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1000 uniques and no sale?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by quicknrandom, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. quicknrandom

    quicknrandom Regular Member

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    I just started using tweet attacks since I was bored and I got around to seeing how it works and used the wait/reply method. So far my affiliate account says almost 1000 uniques and yet no sales. Damn twitter traffic is some shit haha.
     
  2. quicknrandom

    quicknrandom Regular Member

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    LOL someone is gonna get the ban hammer soon :)
     
  3. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Twitter traffic isn't that great! Think you need very large numbers to see conversions - or maybe try a different affiliate? Maybe whatever your selling doesn't appeal to your targets.
     
  4. quicknrandom

    quicknrandom Regular Member

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    it's rolling on 3000 uniques right now
     
  5. EddyD

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    Sell the right things to the right people. People won't buy shit through twitter unless its a deal they absolutely cannot refuse or cannot live without.
     
  6. quicknrandom

    quicknrandom Regular Member

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    heh yeah I was just wondering how broad or untargeted I could get with twitter and still get a sale
     
  7. VIC SEO

    VIC SEO Elite Member

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    You can try a different alternative , twitter is not worth so much , may be.
     
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    Twitter has a lot of "tire kickers". Conversions are really bad for me as well.
     
  9. deah1979

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    I looked at twitter for ages, not much of a social networker myself but understood it can really help business. However talking to fellow companies they all say twitter takes alot of effort to not get a thing. Its down to targeting and even when people are genuine following you and your business, how often are the actually taking notice before the next twit inline comes.
     
  10. webconquest

    webconquest Newbie

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    I agree,

    same here did promote tons of different products from clickbank, cpa offers, amazon , not one single sales and tons of traffic, sure the owner of tweetattacks is making money but not us, think about this why affiliate marketers would spend all their energy promoting this product for a commission instead of just using it for themselves like the wait and reply feature that is suppose to bring you tons of cash every hour. Man if that were true all of us would be filthy rich. Maybe we should all spend more time developing these great products and selling it to desperate people like us.

    The moral of the story, Rome was not built in a day.

    my 2 cents
     
  11. Union

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    yeap, i have to agree, used twitter early, but no luck, Never got any Sale from that traffic.
     
  12. webconquest

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    Also just beware for all of you's who have limited upload/download internet services using tweetattacks and scrapebox, mine is 120 gb per month , just went over to 215 gb so 95% over my monthly limit which translate to $70.00 a month for my connection plus an extra $200.00 owed for going over my limit plus the $127.00 for tweet attacks, I would say that is a big loss
     
  13. muxmkt

    muxmkt Power Member

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    there is ALOT of bots in twitter, you got around 20 clicks each time you tweet a link.

    Your traffic isnt all real.

    And twitter traffic kinda sucks too.
     
  14. xbox360gurl70s

    xbox360gurl70s Elite Member

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    twitter traffic is mainly there to add traffic numbers to your sites, not for conversion.
     
  15. Dronzar

    Dronzar Newbie

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    Twitter traffic is not that much good for sales as most of the followers will be untargeted. If you have targeted followers then it works.
     
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    3,000 unique ips and not a single conversion? Then you're definitely preaching to the wrong crowd. Target your market and do a little more planning.

    Twitter traffic converts, and Twitter marketing definitely has it's rewards.. a lot of it. Don't let other people tell you otherwise.

    TBP
     
  17. Stemar

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    I guess you have to try with Facebook:playingfi
     
  18. zenoGlitch

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    It's bot traffic. You can deny bot access by specifying the user agents in your .htaccess file. You can find the user agents by taking a look at your stats and seeing where the bulk of the traffic is coming from.

    Try this to start: http://www.javascriptkit.com/howto/htaccess13.shtml
     
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    Remove the bots from the click counts and then post again.