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Getting Free Traffic from Traffic Exchanges!
Published by Frances Buchanan — 10-17-2017 at 1:51 AM UTC
Traffic exchanges are a great way to advertise your websites. Traffic exchanges have a large list of websites, when you want to earn credits to advertise you view other people's pages. For a certain number of pages viewed your pages will be viewed a certain number of times. This is known as the surf ratio. A good ratio would be 1:1 or better. Traffic exchanges are either auto surf or manual surf. To earn credits to advertise your sites you must either pay money or browse the sites within the exchange.
When you browse the sites within a traffic exchange you must stay on a site for a certain number of seconds then you can advance to the next site. When using a manual surf exchange you must click a picture or with some of the newest traffic exchanges you can just hover the mouse over a certain area of the page to advance. With an auto surf exchange in order to advance to the next page you do nothing at all. So you can start your computer surfing then walk away from it for hours while it generates credits for you. The only problem with this type of exchange is no humans will actually view your pages. So the hits you get are good for statistical purposes only.
To make the most out of your traffic exchange experience expect to spend about $100 for a yearly discounted membership. When you sign up to a new exchange you will often be given a one time offer that is basically their best membership for a heavily discounted price. You would be wise to take this offer when it comes along because if you decide to buy credits at a later point expect to pay a lot more.
You only get what you pay for when it comes to traffic exchanges, because I've tried surfing them in order to generate credits, and with a free account it takes forever to earn just a few hits. You'd be better off going to work at a McDonalds and investing your money in advertising for your online ventures, until you're at the point where you can make online transactions your full time job.
Another benefit of paying for a good membership on your exchange of choice is that they typically give you a much better surfing ratio. Instead of being forced to look at 3 or 4 sites to get one page view, you'll often be given a 1:1 ratio or better. Which means when your credits run out you can generate a tonne of hits quickly by just surfing a bit, and who knows, while you're at it you just might win bonus credits or a prize or two. Traffic exchanges are a fun and lucrative way to build your online profile, so take full advantage of them.
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About Frances Buchanan
Hi Everyone this is Frances Buchanan here, I was born and lived in London England and now based in Eastern Canada, Newfoundland and have worked from home for over 7 years and love it as I can be around my Little Dog Heather and family. I enjoy meeting people and have a passion for internet Marketing and helping people to make money on line. I feel that the older we get, the more we realize that service to others is the only way to stay happy. If we do nothing to benefit others, we will do nothing to benefit ourselves. I am a firm believer in team work and helping each other to achieve the same Goals. As long as you are working on making a living, your not working on Living....get a Free Marketing Life Style