|Paid Website Traffic
Not all programs that offer paid website advertising are scams. PPC (pay
per click) for example is a legit way of promoting your site. However there are
some traffic services that flat out don't work and should be avoided.
One of the most common are services that drive 'thousands or millions of
unique visitors to your website' These services are worthless. You pay your
$19.95 fee and what you get in return are a bunch of worthless hits.
Why doesn't this service work? For one, the visitors may not even exist. The
company selling you the traffic package may simply just send a bunch of hits
via a set proxy servers such that each hit counts as a unique visitor. Since
no actual humans visited your site you won't see any increase in sales or
subscribers. Just a bunch of hits.
Second, the vast majority of people aren't interested in your site and thus
would simply click away. If you have a site about Hondas and a visitor
doesn't like Hondas then the 'hit' is worthless. What are the odds that even
half of one million visitors like Hondas? Nill.
What you will see is a one-day spike in traffic. After which, traffic levels will
return to the same as usual.
What a waste of money!
To build website traffic it is recommended that you write engaging
interesting content and promote your site to people who are looking for that
content. Avoid these bogus traffic generation systems.
Related Topic: PPC (pay per click)
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