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Sakura-Traffic now has Really Dynamic Surfing Ratios

Jun 5th 2011 at 7:30 PM

Visitors to your website are referred to as "traffic". A traffic exchange, or hit exchange, is a program where you look at other members’ websites in exchange for them looking at yours. This is usually managed through a credit system. As you surf you earn credits. You can then ‘spend’ these credits to get visitors to your won site.

The ratio of the site you have to surf to surf to get one visitor to your own site is called a surfing ratio. A common surfing ratio is 2:1, meaning that for every two sites you surf, you 'earn' one visitor to your site.

Dynamic Surfing Ratios

If you surf traffic exchanges, you may know that many of them have so called dynamic surfing ratios. What this means is that the more sites you surf, the more credit you get for your surfing. But how dynamic is it really when the credits you earn get bumped up from say 0.50 to 0.51 for every site you surf?

Sakura-Traffic has just announced that it now has really dynamic surfing ratios. I'm not talking about some 0.01 increase. You can build up to double your normal surfing ratio.

How does it work?

As members surf, they need to keep a look out for sakura (cherry blossom) petals. If they find one, there is a link to click to claim it. Once they find five petals, they will complete a sakura blossom and get a 5% bonus for the rest of the month. Members can find up to five petals per day.

During the month, members can keep on accumulating more sakura blossoms to increase their surfing ratio. By doing this, they can increase their base surfing ratio by up to 100%. That means that even a free member can earn up to a 1:1 surfing ratio!In other words, they can earn one visitor to their website for every site they surf.

 

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