10 a day is the Sweeva Way!
That is the mantra for everyone that surfs at Sweeva.com.
Most of you may know of this great traffic exchange and have probably even surfed over there already. If you don’t, you are seriously missing out.
Today, we were introduced to SweevaTips.com, a cool little site that explains everything you need to know to make Sweeva the best converting traffic exchange in the industry. However, the tips can also work for any of them, as well.
I’ve been playing with a new traffic generation source, for me anyway, called TraffUp.net.
From what I have seen so far, it will get visitors to your website and I’m kinda liking it.
It is a points generated system where you offer an incentive for people to click on your link. Currently there are over 20,000 sites that are listed in
32 different categories that include, architecture, books, business, education, internet, nature, personal, sports, travel and a lot more. According to the site, they are getting 100+ new listings a day, so that was intriguing.
Enough interesting sites to keep one entertained, all while also generating more points to use for your own promotions.
People are always looking for advice to better themselves and I am no exception.
I know that like others, sometimes I run out of ideas on what to write.
That said, I’ve been looking around for ideas for material to post here and in my quest, ran into something that I felt probably needs to be shared.
Tips On How To Write Your Way To Success.
Makes sense to me!…:)
I wanted to share a post today on traffic exchanges, do they work?
“Traffic exchanges are a fantastic free and low-cost ad source. And what’s more, you can build residual traffic at traffic exchanges. What does this mean? It means that you can have other people happily generating ad credits for you, just by using the traffic exchanges themselves.”
Ladies and gentlemen, please allow me to (re)introduce to you, the brand new Traffic Dial!
About a year ago, I had written a post about Traffic Dial, a very unique Traffic Exchange that takes only about 5 minutes a day, but has real people taking an ample amount of time to review your site and then gives you feedback on the good or bad of it.
I then followed up that with my own personal experience with Traffic Dial in this post.
So, last week we got an email from Mike Bowen, the Operations Manager, that stated he was re-focused 110%, with no other partners, to see his original vision come back to life.