What are the best paid traffic sources that send real visitors?

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Hi,

Can someone help me with the best paid traffic sources which send the real visitors? I have tried a few earlier but most of them are really bot generated traffic. Can you please let me know if you know some real paid traffic sites?

Thank you,
Subbu.
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  • Profile picture of the author shaunybb
    hey there....


    I think there are platforms where real visitors come from?? What's that one called that starts with "g" oh yeah GOOGLE!!


    And what about I can't remember but its a big search engine OH YEAH BING!
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    • Profile picture of the author padala123
      Originally Posted by shaunybb View Post

      hey there....


      I think there are platforms where real visitors come from?? What's that one called that starts with "g" oh yeah GOOGLE!!


      And what about I can't remember but its a big search engine OH YEAH BING!
      Oh Yeah! You forgot 'Yahoooooo'.
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  • Profile picture of the author ghost209
    Well, if you're getting alot of bot traffic.. then tells me you may be dealing with a low tier network, like 7search or some traffic exchange.

    If that's the case, then run far away from those networks lol.
    I know alot of people get lured into places like 7search because they hear they can get cheap clicks..

    but you need to realize, it's cheap for a reason..
    probably because it sucks lol

    One of the biggest mistakes alot of people make is they focus too much on their CPC (cost per click).. and they won't go after networks like Adwords or Facebook PPC, because they hear it 'costs too much'..

    and that's garbage.

    don't worry about your 'CPC'. Instead, focus on your EPC ( earnings per click) and ROI.
    that's it.

    I don't care if traffic cost me 30 cents a click, $1, a click, or even $5 a click - so long as I am earning more than I'm spending... so don't waste your time with cheap / garbage traffic sites.

    instead, focus on high converting traffic.

    That's why, when it comes to PPC.. I recommend:

    1. Google Adwords
    2. Facebook PPC
    3. Bing

    Yes. places like adwords may cost you more than some other networks, but it also is very high quality traffic..

    Now, if you've already tried adwords / PPC or Bing and are convinced that you are getting alot of bot / junk traffic..

    I'd ask you..

    How targeted are your keywords?
    Are you targeting the right people?
    Are you targeting the right countries and excluding the wrong ones?

    Are you bidding high enough or are you trying to get the the cheapest traffic possible?

    (If your bid is too low, then you may be getting junk / remnant left over traffic that no one else wants.)

    Is their clarity in your ads? Or does it mislead?

    Do you have a great landing page / offer that people want?
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    As you can see.. there are a lot of possibilities..

    If your targetting is bad, then you might be showing your ad to all the wrong people.
    If your bid is too cheap, then you might only be dealing with junk / bot traffic.
    If your ads/page is misleading or not created well, people might be going to the page.. but immediately leaving because the page sucks.

    Anyways.. hope that helps you with your problem

    More likely than not one of those are your REAL problems.. (unless of course you did use a traffic exchange or 7search lol)

    Some other great PPC networks you can check out:
    Adblade, Outbrain Taboola, Revcontent

    but I'd recommend focusing on one of the top 3 first and trying to make that work before you branch out.
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    • Profile picture of the author padala123
      Originally Posted by ghost209 View Post

      Well, if you're getting alot of bot traffic.. then tells me you may be dealing with a low tier network, like 7search or some traffic exchange.

      If that's the case, then run far away from those networks lol.
      I know alot of people get lured into places like 7search because they hear they can get cheap clicks..

      but you need to realize, it's cheap for a reason..
      probably because it sucks lol

      One of the biggest mistakes alot of people make is they focus too much on their CPC (cost per click).. and they won't go after networks like Adwords or Facebook PPC, because they hear it 'costs too much'..

      and that's garbage.

      don't worry about your 'CPC'. Instead, focus on your EPC ( earnings per click) and ROI.
      that's it.

      I don't care if traffic cost me 30 cents a click, $1, a click, or even $5 a click - so long as I am earning more than I'm spending... so don't waste your time with cheap / garbage traffic sites.

      instead, focus on high converting traffic.

      That's why, when it comes to PPC.. I recommend:

      1. Google Adwords
      2. Facebook PPC
      3. Bing

      Yes. places like adwords may cost you more than some other networks, but it also is very high quality traffic..

      Now, if you've already tried adwords / PPC or Bing and are convinced that you are getting alot of bot / junk traffic..

      I'd ask you..

      How targeted are your keywords?
      Are you targeting the right people?
      Are you targeting the right countries and excluding the wrong ones?

      Are you bidding high enough or are you trying to get the the cheapest traffic possible?

      (If your bid is too low, then you may be getting junk / remnant left over traffic that no one else wants.)

      Is their clarity in your ads? Or does it mislead?

      Do you have a great landing page / offer that people want?
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      As you can see.. there are a lot of possibilities..

      If your targetting is bad, then you might be showing your ad to all the wrong people.
      If your bid is too cheap, then you might only be dealing with junk / bot traffic.
      If your ads/page is misleading or not created well, people might be going to the page.. but immediately leaving because the page sucks.

      Anyways.. hope that helps you with your problem

      More likely than not one of those are your REAL problems.. (unless of course you did use a traffic exchange or 7search lol)

      Some other great PPC networks you can check out:
      Adblade, Outbrain Taboola, Revcontent

      but I'd recommend focusing on one of the top 3 first and trying to make that work before you branch out.
      Hey,

      Thanks for taking so much time and explaining the details. These points are definitely useful for me. Thank you very much.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Look for providers who will HAVE A LOT TO LOSE if they screw around.

    That's why I'd only recommend: FACEBOOK and Google Adwords (Search only - not display!)
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by padala123 View Post

    Can someone help me with the best paid traffic sources which send the real visitors?

    Don't forget that you can find top quality authority sites within your niche that can be a great source of human targeted traffic. You can pay them to put your ads or links on their site or often you can exchange a link for some unique and quality content that you let them post of their site.

    In many ways, this traffic is better than search engine traffic.

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    What have you tried before that has given you bot traffic? The best paid traffic in my opinion are:

    1) Google Adwords

    2) Bing Ads

    3) Facebook

    4) Joint ventures

    5) Advertising on sites/blogs in your niche

    6) Youtube advertising

    7) Advertising on affiliate networks like Clickbank or Paydotcom
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  • Profile picture of the author kevin timothy
    Hey,

    Go over and give Clixsense or Facebook ads
    a try. You can get thousands of visitors each
    month from each (combined) and not have to
    spend more than $1 a day.
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  • Profile picture of the author brewmeister
    Google, Bing, FB, etc PPC campaigns can be super costly to someone who is new to them and I wouldn't recommend it as the best traffic source. If you don't watch out you'll be down $1,000's before making any conversions.

    I would test with free traffic to your offers so you have some better idea about how your funnel converts.

    I would recommend something like scrapebox or working with an AN.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChristianDausen
    Here's how I helped a client get an $8.01 return on investment in their product niche for the past three years...
    -Youtube video demonstrating the product and having a call to action was shot and posted.
    -Keyword focused landing pages for the top five best converting keywords with the video imbedded.
    -Adwords driving traffic to the landing pages.
    -Landing page with a call to action on the top, middle, and bottom.
    -Educational pitch that positions the product as the best choice in the consumers mind.
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  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    If you want to get real visitors to your website you can:

    -Buy "clicks" from Facebook (Facebook PPC)
    -Buy "clicks" from Google (Google Adwords)
    -Buy "clicks" from a reputable Solo Ad Vendor
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  • Profile picture of the author iuzeit
    I have started with Bing. The reason I chose Bing is because Adwords is more expensive and I'm not a big Facebook user, so I'd have a lot to learn on how to advertise to people on Facebook.

    With Bing, I was able to start with a $100 coupon, so I was able to learn a little bit before spending any of my money. I'd say to learn paid traffic quickly and efficiently, you'd need to spend $300 - $500 or so a month. This much money isn't absolutely necessary, but anything less might not give you enough data to make the proper adjustments to your campaigns.

    Before you get into paid traffic, you'll need to commit some money. You can't spend $50 on paid traffic and then wonder why you haven't made sales. But once you learn how to convert paid traffic, you'll have so many options to grow your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author kdtheaffiliate
    Bing is awesome! They aren't uptight about things and they aren't anywhere near as expensive as Google Adwords + they still have top tier traffic. The only downfall is that they have a microscopic fraction of the traffic that Google has.

    Facebook PPC is supposed to be good but I ABSOLUTELY HATE THEM. They have no real customer support and that really ticks me off. You can't even get near a real person unless you're advertising big time. When I first signed up for Bing Ads they actually called ME like a week later to help me out with campaigns. That is awesome and for that reason I will probably always be a huge supporter of Bing Ads!
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  • Profile picture of the author Evan H
    I've always had much more success using solo ads than any other paid traffic source.

    Although I have gotten good results with Bing Ads as well.

    It's all about finding the right traffic source that works for your marketing.

    And don't rule out free traffic either...Using paid and free in combination is always smart!
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  • Profile picture of the author megalinktraffic
    When it comes to REAL visitors and no bot traffic you definitely need to chekout the following : bidvertiser,adsrapidmoney, buysellads i am sure you will reach your goal
    faster and succeed in your endeavours..
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  • Profile picture of the author ED1190
    Solo Ads can be a great source of paid traffic as long as you can pinpoint the right solo ad vendors.
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  • Profile picture of the author fross30
    Hello Padala123, In my opinion I think that you would find these traffic sources useful and not only will you get traffic but it's direct traffic no bots.

    (1) Google Adwords.

    2) LinkedIn.

    3) Facebook Ads.

    (4) Twitter ads.
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  • Originally Posted by padala123 View Post

    Hi,

    Can someone help me with the best paid traffic sources which send the real visitors? I have tried a few earlier but most of them are really bot generated traffic. Can you please let me know if you know some real paid traffic sites?

    Thank you,
    Subbu.
    Hi padala123, bot traffic is the worse. They not only are useless to you as a webmaster but they will ruin your websites chances of ranking in search engine. This is because of the high bounce rate you get from bot traffic. Stay far away from bot traffic.

    I always see people selling these types of services only and people, especially newbie marketers fall for their empty promises.

    If you are serious about generating good quality to your website then I would recommend joining the top 3 revenue sharing companies. Besides the fact that they will send you traffic to your websites they will also include you into their revenue sharing option. This means that whenever you buy traffic/adpacks you will get your money back plus interest over a certain number of days.

    I use these 3 companies to promote all my affiliate offers and on top of that I get paid to advertise through them.

    PM if you are interested in joining these companies. I try not to include links in my threads other then my signature.
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  • Profile picture of the author khassani
    Hi,

    It depends on what type of offer you're promoting to your visitors. Generally, Facebook ads and Google Adwords are the best traffic sources but they cost a lot of money if you don't have an immediate ROI.

    You can try ad swaps, that's where you pay people so they can promote your blog, website or squeeze page to their email list. Check out Safe Swaps, of my favourite ad swaps site where you get genuine visitors back to your webpage.

    All the best !
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  • Profile picture of the author Augustinus
    Try google adwords for sure
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  • Profile picture of the author marax
    If you are not sending visitors straight to a landing page, try outbrain and taboola.
    A press release could also be a good option.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    It all depends on where you are planning on sending that traffic.

    Google and Bing can be very picky. They don't like it when people try to send their PPC traffic directly to 'affiliate products'. They will suspend your account for stuff like this.

    Make sure to read their terms and conditions.
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  • Profile picture of the author mario23
    Try 1 traffic source at a time and stay with it until you learn it.

    Don't jump from 1 traffic source until another without learning everything.
    use paid traffic:
    bing ppc
    facebook ads
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  • Profile picture of the author Hani D
    Goggle adwords, Facebook ads, Bing ads and YouTube ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author ukcarl
    There is not a "best" traffic source.

    If any traffic source has been around for a long time you can be sure some advertisers are making it work.

    If you want the highest quaity traffic you are probably best sticking with paid search (Adwords, Bing) you might also consider combining this with Adwords and Facebook remarketing.
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