Traffic Sage Outsourced Web Traffic and SEO Review

For the past 18 days, I’ve been on vacation in France (with brief side-trips into Spain and Italy). I’ll post some pictures soon, but first I want to tell you about how I was able to increase traffic to my website while on vacation, doing no work.

I outsourced it!

A few months ago I was introduced to a service called Traffic Sage.

Basically, it’s an outsourcing company specializing in web traffic and SEO services for Internet marketers (If you’re not familiar with outsourcing, check out lesson #39). They offer a package of services including…

-search engine submission
-article writing
-article submission
-video creation
-video marketing
-link building
-social bookmarking
-social networking
-and more.

All of those things are helpful to my business, and yet I rarely did any of them on my own because those activities are all so time consuming.

So I signed up right away, to get them working for me. I was pretty excited about it, but I decided to hold off writing about it until I had given it an adequate trial period.

They are India-based, and I’ve had mixed results in the past from various Indian contractors, so I really wanted to give it some time before reviewing it here on Eric’s Tips.

Now, after nearly 3 months of using their service, I’m happy to give them my recommendation.

When it comes to outsourcing to India, there are two main areas that generally cause me to be concerned: quality, and communication. Traffic Sage has met my expectations in both of those areas. The quality of their work is better than other sources I’ve used in the past, and their communication is clear and helpful.

All of the communication is done through a dedicated helpdesk. I haven’t really had to contact them for any reason, but they have asked me several questions in the course of their work, to make sure they are doing things to my liking. Each time I’ve responded, they have replied back within 24 hours.

One of the things I was initially concerned about was whether they would use any overtly spammy techniques, or represent myself or my business in any way that could hurt my reputation. Because of my concern, I was particularly explicit in my answers to the “welcome questionnaire” that I filled out after signing up for the service.

I told them my specific goals for my relationship with their company, and I explained certain activities that I did or did not want them to do in association with their promotion of my website. For example, I did not want them to impersonate me on forums.

Not only have they been accommodating to my requests, they have also come up with some creative solutions that I had not thought of. They have also gone the extra mile to help me on occasion. For example, I wanted to add my own voiceover to the videos that they made for me, and although it was not something they were trained in, they gladly added it to their monthly task list.

The only downside I’ve experienced is a few issues with the language in the articles and press releases. Their English is very good, so that’s not a problem. It’s more just a matter of nuances, and phraseology (OK, so I’m a picky writer). If you’re not a semi-perfectionist like me, you probably wouldn’t notice anyway. But if you do see anything you don’t like, they are eager to accept correction so they can improve their skills.

Who is this for?

This is for anyone who already has a fully operational website. They do not build your website for you; they only market it and help drive traffic to it. I will add that your website should also have some form of effective monetization (Otherwise what’s the point of getting traffic?). You could be selling a product (ideal), or promoting products, building a list, building a blog readership, etc.

Why Traffic Sage?

Why not just hire my own writers, and link builders, and build my own team? The reason is simple. It’s easier this way.

Traffic Sage hires the workers and trains them. I have a dedicated project manager assigned to me, and six other team members who work on the marketing of my website each month.

They specialize in this. They are not just a random group of Indian IT staff. They are trained in web traffic and SEO activities to help Internet marketers like us.

It was a GREAT feeling going to bed at night while on vacation, having not done a lick of work, yet knowing that there was a team who was working on my business for me.

The good news is that you can have them working on your business too, and you don’t have to go through the hassle of hiring people. All you have to do is sign up, and tell them your objectives and targeted keywords.

You can have an entire team for much less than it would cost to hire one assistant here in the United States. If that sounds like something that you could benefit from, I recommend checking them out at:

Click Here to go to Traffic Sage

As always, you are welcome to post your questions and comments below.

Have a great day!

160 comments on “Traffic Sage Outsourced Web Traffic and SEO Review

  1. John

    Are they accepting new members?

    Reply
  2. Nick Dean

    Hi Eric

    I have been really enjoying the lessons u diligently post daily. I have great respect for someone willing to share his experiences like u do.

    I’m a newbie in internet marketing, I just have a few websites live now. Please have a look at one of them http://www.jeddahalleycats.com its an adsenence enabled site..and I would love to know what u think of it.

    Kind regards

    Nick Dean

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  3. Micah

    Those are some cute cats!

    Eric’s children are currently raising their second litter of kittens!

    Reply
  4. Calvin

    Hi Eric,

    Really, really enjoying yr lessons & tips. Not sure weather I’ll use trafficsage at this moment, maybe a bit later down the track when I’m making 4 figures a mth then I can outsource it.

    Thanks for the review!

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  5. steve Reh

    Hi Eric

    I’m new here love these lessons and your candour and honesty from a fellow Christian
    I am getting so much value from your lessons

    Please don’t stop as this awesome
    At the moment traffic sage is not taking new members but input my name down

    God Bless

    Steve

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  6. RAJDATTA MAJUMDER

    Hallo Sir,

    ( BELLOW THERE IS A MASSAGE IN SMALL LETTERS, THIS MASSAGE WAS SENT BY ME DIRECTLY FROM MY EMAIL ACCOUNT DURING THE LESSON #28 #29 AND #….,ON 7 AUG. 2012. BUT YOU TELL ME TO POST MY QUESTION AND COMMENTS ON THIS BLOG. SO I PLACE THIS MASSAGE HERE. IN FUTURE, IF ANY UNRESOLVED QUESTION ARISE THEN I MUST ASK YOU IN THIS BLOG…

    BUT NOW I HAVE ONE QUESTION: I HAVE HEARD FROM THE MOUTH OF SOME INTERNET-MARKETERS THAT ‘IF I CAN NOT BUILD OR CAN NOT CORRECTLY BUILD THE BUYER LIST……AND SO SO, THEN “I AM LEAVING MONEY ON THE TABLE”‘ CAN YOU DESCRIBE ME THIS TOPIC? I COULD NOT UNDERSTAND THIS SPEECH OR THIS MATTER. )

    At the moment I have got at least an expected time. Before I go to see lesson 28 & 29 I wish to tell you that I know something about CSS HTML ( Which I do in Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 ), ADOBE PHOTOSHOP for WEBDESIGN. I know COREL DRAW. But I am not very expert in CSS and HTML. I was learning CSS HTML from my teacher who is a webdesigner and he is doing its job in a private company and he also work hard, he can design very good looking templates. And I am not very bad designer, not work very frequently ____ often freckle minded…. But I have done graphic work, art and design of four Text Books of children’s school which will be published soon..
    And one of these books will be published in my name

    Thank you
    Rajdatta

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  7. Micah

    Hello Rajdatta,

    “Leaving Money on the Table” is phrase that means, by rejecting this opportunity, you will likely miss out on much greater profits!

    Here is the link to Eric’s lesson called, Building a Website With HTML:
    http://www.ericstips.com/tips/lesson28/

    Reply
  8. Mark

    Useful tips.

    Thank Eric.

    Mark

    Reply

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