As always, let me start off by thanking you all for continuing to stop by and check out my progress with the All Inclusive Ads advertising system. Whether it’s through this blog or my mailing list, which was built up using AIA, I am commonly asked which programs are best suited to the All Inclusive Ads system. While this is an incredibly tough question to answer, especially as I haven’t tried all of them, I thought it might be a good idea to touch on that a little with this blog post. This is because I feel that I am in a better position to answer that now, more than ever before.
As I discussed last time out, I spend a good deal of my time looking for programs and affiliate opportunities that are of interest to me. This is actually, at least in my humble opinion, one of the great benefits of using the All Inclusive Ads system. All of my programs are basically running on autopilot, which affords me time to try and find ways to build my online business. I am always looking for new streams of income to replace those that I feel might be getting a little dated or overly advertised online.
The beauty of AIA is that I can become an affiliate, plug in my link and have traffic hitting my new site in literally a matter of hours, and sometimes even minutes. The one thing that I have always stuck by when using AIA is giving the system time to work. I have had several sites and programs that started out slow, but which seemed to gain momentum the longer I leave the link plugged onto the All Inclusive Ads software. That is not something that I would ordinarily have been able to do due to the fact that I would see my ad money for that program going down the drain.
So, to get back the question about which programs, websites, and affiliate opportunities are best suited to AIA, I would have to say that up to this point I have yet to come across one that isn’t. The ones that have stumbled coming out of the gate have either improved over time or when I tweaked the wording and look of a particular landing page. Yes, All Inclusive Ads will deliver you a ridiculous amount of traffic, but you still have to keep an eye on the results to see if some changes need to be made.
The other thing that I would suggest is that you keep an eye on those hot programs that suddenly begin to dry up over time. Every great program has a certain life expectancy for the individual promoting it. This is because when more and more people start to promote, the market becomes saturated and sales become tougher to come by. I would suggest having a few different programs to try in the AIA software, as some are going to hit big right off the bat, whereas others might need some time to percolate.