After launching my WSO yesterday, I decided that I would go ahead and launch my first Warrior classified ad.I figured since I made some money from flipping websites this week, I would re-invest some of it to launch my first classified ad.
I have heard a lot of people talking about how they can get more exposure to their products and websites using the Warrior Forum.
This is another method that is taught in the PLR ATM by Tiffany Lambert. Today, I will spend the day implementing some other strategies that I can use to help me drive traffic to my Any Niche PLR store.
She has a lot of great tips to help get more traffic to the site, I just have not taken the time to implement them all.
How To Create A Warrior Classified
If you have browsed through the classified section, then you know that it is different than the Warrior Special section. I thought that I was going to be able to use the same exact template as the one that I used yesterday for my WSO.
However, I actually had to spend some time deleting sections from it and adding more sections.
This took a while as I am not that familiar with BB code. It actually took me an hour to get it looking the way that I wanted to.
7 Steps To Create A Warrior Classified Ad?
Setting up a Warrior Classified ad is just like setting up a WSO. The great thing is that it only costs $20 as opposed to the $40 it costs to run a WSO.And supposedly it stays on the front page longer than a WSO.
Now I don’t consider myself an expert as this is my first Warrior Classified Ad. But I wanted to share with you the steps that I took when I launched my first Warrior classified ad this morning.
Step one: Log into your Warrior Forum account.
Step Two: Click on the following link, Warrior Forum – Internet Marketing
Step Three: Click on the classified ad setup link
Once you click on the Warrior Forum Classified Ads, you will be taken to a thread. Click on “New Thread.”
You will then start writing your offer. One of the tips that I have found from writing my classified ad, is that you should write it on a Word document. This will prevent you from losing it and I like to save my template so I can use it again later on.
Step Four: BB code. One of the reasons that writing a WSO and a classified ad can be so confusing is because they require you to use BB Code. Most people are familiar with the typical HTML to set up sales pages. Here is a great link you will want to check out to learn more about BB code.
Step Five: Product Delivery System: Most people use Warrior Plus Pro to deliver their digital products. I personally have not used that, so I will not be able to provide you with the details for the setup of that.
I personally choose to use DLGuard to deliver my products. One reason is because it does not cost me anymore to use this method to deliver the products I sell.
If you use Warrior Plus Pro, I believe that it costs $20 every time you want to run a WSO.
I don’t think this is a great expense for me, especially since I am not that well-known in the Warrior Forum.
Of course it is up to you how to you choose to deliver your product. The thing that I like about DLGuard is that it allows you to promote multiple products on several different sites.
When you purchase it you get two licenses and can use them for several different sites.
You can find out more about DLGuard by visiting the official site.
Step Six: Test and tweak your classified ad. Once you have written your classified ad, past it inside the thread and click on preview. This will allow you to preview what your classified ad will be.
You will find out that you have to keep tweaking it until you get it to look exactly like you want it to.
After you are happy with the page, be sure to save a copy of the template somewhere on your computer. It will make it easier to get your next classified ad up and running quickly.
Don’t forget to add tags to your offer before you submit it for approval.
Step Seven: Submit the thread and wait for it to be approved. Once it is approved, they will send you a notification to your inbox and your classified ad will go live the instant you make the payment.
So these are the steps that I took when I launched my first Warrior classified ad this morning. I just wanted to share them with you to hopefully help you realize that it’s not that difficult.
The best thing is that as I continue to launch more WSO’s and classified ads, I will become more well-known on the forum.
Which is my whole point of launching WSO’s and classified ads. Right now, no one really knows me, so I need to get out there and get some exposure and begin building some relationships.
Time To Share
Have you ever launched a Warrior classified ad? Do you think that you will ever launch one in the near future and if so do you think the steps that I laid out will help you get one set up easier?
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