Traffic Exchange

4/8/2018 1:13:40 PM

History

Traffic Exchanges date back to the beginning of the web and were primarily used by organizations to share sites between employees. Viewers would rate pages in a similar fashion to the now popular social bookmarking situation . When interesting websites were hard to find a traffic exchange for an organization new to the web proved an critical tool.

Around 1994 traffic exchanges moved from corporate intranets to the web. In an effort to build communities the concept of rating pages was replaced with rewarding members for viewing.

It was 1996 before traffic exchanges began to charge for traffic and around this time the concept changed from a tool for locating interesting sites to a commercial one. This change in direction resulted in increased popularity at the expense of the content which is now almost exclusively commerce

About Traffic Exchange

A traffic exchange website receives website submissions from webmasters that join traffic exchange networks. The people who submitted the website then has to browse other member sites on the exchange program to earn credits, which enable their sites to be viewed by other members through the surf system software. This increases the number of visitors to all the sites involved.

Exchanges carry out a certain credit , which provide the number of websites the surfer must view in order to receive one hits through the program for their promoted website. Many sites offer the ability to upgrade ones membership level for a more equal credit ratio.

As the viewers are all website owners or affiliates, it is possible that some might find certain member sites interesting and thus make note of them on their own sites, sending more traffic their way. More traffic programs also impose a time limit when members are browsing, ranging from 20 seconds to 60 seconds. 

Almost all website traffic exchange programs are free, although many of them offer special features to paid members and offer credits for purchase. Almost all traffic exchange programs confidence users to build their own referral networks, which in turn increases the referrers number of credits.

The traffic generated in a traffic exchange can be maximum advantage by using a down line builder to assist the user in building a referral network in the many different traffic exchanges.

In practice, traffic exchange programs are generally used by big business or small business owners or marketers who either want free advertising  or use the exchange programs for low-budget advertisement campaigns.

Traffic Exchange

Most people use Traffic Exchange programs to increase their site visit rate. Traffic Exchange programs offer both the Auto and Manual Surf options with a timing of 20 to 60 seconds. An autosurf program requires no human involvement to rotate the sites in the database, and is used primarily to inflate the total number of site hits. This practice is rather contentious as it may askew the results of website popularity. Peoples main reason behind joining a Traffic Exchange program is to promote products and services to like minded marketers. A factor which may negatively influence the ranking is the Bounce Rate. If a website or blog has a high bounce rate then it will be considered that people are not interested. The Bounce Rate is calculated by the average rate a visitor stayed on the site. So whereas the Traffic Exchange sites increase the site visit rate, on the other hand they also increase the bounce rate.


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