Increasing Traffic: Tips for Success

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In order to increase your global footprint and gain traffic to your site, using TrafficApe is a must. However, it takes much more to be successful and achieve the results you desire. Below are a few things that will help you get there.
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Social “Strategy”- The Good, The Bad, and The Annoying

You have a site.  Awesome.  You started a blog.  Great.  Now sign up for every social media account you can, and get it out there.  No problem.

Tweet, follow, favorite, retweet…repeat.

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What’s wrong?  Why are you not “blowing up” the internet?  How come you’re not #1 in Google search, and WHY is the balance in your bank account not any higher from doing all this?  You did everything you were supposed to, right? Continue reading

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7 Days: An Alexa Success Story

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One of the primary benefits gained when using TrafficApe consistently for your site, is seeing an improvement in your site’s Alexa ranking. For those of you who aren’t quite sure what exactly an Alexa ranking is, see here.

TrafficApe gives you real page views from around the globe; something that no other site, engine, or platform can truly promise- regardless of it’s claims.  Remember, a desirable Alexa ranking is achieved with GLOBAL page views, and spreading your traffic out among many different users.
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Making Dreams Come True. One URL At A Time.

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As time goes on, it is getting increasingly more difficult for your website or blog to obtain a global presence. You have to spend countless hours building backlinks, engaging your social followers, and spending money on advertising. For the average blogger, or website owner, this has become very challenging. There are tons of services that claim to give you traffic, or increase SEO.  We’re sure you’ve seen them advertised, or have maybe even tried them out.  Unfortunately, these services tend to do more harm than good. The benefits are not only temporary, but usually don’t do what they claim. In other words, they don’t work!
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