Integration Marketing Partners Wanted - Let's Send Each Other Clicks

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I'm looking for partners wanting to get clicks to their squeeze page and grow their subscriber list.

I want to use integration marketing whereby we put links on each others optin thank you page and follow up email.

You send me 100 clicks to my squeeze page and then I'll reciprocate and send you 110 clicks.

IMPORTANT: I will send you clicks as and when people optin on my squeeze page. YOU MUST DO THE SAME.

I don't want any worthless traffic from pop-ups, pop-unders, traffic exchanges etc. I will know if you send me rubbish clicks (even if they optin) and will not reciprocate.

Send me a PM if you're interested and we can discuss further.

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  • Profile picture of the author alvinchua91
    what niche are you in..?
  • Profile picture of the author bopgort
    Уличила дочь, за просмотром дома 2, рассказала, что все в классе смотрят у неё дом 2, я поражена была, строго запретила дом 2 смотреть, так она что учудила, я то думала, что она не смотрит, но дочь вышла из положения; начала дом 2 смотреть онлайн в интернете, что теперь делать, наверно ставить детский интернет что ли, дабы только те сайты просматривала, которые по школе развивающие, или отключить компьютер к черту. Что делать?

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