Waking Up To A $196 Commission – Connecting Your Marketing Efforts

Connecting Marketing

In this post I want to explain the importance of connecting all of your marketing efforts together (if possible and where appropriate).

For example, the other day I woke up to a $196 commission from my solo ad website here.

I sold a 200 click solo ad package (100% Tier 1 countries) for 0.98 cost per click which equates to $196.

Now the cool thing about this is that my blog was the platform that ultimately generated this sale.

It looked something like this:

  • A person searched Google for something related to “best solo ad vendors
  • They found my blog post here in Google’s search results (thanks to proper SEO)
  • They then navigated to my my solo ad website by visiting the link in my blog post
  • And then made a purchase for $196 for 200 clicks!

Although that may seem like a complicated process (especially to someone just starting out in Internet Marketing), it’s really not all that difficult.

This is the power of connecting your marketing efforts with other business models, website’s, income streams, social media profiles etc…whatever it may be.

The money made in this example literally came in my sleep thanks to the dynamism of blogging and some simple search engine optimization.

I connected SEO with ==> My Blog ==> with ==> My Solo Ad Business

Is this starting to make sense?

Connecting Your Marketing

Connect your marketing efforts!

When you rely on just one marketing platform, strategy or technique, you are leaving a large chunk of money on the table.

A big problem I see is that most internet marketers out there are just looking for the “quick sale”…and aren’t willing to put in the work or research to create something more sustainable.

Hence why 97% (maybe more) fail in this business…

Stop thinking of shortcuts or workarounds.

This one strategy I explained above took a few months before I even made a sale from it.

However, now that it’s implemented properly, it has the potential to bring me in a residual income for months or years to come.

So when I say connect your marketing efforts, I mean make it possible for people to jump from one platform of yours to the next, to the next…and so on (eventually until they convert).

An example of this could be:

A YouTube video, then goes to a blog post, which then leads to an affiliate link, which then leads to an affiliate commission.

But the combinations and possibilities here are endless.

It’s important to me that I give you real life examples of what I’m seeing success with, so I can help/inspire as many people as possible to do the same or something similar.

I know if I had this type of information when I first started out, it would of really made things more clear, saved me time and given me motivation to continue.

Remember, this blog as much as it’s a personal business, is a case study to demonstrate what works well and what doesn’t work so well.

And from experience, I know that connecting your marketing efforts can be very powerful.

So let me ask you…What’s your experience with this?

Have you witnessed the same for yourself?

Or are you still waiting to get started online?

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