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My life as a TE owner
Before I head out for the evening festivities of fireworks, I had an idea to write about my life as a Traffic Exchange owner and how I came about being one. I figured I better do it now while I still have fingers left. LOL
The life of a Traffic Exchange owner can be a little hectic at times. Long hours, a lot of networking, a lot of promoting. But it is also very rewarding and a lot of fun to do. I purchased my first site Truckload O' Hits in March/April of 2009. I have pretty much built the site up to where it is today on my own for the most part, but the members helped out as well with the help of a referral contest.
I purchased another site Classic Hits LTD about 6 months after Truckload, and I admit it has been a problem child, but it has been reborn with the help of an addition of a new administrator Paul Damon, and is growing rapidly.
But, before I had found my new love in the TE world, I have tried to find a little online business niche that I could afford and what not that really intrigued me and something that would probably do really well. Unfortunately, I couldn't find anything that did that within the places that I was looking.
So me and a friend of mine came up with an idea to make and sell catfish bait. LOL I know what your thinking, yes the smell was something left to be desired. But anyway, we had made a website and then I learned that you need to build up hits (visitors) to your site in order to gain exposure, so I was like how do I do that? So, I searched around for different ways and have tried numerous and countless ways to get exposure. Then I stumbled across the Traffic Exchange world and I had a huge increase of exposure.
I quit using all those other types of promotional programs and just stuck with the Traffic Exchanges and my results were tremendous. So, I got to thinking what would it be like to run one of these things and make it to the top like all the others? I got to looking into it and jumped on the opportunity and I don't regret it yet. I admit there have been ups and downs, but there will always be ups and downs, just like the economy. :)
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