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Can somebody explain to me how revisitors works? This is day 3 of this month and 1 of the 3 days they said they sent visitors to my site. Supposed to be getting 3or 4 hundred per day. Just wondering if it's worth making monthly payments for.

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They have various sources of traffic they can direct to your site.
They place your link on a site within their network, presto, you get traffic.
Depending on what you offer the traffic could work for you. It didn't work for me.
They have specific adult and casino traffic. The rest is questionable and not as targeted.

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Thanks for the response. Even though I've only had a pips site for less than 2 months revisitors just doesn't seem to help my traffic.

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I've heard on other posts that Revisitors and Getresponse are the two best ways to boost sales. Maybe you could contact their customer service and ask for detailed instructions on how they send people to your site. Also which site are you sending them to is important. I think its one of the first few training days Stone talks about a special site you should use for Revisitors.

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I have found revisitors.com traffic to be totally rubbish, you get plenty of hits to your stats but no real buyers or people looking to join your funnel.

Don't waste your money with them, if you have money for advertising spend it else where.

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Any other thoughts on revisitors? I just purchased this package:

Product #1 - Get 20,000 Category Targeted Visitors To Your Website - 20,000 targeted visitors to give additional exposure to your website and boost your Alexa Rank.

Product #2 - Get A Link In The Revisitors Top Links Page - Easily increase your search engine popularity by securing a lifetime link on Revisitors.com, a high popular and high PR website. (This product alone could make you a fortune!)

Product #3 - Three Consecutive Submissions to 300+ Popular Search Engines - Get your site listed in the largest search engines with our professional submission service.

Haven't seen any results in my first 2000 hits, but hopefully that changes.
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I have found revisitors.com traffic to be totally rubbish, you get plenty of hits to your stats but no real buyers or people looking to join your funnel.

Don't waste your money with them, if you have money for advertising spend it else where.
I Kinda agree with you Jasonb25. I saw a lot of visitors to my site but not one signed up. That was after 1500 visitors from that site.

evileonupe1 Keep us posted will you? It might be something to check out later.

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Yea, I will keep you guys posted. I wonder if they just put the page on a traffic exchange for people to just view. Thats what it seems like. When I emailed them they didn't specify.
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revisitors.com doesn't worth at all IMO. I think they send automatic traffic to your site and doesn't help you to earn more money. Anyone has a good experience with them?

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The same goes for TrafficWave.net. I am of the opinion that all you get when you order Traffic is traffic, no sales.

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what is the real point of ordering traffic then? Sounds like its a waste
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Originally Posted by Jasonb25 View Post

I have found revisitors.com traffic to be totally rubbish, you get plenty of hits to your stats but no real buyers or people looking to join your funnel.

Don't waste your money with them, if you have money for advertising spend it else where.

I totally agree with jason, I used "revisitors" but i found it did nothing. In the month of February i had a total of 16057 unique visitors but not 1 op-in lead. As far as to help with your ranking in unsure and i sit on the fence with that 1. I use pingler.com to speed up the process for other search engines to find and rank my site.
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Add me to the list of I'm not sure it is worth paying for more hits. It still, 2 months into the PIPS party, is by far the most hits to my site according to the hostgator tracking but not a single opt-in. As a matter of fact I am not getting anybody on my list at all other than myself when I test the system to see if it works :confused:
Could you guys maybe take a look at my site and give me some pointers other than more articles (super short on time) on how I might get some opt-ins? Thanks

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Real buyers? I don't even think most visitors are real people.
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I last used Revisitors two years ago. They send traffic but its not good quality. Never had a lead or sale from their traffic.
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Originally Posted by moneyjunkie View Post

They have various sources of traffic they can direct to your site.
They place your link on a site within their network, presto, you get traffic.
Depending on what you offer the traffic could work for you. It didn't work for me.
They have specific adult and casino traffic. The rest is questionable and not as targeted.

Hope that helps.
Thanks for that honest assessment. I think there si really no guarantee that a traffic bought would work out for more revenues...
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"Success is Still Spelled W-O-R-K"

Let me say the same thing I always say about leads, lists, etc.

The list you create from solid, foundation BUILDING will always be the best leads you can get. FREE.

1. This is in part by FOCUSING ON SALES - promote your website (and sales page).

Yeh - direct sales - sure lists sometimes produce sales but this is the long way around, though still necessary for the big picture. Focus on your TARGET = SALES.

People will opt-in PERSONALLY to your newsletter which can become your LIST. These are not people who somehow have had their email address pimped = bought, sold, pilfered, or captured, but people who actually make the conscious decision to find out what YOU have to OFFER.

They GIVE Y-O-U their eMail address.

Again the FOCUS IS SALES - and that is why these messages are referred to as FOLLOW-UP messages.

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2. Build a Leads PORTAL - offer something of value for FREE in exchange for signing up for your newsletter -

What? you have nothing to offer? WHAT ABOUT A 375-PAGE DIGITAL ENCYCLOPEDIA ON THE SCIENCE OF MAKING MONEY ONLINE? What?

D-O-T-C-O-M-O-L-O-G-Y

You all have a BRANDED copy on your website and if you click the links you will go to a Dotcomology 'sales page' slash download link. Copy the URL of that page from your browser address bar. Save it in a document and slap it around wherever you go.

(You also have awesome graphics of various sizes all encoded with your PIPS affiliate ID on the second page of your 'Marketing' section in your PIPS back office. Copy and paste the code to a document and USE IT!)

This is VALUABLE - not only to prospects but particularly to YOU. Why? Because people are more likely to keep an eBook and know where the heck it is on their hard drive a year from now. (vs in a sea of spam in your email client)

If they ever click a link in that eBook they will go to YOUR sales page and if they join PIPS or any program in the PIPS core program YOU get the commission.

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3. Use the squeeze pages provided to you in the 'Marketing' section of your PIPS back office. These are short and sweet (good for traffic exchanges, classifieds, etc) These do nothing but invite people to receive your free newsletter. No strings, no cost, E-A-S-Y. Viola! You have a LIST.

While there will always be companies that sell leads, visitors, hits, traffic - you will usually find a low conversion rate - sometimes not - it's your gamble.

I'd rather gamble on my own efforts and save my money...

<rant:> I get pretty dismayed at people that constantly whine about having no list and coming here to find out some big secret to this when they are not using the resources that Stone has already provided to them for FREE????

Do we all have authoritarian complexes? Why would we rather come here and find the latest gimmicks from people who are doing trial and error - hit and miss strategies, when we are not using the resources we already have? ...Without even trying them...????

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Hi, I have used them with high hopes a few times over the past 3 years. I have done much better using SEO. For me it was a waste of money.
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Is revisitors can increase alexa rank ?
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Originally Posted by evileonupe1 View Post

what is the real point of ordering traffic then? Sounds like its a waste
Yep. I've never found any that worked for Internet Marketing. If someone else has, I'd like to know about it.
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I do not know anything about revisitors.com however, one post by baywater bothers me. The last time I checked TrafficWave.net and Getresponse are not (NOT) sites that generate traffic and send it to your site. They are Auto-Responders. They simply route your emails to yours lists as people sign up. Nothing more. They just give you many options to do this. I for one agree with Patricia, if you want traffic you have to work for it. Put you money in the co-op or some PPC or something that you can get some useful traffic from.
I have not been around the forum for a long while but if you have been in the PIPS program long you should know this basic information. And both of these auto responders as far as I can tell do a great job.:confused:

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I decided to stay with the package I had with Revisitors a couple more months just to see what would happen and got zilch. Just this month FINALLY started getting people signing up for my newsletter. 2 others pre-enrolled at MWP. All because of what I've been doing,not revisitors. I'm actually getting visitors now that aren't from Revisitors. Sure gonna miss seeing 300-500 visitors to my site though.LOL!

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Hi Jason,

I am a firm believer in giving everything a sporting chance, especially when it comes to ones financial future. I therefore stuck around with Revisitors for a few months thinking that surely with all that 'targeted traffic' I must start seeing results.

Sadly this has not been the case at all. I decided to search for threads relating to Revisitors today to see what others have to say as my experience with them has not been very good. I actually thought there was a communication gap between the traffic they are sending me which sign up for my newsletter, resources, etc and my auto-responder capturing the information.

When I mailed them back and forth, the feedback I received was rather unsettling. In hindesight I should have cancelled at that stage already but it took this post to convince me.

I will include a portion of one of the mails I received from revisitors' here as it should clarify for others what their traffic is and is not:

"We can only send visitors to your site. We cannot force them to completely load, stay for any length of time, buy, or sign up for anything. We do not guarantee sales or sign-ups. It's important to bear in mind what our traffic is, and what our traffic is not. Our visitors are organically gained, real people, who have clicked on a generic ad (pop-up, pop-under, banner, expired domain, FFA link, etc...) in our network. These visitors are then sorted by the geographic location of the ad on which they've clicked and the language setting of their browser, before they're redirected to our customer's campaigns. Again, as our ads are generic, and do not contain any specific reference to our customer's sites, we do not consider our visitors to be self-selected. Your site may be displayed to customers as a pop-up, pop-under, via an in-line frame, or directly in a visitor's web browser. Many of our customers do experience conversions from our traffic, however, in all honesty, I'd be lying to you if I told you that every one of our customers walks away with sales or sign-ups."

I have also personally not had any success with revisitors, despite the hoards of monthly traffic I have purchased from them and would strongly urge others who are considering joining to read their break-down of the service they provide above before making that decision.

You mention that people should spend there money elsewhere though. Any suggestions of worthwile places to invest the $49 that I will be saving on Revisitors from now on?

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Originally Posted by Patrician View Post

"Success is Still Spelled W-O-R-K"

Let me say the same thing I always say about leads, lists, etc.

The list you create from solid, foundation BUILDING will always be the best leads you can get. FREE.

1. This is in part by FOCUSING ON SALES - promote your website (and sales page).

Yeh - direct sales - sure lists sometimes produce sales but this is the long way around, though still necessary for the big picture. Focus on your TARGET = SALES.

People will opt-in PERSONALLY to your newsletter which can become your LIST. These are not people who somehow have had their email address pimped = bought, sold, pilfered, or captured, but people who actually make the conscious decision to find out what YOU have to OFFER.

They GIVE Y-O-U their eMail address.

Again the FOCUS IS SALES - and that is why these messages are referred to as FOLLOW-UP messages.

-----------

2. Build a Leads PORTAL - offer something of value for FREE in exchange for signing up for your newsletter -

What? you have nothing to offer? WHAT ABOUT A 375-PAGE DIGITAL ENCYCLOPEDIA ON THE SCIENCE OF MAKING MONEY ONLINE? What?

D-O-T-C-O-M-O-L-O-G-Y

You all have a BRANDED copy on your website and if you click the links you will go to a Dotcomology 'sales page' slash download link. Copy the URL of that page from your browser address bar. Save it in a document and slap it around wherever you go.

(You also have awesome graphics of various sizes all encoded with your PIPS affiliate ID on the second page of your 'Marketing' section in your PIPS back office. Copy and paste the code to a document and USE IT!)

This is VALUABLE - not only to prospects but particularly to YOU. Why? Because people are more likely to keep an eBook and know where the heck it is on their hard drive a year from now. (vs in a sea of spam in your email client)

If they ever click a link in that eBook they will go to YOUR sales page and if they join PIPS or any program in the PIPS core program YOU get the commission.

-----------

3. Use the squeeze pages provided to you in the 'Marketing' section of your PIPS back office. These are short and sweet (good for traffic exchanges, classifieds, etc) These do nothing but invite people to receive your free newsletter. No strings, no cost, E-A-S-Y. Viola! You have a LIST.

While there will always be companies that sell leads, visitors, hits, traffic - you will usually find a low conversion rate - sometimes not - it's your gamble.

I'd rather gamble on my own efforts and save my money...

<rant:> I get pretty dismayed at people that constantly whine about having no list and coming here to find out some big secret to this when they are not using the resources that Stone has already provided to them for FREE????

Do we all have authoritarian complexes? Why would we rather come here and find the latest gimmicks from people who are doing trial and error - hit and miss strategies, when we are not using the resources we already have? ...Without even trying them...????

:confused: :rolleyes:
Hi Pat,

Really great tips there. Also nice to put big ticks next to most of what you have said in your post.

Pertaining to your rant however, I would just like to say that starting out in the world of IM was rather daunting for me, and I am sure it is for many other people as well.

For me, it was therefore not so much a matter of having an authoritarian complex as not knowing whether I can trust my gut instinct whilst still being so new to such an overwhelming process.

I thanked my lucky stars for stumbling upon a program like Stone's that gives you time to learn step by step so that you to can grow in your experience and confidence online. Funny thing is, I so completely trusted what I was being told to do in the training that I never for a moment contemplated that things like Revisitors might provide hectic traffic but no conversions (after all Stone was recommending it so surely it has to work). I therefore followed the training to the letter as far as I possibly could as it is exactly how Stone achieved success, so who was I, a complete newbie, to argue?

Fortunately I know that I have gained in confidence online significantly since those very early days and I am now attempting creativity when it comes to getting exposure for my sites and opportunities (not just PIPS).

Please just bear with all the newbies to Stone's program who probably, much like me, believed that if one follows every step of Stone's training to the letter, money is absolutely guaranteed to come in, whether you are willing to think outside the box or not. We all however grow in our experience online and venture further into the unknown. Some of us even learn to take calculated risks and trial and error becomes a daily adventure for us. I am sure you will look at all of your current most regular visitors to the helpdesk a few years down the line and smile at how far we have indeed come.


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Hi Carmen.

Thanks for the feedback.

The thing is with people believing they will have the same results (make money) from everything and anything Stone recommends:

Keep in mind that #1 while it is always a good idea to know and trust your source just for the sake of if the company is reputable or not - we have to understand that there are always going to be variables in anything we do.

What I mean by this is that there are a number of things that affect results - for example the economic climate, the seasons, etc.

e.g., Bad economy, lots of bad news, companies losing value for their stockholders, jobs are scarce, jobs are vulnerable to layoffs and mergers, etc --

Are people feeling confident about the economy and if not what reaction do they have -- it can go either way - smart people 'hedge their bets' and start building something for either an additional source of income or to replace income they are afraid they may lose any day now.

Others will start hanging on to every last penny - they will not want to take any risks on starting a new business right now and they will wait until the 'other shoe drops' to make a decision.

With seasons, for example, during summer months people are outside, on vacation, etc and not online as much as in other seasons so you may experience a 'lag' in sales like every other site or business does.

This doesn't mean rest, it means continue to build momentum and use this time to be ready when they come back!

The other major factor is percentages - Stone has been doing this for years and years and (a) has built up considerable momentum; (b) he has the money (now) to spend on huge volume when he does something.

In that even experienced marketers know only 1 or 2 out of 100 may respond and they are happy with that, it is because they are working in volumes that will allow them to produce substantial results - and they do it over and over again.

(this is versus new people who spend $X one time for XXX leads that they can afford and then they give up when they don't see results) - this is normal but doesn't work as well as if you are able to keep the volume up.

Stone may be a lot of good things and he has helped a lot of people in many ways - however as yet he does not predict the future or know what the results of anything will be - and if you read the 'fine print' you will see he does not 'guarantee' any certain amount of income in any specific time period - All he can do is share what worked for him and hope it works for you too.

In fact you see 'results may vary' and other versions of that on most advertising anywhere - and it is there for a reason - because they really might - it may not work as well for you at this time.

So we have to be logical in our thinking and while we must take risks in order to change the status quo, they should be educated risks whenever possible - and we should never gamble with more than we can afford to lose. (don't gamble with the rent money and speculate you will have the money back in time to pay it!)

Believe me I remember what it was like to be new and I made all the classic mistakes - If anybody has an authoritarian problem it is me. Even now - I am non-conformist and individualistic - I always have to try my way first and it is usually the wrong way - I do it even knowing that.

I will never forget the complete shock I had in my first co-op and it was only $10! I had a fit when I found out they were not guaranteeing I would get paying affiliates but just free ones who may or may not ever upgrade and represent a sale!

So I didn't mean to sound 'judgmental' - It is much easier to see things in others that you have realized in yourself.

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So, what about their "premium traffic" that they are offering online

They seem to suggest it is based off PPC etc
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I am trying revisitors and visitor boost right now. I've had clicks, no sales. I will try for a bit longer since it is pretty cheap. I got 500 free clicks from revisitors and 1000 clicks from visitorboost for 1.95

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Members,

If its not targeted traffic its a waste of time.....

All that can do is boost your alexa ranking.

How many of those visitors are purchasing something?

How many of those visitors are subscribing to your newsletter?

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Unread 18th Oct 2014, 06:27 AM   #30
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Has anyone tried revisitors for anything else besides IM niche stuff?
From my understanding they give pop-ups and pop-unders which is terrible traffic to convert most things to a large extent, but money making opportunities, yeah forget about it.


I wonder if you had actual interesting content that you promoted, like and art or a news site or something would there be a percentage of traffic that actually took an interest?

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