Are we allowed to submit our hubs to Traff Up? Please answer
Avoid Traffup it Violates Google Adsense Policy. Since it's considered a "traffic exchange" your paying people in a sense to visit and look at your page for a certain amount of time and points.
You might get away with it for a while but in the end your account will be suspended and isn't worth the trouble. If you have a blog or website with affiliate offers banners etc then Traff up is great for that but for Hubs a Big No.
TraffUp does not force anyone to view any site that you do not want. The viewer chooses which sites to visit. Human eyes are looking at your site, not a machine or robot or anything else. You can't even view you own sites, which would be a violation of Adsense.
What is the difference between Traffup and many other sites like lets just say Shetoldme, Redgage,Tweeter,Facebook; you place your links and people visit you site through them, just like in Traffup, but at TraffUp you are only allowed ten links max.
The only visible difference is that you pay to have your site link displayed, you either buy points or earn points. Which sites you decide to view is up to you.
Lets pretend that all of a sudden Shetoldme, Redgage and others, made you pay or get points too for displaying your links/site, then we would all stop using them?
I can understand if the visits were submitted automatically by a computer program or another software program, then I would have an issue, but when a person chooses to visit my link or your link and view it for how many seconds or minutes he or she chooses has no bearing on how they got there.
One is paying to advertise, nothing more, nor is anyone monetarily rewarded for visiting sites. I just buy points at 0.1 each.
thanks mr. I was just curious,, hehe Im afraid my account will be blocjed that's why I asked...thanks for the helpful tips!
I agree with Luis. Traffup is not a fake program. People like you and me are using it, and are viewing each other's web pages.
Traffup has helped me to increase my hub's traffic (apart from increasing my website's traffic). And each and every click on traffup is shown in the statistics page of my hub page account. Plus, a lot of people (including me and luis) are using traffup to promote our hubs. And its 100 percent safe.
So forget your worries Jujan, and promote your hubs using traffup.
I hope you get the answer you are looking for. Have a great day
Do not use Traffup. It violates Hub Pages' and Google's rules because it is a traffic exchange. Your Hubs will be unpublished for a week if you use it, and it takes time to recover. It is not worth those views.
I am pretty sure that later on Google will be killing all these submission sites and making them go to the dogs. I never use them and I am curious to know from people if they even work? Thanks for the question and I enjoyed reading the answers too. I learned something from here.
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