Do Solo Ads Work For Anyone But The Person Selling Them?

Do solo ads really work for anyone other than solo ad sellers?

If not, why is everyone talking about them?

If they do, how do you know if they’ll work for you without dropping thousands of dollars on traffic tests?

Find out whether solo ads are for you now


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Jonathan: You are listening to The List Building Lifestyle Show. I am glad you're
here, but the guy who's even gladder... I doubt that's the word, "gladder", is Mr.
Igor Kheifets, the King of Solo Ads. No wait, wait, wait. What are you? What's
your title now Igor?

Igor: I'm the pimp daddy of Solo Ads or something like that.

Jonathan: Pimp daddy of Solo Ads. Oh God, you need a gold chalice. [laughter]

Igor: [laughter] And a fur hat.

Jonathan: Yes, yes, I like the visual. In fact, think about that for a second when
you're doing your next images for any ads you do, you with a chalice and a fur
hat. [laughter]

Igor: Done. Done. Challenge accepted. Challenge accepted.

Jonathan: Good stuff, Igor. So today's kind of interesting because you left us off
saying that we were going to talk about something, and we're 140 episodes in, we
should have probably talked about this before, but we're talking about do Solo Ads
really work. Is that right?

Igor: You mean for anyone besides the guy who sells them, right?

Jonathan: Well I was trying to set that up, yeah, because that's my first
question. I was going to play investigative reporter and nail you with that. Do
they work for anybody else other than the people selling them? So let's start
right there, brother. Do they?

Igor: Yes.

Jonathan: [laughter]

Igor: In spite of everybody else beliefs, right? In fact, Solo Ads have a really
bad name, and it's surprising that like a lot of people are surprised I'm still
doing them after all these years, because a lot of the folks that started out
around the same time as I did selling Solo Ads and buying them for profit,
basically buying them, converting them and then building a list, selling them. A
lot of those people quit the business a long time ago including the guy who taught
me Solo Ads. Some of them were trying to make a comeback recently, but failed, but
most of them just quit and moved on. Like one of my top students who was doing a
lot, like he was selling a good 150,000 maybe even 250,000 clicks per month at a
very low price though, okay, got to give you that, like 27, 30 cents per click, he
quit so it's a long time ago and moved into e-commerce. He now sells like, things
that, he says, things that people actually want to buy. As if people don't want to
buy traffic, as if people want by marketing education, as if people don't want to
buy it like podcasting support. You know what I mean? So he's got this mindset
that basically says that we are selling something that people don't want to buy
and we're almost tricking them into buying the stuff. So he felt bad about it, if
you will. Solo Ads and Solo Ad sellers in particular have this really bad
reputation, and a lot of people steer away from them because they feel it's a)
really bad traffic source. In spite of as I mentioned the previous episode, I seem
to be getting better results with this sort of traffic than Facebook Ads, the
traffic that everybody seems to blow out of proportion and put on the pedestal
these days. I think it's a really false, just a false idea. I think that whoever
is promoting... There are basically several niches for Solo Ads. I primarily
specialize on business opportunity/make money online/work from home, but let's say
might my friend Harris Spellman he's got publishers in a survival niche. Believe
it or not, he's doing a lot of business in the survival niche market, and Solo Ads
are really big there. In fact, what we consider to be a big fish in the Solo Ads
best in the business opportunity space, somebody who say buys 10,000 every month,
that's just peanuts for survival. In the survival market, a big media buyer is
somebody who's buying like 100,000 clicks per month.

Jonathan: Wow.

Igor: Yeah, every month, every month of the year. There's also weight loss, a lot
of traffic in weight loss, a lot of traffic in the supplement game, in the
supplement niche, a lot of traffic in the real estate market.

Jonathan: Real estate, really?

Igor: Yeah. Yeah, yeah. So there's a bunch of niches for Solo Ads, and it seems to
me that the amount, the amount of people selling Solo Ads in a particular niche is
in direct proportion to how strict the ad networks are towards that particular
niche. So for instance, you will have a much easier time building your business
with Solo Ads in the dating niche compared to if you try doing like Google Ad
Words or Facebook Ads.

Jonathan: Interesting.

Igor: Makes sense?

Jonathan: Yeah.

Igor: Because the networks are so strict and Google Ad Words, if you're getting
past the barriers, then you have to pay a lot of money per every click, but with
Facebook Ads I hear that they just shut you down altogether.

Jonathan: Right.

Igor: So naturally, Solo Ads, there's just no barrier for entry besides your
budget, and your budget could be as little as, I don't know, $500 a month or $300
a month and as large as unlimited. So there's like a Solo Ad for every pocket, if
you will. So the one thing to consider when you're thinking about using Solo Ads
and whether they can work for you is basically your niche and your offer. Okay? So
again if you're operating a niche that's really difficult to get approved in that
network, or is really, really competitive then Solo Ads is probably a good option
for you. Now the other thing to consider is what's your budget, because a lot of
people believe that if you've got a small budget, you're better off doing
something like Facebook Ads for instance, because you can set your budget to be $5
a day or something. But truth of the matter is with $5 a day you'd get nowhere. In
fact, even if you're only doing retargeting, which is useful, even then you need a
good $20 a day to pull any serious results. Not to mention that you go through a
whole phase of literally thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars that you
were just testing.

Jonathan: Right.

Igor: You just testing. Not to mention, okay, and this is a big one, not to
mention you really have to know your shit like you really have to be a skillful
media buyer. You have to understand tracking, you have to understand offers, you
have to understand how to write your own copy, you have to understand human
psychology and stop them when they scroll through the news feed. Like you have to
do a lot of technical and marketing work just to get going, and it's going to cost
you not just in the ad spend, but all the education and the tools that you're
going to buy just to get your foot in the door. And all that is unnecessary with
Solo Ads where you just work with the person, who has the traffic, give them some
money, give them your link, give them your creative if they ask for it, and you
run. And that's it. No wait, no buffer, no testing. Just run the damn thing. So
your offer and your budget. Now, what kind of budget do you need? I would say in
my space, okay, in the space that I'm operating in, you can get start with as
little as $100, maybe $200 if you're going for some cheap traffic. But I would say
a good place to start is about $500, maybe $700. Okay? That would get you some
test going. And then you can scale, of course. So budget is definitely something
to consider. If you've got less than $500 then you can either hope to be really
lucky to find a seller that is charging you little money if you want to want
traffic and they got good clicks, like say instance my friend Danny White. Danny
White has good, solid traffic, but he' afraid to charge you more money, and that's
his problem. I've told him many times, "Raise your prices dude, you need it to
operate." Because email delivery is getting stricter every day, everything's
getting more expensive, so you got to kind of keep up. So just a matter of time
before he raises prices, but for now, if you're looking for cheap quality clicks,
you can hit him up. You can also work with my friend Harris, who I mentioned
earlier. He's got some cheaper traffic options as well, although it's not as
quality as some of his higher priced options. So then the next thing is a skill
set. So just like I mentioned with Facebook Ads or Google Ad Words, there's a lot
of technical stuff to do like my first stab at Google Ad Words and Facebook was
after I became successful, and by hiring an agency. Because I for one did not know
where to even get started with all the pixels you've got to please and all that
stuff. So feeling so overwhelmed for a while, I just hired an agency and they did
it for me, and I watched them do it. You know how much time it took an agency to
set me up with Facebook and then with Google Ad Words?

Jonathan: How long?

Igor: A month and a half.

Jonathan: What? The agency that does it every day?

Igor: An agency. An agency, okay? Because they had to place all the pixels, they
had to write a bunch of different ads, they had to make sure that retargeting ads
are running, they had to create a different ad sets and placements and all that
stuff, so it took them a month and a frickin’ half. Okay? And so it could, I mean
for a newbie, if you're just getting started, that's not going to happen.

Jonathan: No way.

Igor: Right? You're not going to do it. You're looking for something that's easy
and quick, and that's why Solo Ads are so much better, because it's the... Damn
it, it's the pill you take. You know what, I hate selling it like that, I hate,
but the idea. Okay, just grasp the idea. It's the difference between either
walking 50 miles or riding a mechanical bicycle for 50 miles, or just jumping in
the car and driving with comfortable leather seats and air conditioning and the
stereo on. So that's the difference between Solo Ads and something like Facebook
ads for instance. The other part is that, the mindset. Okay? The mindset with say
Google Ad Words or SEO is instant mindset. In other words, if I'm selling say
water, okay? I am naturally going to target somebody who's thirsty. Let's just
hypothetically say that somebody who's thirsty Googles water. [laughter] They're
obviously not smart enough to just walk to a refrigerator or drink from the toilet
or something if they're really desperate.

Jonathan: [laughter]

Igor: Let's just say they're Googling for water. In Google Ad Words or SEO, if I'm
optimizing for a keyword "I'm thirsty, where can I get some water" I'm expecting
for the sale to happen right there, because the prospect is looking for that
solution right now. It might not be the same thing with Facebook Ads where you're
almost looking to tag somebody, and then start just following them around. Like
just become a part of their existence right until they feel so comfortable they
check you out, and if you're lucky, you're also hitting somebody that experiences
that problem that very second although it's not quite so. Because I remember going
to a seminar in March, I was in a seminar and at the time I was already doing
Facebook Ads and were really like doing retargeting, heavily retargeting our
audience, and I met a bunch of people who were basically in that audience. And so
there was what one couple, the husband he was really big, like giant. Okay, man?
Giant, like giant, like huge hands, he could crush my head like this. And his
wife. Really nice people. Okay? Really nice people, and they were just getting
started with a program by Shaquille Hussein called The Wealth Academy. They were
still like going through the motions; they're not ready to buy traffic just yet.
So but what the lady said to me was really profound, she said, "Igor, oh I
recognized your face and I had to come talk to you because you're the first person
and the last person I see before I go to bed and when I wake up in the morning."

Jonathan: Oh, wow.

Igor: Now this means that she sees my ad daily; she sees it immediately as soon as
she opens up her cell phone and starts scrolling through the feed, but she has not
applied. She has not been working with us even to this day. So she says, "One of
these days I'm going to come talk to you, but because I see you all the time." So
in other words, Facebook Ads almost serves as a way to place the seeds, to plant
the seed in their mind, so when you need traffic you will come talk to you Igor
when I count to three and flick my fingers."

Jonathan: [laughter]

Igor: With Solo Ads, it's a slightly different game to those two. It's not
instant, instant, instant, but it's also not as delayed as Facebook Ads. What it
is, is that you're advertising to a targeted audience that's already expressing an
interest in what you're selling. So if you're promoting a dating course for let's
just say divorced men, you can find a list of people that are interested in dating
advice, and chances are, a lot of these guys will be divorced men who are looking
to get back in the game. So when you email, you will hit your target demographic
in a significant way. I mean maybe not entire mailing will be a great fit, but a
lot of it will be, and some of them will be in the mindset of, "Okay, I'm ready
for that solution right now. I am at that stage where I'm looking, actively
looking for a solution." Or, which is my favorite type of customer, "I'm the 10
percenter." Okay, the 10 percenter is somebody who is buying everything in a
certain category. Like I'm the 10 percenter for technology, for Mac technology,
for Apple technology. Like right now I am recording this with a brand new MacBook
Pro. I have the most recent iPhone 7, or whatever the most recent one is, back
home I got an iPad, I got three more MacBooks, I got an iMac, which is like the
big computer. Right? My wife has an iPhone, my mom has an iPhone, my dad has an
iPhone, which I paid for all of them. My daughter has one, but I don't let her use
it for more than an hour a day. Basically, I'm the 10 percenter for Apple. Like
whatever is Apple putting out, I'm going to get it. So there are actually people
like that in every marketplace. And the beautiful part about targeting, like using
Solo Ads, is that a lot of these people are on a bunch of different lists. This is
why sometimes, when you run Solo Ads from several different sources in your
category you'll see that it's the same people applying and then seeing you.
Because they're on everybody's list, they're buying everything. So just like, you
know, I am the 10 percenter, just like you Jonathan, you know, we're the 10
percenters for the internet marketing space. Because we bought products from Frank
Kern, from Ryan Dice, from Russell Bronson, from Anik Singal from whoever is hot today.
Brendon Bouchard, you name it. Right? So we buy from everybody. We're the 10
percenters. And these are really the greatest customers that you can hope to get
if you're a newbie and you're just getting started with your business. Because
these customers pay less attention to the proof element and they do less of a
research, if you will. All they want is to get that thing that helps them get...
Like they chase some sort of feeling sometimes, it's like junkies.

Jonathan: [laughter]

Igor: You know what I mean?

Jonathan: That's funny. Yeah, because you say that and I'm like, "Shit, you're not
supposed to be talking about my addiction here. This is not what this is about."

Igor: But that's what they do, they just want to buy shit, they just want to get
that. It's like why does a guy who owns five super cars, like a Ferrari, a
Porsche, etc. Why does that same guy goes out and buys a Tesla? Let's just assume
that he doesn't really care much about the environment, but he's buying the car
because it's fucking cool.

Jonathan: Yeah.

Igor: Because that's what he does, that's his stupid money if you will, that's his
passion. Like he wants to spend money on cars. Just like I spend a lot of money on
technology. And even though I justify it to myself saying, "Well I'm an internet
marketer. I have to be. I have to use the best technology because I'm a top
internet marketer." But the truth of matter is, I get a feeling, I get a kick out
of buying all the stuff, and I feel really good when other people walk into this
coffee shop and they look at me like, "Oh, shit, he's got the new Mac." Oh yeah,

Jonathan: [laughter] Status. You got some status there. So I want to go back to a
couple things because I wrote a couple notes here, and so let's start with these
two pieces that fit together, and then we'll go back to another one. But you
talked about the set up and all the time it takes, and the knowledge and
technology and everything to get your Facebook Ads going, and then the whole
purpose to a Facebook Ad is to pixel somebody so that you could follow them
around, and correct me if I'm wrong but it almost sounds like when you compared it
to Solo Ads, it's like you're hopping on somebody else's pixel, right? It's an
audience that is already proven to like this concept, and you get to go straight
to them without any setup. Is that right?

Igor: Yeah, that's exactly. If somebody went out there and spent money to help
their target market raise their hand and take some driven action, even if it's
just an opt in, even if they didn't purchase anything, although you're really
better off buying traffic from lists that have buyers in them, right? But even if
they only opted in to show interest in the bribe or something, in like an opt in
bribe that talks about the five never fail pick up lines for men over 40 with
hairy legs and awkward faces.

Jonathan: Beer bellies and bald heads. [laughter]

Igor: Yeah, exactly. So even if it's just that, you're way better targeting that
audience than going on Facebook and starting a series of ads to people who liked
David D'Angelo or whoever else is good, like Julien, the dating guru. So you're
much better off than doing that because Facebook just doesn't, it's just not that
targeted. So just like on Facebook when you have somebody clicking on your page
showing interest and you can like pixel them, and you can then build an audience,
which is actually, by the way it's yours. I researched this some time ago and
turns out that the retargeting and custom audiences you're building are your
audiences and you're welcome to advertise anything you want to these audiences,
which means now you can do, you can create much better results with Solo Ads if
you're smart and you place a pixel on your landing page, and all of your thank you
pages, and then you can actually follow around those people, you can follow them
around and Facebook and other retargeting platforms so you're basically using
Facebook Ads, or again whatever the platform is, and Solo Ads combined together to
create like a hybrid version if you will, which is smart. It's really, really
smart, the smart thing to do.

Jonathan: Now another thing along that line that I wanted to just bring back, and
it's funny that we're talking Facebook Ads but I think that it's important that
people know that you do study different traffic sources, you are out there always
looking and you're out there testing, because at the end of day you're trying to
get traffic. I mean that's your thing, is traffic. We can call it whatever we
want, but you're a traffic man is far as I'm concerned. So this rumor, there used
to be a rumor and I think we both know this because we are playing around with
Facebook Ads quite a lot now, that you could do Facebook ads for $5 a day. How
much BS is that?

Igor: [laughter] You know what, I'll answer that with the following statistic if
you will. In my testing phase, in the recent 26 or 25 days I spent $3800 now on
just testing, and I showed you my results before we sat down today, and it's I
mean you will not get anywhere with $5 dollars a day. And you know why? Because
that was possible, this rumor, I mean it originates few years ago, because that
was possible when Facebook just started. But if you scroll through your news feed
today and see the amount of competition that you're fighting against and every
single one of them will try to outbid you, what it does, it raises the bids,
right? And so the same thing that happened with Google Ad Words a long time ago
were competitive key words became unprofitable simply because they were too
expensive to bid on due to the competition. Same thing happens on Facebook. Okay?
You will be the last. If you're only bidding $5 you'll be the last person to show
up on their feed after someone else has already milked them. If you really believe
that there is such thing as customer sharing for example, and you believe that you
can sell like a product to them after the purchased a similar product from
somebody else, then you may try $5 a day strategy, it may work for you, who knows.
I don't have much hope for you in this case, but you may give it a shot. But if
you're somebody who needs to be there first, if you're selling a program that
basically, or a program, or a solution, so if they buy that solution, they don't
need any other solutions past that, or maybe if they're looking for other solution
but they have a very limited budget and you have to be the first one, you cannot
do it at $5 a day. You will get crushed. I mean with all the ad agencies today,
it's not going to happen. I mean of course everybody's trying, you know, everybody
tries to minimize their ad cost, everybody tries to drive clicks at a lower price,
but it doesn't mean that they're spending less money; it just means that they're
trying to minimize their acquisition costs. Because as soon as their acquisition
cost is minimized, what happens? They scale it.

Jonathan: Ramp up.

Igor: As soon as they bring down their cost per opt in from like say $20 an opt in
or $10 an opt in to save $5 an opt in, they double their ad budget, because
they're not getting twice as many ads for the same money.

Jonathan: Now I hear almost like a paradigm shift because when you talk about
Facebook you talk about the other advertisers in there being your competition,
eating your lunch, being able to bid more than you, and when I turn around and
look at Solo Ads, it's almost like a cooperation thing, right? Because this person
already went out and did that work, and now they're allowing you to ride on that

Igor: Exactly. That is why you will only find Solo Ads in a highly competitive
marketplaces. Big ones like Biz Op, MLM, weight loss, dating, forex, survival.
And the reason for that is because there are a lot of people and a lot of marketer
and companies in these markets that are marketing and building lists and really
working hard to drive on their lead generation. So because there are so many of
them, there's lots of options for you, and you can go and you can tap their
audiences, and they welcome that because, well they know there's plenty of money
to go around for everybody, and they also make money from their list. Just like
Facebook creates this audience to sell advertising to, just like Google creates
the audience to sell advertising to, a smart list owner understands that when
they've done like five day promotion to their list selling their own survival
product, they can do like a Solo Ad mailing for somebody else, selling a product
in a similar niche, but perhaps with a different USP. Like here's a great example.
Let's just say I got a survival list and I teach people how to live after the
nuclear apocalypse, whatever. I mean I'm really not connected with that market, so
I don't know; it's very hard for me to come up with the example.

Jonathan: [laughter]

Igor: But you know what? If I got a product that a survival-oriented or is a good
fit for people who are interested in survival, for instance a product that teaches
how to make drinking water out of your pee, okay, so if somebody is concerned
about nuclear apocalypse, which naturally can wipe out your water supply, I think
that's a possibility, then they will probably take interest in a system or some
do-hickey or whatever that when you pee into it, and then it turns your pee into
drinking water, because it will help them survive the nuclear apocalypse. Okay? So
that's an example of why customer sharing makes a lot of sense here. Now you can
also, of course you can say that, well if I know who like who start getting like
survival stuff on Facebook and then I advertise my turn pee into water product to
that marketplace on Facebook, well the problem with that is going to be is that
some going to be a target mailing to the list. Right? A) you're going to be
advertising to a ton cold audience. So if you're only targeting their fan page
with say a 100,000 likes, 90% of that traffic is just nothing, is just
impressions. You're just going to be paying for making impressions. In contrary to
as you mentioned Jonathan couple of minutes ago, if you're marketing to the list,
these are the people who are really interested. They have acted, they have jumped
through a barrier, they have done something to show, "Hey, I'm at least an extent
interested. I'm not super cold; I am actually engaging and reading about this

Jonathan: Yeah. What I thought about, as a quick example, and then I have one more
quick question, was I'm doing a promo to my survival list for a new awesome
survival flashlight, and after my promo is over, you come in and drop a Solo Ad
for your new super batteries, and that way it's a perfect match but we're not
competing, and we know that they're interested and that's kind of what I'm getting
from you. So one other thing that I wanted to ask you about Solo Ads that you
brought up really early in this conversation was tiers. You said people have tiers
of traffic, some traffic is better than other traffic. Could you just tell us a
little bit about that?

Igor: Yeah, sure. So let's just take my friend Harris for example. He's got like a
stable of publishers. A publisher, in case you don't know, is somebody who's got a
list basically, is willing to offer mailings to the list. So Harris' got quite
literally dozens and dozens and dozens of them, and they're all of different
quality. He knows. Like that's why he's so valuable, because a) he's got access to
them, and he negotiated pricing with them, that you would be able to get
otherwise, and b) he knows who can do what? Like so when you approach him and you
and you have a certain offer, let's just say it's a survival offer, you know with
your battery whatever, so he knows which publisher will be more likely to get you
good results. And if we're talking about a bit of a broader category, if you will,
then let's just take weight loss. So let's say he's got like three different
publishers. The first one is always mailing to a list that is built with people
who download a diet e-book. And it's just that, like a diet e-book, no gender
specificity, no age, no nothing. The other one will be somebody who's doing a much
better segmenting to their list, and let's just say they mostly got you know women
over 30 who are looking to lose weight fast without working out. So that's very
specific, right? So that's going to cost more money. Especially for somebody who's
got a product targeted towards women over 30 looking to lose weight fast towards
say something like high school reunion or a friend's wedding or something. And
maybe the last list is prospects and buyers of a weight loss system, like Six Pack
Abs or something, like you know, The Six Pack Abs?

Jonathan: Yeah.

Igor: Or what was it, it's clickbank bestseller?

Jonathan: Is it the Asian guy? I can almost see the images.

Igor: No. His name is Mike Geary; it's not the Asian guy. So... Truth about Abs.
Truth About Abs. So that product, if I had a weight loss offer, and it was geared
towards men, I would be mailing to that list, and I'd be paying more money to do
it. Because a) it's a paid product for $49, b) it's geared mostly towards men,
because who's thinking about abs? Well, for the most part men with some women,
maybe Instagram women think about abs.

Jonathan: [laughter]

Igor: I mean I know that my wife thinks about them, and I really dream of her
having some.

Jonathan: Easy killer. [laughter]

Igor: Yeah, speaking of my wife, she actually just walked into the coffee shop,

Jonathan: Coming to get you.

Igor: Oh, no, she knows I'm recording, but you know. She was probably shopping or
something. Anyway so yes, so that was the third tier, and I would pay more money
to advertise to that list if I had a weight loss offer.

Jonathan: Yeah. Alright. So we've talked a lot and you have answered my questions,
and I want to get in a final word here about how much I respect you, because I've
wanted to give you money before, and I'm like, "Igor, can I give you money? Do you
think that it would help me with my Podcast Factory?" You're like, "Nope, wrong
audience." I respect you for that, man. I really do. I really do.

Igor: Well yeah. And I'll explain why by the way. I'll explain why that wasn't a
good idea for you. Because you need people who are experts at something, who are
not afraid to talk about it on air, and who basically want their voice heard. And
so that is definitely not the kind of audience I have. My audience is people,
regular blue collar people, some of them are older, some of them are younger, some
of them are blue collar, and some of them are like small business owners. They're
looking for ways to move away from their day job and to use an automated, like a
done for them internet marketing system that leverages the internet in order to
create an income stream. Right?

Jonathan: Right.

Igor: That's not the kind of mindset or the kind of targeting that you need. Okay?
Now, incidentally, I'm going to guess, that you're going to have a pretty hard
time targeting this kind of crowd on Facebook. Because what I'm seeing on Facebook
is that the experts that you need, that would be interested in hosting their own
podcast, are the people who are actually doing the ads. So a better strategy, just
hypothetical, I'm just brainstorming here, would be to see who's doing ads...

Jonathan: And then reverse? [laughter] That strategy is actually starting to
develop. But anyways that's the total side bar, we went long today, but I think we
needed to. You want to give us a quick tease for next time?

Igor: Sure, absolutely. So next time we're going to talk about something that I
think is like spot on, as far as interest for anyone who's listening to List
Building Lifestyle, especially again, we've done over 140 episodes at this point
and we never spoke about this. So we're going to talk about how to build an email
list with Solo Ads fast. Okay? I'm not saying it's going to be cheap, I'm just
saying it's going to be fast. Okay? And we're going to definitely talk about the
way to build the list, the things to do, the things not to do, and overall
principle of how to approach Solo Ads when you're list building.

Jonathan: Oh, I can't wait. Alright, so that is a wrap for another episode of List
Building Lifestyle, you're welcome for bringing you all this goodness, we'll be
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