Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SEO Controller, Nov 29, 2014.
How these Fiverr sellers drive traffic for a month on specific URL? bots or organic?
He must have gods working full-time and free for him to achieve what he is claiming for $4 profit(!).
It's spam. Those offers are all over fiverr and seoclerks and they obviously can't deliver "unlimited" traffic...
They both have extremely good reviews, but I agree with the other guys that is has to be bots.
This traffic is good to just increase the alexa rank but I also don't know that how they drive that traffic.
They could do it by 1px iFraming your site on a site that already has traffic, so the traffic is worthless.
I think its spam because reviews looks like 100% fake .
And they will also steal your niche .
Well... they could easily just be buying traffic in bulk from exchange sites or places like Adfly. You'll notice that they probably only send about 100 visitors per day which is only 3000/month and would be relatively cheap for them to just buy in bulk and split amongst their buyers.
Why not trying buying their gigs and seeing if you can track where the traffic is coming from?
I don't think it's real, It must be fake.
Spam for that amount, do not go with reviews, they can hardly be relied upon.
this very funny, why not direct the millions of traffic to their fiver first? Like the many SEO who promise youpage 1 rank and they dont have any organic site. or someguy promises you to be superich through vudoo yet the guy lives in a mud hat!!
Anyway the seller/s (with a woman's name ) and the service/s sounds too familiar: "If it sounds too good to be true... that's a float of sh!t and it will hit the fan soon!"
oh ptc traffic lol..
no thanks !!!
Don't play with these gigs, especially on your money sites...
If you ever wonder why something looks too cheap to be true unless it's a big brand doing a one-time special, 99% of the time there's something wrong with it.
i think those sellers using bot / program that works like google search bot.
I think, he's selling some bot!
You can try him...And best of luck..
Its not look like to be real,it must be fake.
The reason that they have good reviews is usually because those sellers will send their customers a message saying that if they leave a good review, then they will receive extra traffic "for free". The buyers will leave a good review and receive the extra bot traffic, but even if the buyer figures out that they only received bot traffic, they often either forget to go back and leave a negative review or they don't bother leaving a negative review because "it's only $5".
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