Are you a ClickFunnels affiliate, and you’re trying to determine if Solo Ads might be a good way to promote ClickFunnels? If that’s the case then this humble blog is for you!
Everyone knows that the ClickFunnels affiliate program totally rocks! The biggest problem, of course, is how the heck to promote it and drive traffic to your affiliate links?
Which may have lead you to ask if Udimi is a good way to promote your ClickFunnels affiliate links, and other offers.
Let’s brainstorm to talk about if Udimi Solo Ads are worthy of your consideration.
Why You Should Listen To My Solo Ad Experience…
It’s so important for you to know that I teach a highly rated Solo Ad Course, in fact, as of this moment, the Solo Ad Course has earned the “Highest Rated” badge on Udemy.
I’m not saying this to brag or anything, but just to let you know that I’ve put a boatload of effort into studying the art and science of Solo Ads.
I’ve also purchased well over 100 Solo Ads on Udimi, I have successfully completed over 100 Joint Venture Swaps on Safe-Swaps, and my ratings on both platforms (Udimi and Safe-Swaps) (as of this date) are 100% perfect.
Again I’m not saying this to brag, I’m merely mentioning this because I want you to know that I’ve put a ton of effort into studying Solo Ads, and Udimi Solo Ads particularly.
Who Is The Average Udimi Solo Ad Recipient?
Remember that not all email lists are created equal. As a result, some Udimi Solo Ad Sellers rock, and others aren’t so hot.
That being said, it’s important to remember what a Solo Ad is; a Solo Ad is simply an email advertisement.
But, who are those advertisements being sent TO?
Well, according to my research, the majority of Solo Ad Lists are rather general in nature.
That’s why very mainstream offers such as Business Opportunity, Internet Marketing, Self-Help, and Weight Loss are usually the most popular offers circulating around the Solo Ad World.
Therefore, if you’re promoting a very “niche” product, then you probably won’t have much luck because very general lists don’t usually perform well with very narrowly targeted offers. (Only logical, right?).
So, when deciding what type of offer to promote with Solo Ads, always remember that the email lists aren’t really super targeted.
Are Udimi Solo Ads A Good Source Of Traffic For ClickFunnels Affiliates?
It’s important to remember, that usually, the best practice for Solo Ads is to promote your email newsletter first.
In other words, when you order a Solo Ad, it’s probably the best idea to focus on generating email leads, instead of simply promoting an affiliate offer outright.
There are a few different reasons for this, probably the most important reason why is because many Solo Ad Sellers might refuse to promote a paid offer, and many only agree to promote free offers (such as a lead capture page).
So, instead of promoting ClickFunnels directly as an affiliate, I would almost always advise you to promote your email list first.
That way, you can promote ClickFunnels, and their wide variety of offers via your awesome email newsletter content in the backend.
As always, I think that creating powerful, helpful, and valuable email newsletter content can be a great skillset to have, and if you truly love to create powerful content then hopefully your subscribers will appreciate you, stay subscribed over the long-haul, and also click on your recommended links!
How Much Do Udimi Solo Ads Cost?
Very recently Udimi.com made the minimum cost of Solo Ad Clicks $.40 (forty cents). Usually, Solo Ads are sold in intervals of 50 or 100 clicks.
So let’s pretend that you find a Solo Ad seller selling clicks for $.40, and you buy 100 clicks. That would mean that your Solo Ad would cost roughly $40.
I think that you’ll find most Solo Ad Sellers sell their clicks for under a dollar, and you can always search Udimi for deals on Solo Ad Clicks.
What Type Of Email Marketing Funnel Would Work The Best?
Personally, I’m a huge fan of the Affiliate Bridge Funnel.
The way an Affiliate Bridge Funnel works, is that you can promote your lead capture page on the front end as the tip of your sales funnel. Then, when your new subscriber registers to join your email newsletter, you can then show a video that briefly introduces yourself, thanks your subscriber for subscribing, and of course promotes one of your offers!
So maybe under the video, you have a big call to action that promotes ClickFunnels, the DotComSecrets Book, The Expert Secrets Book, or any other affiliate offer that you like.
In my opinion, an Affiliate Bridge Funnel is almost always superior to promoting an affiliate link directly, because this way you can focus on generating leads, building your email list, and hopefully sharing powerful content.
This way, everyone wins! You get to share your powerful content with the world, and your subscribers, hopefully, will enjoy your content, thank you for it, and as a result, they’ll be more likely to hopefully stay subscribed and maybe they shall even click on your recommended links!
Thanks So Much For Checking This Out, You Rock!
I want to let you know that Solo Ads aren’t some type of guaranteed result.
Solo Ads are ONLY a method to advertise and a method to generate leads.
I mention this, because I don’t want to give anyone a false impression that Solo Ads are some type of guarantee.
In advertising, and in marketing, there are none, nor have there ever been any guarantees.
The only thing that we can do, is test!
With that said, I hope that you enjoyed reading this document, and I truly wish you the best.
Cordially and humbly yours…