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Are all the services on Seoclerks claiming to deliver real humans traffic sedning masked bots? What is your experience? Can you suggest any vendor with real traffic? Ive just ordered 5 packages and all are sending bots.
You need to remember that you get what you pay for. No one can actually send you high quality targeted traffic for $0.001 per view unless they're using some sort of virus that redirects people to your pages.
The only genuine ways to get traffic are through social media, PPC campaigns, Ad campaigns, and SEO.
Sure, some services will say you'll get traffic from Twitter, Facebook, Google, etc. but all they're doing is changing the referrer so it shows up as one of those sites in your analytics.
Remember, if it's too good to be true, it usually is
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You are right, I know that, its just the fact, I would be ready to pay also 0.10+ USD per unique for some real traffic.
thank you so much for this info I am new on here I read everything you post and trust your judgment I do mostly keywords and search engine traffic and thats been real I am listing and am thankful for the info xoxo dor
most are sending real traffic on here you know after a while because you get a sale before you buy see what they are selling and the cost you can also check where the person says they posted the ad search engine traffic on here is excellent on here you just have to be choosey and check twitter some have 1000 of follwers and you do see the ad pop on Reddit traffic is real also xoxo dor
Some people selling traffic in undetermined amounts by "advertising" your services on social media accounts will bring in some traffic but not all of them. I quite buying traffic packages 12+ years ago because a majority of them aren't good. Sure, you'll find some high quality ones out there that can actually pull in some sales, but the majority of them are using bots that mask the referrer so you think the traffic is coming from google, yahoo, bing, twitter, facebook, reddit, etc.