People ask me about sending traffic to sales pages
…as opposed to lead-capture or squeeze pages.
Is that cool?
Do I recommend it?
But if you use the Traffic KickStart method, it’s not a bad idea.
Most people who buy traffic are either paying for it by the “click” or by the potential size of the audience.
Which means, if you want to get the most out of your traffic investment, you only have a minute’s worth of attention before they’re gone again.
A sale is HIGHLY unlikely.
And what’s more unlikely is they read/watch some long, boring-arse sale presentation.
Not saying it can’t be done–I know a couple of savvy copywriters who don’t even bother collecting leads. They’re only interested in keeping customer lists… and they discard all other traffic.
But for regular, average folks, with very limited budgets, for whom traffic is tough to come by…who didn’t learn the Traffic KickStart method…
I recommend sticking to capture pages.
A capture page makes an enticing offer without asking for money.
Instead, it asks for contact info, like an email address or phone number you can use to “capture” your traffic and try to turn them into customers later.
But wouldn’t it be nice to capture traffic to a mailing list…and still ensure those leads are people VERY prepared to buy?
You can – When you use KickStart, drive traffic straight to your sale page.
In fact, i recommend you send your traffic to a page that QUALIFIES the visitor and ensures they’re ready to spend money.
Keep in mind, this would normally be a bad idea for people who aren’t using the KickStart method to generate their traffic.
Because with KickStart, especially if you use my “Carrot and Stick” technique (described in the bonuses section), you can tell the Traffic Network you’re NOT paying for traffic unless it’s the kind that buys.
And although the network won’t listen to you 100% of the time, the carrot and stick “hack” trains the traffic network to keep improving the quality of your traffic, and show your ads only to people who intend to buy your products.
Meaning, it knows you won’t pay for bad traffic, so it keeps trying to find you good traffic you’ll like.
You can learn the Traffic KickStart method (and the Carrot and Stick hack) by signing up here:
Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been developing a new type of landing page.
It’s very cool, because it’s a very “in your face” sale page…complete with price and everything…
I only have the balls to test such a thing because I know the KickStart method will continue to pump in traffic and subscribers into my mailing list for the same price…except with this new page, I am increasing the quality of my subscribers.
Meaning, new subscribers will spend more money, but i won’t spend more to get them.
That’s something you can do when you learn the KickStart method…
Your focus will turn to the QUALITY of your traffic instead of quantity. KickStart delivers both.
So, get the KickStart tutorial. Learn the method. And I’ll see YOU, inside!