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Saturday, October 14, 2006

Quick And Easy Traffic Swarm Tips

Traffic Swarm is a traffic advertising tool that can work to bring you PayItForward4Profits signups on a regular basis. I use Traffic Swarm to promote PayItForward4Profits and do get signups regularly. It's not a huge flow of signups, but it's better than nothing, right?

If you want to target your ads towards the PayItForward4Profits site, first think of an attention grabbing, benefit focused headline. The headline is what sparks someone to click on your ad. The actual ad copy is not as important as the headline, since the headline is what pulls someone in toward your ad. Of course, that doesn't mean you should write some poor or irrelevant ad copy, since you want to target your ad as much as possible.

It is better to have more ads (you can have as many as you want as a pro member). Each ad you write will target a specific audience. The more ads you have, the greater number of people you can target. Also, having a poor ad won't affect you as much since you'll have many more that probably work well, as long they are properly targeted.

Try to keep your credits above 4k. There seems to be some magical number (around 3k - 4k) at which point your ads will be shown more often to Traffic Swarm users. If you're a free member, this will be a difficult task for you.

The best way to keep your credits up is to surf Traffic Swarm regularly and go pro. As a pro, you get more credits from your clicks, and you get an automatic 2500 credits added to your account per month. Additionally, you can get your membership paid for if you have enough pro members in your downline (up to 5 levels).

To keep surfing Traffic Swarm regularly, make it a daily activity. I like to surf while listening to recorded training calls. Since you'll be waiting for the timer to count down before your next click, feel free to add in other traffic exchanges. With a tabbed browser like Firefox, you can have each traffic exchange in its own tab. Then what you do is click, switch to the next tab, click, switch to the next tab, and so on for each traffic exchange.

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