Free or Paid Traffic? Which is Better?

Many affiliate marketers think that they can simply get on the Internet and build their business for free – especially with social media.And there are a lot of “gurus” out there teaching “free” online traffic strategies. So let’s discuss…Which strategy is better for you, “free” or paid traffic? Most affiliate marketers want big commissions, but they’re not willing to sacrifice anything in the process.They want to spend as little time as possible and invest as little money as possible.

With online marketing, there are endless options to advertise. Many new affiliates get caught up doing “free traffic” like blogging, email marketing, making YouTube videos, and the list goes on…But what they don’t realize is that even though free traffic doesn’t require a financial investment, it requires a HUGE time commitment – and never forget that TIME is your most valuable asset.

The good thing about paid traffic is it’s pretty much instant. 

With paid-traffic, you can see results immediately. You could go right now and place a Facebook Ad, and you would literally be getting clicks within 24 hours.Plus, when you spend money on an ad, you can monitor whether it works or not, how many clicks it gets, your number of leads, and how many sales you get. You can track all of these metrics.

But with the so-called “free” traffic methods, like blogging for example, very few people will tell you that blogging takes a ridiculous amount of time. And search-engine-optimization (SEO) can be very complicated these days. It’s a pretty steep learning curve for the average person getting started.

If you want to make it to the million-dollar level, you need to be investing real dollars, because you understand that it’s the only way to scale your business.

Nobody will ever get a million dollars in commissions on free traffic. It’s very hard to do.And when you really think about it, there is no such thing as free traffic, because your time is worth money. No matter what, you will always end up paying for it.I think you should do paid traffic from the very beginning, and hold off on free traffic like blogs until you already have a good list of subscribers.   My first big payday…

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I will never forget my first payday with online marketing. The hairs on my arms stood up on end as a rush of excitement ran through me.

Because I had just made $15,200 profit in one day from ONE customer.I discovered a simple 21-step training program that shows you how to send leads and earn up to $20,000 per customer – even if you have NO computer skills.In fact, it’s the Internet’s ONLY automatic system that deposits $1,250, $3,300, $9,000, and even $20,000 directly into your bank account – for every sale we make for you.

The system was created by Matt Lloyd, who used this exact system to pocket over $150 million in just six years.Matt just released a brand-new video explaining all the details on how to create six-figures or even seven-figures, for the rest of your life.

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Why Your Organic Facebook Reach is Declining?

It’s no secret that Facebook’s organic reach has been declining over the last few years. If you are a marketer and have noticed that fewer and fewer people seem to see your Facebook content unless it is boosted, you aren’t going crazy. That is happening and it’s because of the Facebook algorithm.

But there is a reason it is happening and there are ways to beat the algorithm and get your posts seen by the right people at the right time even with the decline in organic reach. Here is an explanation of what is happening to organic growth and how to beat the algorithm.

There’s too much content

 Everyone publishes content on Facebook now and everyone wants their content to be seen. That has created a very crowded Facebook newsfeed. Facebook noticed that people were becoming overloaded with content and that organic reach was declining despite the algorithm.

Getting your content seen on Facebook has become an intense competition. Every company is battling to have their content seen by their people. The problem is, many people are fans of companies that directly compete with each other.

Because of that direct competition, Facebook had to make a choice on which content was seen. That choice was driven by two things: content and relevancy.

Facebook wants to give you the content you want

 The extreme influx of new content forced Facebook to make decisions on which content was seen organically and which content wasn’t seen. Facebook has always had the goal of delivering people the content they want to see when they want to see it.

This means that whatever content is the most relevant to the Facebook user, that will be the content they will see. Facebook only wants to show people the content that they believe they want to see. Loading the newsfeed with everything that gets published every day is too much. It would drive people from Facebook.

In a nutshell, the relevancy measure is there to help you and Facebook users. There is no point in someone seeing your content if they won’t take action on it. Of course, that doesn’t make it any less frustrating for digital marketers.

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Thankfully, there is a way to surpass the algorithm and get the reach you want.

More Facebook ad spend equals more reach

 It’s not the ideal solution, but it’s the only one that seems to work every time. While video content and live video content have still managed to perform well organically despite the algorithm, Facebook is turning it’s platform into a largely pay for play model with companies.

Truth is, if you want your content seen, you have to pay for it. Facebook wants to make sure the users see the content from their friends, family, and pages they regularly visit first. If you want a spot on the newsfeed, you are going to have to pay for it.

As Facebook’s ads manager and ad tools have gotten more sophisticated, digital marketers have long been suspicious of the motives. There were rumblings of Facebook wanting to make advertisers hand over more and more money and unfortunately it seems like those rumbling were true.

While Facebook does still reward great content with good organic reach, if you are a brand, you have to pay to be seen. Facebook knows their worth. They know that their users are valuable and they know that brands have little choice but to pay to reach their followers.

Of course, you can still spend time on video and live video in an effort to cut advertising costs. There are plenty of ways to be creative and engage your Facebook followers. Embrace creativity and you will be able to beat the algorithm.

If you want to learn more about advertising on Facebook, my done-for-you system can help.