Today I want to share just one of the many strategies you’ll learn inside of my new Dirt Cheap Traffic Secrets coaching program:
In my previous email I explained how you could pay as much as $79.69 per click, according to SEMrush. See my screenshot below:
Think about that.
For every visitor that lands on your site, you get charged $79.69. Ouch!!!
Using a simple strategy inside any of the PPV networks I share with you inside the coaching program, you could get the exact same visitor for just one penny!
PPV stands for Pay Per View. It’s usually a desktop traffic source where your landing page pops open in a new tab on the user’s browser when they’re visiting a page that includes a keyword you’re bidding on or a URL you’re bidding on.
Here’s the entire strategy, laid out for you for free:
Sticking to the “car insurance quotes” example from above… you would go to Google and type in your keyword phrase.
Next, take a look at the paid ads for your keyword phrase. See my screenshot below:
The strategy is simple. These ads are getting TONS of traffic. So, you make a list of these EXACT URL’s and bid only on those URL’S.
Look at the link the red arrow is pointing to above. That’s what was displayed when I hovered my mouse over the Geico ad in the red box above.
Notice how it’s not just Geico.com. It’s an actual landing page.
The difference is, most marketers just bid on the main domain name and end up spending 10x-20x more than what you’ll be spending by bidding on this one landing page.
Because tons of people could just go to Geico.com but they may not be looking for insurance. They could be employees, existing customers, or even competitors.
By bidding on the landing page you’re guaranteed that each visitor is someone looking for insurance. Because they probably only landed on that page by first clicking on an ad.
So… what’s the asterisk for in the subject line of this email next to the word “Clicks”?
Well, with PPV traffic, you don’t pay per click because they’re not really clicking anything. Your landing page is just popped up when something you’re bidding on triggers it.
That’s why it’s called Pay Per View. You’re charged every time someone sees your landing page.
But using this method, you’re guaranteed that each person who sees your ad is a valid prospect.
A lot of marketers just use PPV as a way to show their page to everyone and their brother… hoping someone who sees it is a prospect.
That’s not how you do PPV. And that’s why these dirt cheap traffic networks get such a bad name. Marketers have no clue how to actually use them to make money.
They throw up a campaign, hope it works, and when it doesn’t… they immediately blame the traffic network.
Their loss. Your gain.
So, if you thought this strategy was cool… you may want to check out the Dirt Cheap Traffic Secrets coaching program.
I’ll be sharing plenty more strategies like this one inside the coaching program.
Enrollment ends Thursday night, March 8, 2018, at 11:59PM EST.
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