We've partnered with a large ad network that has a combined 20 million visitors per day. These visitors from a combination of pop-under ads on established websites in various niches, as well as expired domain traffic. When you purchase a traffic campaign, you are being displayed on these websites according to the category and the visitor targeting that you chose, until your target number of visitors is reached. Our traffic is PPV (pay per visitor) traffic; these visitors are being redirected to your website for maximum engagement, and an ad image and text is not necessary.
Our network is a PPV (Pay Per Visit) network. We send traffic to your site from a combination of expired domain traffic and pop-under traffic, meaning visitors are sent directly to your site; no ads needed. This traffic is routed through our tracking servers and will show up as a combination of referrer traffic and/or direct traffic.
Google Adsense doesn't prohibit buying traffic, they prohibit software manipulating the clicks on their ads. We've worked with thousands of webpages who have Adsense installed without a single issue. Since we're driving real traffic to your site, our services don't fall into this category. That being said, yes, we can absolutely help grow your site with Adsense ads installed!
We will set up your campaign within 24 hours, and once your site and ad is approved, you will start to see traffic to your site in as soon as 24-48 hours. If it's been longer than 48 hours and you haven't seen any new visitors, please email our customer support, and we'll look into the issue immediately.
Yes. The tracking link we send you is from Google (Goo.gl), and will track 100% of your visitors. However, our traffic is PPV (pay per visitor) traffic that is routed through our internal servers. Google is known to group visitors together from a single IP. This used to be an option you can disable within Google Analytics, but it is no longer an option; therefore, we cannot guarantee every visitor we send you will register with the Google Analytics tracking code. We've seen the numbers vary between 60% and 95%, though this can vary from location to location (as well as campaign size and duration). Most all visitor tracking software will display your visitors as well (cPanel, AWStats, Goo.gl, Piwik, etc). If you have a cPanel enabled host, you can also log in and check your traffic numbers directly.
We use Google's URL shortener, Goo.gl, to create a short link of your website and send traffic to. This allows you to keep tabs on your traffic campaign through the short link, as well as see which countries your visitors are coming from. We'll send this link to you as soon as we've started your campaign.
No; we don't use any bots or proxies to send traffic to our customer's sites. These are real human visitors from websites in our ad network.
We can't guarantee a low bounce rate or a high time spent on site. However, on average, we see a ~30% bounce rate and ~1 minute average time spent on site. This number will vary depending on the quality of your site and how engaging it is; you won't see a high bounce rate or a very low "time spent on site" with real human visitors. Pop-under ads by nature have a high bounce rate, meaning a high number of people close the pop-up window before browsing the rest of your site.
Since pop-under and expired domain visitors have a shorter attention span and a higher bounce rate, and since they are easier to provide in large numbers, our traffic is much more affordable than other ad networks. Not only are the visitors sent to your site real people, but they will be from countries you specify, and from websites that are similar to your website's niche. Most other traffic services do not allow this kind of targeting, or simply fake/lie about being able to target your visitors (and then when you receive them, they'll be from all over the place). Lastly, most other traffic services will sell proxy visits or spoofed/fake visitors, which are much easier and more affordable to produce.
Unfortunately, a new campaign will have to be created for each page you intend on sending traffic to. We're unable to split campaigns.