April 14, 2007

Is there a good source of trafic?

Webmasters always think we need more traffic to our sites. Seth Godin actually argued the opposite in Permission Marketing, where he said that we need to form relationships with website visitors (get permission to talk to them about different products) rather than just getting traffic.

But that's a lot of work, and I'm not sure he's taking his own advice with Squidoo. Anyway we can charge more for text link ads on high traffic sites and we can't get permission from people who never see our sites, so we need traffic.

If our sites are good, than getting the traffic will mean getting repeat traffic. And if we have things just right, maybe we can get permission to talk to these repeat visitors about products or services. Quality Traffic Supply promises quality, targeted traffic. They say that their "Precision Profiling System II™" brings traffic to your site by using "inline text ads, known as contextual advertising" - these ads go on 112,000 or more different sites and somehow they know which of these deal with visitors who might be interested in your site.

Has anyone tried these guys or can anyone recommend some other traffic source?

Posted by James Trotta at April 14, 2007 2:14 PM

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