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#1 funnelhacker88

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Posted 21 April 2018 - 08:07 PM

Hey Whats up everybody Im Just Curious What are the best ways to get free traffic that you have Found out in 2018??


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#2 Bruno Duarte

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Posted 22 April 2018 - 01:51 PM

I believe safelists and TEs as a source of free traffic still kicks ass in 2018 :) 


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#3 Kevin J Timothy

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Posted 25 April 2018 - 02:34 PM

The word "best" can be so ambiguous. To each is own.
 
An offline marketing strategy I like to use are Vista Print stamps, Avery labels, and Post-It Notes. This method is very cost effective and has a very residual effect. You can always find good deals on rubber stamps from Vista Print. Of course, get the larger of the two sizes they offer.
 
1. Order a stamp after you have a dedicated domain pointing to your offer.
2. Obtain labels and Post-It Notes...neon colors, preferably.
3. Take the time to "brand" each note and label.
4. Paste them everywhere reasonable. 
 
I know this method works because I have various tracking links associated with each stamp design. I like this method because the stamp is yours forever and it's use is flexible. I especially like this method because the stationary does not cost much.
 
When you're down to your last note/label, shoot over to Office Depot or Walmart and replenish...a few bucks! While you're there get a little bottle of ink if you need more for your stamp. 
 
Lastly, I like this method because I have returned to locations months after I have pasted the label or note, and they are still there advertising. To my surprise they seem to withstand the humidity, thunderstorms, and heat of Florida summers very well! 
 
Because I track this, I am discovering that this method is generating more traffic than some online strategies I use. THIS blows my mind. 

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#4 Kevin J Timothy

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Posted 25 April 2018 - 02:35 PM

I believe safelists and TEs as a source of free traffic still kicks ass in 2018 :)

 

...and yes, these still work...contrary to popular belief. 


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#5 Clare Bowen

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Posted 26 April 2018 - 06:23 AM

If you stay tuned to the traffic sites that you belong to, like mailers and TEs, especially ones with active admins, you'll often find promo codes and rewards for free traffic credits :-) Look out for admin mails, admin blog posts, know the member's menu, and check member's home page from time to time.

 

And remember that "free" means no monetary cost, but your time is a limited resource, and not "free". Value your time online and be productive with it.


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#6 Steve Shapiro

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Posted 30 April 2018 - 09:01 PM

The issue isn't so much "free traffic" but free traffic that converts.  That seems to be the biggest challenge.  The best advice I could give is to be creative, think outside of the box.  Go beyond the traditional methods that everyone uses.  There has to be some great new idea that will convert better than anything else.  Maybe you can be the one to discover that method if you put your mind to it.  


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#7 Clare Bowen

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Posted 01 May 2018 - 02:40 PM

Residual traffic is a nice form of free traffic, though it takes some work to build up. Many safelists and TEs give you a percentage of the credits that your referrals earn. Then there's viral traffic which can be generated in various ways.


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#8 davepilgrim

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Posted 07 May 2018 - 03:22 AM

There are all kinds of different sources of free traffic and you should choose according to what you're promoting.

 

If you're promoting a traffic exchange, for example, then traffic exchanges are probably going to be your best source of traffic as you're then targeting a very specific audience most likely to be interested in your offer. If you're selling a service for bricks-and-mortar businesses then traffic exchanges are probably going to be a completely useless source of traffic for you and you will probably be better using Twitter or LinkedIn.

 

There is no one tool which is best for every job.


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Posted 07 May 2018 - 08:54 PM

I agree that Safelists & TE are good free traffic sources,but in order for them be effective you have to put the time in daily to work them and see what ones convert the best. I am also a believed in rhinking outside the box and offline advertising would be great for that. Do some research and see what you can find.
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#10 rpsmith

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Posted 07 May 2018 - 10:05 PM

I agree that Safelists & TE are good free traffic sources,but in order for them be effective you have to put the time in daily to work them and see what ones convert the best. I am also a believed in rhinking outside the box and offline advertising would be great for that. Do some research and see what you can find.

 

I think that, in order to determine which "free traffic sources" work the best, you need to track them to determine from which you are getting the most traffic (and conversions). You also need to be flexible in deciding which ones to drop should they prove to be failing. From what I have seen, it seems that many, if not all, will fail eventually hence the need to track them.


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#11 tmedgerly

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Posted 07 May 2018 - 10:46 PM

I agree tracking is essential when using TE and Safelists. Many don't want to do that because it is time consuming. I feel why alot give up using them.
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Posted 08 May 2018 - 12:04 AM

Tracking might seem time consuming but it's time 'well' consumed as opposed to time wasted by clicking your fingers sore at useless sites.

 

Some of the 'fastest' TEs - i.e. those which produce the most hits quickly - are mostly just the same few people surfing round and round the same sites! You might initially get one or two conversions from such a site but it's not likely to work long-term for you.

 

Personally, I use Leadsleap's 'Real Tracker' to analyse my traffic and see which sites are generating the most unique visits and the most conversions. The results are often surprising!


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Posted 02 July 2018 - 01:26 AM

 

The word "best" can be so ambiguous. To each is own.
 
An offline marketing strategy I like to use are Vista Print stamps, Avery labels, and Post-It Notes. This method is very cost effective and has a very residual effect. You can always find good deals on rubber stamps from Vista Print. Of course, get the larger of the two sizes they offer.
 
1. Order a stamp after you have a dedicated domain pointing to your offer.
2. Obtain labels and Post-It Notes...neon colors, preferably.
3. Take the time to "brand" each note and label.
4. Paste them everywhere reasonable. 
 
I know this method works because I have various tracking links associated with each stamp design. I like this method because the stamp is yours forever and it's use is flexible. I especially like this method because the stationary does not cost much.
 
When you're down to your last note/label, shoot over to Office Depot or Walmart and replenish...a few bucks! While you're there get a little bottle of ink if you need more for your stamp. 
 
Lastly, I like this method because I have returned to locations months after I have pasted the label or note, and they are still there advertising. To my surprise they seem to withstand the humidity, thunderstorms, and heat of Florida summers very well! 
 
Because I track this, I am discovering that this method is generating more traffic than some online strategies I use. THIS blows my mind. 

 

I think most people always think about online marketing strategy and forget about the offline marketing. It is always good to diversify your marketing strategy.


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#14 Kevin J Timothy

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 03:18 PM

I think most people always think about online marketing strategy and forget about the offline marketing. It is always good to diversify your marketing strategy.

 

I cannot afford to leave any stone unturned. Potential prospects and customers are EVERYWHERE. Online marketing just makes it much easier to reach masses (at a MUCH lower cost than a highway billboard).  :)  


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