Is there a difference between being a seriously addicted surfer of Traffic Exchanges vs. being a seriously addicted Internet user?
In many cases, seriously addicted Internet users become perpetrators or victims of online affairs, gambling and chat room misuse. This article is not about seriously addicted Internet users but if you feel you could be one of these people then go here and our prayers go with you.
In our crazy mixed up world of exploding life styles and cut backs, job losses and medical crises, sometimes it seems surfing is the sanest act of the day.
Being a seriously addicted Traffic Exchange-aholic can be fun and exciting when teams are involved or you are advertising and need to incorporate free traffic methods in your business strategy. It can lift the stress of the nine to five J.O.B. Stress release is a must and if good focused surfing can help you then go for it.
The difference in this form of clickaholics surfing is that you are focused. You have a goal in mind and that goal, each time you reach it, brings you one step closer to success.
Do you know how to successfully use the many Traffic Exchanges [TEs] you currently belong to? What are your statistical measurements for each of them? Which ones do you gain some expected result from and which ones just take up your time?
No doubt your goal, well planned is easily executed by a few of these TEs
and the rest you play with?
My experiences have shown me that Less is More and anything above that
norm leaves me feeling inadequate in my results ratio. While I limit my
membership to 25 forever changing TEs that I am testing, I am aware of
others who claim how easy it is to surf 40 – 125 or more TEs and keep their sanity as well as create subscribers.
My only question is not so much can they do it, but what good are they to
you in their follow up strategies? Do they even have one or are they power
recruiters and you are left to struggle on your own when you join them?
So far when I ask what their strategy is, I get a lot to talk around it but no
definitive responses. Is there one? I’m not quite ready to give up yet.
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