Has anybody had success with using micro job type sites (MTurk, Microworkers, etc... http://workathomemoms.about.com/od/Micro-Jobs-Crowdsourcing/ss/Micro-Jobs.htm#showall ) to send cheap human traffic to your website thru google (people clicking on your site via the SERP seems to increase google ranking)? If 100 people using Hola VPN with standard tracking blockers and javascriot disabled (so they appear to be normal US users by IP) search for your keyword, navigate thru the SERP pages until they find your site, and then click on your site, that *should* increase your site's authority / relevance in the eyes of the google algo, and that *should* increase your rank in the SERP. Lets say it costs 10 cents per person to find and click on your site. That's $1 for 10 views....$10 for 100 views. For keywords that get less than 1000 searches per month, $10 for 100 views (10% of search volume) should be enough (plus some PBN backlinks, web2.0 backlinks, social shares, & youtube video links) to get onto the 1st page of google. For the local Rank'n'Rent or high cost PPC (>$30) adsense niche websites, this should still represent a good ROI. I'm just learning about the workflow, and wondering if this is a valid strategy? Has anybody had success doing this recently?