I will edit this to add anything as I go or something I remember to share. This is my review of the traffic sources I have tried and I'm showing it to you guys. FINDOLOGY I won't go into much detail on how setting up an account at Findology. I may add more later, but for now, know that you will need to send an insertion order for them because you're signing in as an Advertiser. They will send you the Insertion Order for you to fill. At least I had to do this. You will also need to start with a minimum of $25 budget. To access the main control panel in Findology go to CPView > Manage Campaigns as it shows in the picture. This is where you can add campaigns. I already have one campaign displayed, but if you're starting for the first time, you'll have an option of adding a new campaign. Never leave the daily cap to 0, or Findology will consume your budget until it reaches 0. By default, after you create a campaign it's set to 0. Change it to 1 and tick the checkbox on suspend. This effectively pauses the campaign.Yyou'll notice I have a "Granted" position under the "Landing Page Approval", but that's because my campaign was already approved. If you create one now it will have a "Pending" status so it won't start devouring your money right away, but either way play it safe in case you forget about it and after you create a campaign just set the daily limit to $1 and tick "Suspend". Once the campaign is approved you already have it paused, so you can unpause it (tick suspend again) to start running it. Once you do unpause it don't get distracted because your budget will fall as the hits start pouring fast. One thing to note is that you can't delete a campaign. This is not too serious because you can just suspend it, but it can be troublesome to find your campaigns if you have too many and you could just have the option of a delete button. Findology's traffic is pop-under, not very good. Sometimes shows as impressions instead of clicks in the networks, and sometimes it doesn't show any clicks at all. Findology does allow a very good control and customization except that it does not allow to delete a campaign. Findology support is average and they have the best response rate of all three. Approval of the landing pages can take some hours or more and depending on what you're doing it's not guaranteed they will accept your campaign although I haven't had a problem with that yet. BUY HITS CHEAP Buy Hits Cheap, or BHC, is a poor source of cheap traffic. You either have the option of buying web traffic credits or regional traffic credits. Web traffic is all traffic from every country, region traffic is US traffic; UK traffic; US+UK traffic; and North-American traffic. Most of you will probably want to go with one of the regional traffic. Web traffic is $12.50 for 10k hits. Regional traffic is $23.00 for 5k. This would not be a bad deal, however traffic from BHC is poor and much lesser clicks will show up in your stats. You have a control panel where you can do many things. You can add as many advertisers/campaigns as you want, and you can delete them as you wish, as opposed to Findology. However, you cannot pause campaigns like in Findology. On the left you can add advertisers, choosing number of visitors, url and source of traffic. You can't pause the campaign but you may get around it by starting with any amount of visitors you want and then, after the advertiser/campaign is added, you can add more visitors, as many as you want, so it's probably best to start lower and go higher when you need it. You can't subtract visitors, so if you put a too high amount in any campaign you will have to delete it and start with a newer quantity. Hits come in too slow. I have had 18 hits in 24 hours. They may start slower and go faster with time, but I believe it is still a bit too slow for my needs. BHC allows for good customization. Traffic is poor. Support is horrible, I never got an email back from them. TRAFFIC EMPORIUM Traffic Emporium us run by a user that is registered on this boards, Jeff. TE gets its traffic from expired domains, and this seems to be the most reliable source of cheap traffic there is. 10k hits are $10. This does not specify which traffic it is, so I assume it's general traffic and not targeted, which may not be what you want exactly. You register with the amount you choose and you give an url to which the hired hits will go to. This is a major weakeness, since you cannot add more than one url. The only way around it would be with a rotator script. As you can see on the image you do not have any control over anything. The only thing you can do is logout, *clap*clap*. There is no option to pause the campaign, no option to add more hits and no way to delete the campaign. As stated in the website, users might experience a slow start in the first 24-48 hours. I'm already on the go to my 48th hour and as you can see traffic is coming at the same rate of BHC. The traffic seems to be the most reliable of the three, meaning real visitors, not pop under or iframes tricks. However you do not have control over anything, and email support from Jeff is mediocre, I've emailed before I registered and I got replies back. I've emailed him after I registered with 3 or 4 questions or requests and did not had a single reply back.