This post was previously titled “Auto Mass Website Traffic My A**” because I was so very angry when writing this article.
I have since changed the title to “Auto Mass Website Traffic Scams” now that I ‘m over my anger.
It’s just that I sometimes become completely exhausted reading all the scams designed specifically to take advantage of new webmasters trying to increase their website traffic so I felt a need to try and help some of you either keep your money or spend it in a more productive way.
I also know those of you reading this blog are intelligent people and by now should fully understand that you absolutely can’t earn a serious amount of money online unless you have a large steady stream of targeted website traffic.
The problem is there are too many seasoned marketers who are all too willing to take advantage of the new guy.
Just do yourself a favor and don’t fall for the auto mass website traffic scams that many new marketers are falling for.
You know the type I’m talking about. It’s usually a long squeeze page or sales page sent directly to your email. They’re set up to specifically sell a clickbank product with the promise that as soon as you pay you will have hundreds of thousands of visitors coming to your site to buy your affiliate products.
Take it from somebody who’s been at this business for quite some time now.
It’s just not real!
I understand the page looks professional and with a money back guarantee how could you go wrong?
But trust me when I say there’s only two ways to get auto mass website traffic.
One way is to buy it through a pay per click program such as Google AdWords and Facebook Ads or you could use a less expensive alternative traffic source. This way you can target for specific products and decide just how much you want to increase your website traffic. There really are people searching for your products and those are the kind of visitors you want.
The other way is to actually spend some time doing real SEO work getting your articles and web pages to the first page of the search engines namely Google, Bing and Yahoo. It involves keyword research, building quality backlinks by providing real content that interested readers want and doing the proper on page optimization. If you don’t understand the process of on page optimization then I highly advise you start learning. You can begin at the Search Engine Journal.
I have had some luck with some traffic exchanges as well but you have to be choosy because some of them are a waste of time with very little traffic generation. The traffic exchanges I do use and trust are posted all over this blog and the website. I’m sure you’ve noticed the links.
Thinking about it…. I guess that’s really (3) ways to get mass auto website traffic. Oh well…three is better than two.
That’s it….these are the only real ways that I’ve found to get true auto mass website traffic. You can buy it, you can share it or you can increase website traffic with good old fashion SEO and hard work. The rest is all a bunch of trash designed specifically for the purpose of getting your credit card number. However, we’re always open to new ideas if you’ve stumbled across others that are proven.
Hopefully once you do finally get the amount of website traffic you need you’ll treat your visitors well and not try to take advantage of them.