After two or three years of struggling to build web-traffic, I realized that you can’t rely on organic searches to provide instant results. That’s when I started to look into solo ads – and specifically, Udimi.
Once you have your business up and running, you need to draw traffic to your site. If you’re established already, you’ll already have Google Analytics and Google Search Console installed to monitor your traffic.
The three major sources of website traffic are Paid Advertising, Organic Search, and Social Media. So if your site has great content, you will gradually build up a good following.
Even well-presented, great content sites will struggle to get traffic from the moment of start-up as it takes time to get indexed by Google.
To get traffic immediately, you can purchase it from email listings held by Vendors on the Udimi site.
The cost is much lower than Google Ads and will vary between 30 and 95 cents per click, depending on the vendor.
This is what is called T1 high-quality traffic so although you are paying for it, the chances are that you’ll most likely get conversions if your sales funnel is good.
Your ad will play a crucial role in determining whether you have a successful marketing campaign, so it’s important to get your design spot-on for your product.
Be diligent in your work-flow to maximize the potential for clicks and then when you are satisfied with the results, that is the time to start your traffic campaign.
Don’t spend more than about £100 to start with, because you can simply scale up if results are good.
You’ll find that Udimi has great control over scamming and they offer a service which in my opinion is above reproach. You’ll find many, many positive comments about this companies reputation!
Not only do they filter out junk traffic and useless clicks so you don’t have to pay for them, but they also cover your funds by refunding you money if a vendor fails to deliver all clicks.
You can sign up here to start promoting your products or services with quality fast traffic straight out of the Udimi Traffic Genie bottle!