Free VS Paid


Posted on : November 18, 2014
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When most people look at marketing their businesses, they think of traffic like this: Paid Traffic VS Free Traffic. Go to : http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/video.html Subscribe to our channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs0QtqMrEp4vcx_shmEBHjw Really though, there’s no such thing as “”free”” traffic when marketing online. That’s a myth. Yet, it holds a lot of people back from investing through paid media. #BIG MISTAKE (You’ll notice I said that paying for traffic is an investment, not an expense!) For instance, consider just one “”free”” way to grow your business online. You’ve got SEO, where you try to rank high in the search engines for buyer keywords. If you’re in the top 5, have a hot keyword you’re ranking for, are getting a LOT of traffic, and have a converting website, you’ll likely get some sales. Maybe tons of sales. However, is that traffic really free? Seems like it is, but the answer is a resounding NO. For one, ranking a website these days isn’t easy, at all. You’ve got to create the site, and most often, you’re investing in services to get links back to your site with a high page rank (PR). And nowadays, there’s an important Social Aspect involved in ranking your sites. In order to get sales, you have to create AMAZING content. All. The. Time. I’ve got friends that spend hours, days, and even weeks on just one blog post, not even knowing if it will generate a single sale. So the investment may not be pure money related. But there’s always an expense. In this case, it’s mostly time. Many hours slaving away at the keyboard, creating post after post, hoping it’ll rank and get sales. This method is very risky, because with one little stroke of the finger, ye olde Google Masters can make your site go from #1 to #1,000 in the search engine for apparently no reason at all. It happens all the time. Boom. Business gone. So, a lot of this boils down to how much you value your time. Spend 8 hours creating a blog post that “”may”” get a few sales. (A lot of times this works out to you making less than $5 to $10 bucks an hour -or worse!) Or, you can take the savvy choice, and look into paid media. Paid media isn’t as scary as it seems to many, and it will give you massive leverage and opportunities to scale your business up fast. For instance, everybody knows that a “”buyer”” is 1,000X better than a cold lead. Well with paid media from places like Facebook, you can target BUYERS, and get this, of your competitors! THAT’S power my friend. Anyways, if you haven’t started investing in traffic for your business yet, what’s holding you back? Resolve to try it out and stick with it. You can start on a small budget, so there will be very little risk involved for you. And likely, you’ll get addicted to it and the good results you’ll start to have. Of course, you do want to run advertising the right way, and the more confidence that you have in something to work, the more likely you will get into this. That’s why the mttb system includes a full-on traffic training. http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/video.html You even get a traffic COACH! Now this isn’t just generic info either. You get specific traffic training from the top earners of this business model. Exactly what’s working now for them. All you have to do is learn the traffic secrets, and then go out and do what they’re doing. http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/video.html That makes it crazy simple for you to get started in growing your business with paid media. And, it stacks the odds WAY in your favor. P.S. The traffic training will be revealed to you after you get through the initial steps. First, you’ve got to learn the key fundamentals to a profitable business. Then comes the traffic! I highly recommend My Top Tier Business MTTB, get it now : http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/video.html subscribe to our channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs0QtqMrEp4vcx_shmEBHjw Enjoy, Mohammed Yusuf Jaafar


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