Total Ad Explosion Review

Total Ad Explosion offers users a comprehensive advertising program designed by David Mosher to cover all your advertising needs.

What does the product offer?

According to the creators of Total Ad Explosion your adverts placed through them will be seen by over 80,000 people. Users are able to send out a variety of different adverts in such as solo ads, banners and traffic links. Also provided by Total Ad Explosion is access to Super Ad Tracker, My Lead Magnet and Unlimited Digital Downloads.

How does the product work?

Total Ad Explosion is partnered with 147 different Text Ad Exchanges. This means that when you send out an ad through Total Ad Explosion all of these TAEs will send the ads out to their members. The bonus products provided by Total Ad Explosion are designed to complement this core system by providing products, giving access to ready-made webpages etc.

What is the initial investment?

Depending on what tier of Total Ad Explosion you choose to take advantage of. As a free member you will only be paying for ads that you send out although this can prove pricey as a single solo ad will cost you $17.50. When you consider that the basic membership allows you to send 3 of each kind of ad (there are 6 types) and it costs just $19.95 per month you see that the free member option is probably the worst. The Pro membership allows you to send 6 ads per month and Gold allows you to send 8. These are priced at $29.95 and $39.95 respectively.

What is the rate of return?

Because of the nature of Total Ad Explosion it is hard to judge what the rate of return would be. If it works as advertised you would likely see an increase in traffic but as to whether these would convert to sales would have to be seen.

Conclusion

David Mosher makes some bold claims about Total Ad Explosion and if the product can match them then it is a bargain at the price. Unfortunately I am not personally convinced that this will work as advertised. As a traffic generating tool I can see Total Ad Explosion having some merit but I find it unlikely that even with the alleged 80,000 people who will see your

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts