Reason Why Webmaster Must Buying Website Traffic

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So you are planning to buy website traffic for your website. I bet you have seen the ads, “100,000 visitors to your site for only $10.95!” Pretty amazing? You have often seen lots of these ads and wish to know which one to get, am I right? Well, My goal is to tell you everything you should know, so sit back, take it easy and read on.

How to buy Traffic.

You never.

That’s right, it’s not necessary to. Its almost all is a scam. There are several versions of this scam, but they all produce the exact same results, that is, you will waste your hard earned dollars. Now when I set off I fell for this trick as some of you could have already, or might be about to. Let me explain what you are getting. This is the worst possible traffic ever on the web. Its so bad mainly since the majority of of it isn’t even traffic.

Generally you are investing in some guy to put your URL into a script that pings your server and records a “hit” on your stat counter. This is not traffic, this is just creative scripting that fakes your hits.

Then there are those that just take your hard earned money and provide you with a special “control panel” which makes the information go up every time you sign in but absolutely nothing is ever ship to your web sites, not even empty data packets.

Expired domain traffic. Now this sort of traffic seller is a touch harder to find, but a legitimate one can produce some actual junk traffic to your web site just as well. Now you might be getting actual visits, but they are worthless. Why? First you must understand how this works. Bob has a domain that previously had a website placed on it, the site had backlinks and se traffic, but bobs website went bust so now the domain name results in the hands of the traffic seller. The traffic seller takes advantage of web site that traffic is still getting into, but simply redirecting or forwarding it to your site. Sounds good right? Well, the problem with this is, for the traffic seller to supply targeted traffic, they will have to maintain a GoDaddy sized database of domain names that are still pumping traffic in every single niche available. Now this is virtually impossible to perform and even if someone did do it, it might be terribly expensive and most likely end up being a whole loss for the traffic seller. Especially, since a domain name with no actual website attached to it provides a very short lifespan. So instead, they have a few domains, and those that are closely related end up visiting your site. However this is off a redirect, meaning someone clicked a link to get at one place and ended up at yours. Most, it not exclusively, will click off your site now. Plus, for the money you’d probably invest this service, you can easily go and buy the expired domains yourself, for a lot less and only have to pay once to register the name.

Then there is Auto-surf traffic. This is where people subscribe, and enter their website into this script that’s basically an automatic pop-up ad machine. It shows an online site then after 30 seconds or so, it clicks to another, again and again. The secret was to much better than a banner exchange. As a substitute for for each banner you show, one of yours gets shown, its trying to do it with your home page. So bob clicks in and keeps the auto-surf site up and lets it flick through those sites in the exchange while he is out mowing the lawn, and he racks up credits so his site gets shown to others doing the same, no wonder bob’s site went bust. Now generally people know that they’re registering to this, but I have noticed some traffic sellers passing off auto-surf traffic as one of the other kinds.

Our advice is to step back from traffic sellers altogether. You are so much more satisfied with your money on legitimate advertising and traffic getting methods, like links and such than even wasting your time learning the hard way.

What’s the matter? That ad just sounds so competent, to eliminate heat it anyway? I’m telling you, you’ll get burned. Ok, before you buy, do yourself a favor. Read through their website, locate a disclaimer. Oh, you should understand you found it since they all say the same thing. It is incorporated in the standard traffic scam book. It will say something such as,

“Your counter are unable to count all the hits we send you, because our traffic is so awesome and we send so much of it, your stat program wont have the ability to keep up.”

With the professional stat programs that is included in almost all hosting accounts right now, I would like to know where they got this magic counter which will only record their stats, it has to be amazing. That continues to be the best neon sign saying “Scam” right over the site.

Consider it, if your site counter can get caught up with 10,000 unique visitors a day why cant it match the 500 these are selling you? Easy, your counter wont record the “hits” because it wont be receiving any.

Now i want to guess, furthermore, it said that if you prefer a refund, you need to dig up your server logs and imply to them, then are going to very happy refund your money right? Good. Ok, where are your server logs? Are you aware? You do? Good, now select where the traffic your website received came from. Ok, now differentiate concerned with the traffic you got from them and those that originated in your legitimate back links. Do you see where I am going with this?

The traffic company assumes that you either wont know where the logs are or wont want to undergo the effort. Then added to that, they are hoping that you at least got some traffic from other places to help hide what they claim they sent and what they didn’t.

Look, I am not seeking to kill your hopes and dreams. I have just been there and done that. I learned the hard way and am now trying to assist you. Trust me on this, avoid buying traffic. If you really need cheap fast traffic, the best choice is pay per click marketing. At least from a PPC campaign you’re going to get genuine traffic.

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