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How to get traffic efficiently to niche site?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Figrole, Feb 28, 2017.

  1. Figrole

    Figrole Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    I'm currently a college student and working part time in a retail store, which is the worst thing I can explain to anyone. Serious.

    I am a 100% noob to IM, but I know that instant gratification is a bad thing so I'm happy to put the work/time in for things. Gotta work to get. Not necessarily looking from an easy method.

    Basically long story short I am in the great position that I still live at home so I have little expenses (no rent etc) so I could survive on 50 bucks or less a day (transport to college etc).

    Currently to subsidise my retail job (shit pay) I'm doing a bit of ewhoring (won't go into detail lol) and that has got me making me in around €20 an hour on average - that's the thing though it's very very time consuming and can be extremely hit and miss, also no recurring revenue lol, unless start going towards CPA - whole different story.

    Anyway so im starting to look into other methods to invest (both time and money) in that may be more ethical to help make €30-50 a day.

    To date I have experience with some things, but nothing that I'd be able to sell on Fiverr etc.

    I know there is a HUGE amount of information on this forum and I have been reading so much but a lot of it seems outdated / doesn't work (usually give things about a month of 100% commitment before make a call on it.)

    Moat recently I have made a new niche site, to do with dropshopping smartphone cases - I design them on photoshop and they are fulfilled by a Chinese manufacturer - currently making about €9-10 depending on shipping costs.

    For me to be able to quit my job I need to be able to sell 3-5 cases a day - which I don't think is too unrealistic at all?

    Anyway guys any advice would be very much appreciated.

    TLDR; im in college, little expenses, bit of extra bank wouldn't be too bad, made niche site with pretty good margins per sale, how can I get traffic to this site?
     
  2. seedscent

    seedscent Newbie

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    Hi Figrole,
    I think next step to do:
    1. Create a website - insert your product. You can build using softaculous in cpanel (like openchart,wordpress, ext). It's easy, just play around.
    2. Once your website done - Spend just $1/day on Adwords and $1/day facebook ads. You can expend more once make some profit. Just improve your ads until hit your target. E.g you spent both adwords and fb ads $60 a month..you should get around $600++/month in return...

    Sorry for my bad english. Remember it's okay your website or page not famous, as long as it can bring quality audience you will make money..
    Good luck
     
  3. soulcollector

    soulcollector Senior Member

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    Ad spending is the best way to learn what converts and what does not. Yes, you lose money but you'll find out the hard way to not promote shitty cpa, not promote shitty services, and not promote shitty aliexpress Chinese cheap knock off bs.
     
  4. divok

    divok Senior Member

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    rather than ads .. buy massplanner/sociobox etc for $10 per month and create / post on pages related to your niche .
     
  5. Figrole

    Figrole Regular Member

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    Do you think going the route of shoutouts could be more effective than going the route of ads?
     
  6. Figrole

    Figrole Regular Member

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    Onlu $1 per day?
    Thats a good idea.

    Have you experience in this area? Dont worry your english is perfect.
     
  7. Krabtreb

    Krabtreb Registered Member

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    Ive never used FB ads so take this with a pinch of salt, but you need to spend more than $1 a day on ads, you are not going to get many clicks for that which means you are not going to get a lot of data to see what's working efficiently. Granted, over time, you will build up a picture but that's gonna take forever.
     
  8. Figrole

    Figrole Regular Member

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    Yeah man that's what I've been thinking since - need to be putting a bit more in than that.