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How to Grow Your Mailing List With Solo Ads

Published on 9/11/2017
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If you're new to the email marketing game, or maybe

just reassessing how it's going so far, you've probably
noticed that one of the biggest challenges is getting
a lot of subscribers.

And not just any subscribers, either; I'm talking about
people who want to be on your mailing list. People who will
open your emails, click on your links, and buy products
that you recommmend.

Solo ads allow you to get more of these fantastic
subscribers, and fast. So let's look at how it's done
shall we?

1. Make Sure You Have a Well-Optimized Squeeze Page

Do you have a squeeze page? If not, work on getting
one set up. If you do, make sure you've optimized the
following elements:

* An Enticing Opt-In Bribe: Give them a reason to sign
up to your list right there and then. Have something like
a free e-book that they will recieve when they sign up.
Make sure it's something of high quality that your niche
audience would find useful. Don't just throw up any random

* A Compelling Headline: If the headline on your
squeeze page falls flat, so will your opt-in rate. Make
sure to ask yourself: What do they want? What am I
offering them? How can I get the main benefit across
quickly but effectively?

* A Benefit-Focused Description: Make a list of all
the benefits that come from your opt-in bribe. If it's
an e-book or a free video, outline what's taught in it,
what they'll be able to do with it. This is your chance
to convince themthey need to sign up and get it.

* Social Proof: If you've managed to get any social
praise for your giveaway (comments or reviews on Facebook
for example) include a screenshot of that on your squeeze
page. If you don't have that yet, start by putting social
sharing buttons on the squeeze page. This makes it look
more trustworthy, and sets you up to have some social
proof down the line.


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2. Find Other Marketers With Relevant Subscriber Lists

Look at other websites in your niche, and keep an eye out
for opt-in forms. If you see an opt-in form, it means that
website has its own mailing list.

The best part is: Because that website is in the same
niche as you, it's highly likely that their subscribers
are already interested in your niche. These are the
subscribers you want, all in one place.

3. Ask About Their List

Message the site owner or manager to ask about their list.
Ask if they sell solo ads, or if they would consider it.

If they're not interested, no biggie; just move on and try
another. If they are interested, ask them about their list.
How responsive is their audience? What's the open rate?
How much would they charge to run an ad?

4. Decide Whether It's A Good Deal

Once you know how responsive their list is and how much
they'd charge, think about how much you make from your own
newsletter series. Do you think you're likely to get a
decent return on this investment?

Your goal is to get as many of their subscribers as you
can to click through to your page, sign up for your mailing
list, and eventually buy something you promote in your

If your newsletter series isn't set up to make money well
yet, focus on that first. Do you have an ongoing series
that promotes products? Or do you send an email every now
and then promoting special deals?

If you think you could make more from these subscribers
than you'd spend getting them, it's time to give it a go.

5. Write a Killer Ad

If you decide to go ahead with a solo ad, make
sure your ad is up to scratch. If it fails to excite
the readers, you could come out short.

Really get into the head of your audience. Include
a relatable statement that outlines problems they could
be facing. Then, entice them by leading up to the solution.

Give them a strong call to action, telling them they can
get the full solution for free on your page. Be sure to
give them a clear link to follow.

Once again, make sure the benefits of your freebie have
been thoroughly outlined. You want them to WANT to come
and join your list.

Like anything that you're putting money into, solo ads
can be a risk. It can take you a couple of tries to get
it right. Some lists are more resonsive or cheaper than
others. Some opt-in pages convert better than others.
It's about figuring out what will work best for you.

If you're still not too sure about paid traffic and
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this way.


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