What are solo ads


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Solo ads are when you pay another person to email your ad out to their email list in the same niche market. Basically in really simple terms a “Solo Ad” is generally when you pay a person to email their email list your ad with a link back to your squeeze page, lead capture page, opt-in page, sales page, or offer page in the same niche market.

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What are solo ads

  1. 1. What are Solo Ads? Solo Ads Click Here http://www.soloads1.com/
  2. 2. • A solo ad is when you pay another person to email your ad out to their email list, in the same niche market.• solo ads
  3. 3. Why Solo Ads are so Effective
  4. 4. • Solo ads are one of the most effective ways to advertise or market any product on the internet market home based business industry.
  5. 5. •Here is why Solo Ads are so Effective.
  6. 6. #1 Extremely Targeted• There are different solo ads in all types of different niche markets.• That alone allows any internet marketer to advertise solo ads to list that are interested in what he or she has to offer, and most importantly are in the same niche market
  7. 7. #2 Responsive/ Active Subscribers• The people you are paying to advertise you solo ads to are already interested in what you have to offer; so when your solo ad is sent out you can expect them to open it, and look at your offer.
  8. 8. #3 Leads and Buyers• Again the people you are paying to mail, has interest in your offer so they are much more likely to opt-in your email list or buy your offer. Solo Ads
  9. 9. How To Write a Great Effective Solo Ads
  10. 10. • To Write a great Effective Solo Ad Copy, you Need 3 Important Parts. Solo Ads
  11. 11. • A good Subject Line,, Make it curious solo ads• A good short brief descriptive body,, this body should cause more curiosity.• A strong call to action• For example telling them to “”CLICK HERE To Learn How To Make $100 everyday Online””
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