Pay Per Click question

Discussion in 'Pay Per Click Advertising' started by James12smith, Dec 23, 2013.

  1. James12smith

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    I have had my website built and now wish to BUY traffic to my website.

    1. What are the steps necessary to ensure that I do not get ripped off on paying for my clicks.
    2. How do I know if I am being ripped off? What are the signs?
    3. Who are the best vendors to buy the clicks from?

    Please note: I am not interested in any SEO issues. I am more than happy to buy all my traffic.
     
  2. Joseph.Shivell

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    From all the questions you have asked in previous threads, I can see why you are not interested in SEO. It's too hard for you to do on your own, and you refuse to do what you need to to learn it, instead trying to learn by asking question after question in this forum. In spite of the title of your thread, you are not asking about PPC, which is a legitimate way of promoting websites by placing a sponsored ad on a search engine, and paying the search engine each time a vistor clicks on your ad. You've now decided that you can be successful by taking shortcuts instead of actually promoting your website properly. To answer your questions:

    1. What are the steps necessary to ensure that I do not get ripped off?

    Don't buy traffic. Learn how to promote your site properly by either buying one or more books or borrowing them from a library and studying them.

    2. How do I know if I am being ripped off? What are the signs?

    If you buy traffic, you are being ripped off - period!

    3. Who are the best vendors to buy the clicks from?

    There are none, Go back and read my answer to question 2.

    Others may recommend vendors that supposedly sell "real" traffic, but they are wrong. If you insist, however, on wasting your money, the only thing I can do is wish you "good luck".
     

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