Scam or real send 40000 human visitors to your website for x amount of money

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I keep seeing adds for i will send you 10000 400000 etc visitors to your website or variations like human visitors, targeted visitors. Are they real visitors? is this a scam . IF it isn't couldnt I just use these visits to convert affilate offers?
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
    Let me guess, they don't cost much either?

    Respectfully, work it out, if those vistors were real or targeted why is the person selling them for silly money? Why are they selling them at all when they could be using them to make real money?
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  • Originally Posted by shrekyoung View Post

    I keep seeing adds for i will send you 10000 400000 etc visitors to your website or variations like human visitors, targeted visitors. Are they real visitors? is this a scam . IF it isn't couldnt I just use these visits to convert affilate offers?

    SCAM. Dont buy it. Period.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Poc
    Probably, these are real visitors, but it's almost imposible to make money from them!

    Usually, they get that traffic from link shorteners. For example, someone clicks on a link, and they are taken to your site for 5-15 seconds, then they are redirected to the page that they wanted to access. This traffic is RUBBISH and you can get 5000 visitors for $0.80...
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  • Profile picture of the author Margo Tuul
    Don't buy. It's waste of money. Yes, it's real traffic, but if they are all from China for example...traffic is useless. It's not target traffic what you get. Like Matt said above...they will see your site few seconds and they get redirected...
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  • It's real traffic, but junk traffic. As in, they won't buy anything and have no interest in your website (usually since they only see your site for a couple of seconds due to being auto-redirected to your site).

    So it's real, but simply not worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author WinXPrize
    It'll probably be ping or something not worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    If it were that easy, everyone would be doing it. Cheap, untargeted traffic doesn't convert. It's a waste of money to buy that kind of traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author rrm
      Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

      If it were that easy, everyone would be doing it. Cheap, untargeted traffic doesn't convert. It's a waste of money to buy that kind of traffic.

      Yep. I certainly would do it if I got good conversions and traffic was targeted. I am not a fan of traffic dumps in general, unless targeted. Otherwise it's like snipe hunting. Put your money in what will do the most good down the road.

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  • Profile picture of the author wgempire
    As stated above these visitors see your home page for less than 30 seconds and are redirected to next site, its a waste of money, I bought like 40,000 real vistors from fiverr and got zero conversions.
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  • It may or may not be real human traffic, but it's not likely to make you any money. It may help you as far as getting some visitors to your site, which google may like, but I wouldn't go shopping for a new car just yet. If you just need traffic even if it doesn't convert, then you could do it. If you need actual sales from your traffic, it's a waste of time for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author rayur786
    Hmmm..

    There are also bots and softwares for auto traffic.. but no use.
    If you are using adsense.. Be Ready To Get BAnned Within a Week.
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  • Profile picture of the author Arief Ramadhan
    Yeah! They are real visitors but not targeted so you will not make any money from them. I have learned about the real visitors business and simply, the seller using PTC to send traffic to your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Burton Lancaster
    most traffic like this comes from porn site owners that just iframe 20 or more links in a 1x1 pixel iframe. It makes your stats look good, but the benefits stop there. Huge rip off.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Stepp
    Most black-hatters use this kind of traffic to "trick" the CPA networks.

    They use bluefart techniques to get leads, and their conversion rate is usually pretty high. So, they buy this cheap traffic to lower their conversion rate so they look less suspicious to their CPA network.

    If you are building a real business, this traffic is garbage. I'd stay away from it.
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  • Profile picture of the author LarryC
    Many people buy traffic like this when starting out (I did at least) but I've never heard of any of it converting. Some people do this to raise their Alexa ranking to make it easier to flip their site. That's sort of a deceptive tactic in that they're making it appear that the site is getting lots of real traffic when it's not.
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  • Profile picture of the author trishseo
    Originally Posted by shrekyoung View Post

    I keep seeing adds for i will send you 10000 400000 etc visitors to your website or variations like human visitors, targeted visitors. Are they real visitors? is this a scam . IF it isn't couldnt I just use these visits to convert affilate offers?
    Most of these are just bots. However, contrary to popular belief, some of these are legit.

    The two most legit kinds I have seen are expired domain registrar redirects and PTC sites where people get paid a small amount to surf.

    However, unless you're just trying to drive up your traffic numbers to sell a domain or advertising, the conversion of this traffic is awful. You won't make a single sale from it. The reason is simple, the visitors aren't at all looking for what you're offering and couldn't care less.

    It's not a scam per se because there are some real users behind some of them. It's how you're intending on utilizing that traffic surge and if it's to directly sell, you will be seriously disappointed.

    It's like people who trade youtube views. Yes they're real users. Do they care what's on your video and will they stop at it to buy your product/service? Doubtful.
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    • Profile picture of the author fin
      Ive bought 10,000 visitors for my new weight loss blog.

      The visitors will be from the US and looking for now defunct weight loss sites.

      Cost me $39 and from a good member over on Bring The Fresh.

      If I make 1 sale in 10,000 and make my money back i'll be happy.

      If I dont, then it will be something to do with my site as I cant see why 1 in 10,000 wouldnt buy

      Ill let you know next week if you like as im getting dripped 2000 per day from tomorrow
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        Originally Posted by fin View Post

        Ive bought 10,000 visitors for my new weight loss blog.

        The visitors will be from the US and looking for now defunct weight loss sites.

        Cost me $39 and from a good member over on Bring The Fresh.

        If I make 1 sale in 10,000 and make my money back i'll be happy.

        If I dont, then it will be something to do with my site as I cant see why 1 in 10,000 wouldnt buy

        Ill let you know next week if you like as im getting dripped 2000 per day from tomorrow
        Good luck mate, if that's what they told you they were. How do you know for a fact they are all from defunct weight loss sites exactly?

        Next time just get the War Room membership and you'll have $2 left in your pocket.

        Please do come back and let us know too, because I'd expect one hell of a lot of sales from 10,000 targeted visitors, not just my money back.
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        • Profile picture of the author fin
          Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

          Good luck mate, if that's what they told you they were. How do you know for a fact they are all from defunct weight loss sites exactly?

          Next time just get the War Room membership and you'll have $2 left in your pocket.

          Please do come back and let us know too, because I'd expect one hell of a lot of sales from 10,000 targeted visitors, not just my money back.
          Well Its someone with great feedback who I bought it from and when I order, it has a selection to choose countries from and niche you want to target from. So im sure its from defunct website. She explains how she came about this deal.

          The site has a sales page im linking to and a blog page with a few pretty good articles.

          Its only one of my first sites so I have no idea if my sales page is attractive but ive had people look at it from a fitness forum I post on and they say it sounds appealing.

          Worth a try for $39 right
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          • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
            Originally Posted by fin View Post

            Well Its someone with great feedback who I bought it from and when I order, it has a selection to choose countries from and niche you want to target from. So im sure its from defunct website. She explains how she came about this deal.

            The site has a sales page im linking to and a blog page with a few pretty good articles.

            Its only one of my first sites so I have no idea if my sales page is attractive but ive had people look at it from a fitness forum I post on and they say it sounds appealing.

            Worth a try for $39 right
            Well if you think it works and everyone else who has posted here doesn't have a clue what they're saying - go for it.

            it has a selection to choose countries from and niche you want to target from
            Cool, that clearly makes it legit. :rolleyes:

            Come back and let us know how you got on.

            Ask yourself this though. If you had lists of 10k, in any niche, in any country, don't you think you could make more than a measly $39 a mail out? All those people in all those niches but she sells them to you for peanuts? I could make a fortune off a 10k mailing list, why is she selling it to you for $39?

            So im sure its from defunct website. She explains how she came about this deal.
            You're sure but you've no proof but she "explained" it, so you'll believe her.

            Good luck mate. :rolleyes::p
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  • Profile picture of the author renukoot
    That depends upon the the type of traffic you are getting. If it is targeted with specific categorization chances of getting it convert to sales are strong.

    The Sales also depends upon what you offer to customers. If its just usual stuff with no new mix then even being on the site for a hour will not make any sales.

    Depends upon Mix and Just not on traffic. So better work with both.
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  • Profile picture of the author tosta
    the offer sounds a little bit like some traffic exchange networks. The traffic there is not that good( people surf each others sites for traffic, it's rotating traffic) at all and if you promise like 40k visitors then the delivery may be slow or five visits per day. ineffective for sure, never purchase that kind of stuff, and do background search before ordering anything.

    Internet is full of scams, never trust anything.
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  • Profile picture of the author scottmanesis
    common sense prevails....or maybe not. I have a buyers list that is nowhere near 10k and you couldn't come up with enough money to mail YOUR offer to it.
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    • Profile picture of the author fin
      Well you can be sarcastic all you want but at the end of the day, I wont know till next weekend.

      Might work, might not.

      I'll let you know.

      I have logged into my tracker account and the campaign has been set up.

      2000 visitors per day for 5 days.

      When it hits 2000 visitors for the day it pauses and restarts the next day.

      Or you can pause and start it when you want and target specific times
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        Originally Posted by fin View Post

        Well you can be sarcastic all you want but at the end of the day, I wont know till next weekend.

        Might work, might not.

        I'll let you know.

        I have logged into my tracker account and the campaign has been set up.

        2000 visitors per day for 5 days.

        When it hits 2000 visitors for the day it pauses and restarts the next day.

        Or you can pause and start it when you want and target specific times
        Sorry if you feel I was being sarcastic, that wasn't my intention.

        On a serious note, if it does work for you and from 10,000 people you should get at least a 0.5% sales conversion assuming you have a good offer, you should clear 50 sales easily and at say $50 you'll have made $2500 for a $39 investment.

        If you do this it's the best $39 you ever spent.

        Again....

        it has a selection to choose countries from and niche you want to target from
        The point I was trying to make was that this person is unlikely to have defunct websites, in every niche in every country and if she does she's a mug for selling visitors for just $39 when she could be mailing them offers. If I had unlimited traffic, in every niche in every language, I'd be very much retired, not flogging them off by the 10,000 for under 40 bucks.

        That's all I'm saying and I think you have to agree it's a good point.

        There have been 33 posts and not one person has told the OP to go for it, the OP has even said he thinks it's too good to be true. If it is true don't tell anyone, milk it and retire in a few months, I know I could with that.
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  • Profile picture of the author ironpump21
    its a scam. The hits you will get will be very very low quailty. Most the hits you will get won't even apply to your niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author Reed7
    Common sense really can work if you apply it . You may need to apply a human filter, as there are an endless amount of hard to believe hype tactics out there, and this one certainly falls into
    the " to good to be true" category. Save your money, move on to something with value, not a promise.
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  • Profile picture of the author Burton Lancaster
    If you ever find your emotional strings being plucked in a service or product offer, copy and past the sales letter, delete all the hype, promises, and potentially phony graphs, then re-read the letter and make your decision on the product / service that way.
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    Originally Posted by shrekyoung View Post

    I keep seeing adds for i will send you 10000 400000 etc visitors to your website or variations like human visitors, targeted visitors. Are they real visitors? is this a scam . IF it isn't couldnt I just use these visits to convert affilate offers?
    Haha these kind of offers always come from people who are trying to make quick money.

    I am very sure you will get 10000 visitors to your website but they are most probably bots. Even in the rare case that they are targeted visitors, they will never stay on your website for long.
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    • Profile picture of the author shrekyoung
      yeah I thought it was too good to be true. Possibly bots but hey better to ask then to miss out on some insane loophole people aren't telling me about.
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      • Profile picture of the author scottmanesis
        Originally Posted by shrekyoung View Post

        yeah I thought it was too good to be true. Possibly bots but hey better to ask then to miss out on some insane loophole people aren't telling me about.
        Looking for "loopholes" is probably the worst business plan ever. I don't know what else to say on that without going into a full blown rant. I wish people would stop looking for shortcuts and just start building a real sustainable business rather than looking for loopholes, short cuts and magic money buttons.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joshua Rigley
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    It might be possible to make a profit with this kind of traffic, I don't know. But for the most part, this kind of traffic is just too untargeted to be worth anything. It isn't buyer traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author samples
    if you need it for alexa ranking buy it if you need real customers don't buy
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  • Profile picture of the author murrad
    I agree with samples, it was right if you need Alexa ranking and for real customers.. there are number of ways to optimize your website.. follow that and you will get quality customers rather than quantity visitors.
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  • Profile picture of the author svensky
    Agreed, I would purchase for alexa ranking improvements, but I would not expect any sales to come from it unfortunately - been burned a few times from those when I started out.
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesGw
    It's probably not a scam. The traffic will just suck terribly.
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  • Profile picture of the author rahildeziner
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    They are just a scam nothing else. You are talking about affiliate offer hahah these are not good even for adsense.
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