But the process of buying solo ads from certain vendors started to frustrate me because most of them had VERY confusing sites. When first landing on their sites… my first reactions were "What packages do they offer? What’s the price? When do they have availability, when can I book a spot, and how do I book a spot?"
It became a hassle to try and find everything I needed. I spent hours sending emails that inquired about prices, availability, and payments.
Over time, it just got frustrating because it was so time-consuming. I kept thinking to myself "I could set up a much better site than these!"
Let’s face it, if you want your solo ad business to really profit, you’ve got to make it easy for potential customers to find what they need.
Not only that, but you want to stand out from all the rest of the boring, boiler-plate looking websites. You need something specifically for YOU and your solo ad business.
Well, in the past, you only had 2 choices. Hire an expensive website designer for $2,000 to $3,000 to make a great looking site. Or learn how to create websites yourself… and spend weeks trying to learn how to design and do it the right way.
But since I understood web design and how to set up a professional looking site… I knew I could use my web design skills to create the perfect site for a solo ad provider. Something that would help you take payments, manage inquiries, show prospects your calendar, packages, and availability… and allow customers to book… Read more…