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There are those traffic providers that have actually delivered what I ordered.  In my experience, isn't one of them unfortunately. 

I've often wondered about those sellers of website traffic.  They all claim they sell "real human" traffic, while claiming that everybody else in the same business just sells you hits made by software that just keeps reloading your website perhaps from different ip's. 

Recently however, I decided I'll try some of these traffic sellers myself.  I used a url that has its own hit counter, and very importantly an interesting video that needs to be clicked to play.  Especially the video will prove that the traffic sent is actually real human visitors;  not that I assume each and everyone will click play, but if you have some thousands of visits sent to the page, some of them of course would click play.  This would then show up on the video views, proving that it was real people that visited. 

I tried out two of these cheap traffic sellers, and the video views and page views climbed.  They actually sent real people from all over the world!  This was marvelous.   

Very excited about it, I found a site that has an even cheaper bulk traffic bundle than the two companies I've been using so far, namely  I scanned their main page, featuring a "review" video by some young lad in a cap, stating the text also on the page "...Lets assume you have a product that sells for $15. If you purchase 100,000 guaranteed visitors you would make $1500.00 based on a 0.1% (one tenth of one percent) response rate. Imagine if you were to get a 1% or higher response!... " and so it carries on about how they were going to send you real human visitors and can't go wrong signing up with, and how is the best thing since yo-yo's and how your sales will simply skyrocket.

I'm not completely familiar with the people behind the site, but I assume the young lad in the cap is Rick Hanson, whom I believe is the owner of the site too.  

Here I could buy a bulk bundle - 100,000 visitors for $34.99, fantastic!  

I bought it and waited.  No email with my account details.  I emailed them about it and sorted it out and finally had my capaign with them started.  Yay!  I was going to get real human traffic abundantly.  Hooray.  

After a day or two my dashboard showed that some thousands of visits had already been delivered.  However, it wasn't my impression that the video views had climbed much if any from it.  Pity;  does this mean that gets you only really anti-curiosity folks, or that the hits they provide are simply created by a hitblaster or hitbooster or one of those fake traffic conjuring programs? 

And then, after some more days I sign into my dashboard.  Without any communication they had changed my website link by adding "(Paused Video)" to the end of it.  The 100,000 views they were supposed to deliver had stopped after only 12,885.  



Why would this be?  Was that all they were going to deliver now of the 100,000 I had paid them for?  CONTINUE HERE TO FIND OUT HOW WRONG THINGS CAN GO WITH REALTRAFFICSOURCE.COM...



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