where do you buy traffic?

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Besides Facebook and Google where is a good place to buy traffic?
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMatos
    Originally Posted by NicheExposed View Post

    Besides Facebook and Google where is a good place to buy traffic?
    Oh, I have a ton of traffic buying sites. Google and Facebook are great traffic sources but a little harder to get started. You have to bid, make sure you are not violating any TOS's and can get very expensive.

    But if you want guaranteed traffic I suggest these sources. They are great quality and super cheap too. You pay per click. And it's always a steady rate. Average is about .75 cents per click:

    1. Ad.fly
    2. OnlineTrafficHub.com
    3. PremiumTrafficSolution.com
    4. MyTrafficSource.com

    They all offer quality traffic with the exception of "Ad.fly". They are a little bit more general, so their traffic wont convert as well as the other ones. But what they lack in quality, they make up in numbers.

    Hope this helps,

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  • Profile picture of the author irawr
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    Originally Posted by NicheExposed View Post

    Besides Facebook and Google where is a good place to buy traffic?
    I don't think Marx read your post. I highly recommend Bing, the traffic is lower but I find it's generally cheaper and sometimes converts better, obviously it's different for everyone.

    Bing's rules are also a bit relaxed but you will have to mess around quite a bit to get your landing page's quality score up.
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  • Profile picture of the author greenowl123
    Right now, I buy traffic from Bing Ads PPC, offline advertising in magazines and weekly or daily newspapers, online classified ads (I outsource the ad posting, so it essentially is "paid advertising"),
    solo ads mainly via Udimi dot com, Infolinks, and buying text ads or banner space on related niche blogs.
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    • Profile picture of the author Vladan1989
      try addmefast for start to exchange traffic, then later you try other services.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by NicheExposed View Post

    Besides Facebook and Google where is a good place to buy traffic?
    It depends on what you are promoting.
    I use a fair bit of PPV and media buys for traffic.
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  • Having experimented in many things from banners to adwords to buying high DA blog postings, I have shifted 90% of my traffic problem solving to SEO. I have multiple companies providing SEO for me and I use SerpBook to keep an eye on results. So, if a particular company does not measure up, they are fired..

    My standard for relevance for a particular SEO company is pretty simple:

    1- I set up the long tail keywords for my site in SerpBook to see where my site is located at the present time. I also get the Google search volume for those long tail keywords. (they do Bing and Yahoo too, but those don't matter to me. 1/10 difference)

    2- I search Google Trends to find out if the keywords I am interested in are even worth targeting. Google Trends will give you the geographic location and search numbers. This is very important. If nothing shows up, you are wasting your time. No sense in paying for SEO optimization for keywords that nobody or very few are looking for.

    3- I then enter these in to SerpBook and watch it for about 3 weeks. I have found that is about the length of time for SerpBook to pull actual search result numbers for those keywords Google wide.

    4- Then I pay my guys. If after 60 days there is no significant movement, they are fired. If any given month they are stagnant with movement, like move in to the top 50 but no further, they are fired. (often times when you start your keywords for your site are not even in the top 100)

    Some Important Things to look For With Seo Companies:

    1- Hand submitted monthly. If they offer 1000's of submissions monthly, those are automated and Google will eventually find out and then you are history.

    2- Do they provide reports? They should at minimum provide an excel spread sheet with the following information:

    a- Site, Anchor Text or URL submitted., Account user name and password, Page to your site URL.

    b- Reputable companies will also provide SerpBook or similar type of ranking report results.

    If you are not allowed to inspect their work, stay the hell away from them! I don't care what their excuse is. Often it is a "Private Network" issue. Bullshit. They will rip you off.

    Needless to say, with the amount of firing that happens, you need some money to risk with SEO.
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    • Profile picture of the author zetutis
      Wery good post thanks man !
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    • Profile picture of the author zetutis
      Originally Posted by totalprocessing.net View Post

      Having experimented in many things from banners to adwords to buying high DA blog postings, I have shifted 90% of my traffic problem solving to SEO. I have multiple companies providing SEO for me and I use SerpBook to keep an eye on results. So, if a particular company does not measure up, they are fired..

      My standard for relevance for a particular SEO company is pretty simple:

      1- I set up the long tail keywords for my site in SerpBook to see where my site is located at the present time. I also get the Google search volume for those long tail keywords. (they do Bing and Yahoo too, but those don't matter to me. 1/10 difference)

      2- I search Google Trends to find out if the keywords I am interested in are even worth targeting. Google Trends will give you the geographic location and search numbers. This is very important. If nothing shows up, you are wasting your time. No sense in paying for SEO optimization for keywords that nobody or very few are looking for.

      3- I then enter these in to SerpBook and watch it for about 3 weeks. I have found that is about the length of time for SerpBook to pull actual search result numbers for those keywords Google wide.

      4- Then I pay my guys. If after 60 days there is no significant movement, they are fired. If any given month they are stagnant with movement, like move in to the top 50 but no further, they are fired. (often times when you start your keywords for your site are not even in the top 100)

      Some Important Things to look For With Seo Companies:

      1- Hand submitted monthly. If they offer 1000's of submissions monthly, those are automated and Google will eventually find out and then you are history.

      2- Do they provide reports? They should at minimum provide an excel spread sheet with the following information:

      a- Site, Anchor Text or URL submitted., Account user name and password, Page to your site URL.

      b- Reputable companies will also provide SerpBook or similar type of ranking report results.

      If you are not allowed to inspect their work, stay the hell away from them! I don't care what their excuse is. Often it is a "Private Network" issue. Bullshit. They will rip you off.

      Needless to say, with the amount of firing that happens, you need some money to risk with SEO.
      Wery good info thanks man !
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  • Profile picture of the author Kojo25
    I would highly recommend to buy traffic via solo ads from Udimi. This place has a lot of high quality sellers that provide real traffic that converts well.
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  • Profile picture of the author luminhquang
    I highly recommend Bing Ads. They have high quality traffic that converts! However, the CPC for some products are high and volume low. I hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author iangh
    I mainly buy my traffic from Facebook Solo Ad groups the main one being Solo Ads Testimonials Manny Hernandez's group where I am able to read testimonials from all the vendors buyers looking at opt-in rates and whether sales are made.

    I've found some great solo ad vendors in this group.
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  • Profile picture of the author sprucevn
    Building high quality content will support to rise website traffic that can be known as long-term and solid method. In addition, you are possible to combine other sources for increasing traffic such as social media, Ads...besides, generating quality backlinks also help your site have high traffic flow.
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  • Profile picture of the author kimanierick
    i do offline marketing and also utilize the radio. I make sure that I use all possible means to promote my products and make sure I get to all potential users. the good thing with my products is that they are not specific to a certain group and therefore I find promoting it very simple. Everyday I my website and business experience a lot of traffic of which over 70% converts to money in.
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  • Profile picture of the author bostjan33
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    Do you want traffic or sales? Because if you want actual sales, I'd recommend Promobrite(dotcom), they'll get you guaranteed sales or your money back.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnlagoudakis
    I like to buy PPV traffic from Trafficvance, LeadImapct, and recently 50onred, which is also quite good.
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  • Profile picture of the author tahoecale
    A place that you could check out for traffic is fivver. Just make sure that you research and talk to everyone about exactly what you want before purchasing their services.
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  • Profile picture of the author time4vps
    It's strange noone mentioned Outbrain or StumbleUpon. You should check them out!
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  • Profile picture of the author chyan007
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    It depends in which niche you are in

    There is no precise answer to this
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  • Profile picture of the author chyan007
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    It depends in which niche you are in

    There is no precise answer to this
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Alex
    Bing is the best in terms of pricing and conversion
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  • Profile picture of the author Rankerz
    So far I recommend youtube as it is free after that go for bing no better option just get a coupon and play around to get familiar with it. I used my 100$ coupon for my affiliates campaign and got 108$ sales in 5 days so it worked best for me but bing has some stupid issue they put hold on ads without notification and sometime their target audience messed up and you will be getting clicks from other countries as well but still 90% of the traffic is great and targeted.
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  • Profile picture of the author agarwalaman404
    I never buy traffic. I use different social media sites like Facebook, twitter, pinterest, Google+ to earn traffic not to buy.
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  • Profile picture of the author mountain90
    I don't buy. All of them from SEO..
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  • Profile picture of the author devidweb
    I think traffic can boost your website performance .It is simple just choose your package and get your site filled with potential customers.
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  • I highly recommend Bing ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkBlack6Adv
    Greetings

    I recommend trying Bing Ads, as it is really simple and effective.

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  • Profile picture of the author bimasena25
    I think you can effectively buy traffic at paid to click site which give a lot of visitor
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  • Profile picture of the author Moira Yao
    any ad network can supply traffic. but you need to know the target consumer of yours. Then it is necessary for you to select one suitable for you. for advertising on desktop apps(Windows or Mac), desktopad/com and buysellads can supply many kinds of traffic.
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  • Bing and Yahoo PPC is quite good and targeted. I find the traffic from those sources to be more non tech crowd...
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  • Profile picture of the author sandy0072
    Just make sure that you research and talk to everyone about exactly what you want before purchasing their services.
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  • Profile picture of the author BAC
    buy traffic for what adsense? product? or else?
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  • Profile picture of the author sunil900
    Depend on your niche keyword and full digital marketing work like ,SEO,SMO,PPC and many more.
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  • Profile picture of the author HomaQadoro
    Bing ads, 10khits,...
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  • Profile picture of the author maxsi
    1)) It depends by your niche

    2)) my favorite traffic source (TARGETED) is my mailing lists, my lists of subscribers.

    You use different resources to get subscribers and make relationships with them, after that you get traffic for ZERO COST
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  • Profile picture of the author DavidZin
    Good post .I want to buy traffic for website.
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  • well,there are many guys offer good ways to buy traffic.
    so i dont say it anymore.i think the most important is that u need to think about your inputs and outputs.


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  • Profile picture of the author david2015
    Originally Posted by NicheExposed View Post

    Besides Facebook and Google where is a good place to buy traffic?
    Another place you can buy targetted traffic is from solo ads. The seller of solo ads has the list of targetted list of people that suit your needs.
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