Little Known *AWESOME* Traffic Methods :)

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Hey guys,

So I just wanted to give something back to the forum. I stumbled upon a few lesser known traffic methods that I thought I would share for those of you that are new and those of you that want new traffic sources.

1.) Fiverr - Here you can pay only 5 bucks and get blasts to thousands of twitter and facebook followers. I've never seen a cheaper place to advertise online to that many people. HIGHLY recommended!

P.S. Make sure you check the users feedback. Some people just take the 5 bucks and never send a blast. Make sure they are trustworthy first.

2.) Tube Mogul - This is a great source to blast your videos to tons of video sites (youtube, dailymotion, veoh, etc...) all at the same time. Great for video marketing! All automatic once you've signed up for the sites and entered your login info.

3.) Slideshare - You can use this resource to create short ebooks with your affiliate links (and/or optin page link) embedded into it. Great for ongoing and automatic traffic generation.

Hope these help you guys out! Best of luck to all of you in your efforts! Remember, the money is in the list! Try to focus on building your mailing list(s) in order to increase your profitability.

To your success,
Gina Reedy
#awesome #methods #traffic
  • Tube mogul is flat out awesome, and as far as fiverr goes, be sure to shop around fir lists that relate to your current audience.
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  • Profile picture of the author cooler1
    I considered using fiverr but the feedback doesn't look to good even for the highly rated gigs. There's gigs where they'll send a tweet out to 80,000 followers but then you hear that someone only got 400 clicks from it.

    I thought Tube Mogul didn't allow affiliate marketing video's?
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    • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
      Originally Posted by cooler1 View Post

      I considered using fiverr but the feedback doesn't look to good even for the highly rated gigs. There's gigs where they'll send a tweet out to 80,000 followers but then you hear that someone only got 400 clicks from it.

      I thought Tube Mogul didn't allow affiliate marketing video's?
      With regards to twitter: Social marketing traffic converts very little. But the price is right! For $5 and 400 clicks or so I wouldn't complain.

      Never heard about Tube Mogul not allowing aff marketing vids. If that's the case you can always post unrelated (popular) videos then link to a somewhat related affiliate product.
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      • Profile picture of the author yourreviewer
        Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post

        If that's the case you can always post unrelated (popular) videos then link to a somewhat related affiliate product.
        Can you explain this method? Are you talking about taking popular videos in the related niche/market and having your affiliate link next to the video?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sean Ladyman
    Tube mogul allow them, but don't run through UTube - they have really tightened the belt!
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  • Profile picture of the author tobyR
    great info and thanks for sharing I'll try some of them out
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  • Profile picture of the author houstonb
    I found that slideshare and other doc, sites can be used for some good traffic if used correctly, there are several places to learn how to do it, I have even seen one WSO here, I even bought it myself and learned a few tricks from it I didnt know,

    I believe it was by Matthew Olsen...
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    • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
      Originally Posted by houstonb View Post

      I found that slideshare and other doc, sites can be used for some good traffic if used correctly, there are several places to learn how to do it, I have even seen one WSO here, I even bought it myself and learned a few tricks from it I didnt know,

      I believe it was by Matthew Olsen...
      Thanks for the reference, Houston!
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    • Profile picture of the author suemax
      Gonna check out slideshare. Thanks for resource info.

      I note we have suffered a bit from er "guess bloggers" on this thread!
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    I have heard that Tube Mogul is not wild about marketing content on its system.

    Another, similar, alternative is PixelPipe which i have heard a bit about recently and plan to utilize it for a new niche site I'm launching. It can really get your content out there fast and to a lot of sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
      Originally Posted by redicelander View Post

      I have heard that Tube Mogul is not wild about marketing content on its system.

      Another, similar, alternative is PixelPipe which i have heard a bit about recently and plan to utilize it for a new niche site I'm launching. It can really get your content out there fast and to a lot of sites.
      Hmm... Hadn't heard of pixelswipe. I have also heard Traffic Geyser was great as well.
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      • Profile picture of the author J Bold
        Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post

        Hmm... Hadn't heard of pixelswipe. I have also heard Traffic Geyser was great as well.
        I've heard Traffic Geyser was great when it came out but now not as effective. And why buy it, as it's so expensive?

        A service like pixelpipe can do essentially the same thing, and for free. Also if I'm not mistaken Traffic Geyser is a monthly membership. No thanks.
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        • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
          Originally Posted by redicelander View Post

          I've heard Traffic Geyser was great when it came out but now not as effective. And why buy it, as it's so expensive?

          A service like pixelpipe can do essentially the same thing, and for free. Also if I'm not mistaken Traffic Geyser is a monthly membership. No thanks.
          Some people prefer tube mogul which is why I mentioned it. Plus, it's 100% free. But yeah if there is an affiliate-related problem going on there than pixelpipe sounds good. Thanks for the share.
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          • Profile picture of the author J Bold
            Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post

            Some people prefer tube mogul which is why I mentioned it. Plus, it's 100% free. But yeah if there is an affiliate-related problem going on there than pixelpipe sounds good. Thanks for the share.
            Well of course, free is better, that's why people would prefer it over traffic geyser. Not really sure I see the point of traffic geyser when you've got free sites around that do much of the same thing.

            Ya I'm not sure what I read about tubemogul, possibly not fans of affiliate marketing is what it was, but they obviously are all about marketing, so I think I misspoke. I do think they are ultimately about providing the free service so they can get paying clients, at least from what I can tell about their site.

            It's certainly worth trying out, however.
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        • Profile picture of the author noyzguy
          Originally Posted by redicelander View Post

          I've heard Traffic Geyser was great when it came out but now not as effective. And why buy it, as it's so expensive?

          A service like pixelpipe can do essentially the same thing, and for free. Also if I'm not mistaken Traffic Geyser is a monthly membership. No thanks.
          What about jaimie lewis heard he has great products, have you used any?
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      • Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post

        Hmm... Hadn't heard of pixelswipe. I have also heard Traffic Geyser was great as well.
        To my knowledge Pixel Pipe is an android and mobile based app. I'm sure they have online related service as well but from my understanding the mobile community was who they was targeting.
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  • Profile picture of the author jerrywilhelm
    I got my tubemogul account canceled because they dont like you promoting commercial videos
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    • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
      Originally Posted by jerrywilhelm View Post

      I got my tubemogul account canceled because they dont like you promoting commercial videos
      Well I think a great way to get around it then would be to create non-related videos with affiliate links in the descriptions and stuff like that.
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    • Profile picture of the author WillR
      Originally Posted by jerrywilhelm View Post

      I got my tubemogul account canceled because they dont like you promoting commercial videos
      A blessing in disguise if you ask me - better you learn that now rather than later. You will get much better results using short informational videos rather than commercial videos. How about converting some articles into some short informative videos. You will get much more targeted visitors to your site.

      You need to think of video marketing along the same lines as article marketing. You wouldn't go and write some sales pitch and try and submit it to all the article sites, would you? So don't do the same with video. The difference is that video sites will let you submit commercial videos - it doesn't mean you should though.
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      • Profile picture of the author davidjames42973
        I think the best way to drive traffic is find little offers on Fiverr. You have to use various methods and techniques to get good rankings. Fiverr has a ton of them which will cost you about $25 total in the end.

        Want to try out Traffic Geyser? Hire someone on Fiverr to run it for you. Want to try out SENuke? $5... Unique Article Wizard? $5. I can go on and on...
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        • Profile picture of the author TimG
          Originally Posted by davidjames42973 View Post

          I think the best way to drive traffic is find little offers on Fiverr. You have to use various methods and techniques to get good rankings. Fiverr has a ton of them which will cost you about $25 total in the end.

          Want to try out Traffic Geyser? Hire someone on Fiverr to run it for you. Want to try out SENuke? $5... Unique Article Wizard? $5. I can go on and on...
          Now that's an outstanding way to utilize Fiverr in a productive manner allowing you to benefit from those services and allowing someone to quickly earn $5 for running a task they have probably already done so hundreds of times before.

          Respectfully,
          Tim
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        • Profile picture of the author BrendanRa
          Originally Posted by davidjames42973 View Post

          I think the best way to drive traffic is find little offers on Fiverr. You have to use various methods and techniques to get good rankings. Fiverr has a ton of them which will cost you about $25 total in the end.

          Want to try out Traffic Geyser? Hire someone on Fiverr to run it for you. Want to try out SENuke? $5... Unique Article Wizard? $5. I can go on and on...
          For $25 dollars why not just purchase traffic? Honestly not trying to promote here but I, along with some friends with commerce sites, use my product and get some really good results...granted it's not organic, but it is targeted and if your site is more than a one page sales ad and actually has some value and a place to build your list, it's a good way to convert and build some sustainable traffic/income. Just throwin that out there
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          • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
            Originally Posted by BrendanRa View Post

            For $25 dollars why not just purchase traffic? Honestly not trying to promote here but I, along with some friends with commerce sites, use my product and get some really good results...granted it's not organic, but it is targeted and if your site is more than a one page sales ad and actually has some value and a place to build your list, it's a good way to convert and build some sustainable traffic/income. Just throwin that out there
            Could definitely purchase traffic but I'm trying to let others know about free methods to help mostly those just starting out. Also, with free traffic, people need to be careful because it's not always unique and/or real human beings that are viewing your sites. Sometimes it's merely a computer program.
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            • Profile picture of the author BrendanRa
              Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post

              Could definitely purchase traffic but I'm trying to let others know about free methods to help mostly those just starting out. Also, with free traffic, people need to be careful because it's not always unique and/or real human beings that are viewing your sites. Sometimes it's merely a computer program.
              I'll assume you meant "paid traffic," not "free traffic" that people need to be careful of haha But yes I totally agree, there are lots of sites that either don't offer targeted traffic, use bots and programs to make it look like they are sending traffic, etc. I've been victim to them all haha...I had money to invest when I started in all of this (usually teaming up with friends, etc.) so I had to try it out, some sucked, some worked great...which is why I did my own thing, don't have to worry about it now haha
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              • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
                Originally Posted by BrendanRa View Post

                I'll assume you meant "paid traffic," not "free traffic" that people need to be careful of haha But yes I totally agree, there are lots of sites that either don't offer targeted traffic, use bots and programs to make it look like they are sending traffic, etc. I've been victim to them all haha...I had money to invest when I started in all of this (usually teaming up with friends, etc.) so I had to try it out, some sucked, some worked great...which is why I did my own thing, don't have to worry about it now haha
                Oh yes I definitely meant paid traffic sorry! haha
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                • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
                  Gina, I'm not knocking your list, but I do have to question your definitions...

                  How is spending money on Fiverr for ad blasts or anything else "free" traffic?

                  Also, traffic that does not convert, at any price, is pretty expensive IMO.

                  Now that I'm done picking nits, I think this thread has brought up a perfect way for the folks who get the willies from the idea of "paid" traffic to get their feet wet.

                  Particularly the idea of using Fiverr and similar services to run jobs using certain methods without having to purchase the software and climb each learning curve.
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                  • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
                    Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

                    Gina, I'm not knocking your list, but I do have to question your definitions...

                    How is spending money on Fiverr for ad blasts or anything else "free" traffic?

                    Also, traffic that does not convert, at any price, is pretty expensive IMO.

                    Now that I'm done picking nits, I think this thread has brought up a perfect way for the folks who get the willies from the idea of "paid" traffic to get their feet wet.

                    Particularly the idea of using Fiverr and similar services to run jobs using certain methods without having to purchase the software and climb each learning curve.
                    Hey John,

                    Whoops I meant to say cheap/free. But yeah this thread was definitely meant primarily for newbies. Thanks for the good points! Hopefully it does help some people.
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        • Profile picture of the author Joe Mobley
          That's excellent David. William of Ockham would smile at the simple elegance.

          Good tip.

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          Originally Posted by davidjames42973 View Post

          I think the best way to drive traffic is find little offers on Fiverr. You have to use various methods and techniques to get good rankings. Fiverr has a ton of them which will cost you about $25 total in the end.

          Want to try out Traffic Geyser? Hire someone on Fiverr to run it for you. Want to try out SENuke? $5... Unique Article Wizard? $5. I can go on and on...
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  • Profile picture of the author eapen john
    I trust article marketing and SEO to be the most powerful sources of perpetual traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author TimG
    Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post

    Hey guys,

    So I just wanted to give something back to the forum. I stumbled upon a few lesser known traffic methods that I thought I would share for those of you that are new and those of you that want new traffic sources.

    1.) Fiverr - Here you can pay only 5 bucks and get blasts to thousands of twitter and facebook followers. I've never seen a cheaper place to advertise online to that many people. HIGHLY recommended!

    P.S. Make sure you check the users feedback. Some people just take the 5 bucks and never send a blast. Make sure they are trustworthy first.

    2.) Tube Mogul - This is a great source to blast your videos to tons of video sites (youtube, dailymotion, veoh, etc...) all at the same time. Great for video marketing! All automatic once you've signed up for the sites and entered your login info.

    3.) Slideshare - You can use this resource to create short ebooks with your affiliate links (and/or optin page link) embedded into it. Great for ongoing and automatic traffic generation.


    To your success,
    Gina Reedy
    Good list Gina!

    I like all three methods but each have varied results. With Fiverr you have to shop around which takes a small amount of time.

    I like Tube Mogul but they can be picky and Slideshare is a great resource.

    Outside of the box methods can contribute greatly to the overall traffic generated for a website. As a combined element the synergy they create is awesome.

    Respectfully,
    Tim
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    How about using fiverr, yourself? Sell ebooks on there and within the ebook put a link to your site, certainly something to think about.
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  • Profile picture of the author houstonb
    Yeal I've used fiverr for some videos and articles, it just takes some searching around for the right person to do them. But once you find some one that does decent work you can stick with them and get many videos and articles at a great price.

    I haven't tried the twitter or facebook blasts but they could work for some traffic I guess. But I have a twitter account with several thousand followers and the traffic I get from it doesn't seem to convert all that well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Deegan
    Personally I'm a fan of paid traffic using PPC or targeted banners. I get my best results and have the most fun when I tread off the beaten path when it comes to choosing keywords with PPC or finding sites for banner targeting.

    For example, a couple years ago I heard a well known marketer teach a method for marketing affiliate products using PPC by targeting keywords related to late night infomercials (can also work well with placement targets). The gist of the method was you would bid on the various infomercial keywords but link to a different but similar product that would pay you a commission.

    The method is known but most people don't even try it...
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  • Profile picture of the author Wiggy0618
    I think it depends on what you want to do.

    For example, posting on forums is very time consuming, and could (conceivably) have a very low relative ROI - i.e. number of clicks compared to how much time you spend doing it. However, it's a great long-term strategy to build your online presence and credibility, as well as establishing a name for yourself. You can leverage that later on into further credibility, which can be further leveraged.

    For instance, before I even got into selling stuff online, I was a member of a prominent forum in the niche in which I finally ended up going into online, simply b/c it was a big hobby/passion of mine. I was very involved on the forum (helped that I was pretty knowledgeable about the subject - LOL), and eventually asked to become a moderator.

    When I decided go online, I was able to use my 'status' as a mod on this prominent forum to get other prominent authority sites in the niche to publish my articles. One deal even ended up leading to me having my own regular column on a highly regarded news site in the niche.

    All that led to plenty of traffic and opt-ins to my list, but it took a long time (years) to realize. Of course, it wasn't my original intent, either, though.

    Had my intent been clicks from the get go, I prolly could have gotten as many clicks via articles directories or whatever, but the quality of traffic wouldn't have been as high, nor would it have led to the same amount of credibility.

    Would I recommend forum posting for a niche blog/mini-site? Nope. Would I recommend it if you wanted to establish yourself in a market? Damn straight.

    Gotta take your overall goals into account, IMO.
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  • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
    Yeah but you can always outsource it for speed!

    Try get-a-freelancer.com or freelancer.com or elance.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Han Fan
    Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post

    Hey guys,

    So I just wanted to give something back to the forum. I stumbled upon a few lesser known traffic methods that I thought I would share for those of you that are new and those of you that want new traffic sources.

    1.) Fiverr - Here you can pay only 5 bucks and get blasts to thousands of twitter and facebook followers. I've never seen a cheaper place to advertise online to that many people. HIGHLY recommended!

    P.S. Make sure you check the users feedback. Some people just take the 5 bucks and never send a blast. Make sure they are trustworthy first.

    2.) Tube Mogul - This is a great source to blast your videos to tons of video sites (youtube, dailymotion, veoh, etc...) all at the same time. Great for video marketing! All automatic once you've signed up for the sites and entered your login info.

    3.) Slideshare - You can use this resource to create short ebooks with your affiliate links (and/or optin page link) embedded into it. Great for ongoing and automatic traffic generation.

    Hope these help you guys out! Best of luck to all of you in your efforts! Remember, the money is in the list! Try to focus on building your mailing list(s) in order to increase your profitability.

    To your success,
    Gina Reedy

    Great Tips Here,

    Fiverr is great for testing marketing strategy, but you still need a real test plan....to work from...

    Tobue Mogue is great, except Pixel Pipe is even better...

    Slideshare, or any other document share sites always great.. for both ranking and traffic..make sure embed your site link on both top and buttom of your documents...
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  • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
    If you take a look around the forum you'll find these mentioned before - but thanks for sharing. There are some threads around with MANY traffic methods (I know I've posted over 50 in this type of thread in the past)
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  • Profile picture of the author sarahberra
    I've heard about the fiver site. I thought it was for paying gigs. I will need to check it out though. Thanks for sharing!
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  • Profile picture of the author settingsail
    Good poll I voted traffic exchanges because many times they are cheap and bring good traffic where each audience is compatible with each site.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
      Originally Posted by cooler1 View Post

      I considered using fiverr but the feedback doesn't look to good even for the highly rated gigs. There's gigs where they'll send a tweet out to 80,000 followers but then you hear that someone only got 400 clicks from it.

      If you think of it as only getting 400 clicks out of 80,000 followers, it doesn't sound so good. But, if you think of it as getting 400 clicks for just over a penny per click it doesn't sound too bad.

      It makes a difference which end of the telescope you look through.
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      • Profile picture of the author ronc0011

        Absolutely this is proving to be great thread. While it has produced some good ideas offered by others I think maybe it's even better value is the inspiration. it fires the imagination, gets you thinking out of the box after all this is where the true sparks of genus come from. You get my vote of disapproval also.
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  • Profile picture of the author Boricua
    I think the best way to drive traffic is find little offers on Fiverr. You have to use various methods and techniques to get good rankings. Fiverr has a ton of them which will cost you about $25 total in the end.
    Might not be a bad investment if done every two weeks or monthly. Mmmm@
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  • Profile picture of the author evelyng
    You definitely have to be careful with Fiverr. I got a bunch of forum signatures posted to Chinese blogs - or something I couldn't read. So far (a month later), they haven't registered as backlinks - but I guess it was worth a try. .
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  • Profile picture of the author davidfstyles
    Personally I find AdWords and SEO are the biggest steady traffic sources I get. Not too hard once you have your head around them and can lead to massive traffic. Hope that helps. David.
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  • Profile picture of the author Deric Yin
    I like direct-to-site media buys. All you need is a low-end ad server (i.e. adshuffle), load up some creatives, get inventory and you'll be all set.

    Contrary to what most think, small site media buys are not that expensive to start off with (dependent on niche, of course).
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    • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
      Originally Posted by Deric Yin View Post

      I like direct-to-site media buys. All you need is a low-end ad server (i.e. adshuffle), load up some creatives, get inventory and you'll be all set.

      Contrary to what most think, small site media buys are not that expensive to start off with (dependent on niche, of course).
      Media buys could be good as well. But one thing to keep in mind is that if it's not highly targeted there was just a huge waste of money.
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      • Profile picture of the author Deric Yin
        Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post

        Media buys could be good as well. But one thing to keep in mind is that if it's not highly targeted there was just a huge waste of money.
        That's very true. I'm in the dating vertical so I'm always on the lookout for dating blogs, relationship forums and the like.

        My product doesn't do well on search (in fact I discourage my affiliates from doing PPC), but I've got affiliates making five figures monthly on my product alone from small site media buys. The trick here is to negotiate for a flat placement fee, and then rotate the creatives to optimize for eCPM.

        It might sound complicated, but it's fairly easy to execute once you nail the process down.
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        • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
          Originally Posted by Deric Yin View Post

          That's very true. I'm in the dating vertical so I'm always on the lookout for dating blogs, relationship forums and the like.

          My product doesn't do well on search (in fact I discourage my affiliates from doing PPC), but I've got affiliates making five figures monthly on my product alone from small site media buys. The trick here is to negotiate for a flat placement fee, and then rotate the creatives to optimize for eCPM.

          It might sound complicated, but it's fairly easy to execute once you nail the process down.
          Hmm... Sounds really cool, Deric! You should write a WSO about it!
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          • Profile picture of the author Deric Yin
            Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post

            Hmm... Sounds really cool, Deric! You should write a WSO about it!
            Probably not... I'm not in the business of selling (IM) knowledge anyways. I do share quite freely among my affiliates though - they are the lifeblood of my business.
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  • Profile picture of the author panduari
    wow very interesting... i will try video marketing now.
    thanks four your awesome thread


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  • I hired someone on fiverr to create 25 accounts for me on sites like scribd, slideshare, etc. Now I have 25 places where I can publish my content and not wait to get approved by an article directory. Yay for fiverr!
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    • Profile picture of the author perfectlovehere
      Originally Posted by unlimitedmarketing View Post

      I hired someone on fiverr to create 25 accounts for me on sites like scribd, slideshare, etc. Now I have 25 places where I can publish my content and not wait to get approved by an article directory. Yay for fiverr!
      Fiverr definitely has great deals but I've said it once and I'll say it again...

      PLEASE check the feedback before making a purchase!
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      • Profile picture of the author genietoast
        I use Direct CPV, that pay-per-view traffic site. It does a really good job of getting you targeted traffic on the pennies. You can target keywords or actual URLs for as little as 1.5 cent per view. They use popunders/overs kind of like those Netflix popunders you see.

        For one site I was able 450 view off $10. But the Internet Marketing Niche is expensive, some as high as $1.58 a view. These people are nuts to bid that high. You can still target URLs for as little as 2 cents a view.

        But you need $100 to start the account. And it takes a day (one working day) to approve your link. No hate speech, self-starting videos and pop-ups, etc.

        It's a great way to test a landing page or the copy on your squeeze page for conversions. You can geo-target, keyword-target and URL target.

        Tip: When targeting URLs, be sure to study the demographics of the audience for that site on Alexa.

        Nothing is ever as targeted as search engine traffic, but this is pretty close.
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    • Profile picture of the author celente
      Originally Posted by unlimitedmarketing View Post

      I hired someone on fiverr to create 25 accounts for me on sites like scribd, slideshare, etc. Now I have 25 places where I can publish my content and not wait to get approved by an article directory. Yay for fiverr!
      Leveraging and outsourcing.

      Once warriors work out the true power of this, the sky is the limit.

      While I will admit I have been scammed on fiverr a few times. Man that place is a treasure trove of great works and bargains waiting to be plucked from thin air. Especially if you need to get some outsourcing done.
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  • Profile picture of the author farhan0101
    it was nice post and thanks for this sharing on this forum and i will go through all the sites to had given on the lists
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  • Profile picture of the author mattangelo1985
    I found an great site as fiverr and gigs. Jobsfor10.com an great site which brings 55,000 follower in Twitter for $5.
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  • Profile picture of the author garyk1968
    I used to like tubemogul (when it was free) but found the most effective video site in tubemoguls selection was dailymotion so i tend to post direct to that.

    For me it has to be PAD file submission, if you give away software (like I do) or if you dont turn a webpage or PDF into a .exe and submit that instead.

    Gary
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  • Profile picture of the author AngelaLuo
    Really good advice for a newbie who has waste so much money and got so little feedback.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeMorgan
    Hey Jina ,

    Great share .

    I agree the resources you shared are great to drive traffic to any site .
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  • Profile picture of the author halimiabuhassan
    Im using three method upside there ... Its good enough for me ... Nver think to change since a years ago ...
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  • Profile picture of the author KenFighter
    Im love doing facebook ads or siggy rental
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  • Profile picture of the author calfred
    I use Google.

    Free traffic leads to autopilot income every month. Yum!
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  • Profile picture of the author DanielleLynnCopy
    I mostly use Fiverr and Forums But as other posters put - you definitely need to treat Fiverr carefully if you want meaningful traffic. And by the looks of your poll, it seems to still be a highly under-used way to get some great viewers to your site/twitter/links.
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Nice tips, always trying to post your content on sites that tend to syndicate your links is a great way to get ongoing traffic
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    • Profile picture of the author InfinityNetwork
      I voted for CPC in the poll above ... that and affiliates are my favorite sources of traffic. But if you are discussing free/cheap traffic methods for newbies, CPC is still an option. There are those $100 in free Google traffic coupons and links floating around all over the place, and I've seen other smaller search engines and similar places with $25 free credit for new accounts on and off through the years. That could be a good way for a newbie to get their feet wet in the search engines and maybe find a good keyword or two that converts cheaply for them. New websites can also submit their url to large and small search engines and directories for free, I don't have a list handy but they are out there ... or simply contact related sites and ask them to put your link up (depending on the subject matter, obviously that is easier for educational sites versus competitive commercial sites).
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  • Profile picture of the author ant888
    Thank you for these three sources luv ...
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  • Profile picture of the author Eleanor
    My favourite traffic method is still (and probably always will be) article marketing. It takes time but the traffic is for life!

    I've tried the Fiverr twitter blasts and they do work but it's rare to find a targeted blast so like others have said, the clicks are low even if the follower count is high.

    Thanks
    Eleanor
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  • Profile picture of the author Targeted Traffic
    Originally Posted by perfectlovehere View Post


    2.) Tube Mogul - This is a great source to blast your videos to tons of video sites (youtube, dailymotion, veoh, etc...) all at the same time. Great for video marketing! All automatic once you've signed up for the sites and entered your login info.
    It's great. The only drawback is the limited number of video services you can submit to. However, they cover the heavy hitters and oh yeah...it's free
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  • Profile picture of the author Juvv2096
    Fiverr has some really funny and interesting things on it. Im yet to buy any though I just browse through and laugh.
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