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5p a click would be nice if it turned out to be for real but I get the feeling it's not :-)
[edited by: agerhart at 2:43 pm (utc) on July 10, 2003]
[edit reason] removed company specifics per TOS [/edit]
This could mean a ton of different things:
Forced Exit Traffic
Crappy Foreign Traffic that doesn't even read your language
Clicked Traffic from an exit console
Or a ton of other things
hits don't mean squat. you want visitors. and you probably want qualified traffic.
USELESS. I do SEO for my clients and tried this for my client. I didn't tell him that I am doing this for him. I paid the company. The client receieved no sales from the special link I used to send the traffic to. It was a Batteries website. usually the client gets over 20k in sales everyday.
Advice - forget it! Might be a scam or might not be, who really knows. What we do know is that you can get it 10,000 popunders/ups SOOO much cheaper anyhows (and I think we all know this is what it means), so if you wanna test it out go get it elsewhere.
Oh and another thing...would you buy double glazing from a cold call? nope?....so dont buy traffic either
It's amazing once you point out and tell them exactly what they are going to do and how they are going to do it they get all defensive.
"When a U.K. user (we can tell U.K. users by the I.P. address) searches for, as an example,your keyword, and clicks on to one of our affiliates listings, we simplt redirect them through to the one U.K. web site that the C.A.T. system has been set up for.
We are creating a win, win, situation. Our affiliates win because they are not being contacted by people they are not looking for business from and they also get paid x amount of a percent for the redirect, the U.K. user wins because they do not have to trawl through site after site after site to find what they are looking for and our clients win because they are picking up on U.K. users they may be missing out on."