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Who offers the highest quality web traffic? I have had alot of success with Udimi https://udimi.com/a/7kdfa but I'm curious who rivals them in terms of quality traffic and pricing?

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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by mrmitchell View Post

    Who offers the highest quality web traffic? I have had alot of success with Udimi but I'm curious who rivals them in terms of quality traffic and pricing?
    "Quality" without context is a meaningless term. What you need from a traffic source is relevance.

    The more relevant to your offer, the better.
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    • Profile picture of the author mrmitchell
      Great response however I still haven't received an answer to the question.
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      • Profile picture of the author DABK
        Yes, you did. That was the best answer you got...

        How so? If I tell you Pinterest (because for the wedding dresses I promote that's great) but your offer has to do with FHA mortgage loans? Pinterest is not going to help with mortgages as much as it does with dresses.

        So, what's your context...

        Or you'll keep getting whatever works for people but without the part that lets you know why it works and if it would work for you.

        I know a guy whose best source of leads is a printed newsletter that he delivers by regular mail.

        I know someone whose best traffic comes from SEO.

        I know someone whose best traffic comes from FaceBook ads.

        I know someone whose best traffic comes from networking.

        Any of it helps?

        Originally Posted by mrmitchell View Post

        Great response however I still haven't received an answer to the question.
        Originally Posted by Frank Donovan View Post

        "Quality" without context is a meaningless term. What you need from a traffic source is relevance.

        The more relevant to your offer, the better.
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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    Bing Ads PPC have been very nice experience for traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by mrmitchell View Post

    Who offers the highest quality web traffic?
    Whichever source has ready, willing, and able buyers specifically targeted to your offer.

    As Frank suggested, the traffic sources will vary from niche to niche and product to product. Quality traffic is not a one-size-fits-all proposition.

    If you mention specifically what you're trying to sell, there may be a few members here willing to share their sources. But if you don't get any responses, you can assume that your competitors aren't feeling that generous today. Can you blame them?

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  • I have few campaign with Bing and Facebook PPC. Both are the good place to get quality traffic.
    But Bing has the additional feature to target with Keywords so the quality will be higher than the Facebook.

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Adwords, Bing Ads, and advertising on blogs are great ideas. If you exist in a niche where solo ad sites don't exist.... then contact non-competition email list owners in your niche and see if they are interested in doing a joint venture with you. It could potentially be a long-lasting partnership. You dont have to use every trick in the book to get wealthy online.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bizopboost
    There is a strategy Where you can Leverage YouTube videos
    You can make your own Videos and Rank them or Buy description Links from Well established You tubers .
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Facebook is great, in my experience.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    I have had alot of success with Udimi
    If that's true, then why are you looking for traffic that will cost you at least twice as much? More likely triple.

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    • Profile picture of the author mrmitchell
      I am checking out all my options, I'm utilizing the forum to gain new information Brent. You understand right?
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Without knowing more, here is what I can suggest.

    Facebook ads, bingads or rtxnetwork(formally 50onred).

    I would need more of a background to give a better answer.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    facebook , bing, reddit ads, press releases...

    the other way would be to do BANNER ads, on high traffic forums in your niche.

    Test small with $200 and upscale the winners, and get rid of the losers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Abserve Tech
    It is the adwords content it depends on the vertical of your website/app. Adwords and Facebook always provide the most targeted traffic.

    If it is other verticals such as gaming, casino, dating, tech support, sweepstakes, extensions and so on, you should try pop networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve L
    Originally Posted by mrmitchell View Post

    Who offers the highest quality web traffic? I have had alot of success with Udimi but I'm curious who rivals them in terms of quality traffic and pricing?
    The best quality of traffic for me has always been organic search, forums, and word of mouth. The best paid traffic source has been Adwords.
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  • Profile picture of the author QuaziSazzad
    More share your link in social site and bookmarking website
    There is a strategy Where you can Leverage YouTube videos
    You can make your own Videos and Rank them or Buy description Links from Well established You tubers .
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  • Profile picture of the author Rajeev Gaur
    May be facebook and youtube.
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  • Profile picture of the author mrmitchell
    I humbly appreciate every ones input, thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Henry01
    Facebook work better than others. So try it!!
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  • Profile picture of the author megamind22
    I use Youtube videos and Udimi too and they both work pretty well for my offers. Personally I would say quality is key in any traffic irrespective of the offer or niche that you are involved in.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    Id be using SOLO ads, and BING, i think paid traffic is the best way to go, and you do not see millionaire marketing gurus using FREE traffic. PAID is the only way to go.

    Also press releases seem to be working well for us as well. 4 per week.
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    • Profile picture of the author vedremo
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      Originally Posted by celente View Post

      Also press releases seem to be working well for us as well. 4 per week.
      I second this. I'm seeing good results with press releases too. The only downside is that the many news sites take them down after a few months.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sally Ader
    Maybe u can try facebook ads?
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    There are all sorts of good traffic providers. But this question is too generic. Different traffic converts with different audiences and offers. It's your job as a marketer to find the one that will work for you though testing.
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  • Profile picture of the author hynds
    If you have budgets, try to run GG Adwords and FB CPC Ads with targeted and relevance traffic as you want. They're all quality traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author hardworker2013
    Facebook Ads is the best advertising platform right now in my opinion.
    They are improving there platform all the time and lets face it, almost
    everyone is on facebook.
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  • Profile picture of the author kluangman
    For me there is 2 kind of traffic, whether it is pull or push traffic.

    Pull (marketing) is like SEO, Adwords, Bing etc. Were're there when someone looking for the solution. Conversion rate always higher for this kind of traffic.

    But for push marketing like facebook ads, we need to create what type of people we want to target on facebook.

    Maybe we have audiences like old businessman who know the important of website but doesnt know the term of seo and doesnt know how to rank it.

    We used facebook ads to find them and "push" the awareness to them.
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  • Profile picture of the author TonyRoberts
    Have you tried solo ads? No doubt It can be expensive but the results can be very satisfying. Don't go for cheap solo ads or you'll just be wasting your time and money.
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  • Profile picture of the author joncoates89
    Facebook, in my opinion, has the highest quality traffic because of how targeted it is. & that's the underlying factor: Targeted traffic. Facebook has a population that's larger than China, so you're able to match your message with the right audience. Its almost unbelievable just how much you're able to get the behaviors, interests, demographics, connections, age ranges, languages, or locations, you can dig pretty deep with their targeting capabilities.

    Thats quality traffic.

    Now i've used Udimi, been using it for years, and honestly, I believe you should continue to use them hand and hand with Facebook to round out your overall marketing strategy. You can't go wrong at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author silverb78
    I've used these guys in the past and it's definitely helped out TrafficCentral.net
    good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Maxxx333
    what are you intending to work with? it's just if we know this that we can help you!!
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  • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
    Dump Udimi and join solo ad groups on Facebook. You will find way better solo ad vendors for a lot less money, as Udimi vendors have to charge more per click because the owner makes his money by acting as the middleman between the buyer and the seller.

    There are a handful of groups on Facebook where all of the TOP vendors advertise. Also, their lists aren't beat to sh*t like the vendors who sell out of the solo ad marketplaces. Also, there is loads of what I call "cross contamination" in the solo ad marketplaces because it's been my experience that all of the vendors buy solos from each other.

    Go to Facebook and do a simple search for "solo ads" and you will pull up the best groups. Don't be afraid to join groups even if they only have a couple hundred members. I've found lots of "gems" in the smaller groups.

    Another tip I can give you is to read the testimonials that the vendors have and then contact the person who left the testimonial directly on Facebook. Wait for them to accept your friend request and then engage them in some small talk and let them know that you are considering purchasing a solo ad from "such and such." Explain to them that that's how you happened to come across their name and then ask about their experience with the seller.

    If the testimonial indicated that the buyer you are chatting with made sales from the solo, it doesn't hurt to inquire about what kind of landing page they used and what offer they were promoting. Some people may not want to talk about it, but it's been my experience that most will because people generally like helping others who are interested in the same things.

    Yes, this approach may take a little bit more time, but this is one of my little "insider" tips that I've been using for quite some time and it has definitely contributed to the massive success I have enjoyed with solo ads for the past 4-5 years.

    Another thing you should do is take notes. Create your own little "swipe file," if you will. If the buyer will give you a link to their squeeze page, take a screen shot of it. One of the best ways to get them to show you their landing/squeeze page is to tell them that you would like to subscribe to their list so you can follow them. Now how many marketers in the MMO niche can refuse a subscriber and potential future sale?

    Most of the time that's not even necessary. Like I said, people inherently want to help.

    Now, on the flip side, when you find a good vendor, make sure you get in touch with the folks that have helped you and let them know. I'm not saying you have to give up all of your choice "finds," but remember that they helped you out first. A little "quid pro quo" goes a long way.

    This is how you network in the solo industry. Before you know it, you will have a file of hundreds of the best solo vendors. Maybe even more importantly, you will know how to set up squeeze pages that convert like lightning, and you will have a list of the best converting offers to put on the back end of your squeeze page. With solo ads, your main goals are to achieve a high conversion rate, obviously, but you also want to make enough sales on the back end to cover the cost of your solo ad. The better your opt-in (conversion) rate, the more eyes on your offer. The more eyes on your offer, the better your chances of making sales. Make a sale or two and you cover your ad spend. Cover your ad spend, my friends, and you have just gotten all of your leads for FREE.

    And that, my friends, is how I've been building my list on the cheap for years.

    Also, there are quite a few really great vendors who advertise right here in the WF Classifieds section. Don't overlook them.

    No need for applause, folks. I'll be here all week!
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  • Profile picture of the author 2result
    Facebook, especially when it come to scale up. It's hard to scale up with udimi but it easy to scale up with Facebook ads. But this required know and understand how to do Facebook ads effectively.
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    • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
      Originally Posted by 2result View Post

      Facebook, especially when it come to scale up. It's hard to scale up with udimi but it easy to scale up with Facebook ads. But this required know and understand how to do Facebook ads effectively.
      If you are in the "make money online" niche, you will lose your shirt and/or get your account banned with Facebook ads.

      Telling someone to use Facebook ads without knowing exactly which niche they are in is just poor advice.

      Also, you can scale up solo ads much easier than any other form of paid advertising. You simply (well, it's not that simple) find a combination (seller + squeeze page + offer) that works, and you purchase higher amounts of clicks to it.

      Once you know how to create a proper landing page and find an offer that converts, solo ads are easy as pie.

      HOWEVER, let me say this: If you run off all half-cocked and don't have the right kind of squeeze page for solo ads then you will fail miserably, and you've nobody to blame but yourself.

      I see so many people blame the method and/or the vendor. That's BS. If you fail with solo ads, you'll find the person to blame by looking in the mirror.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Chris ( nicheblogger) really has some great advice. Definitely want to perk your ears up when he talks, particularly about Solo Ads.


    I know the sq.page and landing page that Chris stresses can really not be stressed enough.

    So important !!
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  • Profile picture of the author EugeneEv
    For my digital altitude business works Danny White solo ads and Igor's solo ads, I tried 3 different vendors on Clixli until I found Danny
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    For non-mmo niches Bing is good.

    Also I see for the MMO niche no one has said paid traffic right here for WSO section and Classifieds ???
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  • Profile picture of the author GrowthMonger
    I think Google search traffic would be your best bet.
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  • Profile picture of the author hardworker2013
    Try Facebook Ads, there Ad platform has improved a lot over the years and they
    have millions of users on that platform where you can get targeted traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Tacadena
    Well, you can try social media sites, facebook has paid advertising. Plus, you can market yourself through your facebook page. Or, you can try putting up banner ads or PPC ads. Take the time to promote and you'll see the value of your work.
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  • Profile picture of the author posinfo1
    I think that testing your campaigns is key. Do not be too disappointed when a campaign does not work as well as you had hoped. Take it as a learning experience.
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