Today we take a look at the HQ Solo Ads website. What is HQ Solo Ad all about? Is it a scam or do their service work? These are some of the main questions this review will focus on. Ok, here we go!
Product: HQ Solo Ad
Owner: Elad Barshishat
Price: Depends on what package you buy (read further down)
Who is it for: People in the “make money online” niche looking to advertise
Overall Rating: (3.5 / 5)
What is HQ Solo Ad about?
The name says it all, this is an advertising service, a solo ads service to be more correct. Their super-short promo video explains how the service works. Click play below to see it for 45 seconds:
I first came in contact with the company through Facebook where I was contacted by a beautiful young woman with a private message where she offered advertising services to me. She laid it out so it sounded interesting and I decided to give it a try. Then another (also beautiful) women contacted me on Facebook about the same company… Hmm, do they only got beautiful women working as their agents??
It felt like I just had to try this and discover if the quality of the service was just as good as it sounds from all the testimonials on their website with happy users.
How does it work?
To start using their service is very easy, you pick one of the “click packages” and choose the one you want, then you simply fill in the website of your choice that you want people to click on.
What tier to choose?
First of all, you have to decide if you want to buy from the tier 1 section or the Tier 2 section.
The difference is that Tier 1 will only show your ad to people living in the top 5 English speaking countries (most likely to buy something) U.S.A, Canada, Australia, England, Ireland
The other tier (2) will show your ad to people from all over the world. This option is cheaper than the tier 1 option.
What results can you expect?
Personally, I ordered the 100 click tier 1 package (costs $149) and it took 4 days before my campaign went live (even if it was scheduled 3 days later they managed to get it up and running faster). That is a plus of course.
my results from the campaign were actually 46 opt-ins on those 100 clicks so I have to say that I am satisfied with that.
Now I have to wait and see what the sales rate will be from that 46 opt-ins. I expect to see at least 1 sale (maybe even 2) from those opt-ins and will update this review in 1 month with details on how many sales I got out of those leads captured.
Ok, this update was supposed to come after 1 month but better late than never, right? 🙂 Well, just want to say that I didn´t make any sales from all of the opt-ins I got, however, I have tried another service that got me sales.
If you want to read about that one instead click here (this link give you a $5 coupon)
Is HQ Solo Ad a scam?
So, is HQ Solo Ad a scam? I have to say that I was a bit skeptical in the beginning as it sounded a bit too good to be true, and then all the beautiful women on Facebook contacting me trying to convince me to try the service…
Were their accounts even real? Checked them out and have to say that they look pretty real to me.
Anyway, I would say that 46 opt-ins from 100 clicks are good results.
So, for now, I would absolutely not call this a scam.
How is the support?
The support that I received is good, beautiful girls answering whatever question you may have. What more can you ask for? 🙂
- Super simple service to use (all you need to provide them with is a landing page/opt-in page)
- Good results
- Good support
- If you want you can write your ad