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Will A Month's Blast Of HQ Traffic Help Rank A Blogger Site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by UrbanMedusa, Jul 17, 2015.

  1. UrbanMedusa

    UrbanMedusa Junior Member

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    Been offered a service that sounds incredible. One whole month of high quality traffic (no bots, no china traffic) all US, Canada and Europe visitors.

    I want to purchase it, but would like to know if a month of traffic will help rank my website or if I should spend that money on building backlinks
     
  2. Cshark

    Cshark Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you can keep the visitors coming to your blog( and you're confident of that) it's a good deal. If not, I'd sign up for PBN and other linking strategies.
     
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    If that traffic gets limited after one month, then there is no use on getting it. All you want to know is whether you can make them visit again.

    You can get some real traffic through guest posts on niche relevant real sites. It will be natural and quality too.
     
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    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I've seen services that promise "human" traffic but its been just either bots, click exchange, or other BS traffic that never converts or follows. I have yet to see somebody deliver actual "real" users.

    Only thing its useful for is to mask backlinking, to make it seem natural for your traffic. And THATS only if its good exchange traffic.