Would a site like traffic swarm be useful for directing traffic to your hubpage
Using traffic swarn or other traffic exchanges will bring traffic to your hub pages but the quality of the traffic is quite low so if you trying to sell or promote something on your hub pages you probably will not have much luck with traffic from traffic exchanges you better of building quality backlinks and having your hub pages raked higher by google yahoo etc and this will drive quality traffic to your pages, people who will actually take time to read your pages.
I believe using such a site is against AdSense and HubPages TOS.
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