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Traffic is the lifeblood of our business
Traffic exchanges are great for getting tons of traffic, loads of offers for free traffic.
Free traffic is not really free, it has a cost with your time.
so, it is better to upgrade and get the maximum amount of visitors to your sites
Upgrades are excellent and it means if you look carefully at tge upgrade options and commissions you will find great deals and in the odd csse or two, no surfing required, but plenty of hits and optins
Being upgraded also means your surfing pays you, when that happens your traffic is eetr than free and you can scale up and grow twice as quickly
Speaking from experience of both types of surfing, I know which I prefer and what works better
As an example my own hits per day, went from around 300 to over 2000 per day and commissions are nice
So next time you use your favourite exchange/s lok at tge upgrade option
Excellent advice Dave. You are exactly right. Though sometimes there just is not enough money to go around for some people, it just takes twice as long for them. I can appreciate the needs to upgrade and save some of the time spent on the computer clicking links and credits. Done it too long. :-) I have been with a few other affiliates for the last couple of years and sometimes starting out with new business that you have never done before has lots of little tips that are needed to help others miss all the pitfalls.
Here at Worldprofit, I have found that is not a problem. I can say I truly appreciate the business offers that we get here from Worldprofit, Sandi Hunter, and George Kosch. They have saved me so much time in my days.
I'm still trying to get a new site setup for a Tshirt store. I've been working on for a couple years for my son. Sometimes I think it would be cheaper if I would just go ahead and pay Fiverr to set it up for me. Being anal is not a good quality sometimes. LOL So my sons tell me and so does my Granddaughter, 6 years old. LOL
When I log into Worldprofit, I feel like I'm at home, so much that sometimes I think I need a room... I love this place.
Bobbi Jo Nichols