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While you use Traffic Exchanges
Created on August 11th, 2010

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Brian
(wolfie)
joined Jul 2010
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Aug 17th 2010 at 9:43 AM
Thanks Ellyn! I am seriously tempted to rejoin Trafficera, I do like the site, and I am a big Traffic Exchange surfer; however don't they log your IP address? My email address has changed since I first signed up there so maybe that won't be a problem. I do prefer TE's with bigger timers for each page, I feel 5-8 seconds isn't long enough between surfing.


Bill Gelwick
(AbdeelMarketing)
joined Jul 2010
location Dallas, TX USA
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Oct 12th 2010 at 8:56 AM
I'm a huge fan of traffic exchanges. I have used all the ones mentioned here, plus many others, with mixed results. Often times mixed results on the same exchange with the same campaign. Don't give up on an exchange if you don't see results right away. It's all a matter of who happens to be logged into that site that particular day or week.
Lately, while still using some of the older bigger exchanges, I've also started diverting some attention towards some of the smaller exchanges. Several of them are growing pretty quickly, which means a continuous flow of new prospects. Also, while trying to build up their exchanges, many of them give really good bonus credits while surfing. Daybreaktraffic.com is a good one that I have started using lately if anyone is interested.


jimmyadames
joined Jul 2010
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Oct 12th 2010 at 10:11 AM
The definitive way to know if a traffic exchange works is by testing and tracking your advertising. What may work for you on EasyHits4U (as an example) may not work for me.

Testing also allows you to make changes to your advertising if it's not working at that specific advertising platform.

With that said, my results has complimented those highly ranked and voted at Traffic Hoopla and Affiliate Funnel respectively.

Honorable Mention: HitsBoosterPro has been my best producing traffic exchange since day one.


Andrew Po
(Andrew)
joined Oct 2010
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Oct 14th 2010 at 21:48 PM
Speaking of EasyHits4U, upgrading there was the best investment I've ever made in the TE world. When they say upgrades give random referrals, they REALLY mean it. You can build a nice downline just from your upgrade.


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Monika Tuttle
(m8t43)
joined Jul 2010
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Oct 15th 2010 at 1:41 AM
I agree with Andrew regarding EasyHits4U. Being an upgraded member is most definitely the way to go. I have been a member of it for many years now and built a nice downline. I only wish I was rich enough to keep my sites loaded with credits here, no sooner do I add them and they are gone so it seems:) Fortunately I can purchase them there at a very reasonable price. Whenever I have a special campaign going for my Traffic Exchange, I just purchase what I need and I am happy to say, I get excellent results.

However, these last few months I discovered, that I get so many more sign ups from smaller TE's, so for the most part, thats the way I am going for now.


Paula van Dun AKA Webmiep
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Oct 15th 2010 at 3:26 AM
The best way is to use only splash pages. Preferably self made that stand out. Most surfers use tab surfing or TEbrowser so you have only a second to grab attention. Add on opt-inform if you can


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Louise Venison
(lulubel)
joined Jul 2010
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Oct 15th 2010 at 3:35 AM
I've found the same as Monika about EH4U. It isn't as good as it used to be. I've still got an upgrade there, and I try to keep credits on my sites most of the time, but I'm getting better results with smaller TEs.


Melissa Van Eyk
(melissavaneyk)
joined Sep 2010
location Fort Erie, ON Canada
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Oct 15th 2010 at 8:10 AM
I agree with Louise,

It's werid, but I also get better result with the snaller ones. I try to stick to the top rated at Traffic Hoopla, but I also have some that are smaller and unique...like this blog traffic exchange...have never seen anything like that before. I must say that one of my favourites is Hit2Hit....they don't give out that many credits, but I have had a lot of exposure.

Upgrading has a lot of benefits and have done so on my favs.

Question: I read that someone said squeeze pages are best...why are they better than squeeze pages? I use both plus banners and text links....but I would be interested in knowing the theory behind this.

Melissa


Bill Gelwick
(AbdeelMarketing)
joined Jul 2010
location Dallas, TX USA
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Oct 15th 2010 at 9:54 AM
I have been following the same method as Melissa and getting similar results as she, Louise and Monika. I try to stay somewhat active at the more popular and highest traffic exchanges, but I've started focusing more attention towards the smaller ones lately. The smaller ones seem to be performing quite nicely.

@Melissa, what blog traffic exchange are you talking about? I don't know about that one. Feel free to PM me with your referral link since they have cracked down on placing them in the groups (and for good reason). I saw where you had a post removed because of a referral link. I'm glad there was no further action taken against you. Your intent was to be helpful, but if referral links are allowed, people will abuse it.


Louise Venison
(lulubel)
joined Jul 2010
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Oct 15th 2010 at 11:27 AM
I agree about Hit2Hit, Melissa. It's a very good TE. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles that a lot of TEs have now, but it's extremely well run, and the traffic is good quality.

Regarding squeeze pages, the benefit is in getting people to sign up for your list. Once they're on your list, you have an (almost) captive audience. Rather than having to catch their attention again with a splash page, you can just send an email to their inbox.


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