Youlikehits - Real or Fake Traffic?

by Akogo
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Anyone try Youlikehits? Do the people from Youlikehits who like your Facebook page ever read your page or interact by leaving comments or posting photos?

Any interaction from people using Youlikehits to your Twitter, Myspace, YouTube, Stumbleupon, Digg and your website?
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanHend
    99% of paid traffic are junk. Never converts and they don't engage. People use them just to artificially increase some form of stats. - (Alexa rank, page views, etc). Dont go around buying traffic unless you've a specific purpose for it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Melissaval
      Originally Posted by RyanHend View Post

      99% of paid traffic are junk. Never converts and they don't engage. People use them just to artificially increase some form of stats. - (Alexa rank, page views, etc). Dont go around buying traffic unless you've a specific purpose for it.
      I agree with Ryan, paid traffic tends to be rubbish traffic. Stick to what works, organic traffic from search engines, article marketing, backlinks etc. They are much more likely to engage with your site and, if you're lucky, actually buy something
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    • Profile picture of the author ebusinesstutor
      Originally Posted by RyanHend View Post

      99% of paid traffic are junk. Never converts and they don't engage. People use them just to artificially increase some form of stats. - (Alexa rank, page views, etc). Dont go around buying traffic unless you've a specific purpose for it.
      And 99% of all statistics are made up. Including the one above and mine here.

      I have used many forms of paid traffic and some work and some don't. The trick is to test and track to see what works for you and to calculate your return on investment on each campaign.

      The question was whether YouLikeHits would be of value. Reading the help section, it looks like this is a social media traffic exchange concept. You get points when you like, view or visit content and in return, your points are used to go to people who like, view or visit your content.

      Will this work? In my opinion, not as much as actual targeted social media traffic where people are only visiting because they want to. But it could work very well if you were selling a social media tool, ebook or course.

      If you do have a product of interest to this market, you could test it by using a tracking link and seeing how many actual conversions or sales you get from the program.
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    • Profile picture of the author gmcdonald
      Perfect advice
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      • Profile picture of the author Nuggol
        We invite the people on this thread to check out nuggol.


        The Nuggol platform aims to 'reward' only when 'genuine' web traffic is created. 'Genuine' traffic means: visitors who are interested in learning more and who are not receiving an incentive to view content.

        'Incentivized traffic' tends to produce traffic that has little or no intrinsic interest in the content matter because the 'click' or action was primarily motivated by the desire to earn a reward and not a desire to view interesting content. Nuggol is designed to greatly discourage this practice and reward quality, organic traffic.

        We have a number of articles available at support.nuggol.com and we are always interested in feedback from warrior forum members!
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  • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
    I've used 'em to get a clients video to the "most watched" section of Youtube, and then the "viral" explosion went from there. Made me a heft sum of cash too.

    So, depends on what you are looking to gain from it I guess.
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  • Profile picture of the author sam m
    yes they are real people and as mention in ebussiness tutor
    It is based on a point system.
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