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An advantage of ezine advertising is that you know before you promote that you have a targeted audience that has already expressed an interest in your topic.
Also, subscriber and publisher most likely have a good relationship (considering subscriber has not left) and so your promotion comes with credibility and may get more attention.
One of keys to doing well with ezine advertising (for me) has been repeated ads in same ezine. I have found that my results are best in second of third promotion. However, if I get no results on my first mailing, I do not repeat that ezine again.
Warning: Not all ezines are same. Some will be major winners and others will be major flops.
#3: Directory Sites
Alright, here is controversial technique that I use very successfully. I know, I know, some of you will think that it is "wrong" - but in end, my job is to teach you how I get my traffic; that is exactly what I am going to do.
Directory sites are sites created by software that automatically build you a site which is 500 or more pages. These sites are just simply uploaded to a domain name. Most (if done right) tend to do well with search engines. That traffic is then forwarded to your mini-sites.
As you can see, we're holding fast to our policy of building a funnel system where we use large sites to bring in "no cost" search engine traffic (which is also highly targeted). However, all "selling" takes place on our mini-sites.
Large sites = Traffic Gathering Mini sites = Conversion Into Sales
Obviously there are many more techniques to use to attract traffic to your mini-sites such as banners, pay per click, link exchanging, etc... I just wanted to discuss top 3 that are easiest to implement and require least learning curve (in my opinion).
Anik Singal is a 21 year old successful internet marketer who has developed his own affiliate marketing system which helped him earn over $10,466 in just 60 days using mini-sites. Join his FREE Course at: http://www.AffiliateClassroom.com/free-course.html