10DollarSoloAds Review: Is It The Future?
Online entrepreneurs in any business are always in the need for more emails and overall conversions. Among the most efficient ways to find them, we have solo ads and services related to them.
10DollarSoloAds is one of these services, so we’ll go through them today and determine if it’s the right choice for you.
The main selling point when it comes to this marketing service is that you’re just paying once. You’re also able to target your campaigns to different lists. This means that you don’t have to rely on the mere chance of someone having the right email lists for your product.
However, is it really an efficient way to market your business? Is paying for individual ads better than playing for clicks?
I mean, it’s certainly cheaper than most services available today, but price alone means nothing without results, so let’s dive in.
- You pay for ads instead of per click.
- Overall, the entire process is easy and very quick.
- All ads look professional, and it has good features like landing page reviews.
- The traffic gathered is really low quality. You might receive a lot of spam from the visitors, and some could even get flagged as being bots.
- Since you’re not paying for the clicks, the service has no reason to keep running your ads, because you already paid them. Other services run your ads until a determined number of people has clicked on them.
About solo ads
Solo ads are individual advertisements that people send to user lists. These lists are filled with people who opted to receive emails from different sites and users.
These ads come as emails that invite people to visit a page. That page might offer a download in exchange of the user’s email, and other pages are just squeezes to sell products. These are your landing pages.
The common method is to offer a free webinar or eBook for your audience’s email. It’s easier to find succees if there’s value upfront. In this video below Franklin Hatchett shows how to use Solo ads to make money.
What is 10DollarSoloAds offering?
10DollarSoloAds offers just that. However, one key difference is that the service works as a huge list of emails, and they take care of managing everything.
While that takes away control from the user, you do get the benefit of paying a single price for each campaign. There are 3 choices for you, and we’ll get to them in a bit.
10DollarSoloAds also gives you the chance of tracking and monitoring the relevant data from your campaigns: clicks and reads. That’s always a good addition since you want to know if your target niches work the way you expected.
For instance, running a campaign towards people looking to live healthy won’t get a lot of clicks if you offer an eBook on something like “How To Eat Healthy”. However, offering an eBook around “X Ways To Detox Using Y” (X being a number and Y being a type of food or drink) will bring a lot more interest.
If you see that a niche is successful, you can then try the same with a different offer to try and increase your clicks.
Another excellent feature in 10DollarSoloAds is that you get profession copywriting for your ads.
You don’t have to worry if you’re still learning (but you should learn nonetheless). Part of your campaign is to have the team review your copy and then provide changes or even an entire new version to increase engagement.
What’s great about it is that this is often an extra cost with other services (if they even offer it).
Is it easy to use?
You only need to send the copy for your ads, choose which niche you want to target, and schedule your ads depending on your preferences.
It’s barely more than a couple of clicks.
If you have ad copy (that you wrote or paid someone else to write), then you send it to the support team, and they’ll go through it and tell you if it’s good and what you should change. If you don’t have one, then you can just send them a message explaining your offer, website, and goals for them to write one for you.
After that’s done, you choose which niches you want to target; the maximum is 3. Finally, define when you want your campaign to begin, and you’re done.
There are 3 different ad types available depending on how many prospects you want to reach.
You have the basic campaign: monthly ads. Each ad is $10, of course, and it offers 1,000 potential customers per month. That means 1,000 people will receive your email every month. This plan provides your targeting, copywriting, and reports.
The second plan increases noticeably the outreach of your campaign. You get 1 ad per week, aimed towards 1,500 people. That means that 6,000 people will receive your email each month. Since it’s 1 ad per week, this plan’s price ends up being $40 at the end of the month, but it’s 6x the previous plan’s reach.
The “Deluxe” plan doubles the cost of your ads, which sadly breaks the name of the service. It’s basically the weekly ad plan but doubled up: $20 per ad and 3,000 emails weekly, making up $80 monthly for 12,000 emails.
You’re basically paying 10 cents for each email, compared to about 40-50 cents for each click with other services. However, here, you’re paying for sending an email; with others, you’re paying for guaranteed clicks.
It’s up to you to choose if you want to have 4 different chances of someone opening or ignoring your email or one ensured click.
Alright, if you didn’t really have time to read all the above and just skipped to what it said “summary”, then it’s OK. Let’s see what it does right, what it does wrong, and what I found strange.
The access to a professional writer for your ad copy is a great addition. You can choose up to 3 different niches, and the whole process is straightforward.
The reports are good, and they let you see the results and overall effectiveness of your campaigns to confirm your niches.
Finally, it’s extremely cheap.
You have no guarantees that people will click on your ads, so you can’t be sure that your following campaings will have the same results. That’s because you’re paying for sending email instead of clicks, which is another disadvantage for many.
You can’t choose who administers the email lists, unlike other services.
Finally, in my experience, the traffic I did get was mostly mediocre, and even then, the number of signups was extremely low. That makes it easier to notice that paying 10 cents for an email is still too high if you compare it to other mailing lists on the internet.
The ugly one
The reports look off in some places. It’s not a deal breaker, but it’s indeed “ugly”.
This might be a good option for newcomers. In fact, it’s a great way to put your knowledge to the test since you’re depending solely on your niche selection.
It’s a neat way to try out the market and trying out your copywriting and funnels with the benefit of a professional evaluating your work beforehand.
However, if you just want results or have more experience, I’d recommend you just go with Udimi like I do. Honestly, 10DollarSoloAds felt a lot more like just paying for social media ads than an actual solo ads campaign.