Help Me Test This System: Get Thousands Of Website Visitors For Free

by Klaus on August 1, 2009

in Marketing

Dear reader,

I need your help!

I found this “Get a 1,000,000 visitors in a month”-program over at the Not John Chow blog. It’s free, so don’t worry – I’m not selling you anything, but for the sake of the experiment, please read on 🙂

fwebtrafficLet me explain what it is. You visit the site, fwebtraffic, just read through the description real quick so you know what it’s about. Now at the bottom of the page you will find 6 website links. You have to click those, each of them will generate you a code that you have to enter at the fwebtraffic website. By entering all 6 codes correctly, they can verify that you have actually gone to those sites and stayed there for at least 15 seconds.

Now you sign up at the fwebtraffic site, by entering your website address and a “text advert” to be shown in the list of 6 links. I suggest you use a secondary e-mail address, just in case

You will now be given your own unique referral link to fwebtraffic. At that link, you will find my site, TechPatio, to be in the 2nd spot and your own site to be in the 1st spot. The users you refer to your link will now have to click on your site in the 1st spot, my site in the 2nd spot, and so on, down to the 6th spot.

  • The system is totally freeThere’s no risk and nothing to lose.
  • The system is viralIt will increase your traffic exponentially, doubling day after day.
  • The system is automatedIt continues to send you traffic around the clock, even when you’ve stopped using it directly yourself.

I don’t know how well it works, so I suggest – if you have a blog or website – that you give it a try. As I said, it’s free and all it requires is a blog post like this to try and get some people to signup for it – or just a link somewhere.

Here’s my link, please use it when signing up, thanks!

fwebtraffic – get free traffic to your website!

Please leave a comment below if/when you sign up – I provide “link love” to my commentators if you enter your website address 🙂

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Christie July 31, 2009 at 17:44

Done! Get ready for those thousands of visitors. I’m still waiting for the emails from them, but I have submitted all the ad codes and my own link.

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Klaus @ TechPatio July 31, 2009 at 18:08

Sounds good Christie, good job 🙂 I have no clue how well this works, but since it’s free I figured it wouldn’t do much harm to try it out, I honestly didn’t bother doing much research on the topic either, just did a few forum threads and nobody seemed to be negative about the program.

So, we’ll see…

However, I might suggest that you add rel=”nofollow” to the link in your blog posts or whereever you’re going to link to them, just another “just in case” thing…

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Jason August 1, 2009 at 02:31

So, do you see any kind of a traffic increase, or any weird traffic, anything unusual yet?

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Klaus @ TechPatio August 1, 2009 at 10:39

Jason,
I’ve only been trying it for less than a day, so not really, no.

I did get a few hits yesterday though, but I don’t expect it to pick up unless people will actually “signup” through my link above and keep the chain going. You should give it a try though, I’d love to update you how it goes later on, but it won’t go anywhere if nobody will add it to their own site 🙂

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The Gooroo @ iBlogPlanet.com August 1, 2009 at 14:14

Hm, this seems pretty neat. Wonder if it actually works. I’ll give it a shot, as I recently moved my blog to a new domain. I need all the traffic I can get! 😉

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Jason August 1, 2009 at 14:46

I have tried this once a while back (about two years ago) with a different site and I did get some new traffic but it was all one time visits…
.-= Jason´s last blog ..I hate people… =-.

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Klaus @ TechPatio August 1, 2009 at 16:37

Yes I don’t expect the visitors from it to be the BEST visitors you could get, but one has to try to make sure… I think it’s possible with Google Analytics to check visitors from a certain source, to compare bounce rate etc. with other visitors.

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Not John Chow August 2, 2009 at 18:37

Klaus,

Thanks for kicking this off. I will be tracking the traffic. I would love to hear from everyone else as well.

NJC
.-= Not John Chow´s last blog ..Not John Chow Launches Phase I of his Drop Here List =-.

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Doug Dillard August 2, 2009 at 19:15

Interesting concept. It is kinda like a free network marketing program and the payout is traffic. Please write a follow-up post in a month or so and let everyone know how it worked for you, as I would be very interested. Good luck!
.-= Doug Dillard´s last blog ..Why Comment on MakingMoneyOnline.com? =-.

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Klaus @ TechPatio August 2, 2009 at 19:17

Doug,
I’d love to – but I don’t think I’ll have much to write about 🙂 So far only 1 signup through my link and I probably need a few more than that in order to get anything out of it.

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