Why Paying For Traffic Is A Sensible Idea
If you have been searching high and low for a way to increase sales and traffic on your web site, you should definitely consider paying for more web traffic. You may find incredible success stories wherever you look, about online business owners making their millions on the net. Unfortunately, there are hundreds of failures for every success.
Some think this is because of sheer luck.
But this is not it, at all.
It takes a good sense of the business, and plenty of financial security and group work. More important is the desire to succeed and put in plenty of work.
The main keyword to focus your business on is “movement”. Without patrons, you will not have anyone to sell your products to.
The internet consists of walk-in patrons. The more movement you have, the more intervals will stumble across your site and make a purchase.
The Desperate Consumer
Search engines are the biggest revolution to discovering the needs of others on the internet. They have always been welcomed by the public because of the valuable service they supply.
With this worldwide acceptance, many visitors come to them than ordinary sites. This is why companies pay to publicize on search engines.
Search engines furnish millions of users with information daily. They supply links to sites that the consumer might have been looking for desperately.
If your link comes up, you have a huge opportunity to cash in on the desperation of a consumer who just wants something right now.
Paying for advertisements is much like paying for movement. At first it might sound like a bad idea, but the potential payoffs are too great to ignore. If you are getting hits from search engines, you won’t go a single day without making a sale.
Pay Per Click
Generally you will be charged for every time your link gets clicked.
This is called “pay per click”.
Sometimes you will be charged per number of times your ad is shown when a keyword is searched for. You should always have good keyword content in your ad, otherwise you will never receive any hits.
The money you spend in your quest for traffic will have a positive outcome. You will get a huge influx of traffic to your site, which will result in much more sales. Paying for this traffic is a good concept.
Basically, solo ads are email-based ads which you purchase from other email list owners. They’re typically sent as dedicated emails, so the entire email if not majority of it, is all about your promotion.
How it works: You find a solo ad list you’re interested in. Contact the owner or buy access to the list from their site. Then, you purchase either by how many subscribers your email message will be sent to, or by how many clicks your email will get.
If everything goes well, those subscribers will click, and those clicks will convert well (if your offer and squeeze page is good!) In the end, you’ll end up with solo ad conversions that cost less than other types of advertising.
In comparison to other online advertising methods, email solo ads are a very cost effective method of reaching a lot of people. A bigger benefit is your ability as the advertiser to find solo ad lists that are targeted to your specific niche. When using this form of advertising, you are in fact “borrowing” the email list of subscribers by getting your message directly to their inboxes.
By paying for your traffic, you are ensuring that you receive lots of traffic that is looking specifically for what your website is offering. By having a product to sell, you can enable a higher conversion and a higher rate of income.
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Ari Tumijo was a full-time Brand Consulting Practice Executive as well as Head of its Digital Strategies with Rayan Daniyal Consulting (RDC) brand practice. He possesses 10 years of digital marketing experience and this website is the result of his continuous seeking and sharing of knowledge. With RDC, he was responsible for developing the solutions for clients seeking to improve their digital presence and brand equity in the social media space. In addition to account servicing role, Ari was also involved in business development for Brand Capital, a subsidiary brand of RDC. He has a Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering and spent his early career years in F&B Management and Semi-conductor industry.