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Buying internet traffic from a pay per click ad network – Traffic guide

Picture of hand icons clicking on a website buttonHow to advertise your business

If you’re not social, you don’t exist. This is especially true if you are looking for a free way for getting website traffic. I will not go into details today, but basically you need a lot of followers on your social network for this to work. If you don’t know how to get followers then there is another great solution for you called pay per click advertising (ppc for short).

Buying website traffic

Buying website traffic is one of the oldest advertising techniques in the history of internet marketing, but because the market has grown exponentially over the past few years, finding an affordable ad network that is capable of delivering quality traffic is getting harder by the day! Below I will share my unbiased review and tips and tricks on how to promote your website using pay per click ads.

AdHitz – a pay per click advertising network

AdHitz is a well known ad network within the work at home niche and this is the place to go if you’re looking to buy traffic to the work at home niche. For every other niche, Facebook ads and Google AdWords might be a better solution simply because of their massive reach.

How to promote your business on the AdHitz network:

1. Create an advertiser account and log in

2. Under the advertisers tab click on Browse websites

3. From the “length” filter choose Pay Per Click Ads

You should now see a massive list of all the websites in the AdHitz network that are accepting Pay Per Click Ads which means you will only pay for a valid clicks, not the banner impressions. (Yes! They have text ads as well).

This is good news for us because AdHitz is actually very careful in selecting the right publishers and their security system is decent enough to detect any false clicks which can make you lose money in other networks. AdHitz will not tolerate fake clicks at all!

Buy clicks that have cheap ppc

It’s not always a good idea to pay more in order to get high quality traffic. In AdHitz there are quite a few sites in the network that have lowered their PPC rates down to just $0,01 USD per click. Some even have the minimum spend requirement set to the lowest possible setting which is $2 USD. That means for only two bucks you will get 200 (two hundred) highly targeted visitors to your website (assuming of course you are promoting a work at home related product/service).

This is way better than buying clicks from a paid to click website because the visitors that come to you are only there for their incentive and not because they are interested in your offer. By crafting a good text ad or creating an amazing banner for your business, the AdHitz network can become your only place of buying traffic on the internet.

Tips and Tricks for AdHitz paid traffic

Stay away from their network ads! It may seem tempting at first to have your ad shown all over their vast network of publisher sites for just $2 USD, but in reality you will get up to ten times less clicks this way because their network ads are impression based (you pay for impressions, not clicks).

The “gold mine” lies within small individual sites that aren’t yet charging too much for the clicks. As I previously said there are more than enough smaller websites in the network who are still getting decent amounts of traffic daily where you should promote your site instead of simply buying a network ad.

It’s important to go through every site in the network and I can tell you, it will take a long time, but it’s definitely worth it. To help you get started I have listed a few that are a result of my many hours of research. The below sites are good for buying traffic on AdHitz ppc network (probably outdated by now, this article is a year old!):

easyptc.net – $0,01 ppc, $2 min. spend

cashnmoney.com – $0,01 ppc, $2 min. spend

clix-cents.com – $0,01 ppc, $2 min. spend

cominbux.com – $0,02 ppc, $3 min. spend

uniclix.net – $0,02 ppc, $10 min. spend

I’m sure you get the point. Remember, always do your research first and find out which high traffic site is selling their ad space more cheaply. There are many paid to click sites on the AdHitz network that can provide you with hundreds of clicks through the network at a fraction of the price that they ask from you directly with their onsite advertising methods.

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How to add a Read More link on your content when someone copy pastes it

Everyone copy pastes!

Every day people copy and paste paragraphs, quotes and anything else you can imagine from one place to another online. Copy pasting has become one of the most common elements of social media as well because we all love to share something we think is cool with our friends. When was the last time You copy pasted something? Chances are you still have that data on your clipboard.

Get backlinks on copied content

How to add copyright read more link back to your site on copy paste text
At this very moment hundreds of thousands of people are sharing something via email, social networks, blogs and messenger apps by copy and pasting information. Wouldn’t it be awesome if your website would somehow automatically add a read more link along with the text that someone copies from your site?

It turns out there is an incredibly easy way to do this! All you need to do is add the following code just before your closing head tag. (it looks like this: </head>)

 

Copy and paste this code:

<script>
function addLink() {
//Get the selected text and append the extra info
var selection = window.getSelection(),
pagelink = '<br /><br /> Read more at: ' + document.location.href,
copytext = selection + pagelink,
newdiv = document.createElement('div');
//hide the newly created container
newdiv.style.position = 'absolute';
newdiv.style.left = '-99999px';
//insert the container, fill it with the extended text, and define the new selection
document.body.appendChild(newdiv);
newdiv.innerHTML = copytext;
selection.selectAllChildren(newdiv);
window.setTimeout(function () {
document.body.removeChild(newdiv);
}, 100);
}
document.addEventListener('copy', addLink);
</script>

I’ve turned the part that you can modify yourself red within the code so it’s easier to see. Just change that to whatever you like or remove it altogether to only have a link under the copied text. It’s up to you! The only thing you should keep are the <br /> tags otherwise the link will be added on the same line as the copied text and it makes it kind of annoying.

Note: I didn’t come up with the code myself. The original article can be found on StackExchange

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