How to Get A Steady Stream Of Visitors Using Traffic Exchanges!

It has never been an easy task trying to get traffic to your new website or to your gateway pages for an affiliate program. This is simply because you are just starting out and have little or no advertising budget. This post, which is a sequel to the earlier ones on Traffic Exchanges: How To Use Them To Generate Traffic! and How To Benefit From Traffic Exchange in 7 Ways will explain further how you can use traffic exchanges to get a steady stream of visitors to your website, without having to break your budget or spend hours on end clicking at the Traffic exchanges just to get credits.

Types of Traffic Exchanges – To start with, let us define our parameters. The main types of traffic exchanges we have come under manual exchanges and auto exchanges. A “manual exchange” as the name goes, requires the presence of a real human being to view the web page and click on a link before the system can allow it to proceed to the next web page. In the case of an “auto exchange” however, the presence of a human being is not necessary and thus once you open your web browser you can leave it running and it will automatically refresh to a new web page.

Both of these methods will bring hits to your website, but it is obvious that the use of a manual exchange can enhance your results because the visitor to your site will certainly read what is on your web page. Can the auto exchange users who leave their computers on all night just to accumulate credits while they sleep buy your product or join your program? The choice of which type of traffic exchange to use is yours, having now known the facts.

Common Features – Is that the only criterion to consider when choosing traffic exchanges? No. Let us now look at other things to consider when choosing which traffic exchange(s) to use? It is important to first take a look at the most common features of traffic exchanges.

Anti Cheat System – For your benefit, the traffic exchanges ensure that a real person views your web page. This they do by employing anti cheating mechanisms. This mechanism frustrates all efforts to move to the next site without first clicking on a specific graphic such as a number, letter, picture or coloured icon from a selection of a few. This applies to all surfers and helps you to have your site viewed by a living person.

Bonus Credits – You can earn credits when you have viewed other members’ web pages. While doing this look out for bonus credits. Many exchanges do give you bonus credits not only for signing up but also for surfing a certain number of pages, or for winning competitions or sweepstakes. Look out for all this and make use of them.

Minimum Time Limit – The practice with all traffic exchanges is that you view a site for a minimum amount of time before you earn a credit. This is somewhere between 10 and 30 seconds in most cases.

Referrals: – The fastest way to build up your credits is to use the referral pages and banners which most traffic exchanges provide. Use them to recruit downlines because when someone signs up from your promotional web page or banner they are placed under you and thus become your downline.

This is very helpful because the advantage is that it earns you an immediate bonus plus a percentage of the credits they earn while surfing; this is about 10% in most cases. It has been proved that the best way to be successful with traffic exchanges is to build your own army of downlines. Let your focus be on building your downlines.

It is easy to get downlines by getting the Free Book called Success With Traffic Exchanges . With this you do not advertise the splash pages of individual traffic exchanges, but only the the Team splash pages.Patient and great lengths have been gone to to meticulously select the best exchanges for you.

Having done that it is possible to keep the credits flowing in because your downlines do all the clicking and you get your share of their efforts. You will now spend less time clicking; all you have to do then will be assigning or allocating your credits.

Paid/Pro Memberships – The norm in the industry is to offer paid memberships as well as free memberships. As a paid member you earn some privileges such as an allocation of some free credits for every month that you remain a paid member. In addition there is an increased number of credits for your own surfing and the surfing of your downlines. My advice here is that do not go in for a paid membership or even pay for credits until you have satisfied yourself in the course of the free use of that traffic exchange.

Surf Multiple Exchanges Simultaneously – Traffic exchanges are known to be tiring and boring. It is for this reason that some exchanges have introduced games into it. To lessen the boredom surf at least 5 of them at the same time. This is easy to do. Use a tabbed browser such as Firefox or Crazy Browser. After opening Firefox, click on -T to open a new tab, then go to the surfing page for any of the traffic exchanges. Repeat this process until you have opened at least 5 tabs. Begin surfing by going back and forth between the tabs while earning credits as you go.

As we have seen so far, Traffic Exchanges are low-budget ways of bringing visitors to your site but there is a cost to this traffic in terms of time and effort. Making small changes to what you are currently doing will bring you maximum Success With Traffic Exchanges. Be informed with This Free Book.

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