Dear Solo Ad List Builder,
List building is only profitable if you focus on building a quality list.
big myth that people want you to believe is that you need a larger
list, or that you should build the list fast. The concept of quantity
I want you to think the opposite here - quality over quantity.
Get the thoughts out of your head that tell you that you can only
succeed with a big list. Forget all the video courses that you've
watched that tell you that you can or should build a 10,000 list in 2
days. Because with that mindset, you’ll lose the focus which is serving
those on your list and seeing them as a cash machine
versus human beings.
Quality over quantity!
A list of 100 could trump a list of 20,000 in terms of how it’s used, and I’ve done it over and over again.
How would you like to learn how to not only – Build a list from solo ads but also how to get that list to convert?
There are three factors here:
1. Where you get the list
2. Your initial offer
3. How you use the list
Most people that fail either look at one or two, not three.
In order for this to work – you need all three main factors, which
I’ll cover in more depth.
But for now, let me give you some insight that you can use now.
Converting a list is what takes time but is where the magic
happens. So, if you set yourself up for success and create a proper plan of
attack – which I'll show you in this specific video series, you'll be
closer to success.
Let's take a deeper look at these three factors in action.
Yes - You can build a profitable list from solo ads.
But not all lists are created equal. In other words – not all lists
will produce quality results.
Let’s look deeper into these three factors :
1) Where you get the list
Here are some common mistakes people make:
- Finding a list owner who's emailed their list so many times
that it has diluted their list. The list is sick of emails of little
value – that when you make an offer – you are positioned
with the reputation as “bad” just by association. If you don't
know how to look for a list owner who has not diluted their
lists, then you have already set yourself up for failure.
- Finding a list that is outdated. It’s good to know how old the
leads are and how interested they have been in the solo ads
that have been sent out.
Or on the customer's end…
- Finding a list that is not related to the topic of their initial
- Not creating a plan of attack
2) Your initial offer
Obviously in order to get more people to sign up on your list when you
do a solo ad campaign, you need to make sure that your initial offer is
something of value.
In other words, you want to make sure that it is something that
people really, really want.
may not realize this, but your initial offer is what will position you
from here on out and brand your reputation as “quality” or “bad”. It
will brand you as someone either to be trusted or to be avoided. Of
course, there are many other strategies along the way that I will teach
you in this specific video course to help you stand out as “good
3) How you use it
It's not about the size, it's how you use the list.
I've seen lists of 10k convert at 1% or less, while lists of 500 at 20-30% outrank them.
It all boils down to these three rules and many more factors.
Follow it and you'll get there.
Don't follow it or don't know it exists, then say goodbye to your
list growth and conversions.
- How would you like to know if the solo ad list owner is good
- What questions should you ask them?
- How to email your list so they'll actually buy?
All these questions and many more will be answered in this specific video series.