How to Write a Solo Ad that Converts Using Words that Sell

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How to Write a Solo Ad that Works?

The other day I was over at one of my solo ad provider websites, and I had to write my own ad copy and thought, “How the heck do I write a solo ad that converts?

Some solo ad providers put the email copy together for you, but others need you to write a solo ad for your ad purchase.

Related: Solo Ad Conversions and Psychology of Selling

So I thought, if I’m having this trouble, many other people must be having this too. Sometimes we learn something in the past (for me it was about 2 years ago), but I was not using solo ads at the time.

So I did some digging and here’s what I found:

The Easy way to Write Solo Ad Emails that Convert (using powerful words that sell)

Special thanks to Shaqir Hussyin and Ankur Agarwal for teaching me their amazing Solo Ad writing strategies.

Press Play and Turn up Your Speakers

There’s 2 things you MUST do if you want a kickstart to your traffic and conversions (and you do).

  1. Download the Words that Sell in Writing a Solo Ad Template so you never struggle to write profit-sucking emails again!
  2. Then, go here to claim your FREE “Hit the Ground Running” Consultation to Launch Your Next Solo Ad ($197 Value).

To Your Success,

Nate Rio

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Nate Rio is an expert affiliate marketer, marketing and lead generation coach, online marketing consultant, and kick-ass skiier.

6 Responses to “How to Write a Solo Ad that Converts Using Words that Sell”

  1. <path_to_url> Clifford

    These are some smart intellectual Justice to go through all the trials and tribulations and excursions trying to learn the strategies and lessons pretty awesome I like this

    • <path_to_url> Nate

      Thanks Clifford – remember to start with the basics: 1. Have a profitable offer to promote, 2. Capture leads, 3. Follow up, and 4. Get Traffic! It sounds pretty basic, but most people are not doing 1 of these 4 things regularly, which means they’re not getting sales regularly.

      In a business, it needs consistent, targeted prospects, leads, or traffic. Then set up a good ascension model of products to purchase along the way to increase profitability.

  2. <path_to_url> David Grande

    Great job Nate! Site looks great and nice download and post… well played sir. Remember back in the day when we worked together, now we can both crush it in the new year! 2017, let’s roll…

    • <path_to_url> Nate

      Thanks David! Yes, let’s crush it in 2017. Indeed! Thanks for stopping by 😀

  3. <path_to_url> Afaizee

    don’t laugh Nate Rio but can you do an article or video on effective following up for an online business?

    • <path_to_url> Nate

      Sure. With follow up, the key is consistency. For example… If you are doing Email marketing as a part of your overall traffic strategy, you should be:

      1. Building a list consistently (because then you own the traffic)
      2. And following up regularly

      Stats show that it takes 5-7 touches of someone seeing an offer before they buy something; this is especially true with a cold offer. Most people aren’t looking for most things that marketers promote. But sometimes they see something and they want it right away (but this happens rarely).

      Many people look at offers a few times, do some research, and then buy from someone they know, (or are familiar with), like, and trust.

      If you’re doing email marketing, remember to stay consistent, provide value, and email your list often. Every situation in your life or experience is relevant to some other person. But you never know who. You just have to keep emailing your clients regularly so you stay at the top of their minds. People are inundated with information regularly, and if you’re not there promoting something, somebody else is. So the key is consistency and regularity with your follow up.

      I’ll add this to the queue of things to discuss in an upcoming lesson or training.


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