How to Use Solo Ads for Affiliate Marketing (Part III)
Monitor the emails that you get, the number of emails you get per week, the quality of emails, the quality of products, etc. Analyze and monitor everything.
Follow the seller on social media and read current blog posts.
This will give you a good idea of the quality of clicks that you will get.
Pick a solo ad seller who delivers no more than six emails a week. Lesser is better.
Direct Link or Use a Squeeze Page
Once a solo ad seller has been completed, send an email and inquire if he allows direct linking to affiliate products. Numerous sellers don’t allow direct linking to affiliate offers.
There are two choices you have.
You can directly send traffic to the affiliate offer (if the seller allows). In this case, you will not create your own email list.
Or, you can send traffic to your squeeze page, get the email address of the visitors, and send them to the affiliate offer.
Using a squeeze page of yours is a professional and better approach, though it is a little costly. However, it pays off over time.
If, though, you decide to direct link, things will be simpler. Just make a short and cheesy email promoting the affiliate product, put the affiliate link a few times in the email, and you are ready to blast your email to the list.
Making a squeeze page needs some resources.
Make a Squeeze Page
A squeeze page is a sort of marketing page that is used to generate an email list. It is a short and simple page which provides something free but important to the visitors, so they don’t hesitate to share their email address. To get the freebie, they must enter their email address.
Therefore, all the traffic will be going to the squeeze page, visitors will put in their email address to get the freebie, then they are led to the affiliate offer.