"Do All ROIbot Ads Look Alike To You? .... They Aren't, And Here's Why!" copyright 2001-02 John Evans
ROIbot Ads Are NOT Created Equal!
Why not? Because they're all Different.
When reading ezine ads, how many times have you passed up an ad just because it had a 'ROIbot.com' web address?
Did you think "it's just another of same?" Or maybe think it was always from same merchant?
Believe me, they're not same. Here's why: The ROIbot system lets you 'code' your ads, so when your ROIbot URL is clicked on, you know which ezine ad your visitors clicked on. It's just a great way to know which ezines are 'pulling' for you, and which ads are most effective. "No Guess Work."
And it's such a simple process. Here's how it works: After you sign up, you'll have a username and password. The username will be one they give you. You can then log in to their site, and build your own "ad campaign."
Here's an example: Suppose you have a web page selling 'Super-Duper Plan A', and your own web page for it is 'www.mysite.com/super'. This is URL you want visitors to come to.
So, you go into your ROIbot Campaign Management page to set it up. In first window, you type in an abbreviation for ezine and/or ad you want to use. We'll use "All-In One Ezine" as an example, and abbreviate it 'allin'.
In next window, type in URL you want people to go to. In our example, it would be 'http://www.mysite.com/super'.