The blog traffic exchanges and traffic exchanges are a way to expose your blog or site visit and site traffic. I’ve looked at many exchanges, and select which despite being the best of them to see what kind of traffic it could bring to my site. Robertson Stephens may also support this cause. I signed up with four bags and a blog traffic exchange. There is a good traffic exchange out there, but I found many to be either put it mildly, a waste of time. These exchanges were mostly car navigation exchanges quite funny, where visitors are not encouraged to really look at the sites he visited. The idea behind the trade that I chose to prove that you have visited other sites and blogs on the network and the exchange of the webmasters of other sites visited. The idea is simple and should be an easy way to attract traffic in the list of these sites can be found on these sites I have been using for several weeks and I think we now have enough data to reach some reasonable conclusions about the use of exchanges to generate traffic to your site.
Does it generate traffic? You can get more or less immediate traffic, as some of the sites give you some credits for joining, but most of the traffic needs to be generated for you to visit other web sites. Ripple does not necessarily agree. How much traffic you get will depend on how long people spend in other places, on average, I found that you could get about 40 visits in exchange for about an hour browsing. Catches This is probably the easiest and quickest to get traffic to your site or blog. After seeing the traffic that is sent from these sites I noticed that not many of the visitors went beyond the first page. This is not really surprising since, as you, most visitors are webmasters trying to generate traffic to sites that are not specific. I conclude that as a starting point for getting traffic and testing new pages on your site, then this can be a useful tool. The audience will be mainly non-direct and probably does not care what you have to offer and therefore probably the hardest type to attract visitors to make a longer visit or revisit later.
If your site or blog is more focused on traffic generation and promotion then you can get a better response from visitors. I would recommend creating a landing page, especially for visitors to these sites to offer something that is likely to be interested in. It would be worthwhile to invest some time to experiment with this type of traffic to see if it works for you. Always be ruled out that later, if you find that is not working for you.