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A traffic exchange is a website promotion system based on the concept of
reciprocation. In simplest terms, you achieve exposure for your own web site,
banner ads, and even text links by viewing the sites and ads of other people.
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These programs provide you with a very powerful way of:
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Putting your product or service in front of a very diverse audience
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Seeing what other folks are promoting
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Getting an idea of how your competition is targeting their campaigns
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Branding your name, gather leads, and yes, even make sales
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Traffic Exchanges are member based, so you must open an account with
each exchange you intend to use. This is a simple task that can be completed
in a couple of minutes, and it’s usually free.
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The initial sign-up process will require you to enter your name and a valid email
address. Additionally, you may be asked for information about your web site.
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In some cases, you are also asked to select a username and password with
which to access your member’s only area. Other exchanges will assign you with
a user number and an auto-generated password.
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Once you have completed the sign-up form, you will receive a validation email.
You will need to click the link indicated in this message in order to validate (prove
that you own) the email address you have used to register your membership.
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All traffic exchanges operate on a credit system. Members earn credits by
participating in a variety of ways, and then “spend” these credits on website visitors,
banner ad impressions, text links, and in some cases, even email advert’s.
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By maintaining active memberships in a few good exchanges, you can generate
a tremendous flow of traffic for any web site you wish to advertise. When used
properly, these resources are an excellent way to promote just about anything.
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This is an entry from my Traffic Exchange Training Course. You can get the rest of this tutorial for free, and learn how traffic exchanges can not only boost your traffic, but can also become a secondary income for your business by filling in the short form on the right.


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  William Brant
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