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Unread 10th Oct 2008, 10:57 AM   #1
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Hi all, like all of you (I Think) I got the advertisement concerning "Traffic Drill" ......

Http://TrafficDrill.com/warriors.html?id=warriorpro


I have learned not to make a move joining or buying anything before running it by this forum. So, warriors what's your opinion concerning "Traffic Drill" ...... is it DEAL or NO DEAL (I like that ... LOL) and please explain why if you don't mind. If you don't want your opinion published , please feel free to PM me.

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I've the same question with Nathaniel too. It looks like a good deal but also confusing me. Is anyone know?
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Traffic Drill seems like a good deal to me. Probably have a lot of good info. Also, you can get out if you don't like it. Guaranteed

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It seems like a good concept but you'd think we could form a network for free. And that's kind of what this forum is all about too, wouldn't you say?

I'd like to see some results before jumping in. But Im sure the Rhodes brothers are going to make a killing just for starting it. Not only was the sales page well written and convincing but when you are able to market your product in the Warrior Forum on the top of the intro page, you can be assured you are going to get a few sign ups.

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Hi,

The question you have to ask yourselves....

Is is legitimate targeted traffic?

The best traffic based on my experience is the traffic you generate not what someone else generates....

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Very good point Jeff!
Targeted traffic is the only kind you really want!
However, I have already seen the benefits of networking.

I am able to drive traffic to my site through some of the methods discussed on the traffic drill page already, so I do know that certain methods do work well - BUT and there is always a but...........lol
you can do all this for FREE!
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Traffic Drill is cheap and the traffic should be targeted. It really doesn't matter who generates the traffic. For the low price I'll give it a look for a month and see how it goes.

I've found that some of the off the wall methods can do a great job.

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Concept is good, but is it good for newbies, it envolves sharing your traffic too...
Some of the beginners have no traffic to share in the first place, the concept is a bit sketchy

Any actual member of Traffic Drill here?
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I joined and I am busily doing what I do best, asking questions. When I figure it out I'll let you know. That means I haven't figured it out yet.

EDIT: So far it looks like all the members are social bookmarking each others sites. Have to keep reading to see if there is more.

Meanwhile, I am off to fuel a train.

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Concept is good, but is it good for newbies, it envolves sharing your traffic too...
Some of the beginners have no traffic to share in the first place, the concept is a bit sketchy

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I have not joined and will likely not join. It looks to me like (as Steve just said) that it is basically a "social bookmarking" system.

The sales copy is too long for my liking and keeps promising to tell how it works "later in the copy" but I don't think it ever really gave me any of the answers I was looking for or expecting.

My first impression was that it was something "important" from Warrior, and on that basis, I might have been interested in trying it. But once I got to the end, I realized it was just another intrusive, annoying ad in a trusted location where I was expecting to get unbiased help with my marketing business.

I think other Warriors will get fooled into thinking it is a Warrior product, too, and will end up putting out their money.

(Maybe the stress of a busy week is just getting to me - and the week is not over yet!)

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Let's cover a few things...

John S. Rhodes here, one of "The Rhodes Brothers" -- The Traffic Drill founders.

First, thanks for starting this thread up. We're always looking for feedback. And, we're
here to help Warriors make money online. We've been doing that for a while now.

Second, there is a lot of social bookmarking involved with Traffic Drill but it's fast and
easy. Simply put, members are spending time bookmarking for each other when and
where it makes sense. But there's a lot more going on here.

For example, several members are grabbing RSS feeds then submitting them for other
members. So, if you have a blog, I might grab your RSS feed and submit it to a few RSS
directories for you. That can lead to direct and indirect traffic.

There's more too. People are getting concrete advice on their web pages. They are getting
feedback about their blogs, sales pages, squeeze pages, content, headlines, and more.
These things impact conversions when the traffic arrives. They also impact traffic itself.

Many members are writing reviews for each other via StumbleUpon. They get the Stumble
plus the review. And, in some cases, they are getting votes. An example would be "votes"
on Squidoo lenses. That again drives traffic.

Regarding the quality of the traffic, the truth is that it's going to be all over the place.
However, many times the traffic is medium to high quality. For example, when our RSS
feed that was submitted to Feedage shows up on the SERPs is that good or bad traffic? It
could be terrible or fantastic. (In general, our traffic has been high quality.)

Here's an answer to this question, "Will it work for ANYONE?" -- The answer is YES. In
most cases you're not sharing traffic you have. Sure, if you have a blog and you're writing
a short review for someone you might push traffic their way. But, in most cases, you're
using tools and tactics that benefit other people without needing your own site.

One last thing to consider. Although it's not literally part of the Warrior Forum this is a JV
with Allen. He saw the offer, read the sales page, and understands the system. He's
offering it up in good faith...

If you have questions I encourage you to post them here. Or, if you want to be discrete
send me a PM. I'll try to get back to you in 24 hours or less.

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Wow, didn't expect one of the Rhodes brothers to come in here
and post a reply ;D

I don't know about you guys but it's an advert from Allen Says,
the admin of Warrior Forum. If it's such a loud advert to the
world's biggest internet forum, there should be a certain level
of good in it, isn't it?

Of course, I'm not saying to go right out and buy everything
that it recommends.

Whenever anyone buys a product (Traffic Drill, in this instance),
the most important thing to know is whether the product
will help solve a problem or improve a situation.

Like if you are using the back of a screwdriver to knock a nail
in, you'll need the right tool such as the hammer to knock it in
right.

You still get the job done but for Traffic Drill, it might get the
job done much better.

I'm not an affiliate for it but I do know that every product has
it's pros and cons. If you need traffic, Traffic Drill might be a
good fit. If you need content, then Traffic Drill might not.

Consider what it is you want and then get it.

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Originally Posted by John S. Rhodes View Post

John S. Rhodes here, one of "The Rhodes Brothers" -- The Traffic Drill founders.

First, thanks for starting this thread up. We're always looking for feedback. ~ John
Hello, John:

Thank you for popping in to this thread to respond and contribute. As Asher just expressed, it's always great to see the founders of a program watching and participating in the forums. Originally, I thought your ad may have simply been an affiliate member ad.

Since Allen is a JV partner, I can understand why the ad was given a prominent spot. If this was my forum, I would probably do the same thing.

Asher's post makes some very good points and observations. Members have to read the ad and determine for themselves whether your service is worth pursuing. Earlier, Stephen made a good reference to the relatively low cost of the service.

Judging from the ad and your additional information, it looks to be an interactive process, so the aspect of the time involved to do those things must also be taken into consideration.

Again as Asher suggested, I am sure that for those members who see the benefits they seek listed in the details, the program will have appeal and the potential to produce the desired results.

Thanks again, John, for posting your comments here.

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The more I look at the program the better value I see, especially right now. It is only $19.00 and change and for that you get a large number of people submitting your Feeds and social marking your site and blog post. I don't know exactly what the potential for backlinks and visitors is just yet but it looks like it will be quite high. Because both of those are what makes us money I see it as a bargain. How much is 100 or so backlinks worth a month? I'll bet we will end up with more than 100.

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Hi,


You can submit your own sites to feeds and bookmarks with one click .

I can come to the warrior forum for free for concrete advice.

Just trying to see if there is something that I am missing ?

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The question would be, can you get 50 other people to submit your feeds and sites for free?

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You can submit your own sites to feeds and bookmarks with one click .

I can come to the warrior forum for free for concrete advice.

Just trying to see if there is something that I am missing ?

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Hello,

Maybe , I am missing something , which is highly likely. If I have already submitted my feed to the feed engines and someone else does also...wouldn't that be spamming ?

How can the same feed be submitted twice ? Once you have submitted to the feeds, everytime that you post, the feed picks it up and it is added to your feed.

Now if 50 people are going to be putting my feed on there site then that is a different story.

If people bookmark my site, I guess that is great too but I wouldn't want to be submitting other peoples pages, I have better things to do. ( not being selfish )

Now if someone were to tell me that i do not have to do anything and they will do everything to get my site traffic, I'm in.

Maybe, I am still missing something.

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I just signed up fo traffic drill and am having second thoughts. I am unable to sign in, recieving a 500 internal server error, their server. Very disappointing. I need help, with no avail.
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I have been able to log in from the minute I signed up with no problems. I have no clue how to get a hold of a help desk if they have one.

So far the program is working very well. I spend about 20 minutes bookmarking 2-3 member sites and simply add on of my pages, either a blog post or an article. Several people bookmark and stumble my sites and I bookmark a few of theirs. There is a grading system to keep it fair. I am happy with the results so far and for the price it is worth it.

As far as not bookmarking other sites goes. Most of the bookmarking sites will eventually ban you if all you are doing is bookmarking your own pages and site. They call it spamming. Because of this rule I have always bookmarked other sites. I use to Stumble pages and bookmark/stumble
the ones I liked. Now I just bookmark sites in the program and get a bonus by getting return bookmarks and links back.

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I just signed up fo traffic drill and am having second thoughts. I am unable to sign in, recieving a 500 internal server error, their server. Very disappointing. I need help, with no avail.

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Hmmmm, double double

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I have been able to log in from the minute I signed up with no problems.

So far the program is working very well. I spend about 20 minutes bookmarking 2-3 member sites and simply add one of my pages, either a blog post or an article. Several people bookmark and stumble my sites and I bookmark a few of theirs. There is a grading system to keep it fair. I am happy with the results so far and for the price it is worth it at this point.

As far as not bookmarking other sites goes. Most of the bookmarking sites will eventually ban you if all you are doing is bookmarking your own pages and site. They call it spamming. Because of this rule I have always bookmarked other sites. I use to Stumble pages and bookmark/stumble the ones I liked. Now I just bookmark sites in the program and get a bonus by getting return bookmarks and links back.

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I just signed up fo traffic drill and am having second thoughts. I am unable to sign in, recieving a 500 internal server error, their server. Very disappointing. I need help, with no avail.

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Sounds like another link farm to me. lol, I wonder whether Google is able to track all these.

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stephen meyer, how much traffic have you seen from the bookmarks/blogposts others have done for you in the last 5 or so days since you joined?
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According to the rules we are to post a thread asking for traffic with certain criteria. I have not posted asking for traffic yet so I have not benefited from a group effort. But, just by posting that I have social bookmarked other peoples articles and sites I have received up to 225 more visitors in a day and I am averaging about 30-50 more visits daily. Since I am off the next couple days I will make a post asking for traffic and to submit my RSS links. I'll see what happens.

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stephen meyer, how much traffic have you seen from the bookmarks/blogposts others have done for you in the last 5 or so days since you joined?
No, not a "Link farm", no recipricol linking being done. Social bookmarking/networking is a very important part of building a business in todays online marketing. I even know of a mentoring group that has a social bookmarking and stumbleupon thread that I started. It is very active, or maybe it was very active. You can bookmark any site you want to and there is nothing wrong with it and it is not spamming. Actually, if you only bookmark your own site and pages that is spamming and you can loose your posting priviledges.

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Hey Warriors,

Matt Rhodes here, John posted above and answered most concerns, I want to pop my head in here and add some quick notes too.

zeus1725, there was a stretch when our server was having problems for a few hours. We've fixed it and Traffic Drill is working just fine now. I'm sorry about that!

johntanyishin, no, Traffic Drill is not a link farm. It's a community that helps drive traffic to each other via social bookmarking and linking, but by no means is it a program where your site is listed on hundreds of low quality linkfarm sites. It's completely white hat, organic traffic.

The traffic will be targeted since the program helps you build backlinks via not only social bookmarking, but when you partner with others to exchange links from high-quality, related sites.

Again, that's really not all Traffic Drill is. That's only a fraction of it...

We offer up some SEO tips that John and I have picked up. We're not experts or anything, but we can tell you what has worked for us based on our first hand experiences. There are also a few videos and traffic generation manuals that we've put together, some of them sell publicly at more than the price of the Traffic Drill membership.

Here's a real quick way to boil it down. There are some tools that we call "learning tools" and some tools that we call "action tools." Learning tools are guides, videos and so on that you can learn from so that you can apply to your business. Action tools are operations that you can physically "use" to make your business work better, make more sales and so on - such as an autoresponder, hosting and so on.

Traffic Drill is both an action tool and a learning tool. It gives you the information you need to drive more organic traffic to your sites, but at the same time we're giving you a community that you can utilize right away to help get exposure to your websites. It's the best of both worlds.

Note: We're even adding tutorials for inexperienced marketers who don't know how to setup websites or haven't made any money online, yet. The Traffic Drill community is setup for everyone, inexperienced marketers and veterans alike.

Matt

P.S. Stephen, thanks a ton for answering those questions and we're glad to see you're liking Traffic Drill.

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Since I am off the next couple days I will make a post asking for traffic and to submit my RSS links. I'll see what happens.
Yes, please let us know...
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Sounds like a great way to help people to drive traffic while people help to drive traffic to your site as well.

Cool.

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