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Do You Use Traffic Exchanges? Part 2

Published on 5/7/2016
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Do You Use Traffic Exchanges? Pt. 2

     In Part 1 of Do You Use Traffic Exchanges? I told about how the program called Traffic Browser can help you get more ad credits in less time. In this second part I'd like to cover how to get better results from using traffic exchanges.

     As with any type of advertising you have to consider who will be seeing your ads. When it comes to to traffic exchanges, everybody who sees your ads will be somebody who wants to make money online. That would seem to be a good thing if you are promoting something that could help them do that. But unfortunately everybody who sees your ad will already be in a business that they would like you to sign up to in order to make money.

     Will any of those people be willing to join the business you are advertising even though they're already in another business? Well...yes, from time to time a few of them may be persuaded to give your company a try. Why? Because they are not making any money with the business they are presently in.

     It's not easy to convince those people to try a new opportunity. Like I said, they all are already involved in one company or another. They are likely to have already spent some money to become affiliates of those companies. And they probably do not have much money to spare, which is why they are using free traffic exchanges in the first place.

     What might be more likely to interest such people? How about something that is specifically designed to benefit users of traffic exchanges. Something such as Traffic Browser, which I wrote about in Part 1, could interest them. With it they could earn commissions from people who signed up and became paid members. (Free members can earn 5% commissions from sign-ups who upgrade, and upgraded members can earn anywhere from 10% to 30% commissions from their referrals who upgrade.)

     But there is another service that I'm a member of that I believe would be even better to promote on traffic exchanges. It is called Payspree Sniper. It only costs $5 to join, and as a member you get an splash page to promote that looks like this (you can click the image to see the actual page if you like).

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      As you can see, the above ad appeals directly to everyone who uses traffic exchanges (and also to everyone who uses safelists). Even though the offer being made isn't for a “free gift,” the $5 is certainly affordable to most people who are interested in making money online. And the potential of earning $2,000 a month should interest just about anyone who is surfing traffic exchanges.

     Does that mean that everybody who sees that splash page will join or even click the button the learn more about getting started? Of course not. Remember, they are all primarily interested in earning ad credits to promote a business they are already in. But, since at least 95% of them are not succeeding in their current business opportunity, then from time to time some people will click the button, and some of those folks will most likely spend the $5 to get started.

     How can a $5 product turn into a $2,000 a month income? Well, one way would be to get hundreds of $5 sales each month. But the Payspree Sniper system involves more than just the sales of the service. It is also designed to get sign-ups to either AIOP or TrafficWave in order to both make use of their autoresponders and also bring in a regular monthly income.

     Basic membership in AIOP is only $11.50 per month ($10 plus a $1.50 admin fee). That qualifies AIOP members to earn $10 commissions from every odd numbered referral they sign up, and then from those referrals they earn $10 commissions from each of their even numbered referrals.

     TrafficWave membership is $17.95 per month. That qualifies members to earn $6 commissions from up to 3 level one referrals, and then 75 cent commissions from up to 9 level 2 referrals, and then 75 cents from up to 27 referrals in level 3. The 75 cent commissions go up to $1 each if you get and maintain at least 5 personally referred active members.

     I personally prefer AIOP since it costs less and members can just about break even with one paid sign-up. And all the commissions for Basic Members are $10 each with no limits.

     Joining either of those autoresponders isn't required to use Payspree Sniper, but doing so increases the potential of earning a monthly income. Furthermore, everyone doing business online should have an autoresponder in order to build their own email list of people who have agreed to let you contact them.

     If you have any questions about any of this, feel free to contact me, John Kespert, at

      If you are ready to take a closer look at Payspree Sniper, click the banner below:

     If you'd like to read the other installments of this series: Do You Use Traffic Exchanges?, just click these links: Part 1, Part 3, Part 4.


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