The problematic nature I see with most newbies starting their website, blog, Internet business, or social media presence is that they don’t have traffic.
Traffic is the one variable that will determine the success of any Internet based information system.
People know that.. On a subconscious level at least, many people are left scared.
They’re afraid to create things because of a lack of traffic.
A lack of interest. People realize that their system is predetermined to fail.
Let’s face it.. Having a Twitter account with 50 followers or a YouTube video with 50 views is just embarrassing. Having a Kindle book with 0 reviews is shameful.
I know what that’s like.
That’s why I love buying paid Internet traffic.
Free web traffic is great, but I prefer to utilize the mechanical advantage of paid traffic.
That’s me. I’m lazy.
One of the most popular sources of paid Internet traffic is through Google’s AdWords service.
There’s a hidden “secret problem” with Google AdWords though.
Google’s Draconian AdWords Ban Policy
That problem, is their allegedly draconian “Ban” policy.
If you’ve been buying traffic for ANY amount of time you know that Google BANS people.
It can be a horrifying experience.
They slap online entrepreneurs so hard they wake up in next week.
And even in next week they’re still banned; because Google bans unsuspecting entrepreneurs.. For life.
Has that ever happened to you?
Imagine if you were managing a profitable campaign, and then Google bans your Adwords account?
Unfortunately, this occurs more frequently than you might imagine.
Multiple Baskets. Baskets of Traffic.
That’s precisely why I’m always focused upon diversifying my website traffic.
A healthy stream of web traffic should come from a variety of paid traffic and free traffic sources.
When it comes to free traffic; there’s a mass quantity of methods.
Social media, search engine rankings, YouTube videos, classified ads, and forum signatures come to mind.
When it comes to paid traffic, I prefer solo ads, PPC, and banners.
What about you?
Do you have a healthy amount of traffic sources for your website?
Diesel Fuel For Your Virtual Engine
I tend to think of “online businesses” as a virtual engine.
You can build the best engine in the world. But the fact is, your engine requires fuel.
I consider “Traffic” to be the oil that fuels your engine.
PS: In case you’re not sure where to get paid web traffic, I’ve got you covered.
Because I’ve created a huge list of advertising methods that I’ve collected over the years.
It’s in a handy .pdf format that you can download and get free lifetime updates.
I’ll also provide to you a free 2.5 cloud drive and lifetime cloud access.
It’s not free, but it is cheap.
And it’s not for lazy people, it’s for dedicated people with abundant web traffic on their minds.
I even throw in a bunch of bonuses that are sure to aid you in your online goals.
Whatever they may be.
Mr Computer Science
PPS: Oh yeah. I almost forgot.