Is automated traffic worth considering?
Automated traffic: what is it?
There are many different services that offer some kind of traffic exchange. Some require you to click and browse other people’s websites. Since this is a requirement for everyone, your website will be visible to everyone using the same system. Other programs, known as Autosurf, are based on the same idea, but instead of clicking on links, a script does it for you. The good thing is; You don’t have to navigate or view a single page to get “page views.” The disadvantage is obvious; There is no guarantee that your website will actually be visible, you will just receive automatic page views.
Another way to exchange traffic with other websites are so-called top lists. You simply send visitors to your top list – the more you send, the higher your link will rank, giving you more visitors. Another popular method is fully automated banner replacement. It is often scripted and the methods of earning credits closely resemble traffic exchange and automatic navigation. However, the big difference lies in the quality of the data traffic received. Another big benefit is free visibility for you and your brand as your banner is visible across the entire web. It is no coincidence that large companies spend a lot of money to increase awareness of their brands. Is this gesture useful?
Well, that could be the case. Depending on the theme of your website, you can get many benefits from these programs. By promoting a product that webmasters and website owners like, you can more easily attract new customers because only they will benefit from these traffic programs.
If you have a website that has nothing to do with the webmaster community at all, you can promote your affiliate program if you have one. For those of you who don’t run an affiliate program and offer attractive products for webmasters, it’s time to get creative.
Using these “tools” to your advantage, you can isolate valuable users – all of them, even if their number is not the same – instead of just visiting the website and wasting bandwidth. Learn more about how to convert visits to visitors on El Traffico
Are there threats?
Many contextual advertisers do not accept programmatic traffic, and some will even terminate your account if you repeatedly send programmatic traffic to sites that contain contextual advertising code. If you drive a lot of traffic to your website, make sure you only redirect to pages without these ads. This is extremely important if you are paid per view. Nobody wants to pay you for automated calls.