OK, who’s going to run with this strategy?

OK, who’s going to run with this strategy?

Some would think I’d regret releasing this strategy, but in my opinion it’s not really one that can get saturated too easily… and I think it’s a bit common sense as well.

 This is an enhancement to my “psuedo-merchant” model described in our SixMonthsFromToday private forums.
I’m not going to fully out exact offers or lead sources, but in usual fashion I’ll drop enough hints so you can take the ball and run.
So this is something that isn’t really world changing or anything like that, it’s more taking existing offer and promotion types and combining them to generate a lot of revenue on the front end, while also building a “more than self liquidating” list in the process.
The benefits you’ll get include the following:
  • Getting paid to build a responsive list
  • Build that list very fast
  • Generate ludicrous, immediate ROI’s
It’s no secret that solo ads, particularly in the IM and bizopp niches are a good source of responsive traffic.
However, the traffic is most responsive for other freebie offers, or at most, trial offers in the range of $1-$5 cost to the customer (CTC).
There are several trial type offers that charge in that range to the customer, but pay out to you, the affiliate, at between $20-$40.
The average solo ad cost in the bizopp niche will get you 1000 clicks for $300 (typically around 30-40 cents per click).
Your average optin will be around 30% for solo traffic.
So a $1 per lead cost.
Depending on your hook or angle, and immediate presell,  your conversion rate on leads will be anywhere from 3%-5% on the immediate front end.
On the low end of the numbers ($20 payout and 3%), we’re looking at $180 revenue and a loss of about $120.
On the high end ($40 and 5%), we’re looking at $600 revenue and a profit of about $300.
Hypothetical numbers are always fun, and of course there are a lot of variables that can come into play here.
Keep in mind that even in a “loss” scenario, you have also built your list in the process and can often recoup costs in the first 7 days.
This is nothing more than your typical “one time offer” after an opt-in, except now we’re using very cheap front end offers, that give us a high payout.
Other examples include (cost to consumer and avg. payout numbers listed)

  • Free website builders in hosting packages ($9.95 CTC, payouts $50-$100)
  • Skin care trial offers ($4.95 CTC, payouts $25-$35)
  • Fitness/diet trial offers (similar to skin care)
  • Credit Score offers (similar to skin care)
  • Software trials
For the IM/bizopp niche, solo ads are abundant and can be found in a lot of obvious places.
For other niches, look at the big newsletter sites out there, that’s all I want to say about that.
Just another profitable and practical strategy for you.
Thanks very much,
Chad Hamzeh
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