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Do All Programs Work With All Inclusive Ads?

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.

Jamie Myers

All Inclusive Ads Review: Why I Will Recommend Them (4 Month Review)

I’ve noticed a great deal of interest in this blog and the All Inclusive Ads program in general, so I thought it might be a good idea to give you another update on my progress with AIA. I am now 4 months into using this great little system since my first All Inclusive Ads review back at the end of April. If you want to get the full picture of my progress then I urge you to read my previous posts, but for those of you that just want me to get to it, here is a quick recap of my earlier entries. My initial investment into the program was made back in just a couple of weeks and the traffic at my site saw a rather impressive spike almost from day one. The newsletter that I put out picked up a healthy number of subscribers and after two short months I really started to believe that I could make a decent little income online.

Those numbers all continue to rise at a very steady rate, with my newsletter being the one thing that seems to have really benefitted from the use of All Inclusive Ads. My e-book affiliate site is pretty much running on autopilot now and is generating sales at a very healthy clip. I don’t want you to get the idea that I don’t have to do any work on that site as that is simply not true. I still answer any and all e-mails and comments that are left there, but a great deal of my marketing work is now done by followers of the site who have become very active in social networking sites. It seems that they have also been buoyed by my success with AIA as my downline there is growing at a very steady rate which seems to almost mirror the increase in newsletter subscribers.

I have also been receiving some great results with The Empower Network, which I spoke about in my last update. I used my newsletter to really try and explain to my subscribers how combining both Empower and AIA could really help them with their online ventures. The little site that I set up to test out the power of combining both has been surprising to say the least. If you’ll remember, I set up a site that sold 3 great e-books for a mere $3 and the response has been fantastic. I am always wary of posting actual dollar amounts as I understand that there is no guarantee that you will all see the same sort of success that I have seen. I did start to see a leveling off and dip in sales after a couple of “hot” weeks, but that spiked again when I swapped out the 3 e-books with new titles that had done well on my other website. I now plan on keeping a keen eye on the titles to gauge when they are starting to level off so that I can then change them and keep the site fresh.

I’ve noticed that much of my time in previous posts has been spent talking about the number of visitors to my sites and how many sales I made. These are important as they go a long way towards showing just how well All Inclusive Ads has worked for me, but it seems strange for me to talk about them now as they are no longer really my focus. Sure, at the end of the day my whole goal is to make enough money from my online work to do it full-time, but I now also realize how misleading numbers can be. When I first started setting up little niche sites I became obsessed with checking to see how many visitors had landed on my pages. Each person landing on my sites was like a minor success, but I quickly realized that it didn’t mean anything if they hadn’t come to buy or at least with an interest in what I was selling. What my time with AIA has taught me is that 100 targeted visitors are much better than 1,000 who have no interest in what you are trying to do.

I still get a lot of e-mails asking me for All Inclusive Ads proof of success and I am still happy to provide those people with a list of numbers. As I said earlier though, I always try to temper that with the reality that I have put a lot of thought and hard work into the sites that I set up and the things that I sell. All Inclusive Ads and The Empower Network both work amazingly well and I will continue to use them as I really believe they will help me reach my final goal of working from home. They are the perfect addition to the hard work that I strive to do every day and they are an invaluable asset when it comes to driving targeted visitors to my sites, which is something that I know is one of my weaknesses in online business. Being able to see those numbers climb, important or not, tells me that AIA is doing its job brilliantly which frees me up to do the things that I do well.

With all that said my strategy remains pretty much unchanged from what I mentioned in my last update. I am using a couple of great tools to help me track down interesting little niches that I believe could be great little hidden treasures. I am also working at creating my own backlinks to add to those provided by AIA, which I do this by linking as many of my niche websites together as possible via articles with links. If you guys are anything like me then you probably landed here because you were looking for a positive All Inclusive Ads Review to help you decide whether or not to take the leap of faith. I found plenty of them when I started looking back in April and am happy to be able to add to that list. I hope those of you that choose to sign up with All Inclusive Ads can experience the same success that would cause you to write something positive about the program.

Jamie Myers

Okay, My Second Month Using All Inclusive Ads And A Few Thoughts…

It has been about a month since I first spoke to you all about my experience with All Inclusive Ads. As delighted as I was with my results during that initial period, I thought it might be a good idea to let you all in on how I have done since that last post.  As you may remember, I told you that I had made back my initial investment in just 2 short weeks. By the end of that first 30-day period at All Inclusive I had made a very tidy profit, but more importantly to me, the number of people subscribed to my newsletter had reached a level that was absolutely astounding to me. I understand that people are always wary to buy right off the bat and need a little coaxing, which is exactly the point of starting a newsletter in the first place.

For my second month on All Inclusive Ads I decided that it might be a good idea to start pushing my affiliate link for this great program, as well as for my main site. By the time that I started on my second month, my e-book affiliate site was averaging more than 100 visitors per day. Even though the vast majority of those were coming via the All Inclusive Ads program, I also started to notice that my followers were regularly starting to promote my program via social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. That was further proof that I was on the right track and that people were very quickly starting to trust what I had to say.

For my second month I decided to devote my newsletters to a combination of my main niche sites, as well as taking time to promote my All Inclusive Ads affiliate link. The way that I decided to attack that was to start off with a glowing All Inclusive Ads review, followed by regular updates of my traffic and sales figures. Since I already had the proof that I needed in terms of what I had achieved from my e-book site, I decided that it would be a good idea to use another program that I use (The Empower Network) as a test site, starting from scratch with no other advertising except inserting my link into All Inclusive Ads.

I used Empower Network to quickly create a WordPress site that I set up to sell a collection of 3 great e-books for $3. My idea was to show those that were part of my newsletter network just how effective both programs were, essentially providing real world All Inclusive Ads proof that could be easily verified. The reason I decided to go with those particular e-books was because I knew that all of the people in my list already had them as I gave them away as freebies when they signed up. That would allow them to see that any sales generated during the next 30 days would be from independent customers outside of my mailing list.

The second month started very much in the same way as my first, with about 7 or 8 new visitors hitting that new site in the first couple of days. By the end of the first week I was up to between 35-40 visitors per day and had sold no less than 9 of the e-book packages. When I posted the results of the first week in the newsletter, the results seemed to spur the people in my mailing list into action. I started to receive regular e-mails asking for more information on both All Inclusive Ads, as well as The Empower Network.

Most of the e-mails were asking for more proof of numbers from my other sites, which I was more than happy to provide. Potential customers will very quickly turn to paying ones when you can show them that the methods you are using work. That’s exactly what happened as 4 of the people in my mailing list signed up for both All Inclusive Ads and The Empower Network under my affiliate link. The money that I was making through the little e-book test package that I had put together was just a little bit of gravy when compared to the money that I could make through those affiliate sign-ups.

My goals for the month quickly changed, with my focus switching to getting those affiliates, whilst still realizing that the chances of that happening hinged on the continued success of my All Inclusive Ads campaign. I really needn’t have worried, especially since the numbers at that simple e-book site continued to soar, as did the sales. With each newsletter that shared those numbers went out, the interest in my affiliate links grew at the same rate.

By the end of my 30 day advertising co-op period, I had accumulated over 600 visitors to the e-book site, using nothing but All Inclusive Ads. I had also made 24 sales, and while that only meant $72 in my pocket, it was more than enough to show the people in my mailing list just how powerful the All Inclusive Ads program really is. That list had actually grown by more than 200 members in the same time period, and by the time all was said and done, I had 18 folks in my All Inclusive Ads downline and 11 in my Empower Network family. The money that I made from those sign-ups is perhaps a better example of how well AIA works than the success of my e-book test site.

As you have probably guessed by now, my strategy is to continue building my niche website network, using All Inclusive Ads as my sole advertising strategy. I am also in the process of converting a spare bedroom into a home office where I spend my free time researching keywords to see if I can track down profitable niches. My income is steadily on the rise and my goal is to eventually make enough every month so that I can quit my job and work from home full time. With the help of All Inclusive Ads, I believe that is something that I might be able to manage within a year.

Jamie Myers