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Youlikehits Website Visit Too Fast?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ibmethatswhoib, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. ibmethatswhoib

    ibmethatswhoib Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Feb 17, 2011
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    Bay Area, Ca
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    I always never really wanted to use that website option for my own site cuz it's like 20 second visits only, what do you guys think, too short on the site? I just think it might effect the bounce rate but it might help the activity on one of my newer sites, which helps G think your site is more active. Tempting but not sure, anyone here use it a lot and see good results?
  2. NikosX

    NikosX Power Member

    Jul 13, 2011
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    come on! really?
    In a VPS far far away...
    there are other ways to get traffic for your website.

    in youlikehits website visits are more of a thing to gain points, not to spend points on it!
  3. AlphaTwin

    AlphaTwin Registered Member

    Jun 11, 2009
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    Google is smart, and they will most likely see that the hits are from a traffic service like that one. Thereby the visits will not make your site look more 'popular', and I would advice against placing adsense advertisement on the website as that can easily result in a ban.

    This type of traffic generally doesn't convert well - people are "forced" to see your website, and do not really have any interest in it - they are just waiting for those 20 seconds to go.

    With that said, you might be able to create a website specifically tailored to the kind of people using that service. Make a website giving away a Youlikehits bot or hack (fake or real, doesn't matter) and make people go through a survey in order to get it. You can use Sharecash or the like if you don't feel like setting up a gateway yourself.

    Junk traffic like this might also be useful to water down conversions in CPA if you are doing some blackhat stuff. You should make sure to blank the referrer or run it through a redirection script first.