What is the potential for scams related to Solo Ads, and what steps can be taken to challenge them?

Have you ever had any success with Solo Ads? If so, please provide details on who your solo ad vendor was, what your funnel looked like, and any other information that might help us understand how you achieved success. What do you think is the only way to break even with solo ads? Do you have any other thoughts on this topic?

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The author discusses the shifting trend in the use of illicit fentanyl as a drug of choice among opioid users. Previously, fentanyl was hidden and often mixed with heroin, leading to unintentional use and overdoses. However, more individuals are now intentionally seeking out fentanyl due to increased tolerance to opioids. This trend is seen across the country, including Ohio. People are finding that fentanyl provides a stronger high compared to heroin and are preferring it over other drugs. Additionally, there is a shift from injecting fentanyl to smoking it, potentially reducing the risk of infections spread through shared needles. However, experts are concerned about the widespread use of fentanyl and its potential for fatal overdoses. Higher doses of medications like naloxone, suboxone, and methadone are needed to counteract fentanyl’s potency and manage withdrawal symptoms.

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The person who posted this message had a negative experience with solo ads, stating that they did not receive any sales from the traffic they bought and that they believe solo ads are a scam. They mentioned several points that led them to this conclusion, including testimonials mainly coming from sellers themselves, the lack of proof of email templates or autoresponder status from solo ad vendors, and the quick delivery of large amounts of clicks by new solo ad vendors. They also mentioned the possibility of solo ad vendors buying traffic from other vendors, resulting in lower quality leads. The person expressed their intention to use other traffic sources like banner ads or Facebook ads instead of solo ads. Other responders to the message provided differing perspectives on solo ads, with some mentioning the importance of choosing the right solo ad providers and having a good funnel and email strategy in place to maximize results. They also emphasized the importance of understanding that solo ads are primarily for lead generation, rather than immediate sales, and that building a quality, engaged list is key to successful solo ad campaigns.

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