Ad Placement Made Easy
Placing ads is an overwhelming thing to those who are new to the internet. There is so much information to take in and it can get you off track.
If you are new to Network Marketing and have your business set up but you don't really have a clue where to start. I will try to keep this as short and a simple as I can for you to get started right away. This information is going to be so easy it will blow you away.
The number one thing I want to say is Not to put all your eggs in one basket. Don't spend your whole budget on just one area of advertising or on just one thing.
You must drill down your niche to know who you are going to go after, what kind of crowd are you looking to attract. With that said let's get to the good stuff.
There are billions of places to advertise online. But here is a great way for you to find websites that you can advertise on-lead tail. Just like Google, but they give you over 2000 places to compare. These are places you can buy advertising, they give you the results for your niche. You just put in your niche keyword into the search bar and they will give you the results.
Once there you can see the company's name with their information, how many viewers and the price and method of payment. You will find a self-serve platform here for you to set up your account. Put in your email, the ad title, body and the destination url and don't forget the keyword or phrase, also your bid.
They will offer a few different ways to advertise but I would not recommend pcm, this could take up your budget fast, the monthly fee is a better choice. It will probably take you a month to really track and test your ad anyways. You can submit your ad within minutes but it may take a day or two for them to get back to you to approve your ad. They will have a phone number if you choose to get them moving on this a little faster.
Don't go placing ads in everyone, just start testing one or two of the sites You can't go thinking that if you place an ad it will get you results immediately, anyways if you took my advice your ad will run for a month.
To do you keyword research go to Google external tools, this is a free tool for you to use. Don't go paying for those expensive programs that will take you hours to learn and still leave you frustrated. Put your keyword into the search bar and the program will give you more keywords for you to use. Look at the monthly searches with the highest search or look at ones that specify exactly what they are looking for.
I have given you plenty of places to for you to get started advertising. Knowledge without application is not going to get you anywhere, so go out and start placing those ads.