Posts Tagged ‘Traffic Generation’

Instant Traffic Robot – Review & Bonus

July 11th, 2011

Instant Traffic Robot

Review of Paul Green’s Instant Traffic Robot:

Instant traffic robot is scheduled for public release on Tuesday 12th July 2011 @ 9.00am EST.

Creator Details: Mr Paul Green – I’ve not been able to find very much information on the product vendor, however it was recommend via a trusted source. I will provide more information on Paul Green when it becomes available.

Product Details: Instant Traffic Robot claims to produce $1.2 million ($1,177,741.70 if you prefer a exact amount) in six months by generating 100% FREE legal traffic on Full AutoPilot.

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Little is know at this time about the exact method used to provide such a vast income and I will provide a thorough and detailed report when the product is publicly released, but my guess is it’s some kind of rss, article, social submitter type of software. Recently lots of submitter and syndicator traffic software has been released and its a proven and popular formula, I can imagine that this product will be of a similar type.

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My Bonus: I will add a complementary bonus here when I’ve checked the quality and integrity of the product, the bonus will be available for any person who purchases via my download link.

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Conclusion: A detailed report on Instant Traffic Robot will be placed here when I have more information on the product.

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Traffic Generation in Niche themes

August 19th, 2010

Great concept! Here goes my 2 cents:

This idea is more adequate if your web/blog is somehow in a niche, and traffic is hard to get. In this case some direct actions are necessary, but some tricks may be usable for non-niche sites/blogs.

Search in twitter,, webcities about the theme, issues or the niche that interests you (and btw your web site is about the same).

Look at the lists of persons and blogs and make a list of those that have something in common with you, the same interests, similar topics, etc. Some will have a huge list of followers or many subscribers to the blog.

Now, the tricky part is: how to contact these high-profile webizens? You would not like to knock at their door and ask for a retweet or a backlink in a blog post… right? That would look like “please sir can I have some of your traffic?”. Nope, wrong approach IMHO.

You have to offer something, first it’s a good idea to start with great content in your site/blog. But that’s not enough.

In a direct contact a start-up point is just asking for feedback on your site, or about a specific issue. Or, more intelligently, you can add comments in relevant (and popular) blogs leaving the link to your site/blog in the signature. But, hey it needs to make sense (please see shameless example bellow).

Check your network, certainly you know or know someone that knows someone in your hit list. Check your Facebook and Linkedin for contacts in your friends list.

Another way to go is to spread twit-like in other social networking sites like and (take care to place stuff in right category).

And now an shameless example about a niche blog.

I’m starting now a blog that contains a Comic Strip (ok, well… actually a Beta Comic Strip).
I have not yet made a great effort to spread the word but sometime in the Future I will need feedback and will search some people to check it out and spell a few comments.

Some may even be not obvious, some contacts that I’ve pre-listed just use comics to fill in their business powerpoint presentations. So screaming out loud “free comic strip for powerpoint presentations” may produce some results (if I remember to place a link in each comic strip… hum, that reminds me of something).

Have to go make a urgent change.

Take care,

The Spin Doctor

Ad Swap Magic

December 1st, 2009

Ad Swap Magic

Here is a little used technique you can implement to build your mailing list for no additional cost. I call it “using subscribers to make subscribers” like much in the context of “using money to make money”.

This simple list building formula can be summed up in two words: ad swap.

Generally, you trade advertisements with other eZine publishers, preferably of the same mailing list size or bigger. You broadcast the eZine publisher’s advertisement to your mailing list while the eZine publisher endorses your ad to his list. Yes, you are actually cross endorsing or cross promoting each others offer to each of your mailing list.

Your advertisement’s goal should be to get as many subscribers possible from the other eZine publisher’s mailing list to sign up for yours.

The result: you grow your mailing list. This method does not require money, which means it can be done for free. And the return of subscribers? Infinite!

You only have to do this with one eZine publisher at least once, because his subscribers who are also your subscribers can now be followed up within the boundaries of your mailing list.

Perform ad swaps with as many eZine publishers as possible and soon, you will have a huge mailing list of your own – built free.