Redirect traffic?

Discussion in 'General Marketing' started by jdejvet, Sep 15, 2007.

  1. jdejvet

    jdejvet New Member

    Has anyone used this service? I found a website for marketing that takes old domain names with traffic built up on them and ranking and redirects people to your site. The sites are supposed to be in the same catagory as yours, (work at home, ect...) I am thinking about this, but thought I should get some of the advise from here first! Thanks in advance!

    BTW, it is about $30 for 5,000 hits. They will prorate any hits that you didn't get, or rerun it I think. I just don't want to waste my money.
     
  2. emnity

    emnity New Member

    I have not actually tried anything like that nor, have I even heard of it, can I ask what site you were on, or were looking into, also if anyone uses it and has an opinion if you wouldnt mind send me a message as well, thank you
     
  3. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    Find out the country from which the visitors are. Chinese traffic is very difficult to monetize
     
  4. jdejvet

    jdejvet New Member

    Well, the only way I have available for someone to purchase my system is paypal or alertpay. Would there still be a problem?
     
  5. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    Yes, in some country use of credit cards is not very common
     
  6. jdejvet

    jdejvet New Member

    thanks pcwork, I never though of that. I will check into it.
     
  7. hatedmyboss

    hatedmyboss New Member

    I have heard of this too. although I'm not smart enough to get advice first. I just bought 50,000 visits today and I'm really hoping that it was worth it. The site is spwebsale.com and another one is inetgiant.com. did you ever try it? and if so how did it work for you?

    any help would be great!

    Thanx
     
  8. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    Quoting: hatedmyboss. I just bought 50,000 visits today and I'm really hoping that it was worth it.
    What kind of product / service are you selling?
     
  9. hatedmyboss

    hatedmyboss New Member

    Quoting: pcworkWhat kind of product / service are you selling?


    I'm selling make money products as an affiliate but from my own site. Why what would it matter?
     
  10. happywife

    happywife Gold Member

    Quoting: hatedmybossI'm selling make money products as an affiliate but from my own site. Why what would it matter?
    It matters because traffic is useless if they aren't interested in what you are offering.

    For instance, what good would it be for me to get 50,000 people to visit my auto insurance site if none of them had cars and could drive?

    You want targeted traffic. People who are specifically looking for what you are offering/selling. That's the reason that search engine traffic is the very best sort.

    If someone types in a search term "free car insurance quotes online" and my site comes up in the search results, I am much more likely to have a visitor who actually wants a car insurance quote.

    I hope that explains it a bit. [​IMG]
     
  11. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    1. Many of these create bots that visit your site. Bots don't buy anything [​IMG]

    2. As HappyWife mentioned, these sites deliver untargeted traffic. Few will purchase your wares.

    3. If the visitors are paid-to-surf folks, they will hardly even glance at your wares.

    4. Don't "buy" traffic.

    5. There's no shortcut or substitute for white hat methods, which drive targeted traffic for a good long time.



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    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  12. Marktech

    Marktech Member

    I agree with the last two posts. The traffic doesn't sound like it would be targeted to your offer. Of course I may be wrong, wouldn't be the first time [​IMG]. since you are using it, post back and give a thumbs up or down.
     
  13. markmcculloch

    markmcculloch New Member

    I havent used this and I also agree with other posts you will be much better off and will be more beneficial to you to stick with targetted traffic it might mean more work and time but it will make you more money in the long term.
     

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