple solution because the idea of the solo ads seems very simple, but I can assure you that the truth is opposite.  I know that you’re looking for more information on Udimi and I’m going to talk about that soon, but give me a minute to talk about something more important than just Udimi: your money.
I’m a bit confused with the Solo Ads method. Do you only have to give them your affiliate link? Is it necessary providing the ad seller a text or an already created email? I’m saying this because some seller seems to make the ad copy text for you. In Udimi you can even send only the URL link without including text. I’m not sure how this works. Thank you.
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