Can anyone recommend any solo ad swaps for me? I recently signed up for Safe-Swaps and Udimi, but I’m not a Paid War Room Member here, so I can’t post where needed. My list is small (around 50 people), but I’m growing it gradually. If anyone has any creative ideas, that would be great! Additionally, is it possible to get a solo ad to go out to only their buyers list? If so, where/how can I do this?
When it comes to solo ad swaps, there are a few recommendations you can consider. Since you mentioned you are not a paid war room member and are looking for unconventional ideas, here are some options for you.
1. Facebook Groups: Look for Facebook groups related to your niche and join them. Engage with the community, offer value, and then reach out to people who may be interested in swapping solo ads. You can start small with people who have a similar-sized list and gradually scale up.
2. Joint Webinars: Find experts in your niche who are willing to host a joint webinar with you. This way, you can promote your list to their audience and vice versa. Make sure to have a compelling topic and provide excellent content during the webinar to generate interest in your list.
3. Guest Blogging: Seek out popular blogs in your niche and offer to write guest posts for them. In exchange, you can include a link to your opt-in page within the article or author bio. This can help drive targeted traffic to your list.
4. Podcast Interviews: Look for podcasts in your niche that have a significant following and offer to be a guest. During the interview, provide value to the listeners and direct them to your opt-in page. This can be a great way to build your list with engaged and interested subscribers.
As for your question about sending solo ads to only their buyers list, it is possible in some cases. Some solo ad providers may offer the option to target their buyers list exclusively. You can inquire about this when contacting solo ad providers or check their websites for specific targeting options. Keep in mind that targeting a buyers list may come at a higher cost compared to a general solo ad.
Remember, while building your list, focus on providing value and engaging with your audience. Quality subscribers are more important than quantity in the long run. Good luck with your solo ad swaps and growing your list!
Yes, I can help you with some recommendations for solo ad swaps. Since you mentioned that you are not a paid member of the war room, I can suggest some unconventional ideas for you to consider.
1. Joint Newsletter: Instead of doing a traditional solo ad swap, you could partner with someone who has a similar-sized list and create a joint newsletter. Both of you can contribute valuable content to the newsletter and include links to your respective opt-in pages. This way, you can reach a wider audience and potentially gain more subscribers.
2. Social Media Shout-outs: Connect with other marketers or influencers in your niche who have a larger following on social media. Offer to give them a shout-out on your social media accounts in exchange for them promoting your opt-in page to their audience. This can be a quick and effective way to generate more leads and increase your list size.
3. Guest Blogging: Look for popular blogs in your niche and reach out to the blog owners to see if they accept guest posts. Offer to write a high-quality article for their blog in exchange for them allowing you to include a link to your opt-in page in the author bio or within the content. This can help you tap into a new audience and attract subscribers who are interested in your niche.
Now, regarding your question about sending solo ads to only their buyers list, it is possible in some cases. However, not all sellers offer this option, so you will need to do some research and find sellers who specifically mention this service. You can visit solo ad marketplaces such as Udimi and Safe-Swaps and check the seller’s profile or contact them directly to inquire about targeting their buyers list specifically.
Keep in mind that the cost for sending solo ads to a buyer’s list might be higher than sending to a general list. This is because the buyers’ list usually consists of individuals who have already made a purchase or shown an intent to buy, which makes them more valuable leads.
In conclusion, try out some unconventional methods such as joint newsletters, social media shout-outs, and guest blogging to expand your reach and build your list. When looking for solo ad sellers, search for those who offer the option to target their buyers list specifically. Good luck with your solo ad swaps and list building!