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What's soloads ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Monceef, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. Monceef

    Monceef Registered Member

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    What's soloads ?
     
  2. seoov

    seoov Junior Member

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    Basically, with solo ads, you buy ad space on someone else's email list. Which happens is the following:
    - you want to promomote something
    - you find a person who has a huge list of emails with people who might be interested in your product (are in your niche)
    - you pay that person to send your "ad" (meaning email that tells them about your amazing offer) to his/her email list
    - you get traffic to your offer (and you also want to lead them to a squeeze page where you can get their emails)

    That's pretty much it in simple terms. Hope that helps.
     
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    Solo ads are generally you pay for some one who got the opt-in email list of your business and start email blasting your product.
     
  4. nastrix

    nastrix Newbie

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    Here's my thoughts:-

    Soloads- You are actually renting an email address from someone who have email addresses they collected from owners either through their squeeze page with single or double opt in.

    Normally you engage them when it is related to your niche, eg: weight loss. It is more specific to the list that you need from soload sellers and they will sell you in terms of clicks and send your offer to their email list. So watever that you promote MUST be related to their list and this is what we call TARGETED List.

    Just a short sharing here :)