I feel I have great content…but most of it is within my email marketing campaign instead of my blogs. I’ve used my blogs to include links to my email marketing campaigns to lead to my product. In your opinion, should my blog content be the priority? I find my marketing emails sound more like a blog than just a “tip” or a reason to grab people to my list.
To do this, I often align the launch of my content with a couple of guest posts on relevant websites to drive a load of relevant traffic to it, as well as some relevant links. This has a knock-on effect toward the organic amplification of the content and means that you at least have something to show for the content (in terms of ROI) if it doesn't do as well as you expect organically.
Ask them which type of offers do well with their list. Is this a list that’s great for capturing email addresses, but not so great for high-ticket items? Is this a list that likes free trials, or free ebooks? Do they tend to like video tutorials, or text autoresponders? If you have time and the will to do it, consider crafting the email message you send so that it appeals to what this list responds to.
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.
However, as you create new expanded text ads and add more detail to your offers within the body of your ads, you’ll likely make many of your old ad extensions redundant. Google won’t serve your ad extensions if they only serve to repeat the text already included in your ads, so make sure as you update your ads you refresh your ad extensions with new, unique content to promote alongside your new, larger ads.
Looking at the keyword rankings and organic landing pages provided a little bit of insight into the organic traffic loss, but it was nothing definitive. Because of this, I moved to the on-page metrics for further clarity. As a disclaimer, when I talk about on-page metrics, I’m talking about bounce rate, page views, average page views per session, and time on site.
As with many head-to-heads, the choice here is largely determined by circumstance. That said, I do think that banner ads carry the day for most advertisers. The one requirement: you need to have a vision for your banner. Businesses that deal in visually striking products or have a clear path towards creating something naturally eye-catching should find this relatively simple. Other groups will need to innovate and in some cases, turn to text advertising.
Yes, it is. According to the recent marketing study done by Psychology Today, people rationalize buying decisions with logic, but they make buying decisions based on feelings. This means, when the right brain cells are triggered, people will buy regardless of time limitations, budget limitations or knowledge limitations. That's why, as long as basic demographic targeting is in place (African citizens aren't likely to have a credit card so it's no use asking them to purchase something on the internet where all purchases are done through credit cards), the only parameter which qualifies a buyer is their emotional state. And that's exactly what you get with Igor Solo Ads. Emotionally-engaged prospects who have decided to suspend rational thinking and skepticism for a while, giving you a shot at making your case and signing up into your business opportunity.
Make sure you know your target audience, and what they opted into your list for. If the squeeze page told them that they were getting on a list to receive more information about tea kettles, don’t send them an ad on auto parts(common sense stuff guys, but you’d be surprised). This will more than likely cause them to unsubscribe from your list, and mark you as a spammer. And if you didn’t know, both of those things are BAD. Solo Ad Secrets Golden Rule
Thanks Brian for your article. I am in the healthy living niche. I want to team up with bloggers in my own niche where we can share material it makes sense to me. But I have my own unique message and that is what I have been devoted to! Dah! I see now that my focus should be on what is popular among my peers and add to this. I think I’m finally getting the picture! I am specifically into FOOD MEDICINE perhaps I should start writting about the dangers of a Gluten free diet! Not for everyone!