I posted an article below about how to generate free traffic, but the question is, will you make money with free traffic? My answer is maybe, but I can tell you that it will take longer and take much more of your time to go this route.
The truth is almost always “you get what you pay for.” You can fly first class, business class or coach. There are differences in both service and amenities.
Sometimes you find a bargain, but for internet marketing, the best chance that you have to make money is going to come from buying traffic. What do I mean by buying traffic? Simply that to get the kind of traffic that generates sales, you are going to have to pay for it.
You’ll find posts below about two of the best ways to promote your business and products – Facebook ads and solo ads. Both have advantages and disadvantages. One of the advantages of Facebook ads is that you can tightly target your audience, spend as little as $5 a day and scale your spending upward as you make sales.
With solo ads, you’ll pay a flat fee for a number of clicks (see this post below for more on this), and the quality of the list that receives your ad will determine the quality of the leads that you get from your solo ad.
Either way, with Facebook ads or solo ads, you’re going to have to spend money to make money. With a good product or service, good ad writing, and good ad placement, you can make money on the internet. You can go the free traffic route, but it’s the slow and uncertain way to profits. Good targeted ads are the fast traffic route to sales and profits.