Your articles are very straightforward and to the point, packed with great content like a pizza :). I have a question if it’s a little to invasive feel free not to answer. I’ve noticed your blog compared to almost hundreds I have seen, you don’t have a long and detailed sales page like many others. You simply have a tools page. Back tot the question sorry lol. Is your main way of deriving income based on affiliates? The reason I ask because I have started a tennis blog and was wondering if I can rely solely on affiliate income or will I have to look into other opportunities.
The above is an example of what to look out for and avoid. This traffic should be avoided as it can cause a Google penalty and is often robot traffic instead of real potential customers. Profitworks does not sell traffic and always advises companies to always stay away from buying packages from companies that sell organic traffic. How these companies usually work is they sell organic traffic to buyers who want to drum up traffic for websites they own or are responsible for doing digital marketing / SEO services. They are often sold in packages on a monthly basis, a quick search for "buy organic traffic" will yield a number of sellers who offer this services. For certain sellers of organic traffic, they also clearly outline the fact that no humans are involved, which means the process is completely automated or based on software algorithms. Given the traffic is robots it has zero chance of generating a sale for your business.
If looking to attract customers from United States, buy USA traffic for the best possible results. For businesses targeting customers in Great Britain, buying UK traffic would be a better option. The traffic you buy can be targeted to match the objectives of your business. Generic web traffic can be useful, but doesn’t hold nearly the same kind of power as niche targeted website traffic.
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