Are you nervous about buying traffic for the first time?
There’s a quick and painless fix–Start small!
It’s like I explained to this subscriber who asked…
“Would a tiny ad budget of $75-100 each month
be enough to justify taking Traffic KickStart? I just don’t have hundreds of
dollars to invest yet!”
Yes, of course. That’s around $2.50 a day.
Although I think you’ll agree, it’s a VERY small ad budget.
But it’s also fitting of a tiny business that wants to grow,
Advertising is an ongoing expense. Online, offline, the rule
is the same:
If you want to sell every day, you need prospects every day.
No business gets traffic once, makes a million, then never
needs traffic again.
That’s why, the SIZE of your budget is not very relevant
(and can be very small).
But it’s the LONGEVITY of your budget that matters.
In other words, “How long can you keep it up?”
Because you need to keep advertising, every day, rain or
shine, no matter what.
You don’t slow down.
You don’t scale back.
You don’t pause.
Unfortunately, people buying advertising for the first time,
they don’t plan their budget correctly–so they over-invest in the beginning and
they can’t keep it up. So they run out of money and traffic.
For example, they say:
“I can afford about
$1000/month to start with. And if I make sales, I’ll spend more.”
That’s great. But note the condition in the statement.
If you’re thinking like that, you don’t have a $1,000 PER month
to spend. You can only afford $1,000 once.
A better plan would be to say, “I have a budget of $166/month”
(Notice there’s no condition in that statement).
Advertising budget plans should NEVER be based on the
condition of potential returns–because that’s a variable which could render the whole plan pointless if the condition is not met.
So here’s how you fix this..
Simply answer this hypothetical question,
“If I make NO
sales and make NOTHING at all for the next six months, how much am I willing to
invest into traffic?”
Doesn’t mean you PLAN to lose money for 6 months.
But you’re limiting your losses at the outset.
As a result, you think clearly about critical business
decisions. And you don’t panic about every “website hit” that doesn’t directly
translate to a sale.
Next, make your traffic “set and forget”.
This is so you don’t obsess about it. Whether it’s 1 new
person or 1000 new people arriving at your website, your only goal should be to make them buy something.
The Traffic KickStart method makes traffic “set and forget”, so you can do that.
Here’s how it works:
Once you decide on a maximum daily budget, you set up your ad
campaign, and turn it on.
It brings traffic.
You forget about it.
Leave it alone. Don’t mess with it.
Chances are you’ll make your first sale quickly–no guarantees
of course. Sales come when they come–but you can accelerate your sales if you
use my Follow-Up Formula (tutorial included as a free bonus inside KickStart).
Here’s where you go to sign up:
Several of our KickStart students have reported making big sales
within a few days of getting traffic the KickStart way.
One guy, only yesterday told me he started an ad campaign using what he learned. The very next day, he had 7 leads for a total of $10 and one of them bought his
Look, even I’m amazed.
But it’s not the first story of its kind.
Remember a few weeks back, I told you about Matthew who
spent $90 on traffic and made a $1,500 sale?
And Sherri who spent $500 on traffic and made a cool $40,000 bucks a couple weeks later?
It’s becoming very normal to hear stories like this from KickStart students.
So if you can be a big boy (or big girl), and you plan your
ad budget for longevity, there’s no reason you can’t have a success story of
your own to tell.
When you’re ready, go here to signup for the KickStart training