If you’re not keen on using solo ads to get traffic to your offers, I fully understand.
I have my doubts about the quality, too.
This morning, I got up 4am to write fiction, but in one of my breaks, I bought an interesting product.
It’s interesting, because the product creator, Kevin Fahey, shares his own story openly.
Just like everybody else, he dreamed about making money online.
But here all resemblance of everybody else stops.
Kevin took action. He bought solo-ads. He built his list into many, many thousands of subscribers. He even became a solo-ad vendor, too.
He made money. $10,000 and more per month.
And then it all crashed. Open rates went down. Buyers unsubscribed. Vendors wouldn’t allow him to promote their products.
He had to change plans.
And that’s what his “Solo Ad Escape” is about. Getting back.
He took his business from $5,000 per month to $20,000 per month, and his claim is that you can do the same.
The product consists of a PDF ebook, which is really good. No hype, no screaming income-claim pictures. Just plain full of his experience, good and bad, and advice.
Even down to details like how you can organize your Skype contacts.
I was very happy that I decided to buy this.
There are also videos included in the product. Only four. And they are all about how you can buy traffic (he says he can get leads for a few cents with his method) and how you integrate your autoresponder and more.
If the idea of building a healthy business sounds good to you, then you’ll like this product.
Get it here for an extremely low price: http://malka.im/soloadescape