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How many people use Free Traffic System and what is the average result? How many articles must you do in Free Traffic System to achieve results?
It only simplifies the link building you would normally do and has a article spinner and link sharing system attached with it. I don't bother with gimmicks any more just plain relevant backlinks and lots of them and good content and links from web 2.0 places like here at hubpages are best.
It is an easy way to get backlinks to your website or blog. But you need to be careful as too many backlinks all at once is not good for SEO.
1. These systems do nothing but leave a footprint making it easier for Google to filter out your site. The damage can not be undone.
2. People who say don't do too much at once have no idea what they are doing and do not make a full time living supporting themselves from their online marketing efforts like I do. The FACT is you can add as many links as you like. It simply doesn't matter. Google does NOT care how many you ad. For example if you were to write an article that go published on Digg and it went viral it could get 10,000's of links in a single day if it were popular enough. Do you think Google is going to ban you for writing a popular article? Hardly. They will reward you with traffic.
People who dwell on backlinks and spinning and whatever are doing the same thing everyone else is doing and it simply won't make you money. It's a waste of time.
If you want to make money figure out these two things:
Where are my customers going.
What can I offer them that others can not, what is my UNIQUE SELLING PROPOSITION.
When you figure that out you'll stop wasting your time being like all the rest of the people who have no idea how to truly make money online.
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