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Sixteen Lost Opportunities

Published on 4/14/2015
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I see it every day as an administrator.  Subscribers to safelists simply do not understand the POWER, and the OPPORTUNITY that abounds with Text Ad Exchanges (Safelists).  Likewise for Traffic Exchanges.
Many of the opportunities are subtle, tucked away in navigation menus that have the misfortune of being below the Set Up Advertising Button.   People rarely look at these features, let alone taking the time to review the eBook (lost opportunity #1) and eCourses (lost opportunity #3) , and even the video tours (lost opportunity #3) .  
The typical subscriber does not view or browse ads online through the Browse ad viewer for each type of ad (lost opportunity #4) .  Subscribers spend very little time logged in, if they login at all.  This puzzles me, because for simply logging in, clicking the Daily Bonus (lost opportunity #5) and redeeming the daily Login Bonus (lost opportunity #6) they can add between 2,000 and 6,000 credits to their account per day and free ads.
Other non-productive Subscriber behavior is (lost opportunity #7) failure to Browse Admin Ads.  These generously reward the subscriber huge amounts of credits for simply viewing the Admin ads.
Almost none of my subscribers  click the banners, hotlinks, nor traffic links on-site along the border, beneath the Nav menu, and in the footer of each page (lost opportunity #8) .  These are ALL worth points.   Likewise, for each ad displayed, subscribers can click the banners, hot links, and traffic links shown in the header of every ad (lost opportunity #9)  and the header/footer Solo Ads that are becoming more popular lately (lost opportunity #10) .
I know that the majority of "opens" I am seeing are from robots harvesting credits.  This in itself promotes the bad behavior patterns seen in subscribers.  They are simply there to get the points so they themselves can mail out their ads.  If subscribers actually took the time to VIEW the ads, there are so many "golden nuggets" hidden in  ads they could be viewing (lost opportunity #11).   
I have joined somewhere around 200 safelists.  A healthy percentage of them I took advantage of the OTO's, upgrade packages, login offers, firesales, and even auctions.   As an administrator, I must review every ad submitted by my subscribers.   I find the best deals, the best bonuses the best promo codes, and simply the best information from these ads.
Another missed opportunity is failure to take advantage of SuperNetwork Ads.  A single email can touch tens of thousands of subscribers (lost opportunity #12).   Everyone knows that marketing is a numbers game.  One single SuperNetwork ad costs significantly less than a Solo ad from Udimi or other  Solo Ad vendors.  The going rate for paid solo ads is about forty cents per click.  Because you are blasting SuperNetwork ads to tens of thousands subscribers, the CTR's (Click Through Ratios) might be low, but because you are touching so many subscribers, the NUMBER of Clicks per Ad could almost reach the number of clicks you pay forty cents each for.
On my safelists, nobody is using the free Viral Link Cloaker to mask and protect the links our subscribers submit. This puts the subscriber's Referral ID on every ad displayed, which is a proven strategy to increase referrals (lost opportunity #13).
And then there is the lack of referrals.   There are just so many advantages to bringing new members, but I am seeing the majority of referrals being brought in from the promos I run.  Referrals earn their up-line credits when they sign up, credits when they log in, and a percentage of the credits those referrals earn.  In addition, the referrer gets commission paid when referrals upgrade, and purchase ads (lost opportunity #14).  
Referrals are fresh eyes on YOUR ads, and you can email your referrals once per week with your own offers, or information that strengthens your TEAM.  This is rarely done by subscribers on my sites (lost opportunity #15).
And then there is the extensive Downline Builder that I have built up to allow members to recruit not only for my sites, but all the other safelists, traffic exchanges, and programs (lost opportunity #16).
Safelist email marketing has gotten a bad reputation as an ineffective advertising medium, as we also see in Traffic Exchanges.  The failure is not of the advertising medium, but with the subscribers who simply do not understand and use the potential of the media, and are either uneducated, or too lazy, to go that extra step by exploiting the technology and opportunities that are there already in front of them.
I invite you to visit my three  safelists: SoloAdsWork, Fun Solo Ads, and YouNeedTraffic   There are some killer bonuses for joining, and even better bonus rewards and promo codes when you upgrade.  Affordable, and powerful.  All you have to do is LEARN and USE what has been in front of you all along.
Rich Moyer
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