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Done For You Articles 7th March 2016

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Leverage Your List by Becoming a Solo Ad Provider

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Becoming a solo ad provider is by far the easiest way to make money on both ends of your marketing program. You can sell to high target customers who make up your huge list and sell your huge list of high target customers to other marketers.

There are lots of affiliate marketers out there want to get into the lucrative field of online marketing but they didn’t know how to get started. Or they understand the benefits of promoting affiliate products, but they couldn’t or wouldn’t make the effort to build their list.

But if you’ve created a large list of loyal customers, you can make even more money by offering it to other online marketers for cash.

The Value of Your List

One option is to negotiate with another solo ad provider to fit whatever budget you have. The first question most people ask is how much is my list worth. The answer is that it is worth whatever you can sell it for.

Generally, solo ad lists sell for anywhere from $50 to $100, but you can go higher or lower depending on the size and quality of your list. For example, if the people on your list are consistently buying most of the products you promote, you can charge more.

Negotiate the Best Deal

As a solo ad provider, you also should be open to the negotiated agreement. For example, if you are offering your list of 1,000 niche-centric contacts for $100, but a buyer doesn’t have $100 to spend, you can offer to sell them 250 contacts for $25. After all, some money is better than no money.

Or if the marketer has no budget at all for paid traffic, you can propose an ad swap.

Benefits of Ad Swaps

Ad swaps are a great way to trade solo ads with people who don’t have a big marketing budget, or have no marketing budget. You should continue to consider them even after you start to earn profits and have money to spend on advertising.

That’s because they allow you to build a community of peers who you can rely on not only for ad swaps but for information, product tips, to learn from their experience, support and even just to gossip or chat.

Successful Internet marketing is not really as much about the competition as it is about making contacts with other people and building a support system so you can help each other achieve your goals.

Some of the best conversions come from solo ads placed as part of ad swaps, but ad swap deals also are a great way to network and develop relationships with trusted friends in the industry.

You can do some horse trading in order to accommodate whatever low or no budget you have. In most cases, you can make money from solo ads even if buyers aren’t going to buy exactly the amount you originally offered. But the more you make deals with people, the easier it becomes.

Where to Find Solo Ad Deals

So how do you find the best places to offer your solo ads? There’s a number of different ways to do this.

First, once you get into solo ads and start making contacts with solo ad buyers and seller, you will come to realize that in solo ad marketing, it really is a small world after all. Because so few Internet marketers have discovered this low-cost, high-profit marketing system, there aren’t that many big players in the market.

There are more medium to small solo ad providers, most of whom have lists that are dedicated to specific niches. While interacting with other solo ad providers, you can ask them to recommend other solo ad buyers in their niche and in most cases they will be happy to recommend their friends and associates because they are not competing directly with them.

Monitoring the Internet marketing landscape is vital to your success. If you’d like to have access to even more powerful marketing tips, as well as a way to generate conversion-ready Internet marketing prospects each month, click here to learn about my done-for-you system.

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Becoming a solo ad provider is by far the easiest way to make money on both ends of your marketing program. You can sell to high target customers who make up your huge list and sell your huge list of high target customers to other marketers.

There are lots of affiliate marketers out there want to get into the lucrative field of online marketing but they didn’t know how to get started. Or they understand the benefits of promoting affiliate products, but they couldn’t or wouldn’t make the effort to build their list.

But if you’ve created a large list of loyal customers, you can make even more money by offering it to other online marketers for cash.

<strong>The Value of Your List</strong>

One option is to negotiate with another solo ad provider to fit whatever budget you have. The first question most people ask is how much is my list worth. The answer is that it is worth whatever you can sell it for.

Generally, solo ad lists sell for anywhere from $50 to $100, but you can go higher or lower depending on the size and quality of your list. For example, if the people on your list are consistently buying most of the products you promote, you can charge more.

<strong>Negotiate the Best Deal</strong>

As a solo ad provider, you also should be open to the negotiated agreement. For example, if you are offering your list of 1,000 niche-centric contacts for $100, but a buyer doesn’t have $100 to spend, you can offer to sell them 250 contacts for $25. After all, some money is better than no money.

Or if the marketer has no budget at all for paid traffic, you can propose an ad swap.

<strong>Benefits of Ad Swaps</strong>

Ad swaps are a great way to trade solo ads with people who don’t have a big marketing budget, or have no marketing budget. You should continue to consider them even after you start to earn profits and have money to spend on advertising.

That’s because they allow you to build a community of peers who you can rely on not only for ad swaps but for information, product tips, to learn from their experience, support and even just to gossip or chat.

Successful Internet marketing is not really as much about the competition as it is about making contacts with other people and building a support system so you can help each other achieve your goals.

Some of the best conversions come from solo ads placed as part of ad swaps, but ad swap deals also are a great way to network and develop relationships with trusted friends in the industry.

You can do some horse trading in order to accommodate whatever low or no budget you have. In most cases, you can make money from solo ads even if buyers aren’t going to buy exactly the amount you originally offered. But the more you make deals with people, the easier it becomes.

<strong>Where to Find Solo Ad Deals</strong>

So how do you find the best places to offer your solo ads? There’s a number of different ways to do this.

First, once you get into solo ads and start making contacts with solo ad buyers and seller, you will come to realize that in solo ad marketing, it really is a small world after all. Because so few Internet marketers have discovered this low-cost, high-profit marketing system, there aren’t that many big players in the market.

There are more medium to small solo ad providers, most of whom have lists that are dedicated to specific niches. While interacting with other solo ad providers, you can ask them to recommend other solo ad buyers in their niche and in most cases they will be happy to recommend their friends and associates because they are not competing directly with them.

Monitoring the Internet marketing landscape is vital to your success. If you’d like to have access to even more powerful marketing tips, as well as a way to generate conversion-ready Internet marketing prospects each month, click here to learn about my <a href=”http://mttbsystem.com/letter”>done-for-you system</a>.

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If you have spent time, money and effort developing a list of devoted subscribers, you deserve to be compensated for all that hard work. One way to profit from your list is to sell it to other online marketers by becoming a solo ad provider.

&lt;strong&gt;Size Matters&lt;/strong&gt;

The two most important things to consider when offering to sell solo ads is the size of your list and the conversion rate.

For example, if you sell a solo ad list of 1,000 subscribers and your conversion rate is 2%, the buyer is going to make 20 sales from that solo ad purchase. But if you sell them a list with10,000 subscribers and your conversion rate is only 1%, you are going to make 100 sales.

Similarly, if your product niche is weight loss and your solo ad customers are into horseracing, they aren’t going to make as many sales as they would if they were to buy a solo ad from somebody whose subscribers are into health and fitness.

&lt;strong&gt;Make It Worth Their While&lt;/strong&gt;

Before you sell any solo ad, make sure your list is large enough so that your buyers are going to achieve maximum exposure for their investment and that your subscribers are already highly targeted toward being predisposed to purchase products within you niche.

As a solo ad seller, it’s best to be upfront about what you are selling.

Remember: The solo ad market is still pretty young, so there is a lot of room for negotiation. For example, you can even ask for a guarantee that you will make back what you are investing from their list. The worst thing they can say is no.

&lt;strong&gt;Identifying Prospective Buyers&lt;/strong&gt;

Finding the best people to work with for selling solo ads or for ad swaps depends on two major factors:
&lt;ul&gt;
&lt;li&gt;How comfortable you are working with them&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;How much potential traffic you can bring them and — in the case of ad swaps — they can bring you.&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;/ul&gt;
Most of the solo ad customers you get are going to come from referrals from other solo ad providers. That’s why it is so important to constantly be networking with other affiliate product marketers: You always want to keep these doorways of communication open.

You aren’t really competing directly for the same pool of customers … unlike most brick and mortar businesses … so there really is no reason not to maintain friendly and cooperative relations with others.

&lt;strong&gt;Enhancing Your Reputation&lt;/strong&gt;

When people buy solo ads from you — especially if they don’t know you — they probably are only going to buy small lists from your first to see how they work out.

That’s fine. That gives you an opportunity to prove yourself to your solo ad customer. Once you do, you can make ever increasing sales to them.

&lt;strong&gt;Sell Your Services &lt;/strong&gt;

Be prepared to answer your customers’ questions. Be prepared to answer such questions as:
&lt;ul&gt;
&lt;li&gt;How big is your list?&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;Where do you get most of your traffic? Ad swaps? Organic search rankings?&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;How many clicks do you send on average per mailing?&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;Where do the clicks come from? Social media?&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;Do you have sub specialties or segments?&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;How fresh are the leads? How many new leads do you bring on in a regular basis?&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;What is the cost?&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;li&gt;Feedback: Can you provide testimonials from other partners done solo ads for?&lt;/li&gt;
&lt;/ul&gt;
You also want to encourage your buyers to subscribe to your list so they can see the types of things you are sending out.

Building your list then selling it as solo ads is a great secondary income to your passive affiliate marketing streams and one you can’t afford to ignore.

Finding new ways to profit from your online marketing efforts is vital to your success. If you’d like to have access to even more powerful marketing tips, as well as a way to generate conversion-ready Internet marketing prospects each month, click here to learn about my &lt;a href=”http://mttbsystem.com/letter”&gt;done-for-you system&lt;/a&gt;.

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