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Using Landing Pages To Signup New Yoga Students

Press releases are a great way to get the word out about your Yoga studio, but it’s very untargeted and not many local people will see the release. You could also look for local businesses in your community to place your flyers in exchange for them placing theirs at your gym. This too is very untargeted, although a cheap form of advertising. The question is how to find the most monied people within 3 to 5 miles of your fitness gym. This is where Facebook advertising comes in.

Forget about boosting posts on your timeline. You need to setup a campaign to a targeting group of people. In the video below, Chris Sewell shows you how to do just that. He walks you through a proven Facebook campaign, from ad to landing page to thank you page to retargeting ad.

If you want to see how to attract new students to your Yoga studio using Facebook ads, click here to watch Chris Sewell’s video.

What could you do with an extra $333.71 each day anyway?

It doesn’t make you rich.

However, it can cover a new car payment if your family really needs a new car. For a single person, $333.71 covers your grocery bill for the month.

It can also cover gas, electric, cell phone, and your cable bill for one month.

$333.71 can do a lot to change your life in a major way. So, imagine getting this $333.71 everyday for the rest of your life.

That’s what I want to show in this report using a traffic source called Adfly.

A 15 year old kid in Kansas is doing this right now. If this 15 year old can do it, so can you.

What The Heck Is Adfly?

Adfly is a URL shortening service. I’m sure you’ve seen shortened URLs on Twitter that look like this…

Notice the “adf.ly/acJ7q8” at the end of the Tweet.

When you put “adf.ly/acJ7q8” in your browser, it takes you to this strange website.

As you can see, this is a very long URL.

People use URL shortening services to convert long URLs to shorter URLs that can be used in tweets, blog posts, or any place you want a neater looking URL.

You won’t use Adfly as a URL shortening service.

You’ll use it as a traffic source to make money.

Hopefully, $333.71 a day like the 15 year old in Kansas does. The traffic on Adfly is created by the people who use the service.

When you click on “adf.ly/acJ7q8” you see this…

This is called an “Interstitial Ad” because the ad displays for a full 5 seconds before the viewer can go to logo designs.

They simply click the “SKIP AD” link at the top right corner to move forward to the website.

So what does this mean to you and making money.

It means all you need to do is buy dirty cheap ad placements on the Adfly platform offering products or services that can make you money.

You’ll do this with CPA networks, which stands for “Cost Per Action”. I’ll go deeper into these CPA networks soon.