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Anybody in this forum that has tried out rebrandabletraffic.com (NOT aff.link) to send webtraffic to your own offers or resold their traffic? I would like to know the quality of this traffic please.
#rebrandable #traffic
  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Ocasio

    I've never used (or heard of) this site, but this section from their home page raises a red flag to me...

    You can still by credits to send visitors however, we now sell traffic on an unlimited basis. For $19.95/month, you site will receive thousands of visitors each and every month."

    Thousands of "visitors" for such a ridiculously low price is no doubt very low quality or fake bot traffic.

    What's fake bot traffic? Look up "Babylon Traffic" and you'll see that they sell fake traffic for very cheap also and they say this on their FAQ page...

    "Is the traffic from real humans?
    No, it is bot traffic.
    But we use real web browsers to send it. It means the traffic looks like real human traffic, but you can't convert it into leads for example."

    Don't waste your money... hope this helps!

    Kevin "Grind Boss" Ocasio
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  • I'll be honest and say I have not used this specific source, but my general comment with traffic is QUALITY is far more important than QUANTITY.

    Traffic is one area where you really get what you pay for, and I am yet to see one of these types of offers create anything that is worth purchasing.
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  • Profile picture of the author MSutton
    I have posted about this many times before. But here it goes...

    Assuming you are buying from a legitimate seller (I don't know if this site is legit), this type of traffic is usually from popunders and links from parked domain pages that get traffic.

    Because of this, it is only good for certain types of landing pages selling products that are generally marketed to the desperate or lazy or gullible or addicted. A few good examples of markets are viagra, dating, sometimes supplements, sometimes get-rich-quick, gambling, etc, etc, etc.

    Your landing page has to be geared properly and your offer has to be proper for this type of traffic to convert (but then I guess that's the same for any advertising, right?). If you're just going to direct this traffic to your home page or blog or whatever, it's worthless.

    Another thing you have to keep in mind is that some affiliate programs can detect this type of traffic and disallow you to send this type traffic to their links. So you don't want to use your aff link on the landing page to be safe.

    I used to use this type of traffic successfully years ago when I was promoting off-shore pharmacies selling generic viagra and some gambling sites. It took me a while to find a few legit sources but I found them and it worked for me. But none of my sources are in business (at least not at the same websites) so I cannot recommend any. You have to watch because many of these traffic sellers are just sending you bot traffic, which obviously will never convert.

    All in all, I do not recommend this traffic to the average person. but if you do decide to buy this type of traffic, I can tell you for sure to stay away from Fiverr or any other marketplace where people are selling this type of traffic as you can bet that it is most likely bot traffic.

    Here's an old PDF that was posted here on WF years ago. I can't find the thread, but I found the PDF on google...
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
    This is the same useless traffic that solo vendors sell. Ocassionally, they will use someone in their syndicate to 'inject' a sale to make things look legit for the sake of testimonial integrity and each person will do that same favour for the next.

    That includes 'Kings', 'Queens', Princes, 'Ninjas' of Solo ads and 'Microsoft Certified' individuals.

    Conversion will be nil, at least without the mentioned human interjection.

    Needles to say, I would advise you completely avoid it and anything remotely similar.
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  • Profile picture of the author BitcoinIRA
    It's the good old "if it sounds too good to be true, then you can be 100% certain that it IS too good to be true".

    You need to know exactly what this traffic source is, or it is essentially a huge NO GO.

    Good luck!

    PS: highest quality traffic you can get is from search engines, where people have taken time to search for what you are offering. The quality here is many more times higher than banners in terms of "value per click", which can be determined by conversion rate from click to sales.
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  • Profile picture of the author George Flm
    There's only one way to find out.

    George Troy Marketing on Youtube

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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    Just cut out the middle man and download one of the traffic "spoofing" robots that can be had for free.

    I've been cataloging "bot" traffic sellers and have amassed a considerable list.

    You can make a profit from "cheap" traffic but you have to know what you are doing.

    Sometimes telling the cheap from the bot is tricky. The free to download bots will click links, click to interior pages and then click a link, reload pages, etc. You can set the bounce rate, the time on site, use proxies for referrers...Whew!

    You can test for bots by setting things up that a human wouldn't do.

    Example: I recently tested Fiverr traffic sellers out of curiosity. I choose gigs with 1000+ positive reviews. It's interesting to note that there are usually two or three reviews from experienced marketers like "No conversions, no optins from 5000 visitors, got my Adsense nuked." But inexperienced people see their stats jump and leave good reveiws.

    So I bought 6000 for $5 and sent off my link. After the order was accepted "traffic" began immediately. I ran it to a page containing four ads ( I should note the traffic was supposed to be from expired domains which is sold legitimately and can be profitable) with a header "Not finding what you're looking for? Maybe the information below will help." I've used this approach successfully with ex-dom traffic.

    After a few hundred "visitors" my ads started getting clicks, but only the two on the left side of the page. All the ads were very similar so that doesn't scream "Human." I let it run until each left-hand ad received about 30 clicks. Then I switch out the left for the right. Big surprise now those ads started getting clicked. So I took the ads off the page and left only a button which said: "Go F#@k yourself and die!" Clicks just kept coming!

    The seller balked when I asked for a refund until I told them I would post my test results in their feedback. It happened quickly after that.

    The fact is, most traffic that seems cheap is bot generated. Most people who buy it don't care, they are paying to watch their stat counter spin.

    There is pop-unders and ex-dom traffic that are real people but it takes time and money testing to find it.

    So if you want to see your stats spin, download one of the bots and have fun. If you want real visitors I suggest you stay with the big platforms with a reputation to protect or be prepared to pay for a lot of bot visitors in your search for real people.
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  • Profile picture of the author hafiz
    I am / was a paying user. I regret it.

    Not only do they offer garbage traffic, they seem to take your money for various packages and not send any traffic as well.

    For example, I have over 25,000 credits left in my account. Six months ago, I assigned 2,500 credits to five of my programs. After checking today, the stats show 0 visitors to each campaign. Ripoff.

    This is the same woman who runs IBOToolbox and Kris Klicks (I got ripped off here, too).

    When I reach out to them for answers, my messages are never answered.

    My recommendation: Stay Away From These Companies.
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