3 Awesome Website Traffic Sources
If you are a blogger or a website owner, you know that getting traffic to visit your site is the number one priority. In this article I am going to reveal 3 website traffic sources that I personally use and have seen great success with.
While I do believe that the best traffic is organic and driven by pure SEO strategies, every one needs a little help with their traffic here and there.
These sources are ones that I use and can verify that they work well if they are used correctly.
1. Kris Clicks
Kris Clicks is a traffic website that brings cost effective ad traffic to your websites. It places banner ads that you create on already established traffic sites that it is partnered with.
This unique traffic platform was created by Kris Karafotas, who is also heavily involved with the networking platform IBO Toolbox.
Some of Kris Clicks advertising partners include Google, Yahoo, Twitter, Pandora, adRise, and more. It has the best quality traffic for the lowest possible price.
Kris Clicks features a simple to use platform that allows you to create banner or text ads. You can turn each ad off and on depending on the campaign you want to run at the time.
It also features complete tracking so you know exactly how each ad is doing and where the visitors are clicking once they land on your site.
There is an affiliate program if you are interested in making money with Kris Clicks. All you have to do is refer others to the platform and you will receive 25% referral commissions.
There is an exchange platform where you can click on other peoples ads and earn credits that can be used for your own ad traffic. Or you can purchase credits for an extremely cheap price. The credit packages often go on sale as well.
Kris Clicks is free to join and you get 100 free visitors just for signing up. That alone is worth it.
The second website traffic source that I use all the time is Rebrandable Traffic. This website offers traffic from sites like Google Adwords, Bing, Advertising.com, Infolinks, Reddit, and hundreds more.
You can buy visitors for as low as $0.02 each. That is an incredible price and well worth it if you are in need of some traffic.
With Rebrandable Traffic, you can create campaigns and select targeted keywords for your ads. This makes it truly unique from other traffic websites.
You can also track all of your campaigns and get valuable analytics on each ad…
- Visitors per day
- Pages Visited
- IP Address
- Time on Site
Personally, I like to use Rebrandable Traffic for Opt-Ins because those convert extremely well. I also use it to promote some of my YouTube videos.
Rebrandable Traffic also has a referral program where you can earn commission for people that you invite to join the platform. The 20% affiliate commissions are paid out on the 1st of every month through PayPal.
Traffup is more than just a traffic site for your websites, it also offers followers, likes, and subscribers to your YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
So not only can you send traffic to certain pages on your website, you can gain a following on Instagram. It’s the total package when it comes to social media.
All you have to do is link your various social media accounts to the platform and then you can get likes, subscribers, followers, comments and so much more. I personally like this feature because there are times when I want to build up one of my social media accounts and Traffup is the fastest way to do so.
As far as getting traffic to your website, all you have to do is put in the URL of the page you want to promote and assign a point value to it. This just means that you will spend that amount (typically 50 points) when anyone clicks on your page and the visitor will receive 50 points.
Final Thoughts on Traffic Sources
These 3 website traffic sources are not the only ones you can use. There are dozens of great sources out there, but I just wanted to highlight 3 that you might not be aware of.
Remember that when using these types of traffic platforms, you need to be sending the traffic to either a high converting page or to an email opt-in. These types of links work best and you could just be wasting your time by strictly sending the traffic to a home page.
The traffic you will be getting from these sources will mostly be cold traffic, so keep that in mind. The page you send them to should entice them quickly or allow them to get more information or a freebie through an opt-in page.
Of these 3 traffic sources, I would have to say that Rebrandable Traffic is my favorite to use. Mostly because I have seen great conversions and received thousands of email leads as a result.
Leave a comment and let me know if you have used any of these website traffic sources and how you liked them.