lol i’ve heard some funnies about advertising on Google.
eg, “you can’t use a landing page on Google”
or “you shouldn’t ask for an opt-in if you use Google Ads”
or “Google doesn’t like affiliate marketers / network marketers / bizop / [insert industry here]”
or my fave, “Eff Google. You should do YouTube ads INSTEAD!” lol (they’re one and the same).
All this stuff is 100% fiction and i might explain why in an upcoming message. but it’s not the point of this email.
if (1) you want to get traffic and (2) you want to make money from that traffic and (3) you want traffic to be a stress-free business activity you’re minimally involved in…
THEN Traffic KickStart 2.0 might be the answer you’re looking for.
Let me elaborate…
The student for whom i’ve been building / managing the campaign i’m demonstrating in the upcoming Traffic KickStart 2.0, he said to me this the other day…
“What i have always loved about Traffic KickStart is the set and forget nature of it.”
Truth be told, it was never intended to be “set and forget”. Rather, KickStart was supposed to be a guide to getting traffic started at your website–good quality, qualified, buyers visiting and viewing your pages.
The reason why KickStart seems like a “set and forget” method has little to do with KickStart itself and everything to do with my underlying philosophy to all traffic generation. You want traffic to flow consistently, reliably, and with minimum maintenance and management.
Once you have that, making it profitable is as simple as getting customers you’ve already paid for once to repeat their purchase with you.
By offering them something else to buy.
By selling a recurring billing product, service, or membership.
By creating and selling more valuable, more expensive backend products.
and so on.
I don’t know about you, but i would MUCH rather spend my time developing the products and services of my business and maintaining relationships with my existing buyers than lose the last of the hair on my head stressing about traffic metrics and new customers.
So Traffic KickStart 2.0 is about as set and forget as you can imagine. I built the demo campaign in just a few minutes. I made some slight changes the second day. And for an entire week after that, i didn’t touch it.
We already know historically it takes, on average, 45 leads to make a $500 sale for this particular business…
So far, we’ve spent $34 and generated 20 leads…we’re halfway there. No one is panicking. No one is stressed. We straight up chillin.
How about you?
Do you have a reliable source of steady traffic to your offer, that requires little to no maintenance?
Do you know with certainty how many leads it takes to get a sale and how much you’ll make?
Are you calm and relaxed about your ad spend?
If you cannot answer yes to all three questions, you’ll want to subscribe to the Super Traffic Machine. Not only does it have the foundations for your traffic setup, but it is also the ONLY way to get access to Traffic KickStart 2.0, the training i’m releasing at the end of the month.
Where you’ll learn my “set and forget” secret…
and how to start a really simple, quickly working, oooooober cheap traffic campaign on Google Ads.
Traffic KickStart 2.0’s deadline is the end of the month. After that, even if you subscribe to Super Traffic Machine, you can’t have the video demo.
Find out more and join by the 30th of September at the link below…
Don’t forget, if you’re already subscribed, you’ll have automatic access and need not do anything special. Although it doesn’t hurt to check with me if your subscription is in fact still active.