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Driving dirty, cheap but still targeted traffic?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by 10k, Aug 26, 2008.

  1. 10k

    10k Newbie

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    Hey all,

    I want to know if there is a way to drive dirty, cheap but still targeted traffic to a domain that is parked to get a few clicks on these pretty ads there :D ??? Any ideas, any methods, any suggestions? I've tried some of those cheap traffic packages where ppl get payed to click on your banner, but it doesn't get me any clicks (on the ads on my parked domain) at all ... I really need some advice on this.
     
  2. irancrude

    irancrude Power Member

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    Parked domains is no longer a good business, it can bring some cash if you hold a large portfolio with some relevant domains. Also most parked domain networks will trace you carefully on your activities before they pay you. My suggestion is you find a cheap PPC network. look for some longtail keywords those tend to cost less.

    Maurice
     
  3. Helloween

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    I agree. Even using any site generator is better than parking..
     
  4. yragcom1

    yragcom1 Junior Member

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    Gotta third that. I had a domain, registered with namedrive, sent some type in traffic to it, and still got banned. I used purely no-link methods to promote the site (and NO, I didn't use YouTube), so I know it was all legit type in traffic. "Traffic of a questionable nature" they called it. So forget it, unless you can buy a site that's been established a long time, and has lots of remnant traffic going to it before you buy it.