To Surf Those Traffic Exchanges Or Not To Surf

To surf or not to surf seems to be the question when you check your downlines and find 95% of them are on a busman’s holiday [spends time doing the same activities as do for a living].

Part of the lessons of surfing include the best days to release credits for the larger return of conversions. That day or days differs per person per Traffic Exchange and for many a good reason.

Quality measurements …

  • membership totals – small, medium, large
  • membership responsiveness
  • gamers or marketers
  • manual or hover surf or autosurf
  • how often you surf it – consistency
  • time of day credit releases
  • how many campaigns you promote
  • free or upgraded membership
  • style of campaign -direct or list building
  • company page promoted
  • LCP [squeeze] or splash page

… and a lot more actions that need to be measured for providing you with the knowledge you need to make an informed decision, to surf a particular Traffic Exchange or not to surf it.

One of the value ways you can surf to test, though it is not exactly accurate, is to surf our contests. One of the specifics I can attest to, is that consistent surfing of all three, bring me in an average of six members per Traffic Exchange per week.

That figure is no more accurate than any other form of measurement as results can vary, based on even more actions or lack of them, by membership, and me, of course.

The bottom line is that you have very little chance of building that all important downline if you choose to sit back and do nothing. It is the consistent surfer who wins contests. It is the consistent surfer who gains trust. It is the consistent surfer who brings home the income. Because they consistently surf, they know the people they promote to and those people know them.

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2 thoughts on “To Surf Those Traffic Exchanges Or Not To Surf

  1. Patricia Downing

    To me 21stCenturySurf is a great traffic exchange. It could use a facelift
    in the looks department, which I believe is in the works! As a traffic
    exchange it has all the tools needed to promote your business.

    21stCenturySurf is easy to surf and gives a free member more credits
    per click (for every 3 clicks you get 2 credits) than most free
    exchanges. Of course you get many more benefits for each level of
    upgrade but as the saying goes, “It takes money to make money”.

    One of the great things about 21st when you are surfing is the fact
    that the percentage of credits goes up the more you surf. Also you get
    5 credits after every 20 sites you surf as long as you are watching out
    for the link to click on. Plus you can email your downline which many
    exchanges don’t allow unless you are upgraded. You can also transfer
    credits to your downline which I love to do when my downline work 21st
    and do a lot of surfing.

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