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Traffic Methods That Actually Send YOUR Traffic to OTHER Websites
By: Oksana Savaryn
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  • Traffic Methods That Actually Send YOUR Traffic to OTHER Websites
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    Traffic Methods That Actually Send YOUR Traffic to OTHER Websites - And even more...

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    And even more BAD ideas...

    Buying Hits - It is so sad, but there is an entire industry that takes advantage of traffic hungry website owners. If you see an ad that says, "Buy 10,000 targeted hits" or an eBay auction that says, "2 Million Hits to Your Website," run the other way. Here's how these programs work: Your entire web page pops-up while somebody is surfing another website or is using particular software. Sometimes these hits are delivered within in a day or a few days and you have no idea where your site is popping up. You must realize that these aren't bonus fide visitors to your website; it's just people who may have been annoyed by your website popping up in their faces. Let's go back to our conversion rate calculations. We know that a 1% conversion rate isn't bad. If buying hits was a good idea, we would get 100 sales for every 10,000 hits we bought. We've tested this. It just doesn't happen. And don't be fooled by people who tell you they can target your hits by country or industry. There is NOTHING targeted by forcing someone to view your website without permission.

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