It’s like, why should I focus on outer
traffic channels? I should just focus all my time in Google, Facebook, and
YouTube because those are the three major biggest channels. Which one has been most successful for you?
I guess volume-wise, it’s still Facebook, I assume. In terms of
profitability, any pointers to what should people look at? What kind of
traffic sources? For right now, I think for us we’re still looking at Facebook.
I mean, still no doubt Facebook is tough, getting tough, but it’s still
the most profitable one for us for sure. That was a very diplomatic answer, but
what’s the second best? Second best. I think for us, we see things more in
terms of a skill. I mean, definitely there’s others like SEO, like
Google shopping, that’s all good. The ROAS goes through the roof
when comparing Facebook and everything, but it’s the same
concept that I mentioned a couple of years ago at AWE.
If you’re driving let’s say a $1 million per month and probably
another source could be like 10x, 20x ROAS but it’s only probably generating
like 10% it doesn’t matter. So for example, dropshipping’s profit
could be very little, like 10%, 20%, 30%. I mean, 30% is good back in those days, but probably like Angus is driving like
9-figures per year. Given that small percentage those are still
crazy profits and everything. So it’s more like, a lot of people have to
see this more like a business and in terms of scalability and which traffic source brings the most volume. So I kinda had a few
chats with Ezra as well. So it’s like, why should I focus on other traffic channels?
I should just focus all my time in Google, Facebook, and
YouTube because those are the three major biggest channels.
And a few guys I’ve met are saying that native is good. So we’re gonna
start testing out a little bit more like native, probably Snapchat as well after
speaking with them. So yeah, definitely a lot of like —
Don’t forget about TikTok too right. Yeah, TikTok’s great but I’m not sure how
converting it will be, so we’ll test it out too.