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Where to Buy Traffic For a Content Site?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by dingdong, Jun 7, 2013.

  1. dingdong

    dingdong Junior Member

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    Objective is not to make sales. Objective is to buy traffic that will click on ads. Real people. I don't give a shit if it's "Adsense safe" or not but it should be real people. Any recommendations?
     
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    Top of the pile is adwords. Then you can look at facebook, bing, 7search, buysellads.
     
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    content suggestion engines are a good option for you. check out http://www.outbrain.com
     
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    This is not a good idea to buy traffic if you are planning on using adsense on your websites.
     
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    ExpressVisits has quality traffic but it costs $8 per 1k. Jon has a thread about it so pm him first before you make any rough decisions.
     
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    derryl18 Newbie

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    Fiverr is what I used most of the time.
     
  7. dingdong

    dingdong Junior Member

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    I'm not using Adsense but that doesn't mean I'm OK with bot traffic - I need real people who will click on ads sometimes.
     
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    Link to thread please.
     
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    LOL....another idiotic answer from someone who obviously doesn't know what he's doing. You never want to use PPC advertising on a "content website". You want to use highly optimized landing pages for PPC, along with opt-in forms, etc, etc. Worst advice ever!

    As already mentioned here......ExpressVisits is pretty legit for content sites. Good quality, good stats, and active visitors. Their support is kinda lacking right now, but I'm hoping they pick up the slack soon.

    Your best bet for paid traffic for content sites are indeed traffic sites, that offer GOOD QUALITY traffic from their distribution network. ExpressVisits and a few others I use are of good quality. Remember to always test out each traffic network before going full force. For every 10 bad networks out there....there is one quality traffic distributor.
     
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    wzn888wzn Junior Member

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    you can use PPC,adwords,FB ads,bing ads is great place to go,or PPV,trafficvance is very good place as well
    or media buy,buysellads a worth to try.These all are legit place,hope this help,thanks
     
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    If you want real human clicks then you should look at socibuzz.com. SociBuzz drops the proxies, bots, tor exit nodes, bad referrers, known spammer IP's, and a host of other browser-specific tests before sending the click from the social networks.