Is Newspaper Advertising Dead?
Ever since I joined network marketing and the home business space, internet marketing has been the thing. Everyone wants to learn social media tactics, email list building, paid ads and solo ads. But what about newspaper advertising, is that dead?
I have heard stories of the golden day MLMers who would take loans out just to be able to afford to get an advert in their local newspaper, and for many they would get some good results. But times have changed or have they?
Last week I discovered a curious website called newspapersalive.com
At Newspapers Alive they offer traffic packages with daily visitors to your website starting at just $60 per month for 200 - 250 daily visitors, which you'll have to admit is impressive. I mean for paid ads to get you that kind of traffic you are looking at more like $100 - $200 a day!
It works by ads in newspapers right across the USA and Canada, covering over 30000 towns and cities in all. These ads are designed to attract people from the make money from home niche which you can then drive to any offer you have that may help them to get what they want.
And that's not all you can they have an affiliate program that goes 5 levels deep meaning you could (if you wanted to) cover your cost of using the system by bring in a few of your team mates with you. In fact it's so rewarding I know someone who uses Newspapersalive.com just to bring people in to Newspapersalive.com!
For my full review of this system visit my blog here
Although I am new to the system I have to confess I am very impressed and think I will stick with my package. The other thing I like is that they will only sell you a package if they have enough traffic to provide you with your daily clicks, this shows they care more about you then selling traffic they don't have. In fact it's so popular currently the only package available is the $60 package, with a waiting list for the higher traffic packages!
Plus right now if you become an active user, and refer 3 other active users you get 100 - 150 daily clicks from Canada for free... now that is insane!
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