In my experiences in building traffic, Iâ€™ve tried just about everything. Yes, I even experimented with “spam” (but I didnâ€™t inhale).
At the time, I didnâ€™t know it was spam and when I found out- I immediately stopped. If you utilize any spamming techniques, you will end up killing your website- and may end up in personal trouble. Bottom line isâ€¦ DO NOT DO IT! I could go on all day with the things to avoid, but thatâ€™s not the focus of this Report. I simply want to mention a couple of things that many people get enticed with as they are trying to get traffic to their site.Be careful anytime a site promises a large volume of [tag]visitors or traffic[/tag].
I ALWAYS avoid:
Sites that promise to send you 1 gazillion visitors within 30 days
Sites that guarantee 100,000 unique visitors
Sites that will e-mail your add to 10 million opt-in subscribers
Software what will automatically build a 1,500 page website
Basically, my rule of thumb is to avoid anything that promises outrageous results in a quick period of time. Getting visitors to a website takes time to cultivate.
When I first got started in [tag]Network Marketing[/tag], I had dreams of making huge checks within a few weeks of signing up. My first Sponsor recruited me into the company by telling me everything I wanted to hear – and then some. I just knew I was going to be rich, and I knew it was going to be quick.
Well, it didnâ€™t take long for me to figure out that I had been lied to. This Network Marketing stuff wasnâ€™t going to be as easy as I was led to believe. I made the â€œlistâ€ of everyone I knew, but after contacting my first 10, I was totally deflated. None of my friends were interested in joining me in my new venture, and they certainly didnâ€™t want to sign-up for the long-distance service I was selling. I didnâ€™t want to be humiliated any further by speaking with my family and friends, so I decided to purchase some leads. Surely, they would be better prospects for my network marketing opportunity and would probably sign up immediately. Yeah right!
I was approached last week by someone who was trying to recruit me into a “pre-launch” Network Marketing Opportunity. Now, first of all, when I see a Network Marketing company in pre-launch I’m certainly NOT going to get involved. I’ve been in the [tag]home business[/tag] industry long enough to know that a “ground floor opportunity” simply means you’ll be crushed when the rest of the building falls. It’s my opinion that the people who get excited about Network Marketing pre-launches, are either: “money gamers”, or people who need to check in to the [tag]MLM Addiction[/tag] clinic. Start-ups in the mlm […]