19 April 2006

Using TrafficSwarm to Increase Your Blog's Traffic




TrafficSwarm is in the same vein as BlogMad and BlogExplosion. Its completely free to join and can help you as you start to build traffic to your blog. Just for signing up you'll get some free credits that you can redeem to get people to visit your blog. Then you can also earn additional credits by surfing other TrafficSwarm users' blogs. A great way to get ideas from other people's blogs, leave comments (with a backlink to your blog) and get some traffic to your site in return.

TrafficSwarm also lets you sign up for a free subscription to Revenue magazine, just for joining TrafficSwarm. Revenue is a magazine devoted to the latest trends in online and affiliate marketing.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Rado said...

Hello,
there are much better ways to get traffic than from shitty services like BlogExplosion. Think about it - people who browse blogs on those traffic exchanges do it mostly because they want to earn credits as fast as possible. BlogExplosion forces them to have one blog open for 30 seconds and as soon as the time is over, they just click to get another blog and 0.5 credit. This results in very poor quality traffic.
Read more here: http://www.egoweblog.com/be.html (Why you should NOT use BlogExplosion - valid for all similar services)
Digg: http://digg.com/links/Why_NOT_to_use_BlogExplosion

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Rado said...

Traffic Exchanges are also against Google AdSense TOS.

7:02 PM  
Anonymous Mac Lover said...

Do I run the risk of getting banned from google adsense if I join any of these traffic exchange websites? Are you part of any of them? I see that you have google ads, too.

9:11 AM  
Blogger !Keith.com said...

I totally agree with the ideas you have mentioned. But I got another suggestion for bloggers to find blogs that are of similar topics and ask for link exchange. They could go to blog directories (e.g. http://blogannounce.info) and then go to the category their blog belongs to and then visit other blogs. Post comments and then contact the blog owner. I like this method because similar blogs tend to attract the same targeted groups and thus are more likely to lead referrals. And by the way, bloggers could submit their blogs to directories and get more traffic.

5:12 AM  

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