Hi, there are various website out there that lets you buy thousands of traffics for your website and they usually send traffic to your site within 24 hours. Firstly does any one know how they do this and secondly it this against google adsense policy ( would you get penalised if google finds out). Thanks.
It is against both HubPages and Adsense TOS.
Yes it against the tos.
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … swer=32771
Not only that but a waste of money.
Heck no. Even if it wasn't against policies I still wouldn't do it.
Many people are on the right track about traffic but their setting themselves up for a world of pain. If you just focus on a keyword that has tons of hits per month on the serp then your going to fail. This is because it is virtually impossible to get on the 1st page of big G unless you have a SEO team working on your backlinks day and night.
Doing the following will increase traffic.
1. Use low competition keywords only
2. Create your hub using onsite seo with those keywords
3. Create web 2.0 sites/blogs/article sites and include a do follow link to your hub.
4. Backlink your hub on related comment sections of other blogs/sites.
5. Repeat steps 2 - 4 until you dominate big G's first page.
You don't want traffic. Traffic doesn't make you money. CLICKING and BUYING traffic makes you money.
If you get 5,000 people visiting your article but not a single one clicks an advert, then you've wasted your money with no return.
Yes, paying traffic. Which comes from choosing keywords correctly and backlinking correctly. Neither of which should cost you money - and both of which will give you traffic that increases with time, instead of a "spike" of one off traffic.
Here's a free and instant Traffic Tip:
Step 1. Stumble it
Step 2. tweet the stumble...
Step 3. social bookmark the tweet...
step 4. rinse and repeat
Don't over do it, and you will surely get more traffic. Cost - zero.
And I still believe in the almighty Back link to a hub page. If you can get a few thousand followers on Twitter or Facebook, and pop a few links in their direction, so much the better.
My partner is a poet on Hub Pages and has a higher rating than me because she joined a few Poetry Groups in Facebook. Ka-ching! Having your own website also pays dividends!
In my opinion, it's just a waste of time and money with most of them. A lot of the traffic isn't human traffic and definitely isn't ad-clicking traffic. Stumble can generate a lot of traffic, but most of the time it doesn't generate money/clicks.
My opinion - your best bet is to concentrate on SEO, build links through articles (not link farms), and write content that people OTHER people will want to link to. Self generated links hold little value these days. I haven't made a link on a link site for probably a year and a half or so.
Traffic Exchanges and bought traffic can get you into trouble with Google and your Adsense Account.
In one of the hubs there was a mention about the site by name imautomator. They provide free service of linking to various news and social bookmark sites. Is it OK to use that site or it will be violation of Google and HP TOS ?
I never had much success with iamautomator. I have the free one. Google does not like paid links.
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