Automatic Traffic Exchanges
Free website traffic is the key to promote your site. Each exchange has its own pool of active members that you can reach.
Join and start surfing. There is no limit.
Running more exchanges simultaneously will increase your chances of success.
Promote your product and activate automatic credit distribution to always have your campaign going.
You may encounter harmful sites, reading the safety section in the guide below is recommended.
What is a traffic exchange?
A traffic exchange is a service that lets users exchange website impressions with each other. In short, users earn credits by browsing other users’ web pages.
You will be rewarded with credits each time you visit a website in the surf rotation, and then you can either convert the credits into real money or an impression of your website/affiliate-link/product.
Most traffic exchanges do regularly host different events and contents for the most active users as well as give users a chance to win credits with mini-games inside the surf rotation.
There are two different types of traffic exchanges, manual and automatic. To maximize the potential for success, you should be working with both.
Setup and run — manual traffic exchange
When surfing in manual traffic exchanges, there is a requirement to confirm the user’s attention by clicking on either a picture or word between each web page surfed.
By putting time and effort into manual surfing, you will get high exposure to a wide audience. Note that even if you have to be actively surfing when surfing with this method, you are not limited to one exchange; you can work with many traffic exchanges simultaneously.
Setup and run — automatic traffic exchanges
Different from manual surfing, automatic traffic exchanges don't require any confirmation that the user attend to the surf. It runs on its own.
There is no guarantee that a surfer actually will be active at the computer by the time your product shows up, but it does not mean you shouldn’t use this method.
0–5% of the total users that see your site will interact with it; these are my expectations. It is a comfortable surf method, and it is meant to run 24/7 and with many different exchanges.
Protection against harmful malware is essential when you are about to visit hundreds of thousands of sites. Here are my top tips to keep your computer safe from any malware.
I run all my traffic exchanges inside VirtualBox. It works like a computer inside your computer. If your virtual machine were to get infected, it wouldn’t affect your host operator.
You need to have antivirus software installed on your computer. After some research, I’ve found that Kaspersky is the top choice in 2020. In all independent tests, it blocks 100% of malware flawlessly as well as doesn’t put excessive strain on the computer.
Sandboxie is a great program to "box" surf clients or browsers. Everything that runs inside the box will be deleted upon exit, which means no harmful virus will ever come in contact with your computer.
In the past, I used the NoScript extension on all my browsers to block ad-trackers. Now I can safely trust Brave-shield to take care of it for me. It has become my go-to browser.