LESSON #84: Over 400 Free Web Traffic Sources

We’ve been talking about web traffic since lesson #72 and we still have a few more traffic lessons remaining.

In this lesson I cover more than 400 websites where you can potentially get free web traffic (plus I give you links to some directories with a combined total of more than 700 additional sources listed… so there’s actually well over 1000 traffic sources here!).

(Watch this video – it may take a minute to load after clicking it…)

ANNOUNCEMENT: I’ve released a new course, which goes into more depth on some of the free traffic methods from this lesson, PLUS shows you how to make money from that traffic… even if you don’t have a website. The course is called: “NO COST INCOME STREAM“. This is something that people have been asking for, for a long time.

Outline of this lesson:

  • REMEMBER: Most marketers will have a better chance of long term success if they focus on the fundamentals of web traffic instead of all the other stuff. (This lesson is NOT the fundamentals)

  • Any “tactic” could disappear at any time. We’ve recently seen this happen as a result of the Google Penguin update.

  • WARNING: A lot of what I cover in this lesson could potentially hurt your search engine rankings, especially if you do it aggressively, or if it’s not balanced with a lot of high quality linking. Be sure to watch the video if you are concerned about SEO. (I go into more detail throughout the video)

    Sources of Free Web Traffic:

  • Forum Marketing

    – Join the biggest forums in your niche.
    – Search Google for “discussions” in your niche.
    – Establish yourself as an authority by providing valuable posts to the forum.
    – Answer people’s questions.
    – Have a good signature, with an enticing link, such as a link to a freebie.

    Forum Search Engines:
    boardreader.com
    omgili.com
    forumssearch.com
    boardtracker.com (used to be my favorite, but it’s been under construction for awhile)

    Forum Directory:
    directory.big-boards.com

  • Blogs

    – Blogs (and particularly WordPress blogs on your own domain) are well suited for SEO.

    – I recommend this web host for 1-click WordPress installation. Coupon code: ERICSTIPSCOUPON (See also lesson #24 and lesson #33)

    – Best way to get blog traffic is to create incredible content.
    – Create “link bait” (See lesson #78)
    – Write something highly controversial.
    – Utilize trackback links as a form of conversation marketing with other bloggers.
    – Particpate in blog carnivals. See blogcarnival.com
    – Host your own blog carnival.
    – Leave comments on other peoples’ blogs. (Do NOT spam or use automation)
    – Expand your reach through RSS feed syndication.

    RSS syndication

    RSS Feed Aggregators:
    technorati.com
    syndic8.com
    feedage.com
    newsisfree.com
    theblogfarm.com
    newzalert.com
    feedsee.com
    (search for niche specific aggregators, such as pfblogs.com)

    Submit to curation sites, such as alltop.com

    Blog Communities:
    blogengage.com
    fuelmyblog.com
    blogher.com (for women only)

    Blog Directories:
    globeofblogs.com
    bloggernity.com
    blogville.us
    ontoplist.com

    Pligg sites (also Scuttle, phpDug, and PublicBookmark):
    blokube.com
    tipd.com
    bizsugar.com
    fwisp.com
    dzone.com (web development related)
    (There are literally thousands of these kind of sites. Search for some in your niche.)
    See also: pligg.com/gallery/

    News Aggregation and other Curation Sites:
    imnewswatch.com (Internet Marketing only)
    biznik.com
    webpronews.com
    (search for some in your niche)

  • Guest Blogging

    myblogguest.com is a community where you can find places to be a guest blogger.

    Some guest blogging or guest article opportunities:
    www.blogussion.com/write-for-us/
    www.zeromillion.com/involve/
    www.bloggernews.net/write-for-bnn
    www.fuelyourblogging.com/contribute/
    smartblogs.com/interested-in-writing-for-smartblogs
    www.sitepronews.com/call-for-writers/
    homebasedbusiness.com/profiles/blog/new
    slashdot.org/submission
    www.lifehack.org/contribute
    www.knowtebook.com/publish
    (There are thousands of places where you can potentially be a guest blogger! Search for blogs in your niche)

    See video for explanation of guest blogging vs. article marketing.

  • Tutorial Sites

    Ehow.com
    Instructables.com
    Good-tutorials.com (Graphics/Photo/Programming)
    Tutorialized.com (Web design and marketing)
    tutorial-index.com (photoshop, coding, video, etc)
    tutorial-center.com (computer related)
    geekpedia.com (Programming)
    tutorialsphere.com (web, video, audio, etc)
    tutorialsgarden.com (photoshop & coding)
    thewebblend.com (Design)
    fstutorials.com (Web design)
    noupe.com (Graphics related)
    (there are dozens more)

    udemy.com is a good place for online courses. You can give them away for free OR sell them. Some people are making a lot of money with Udemy. See video for details.

    www.learni.st is an interesting new social site that is similar to pinterest, but with an emphasis on education.

  • Document Sharing Sites

    scribd.com
    docstoc.com
    calameo.com
    docs.google.com
    edocr.com
    ensips.com
    pdfcast.org (for PDF’s)

  • General File Sharing Sites

    See the video for the list of sites, and explanation. This is a sneaky way to tap into traffic from the file sharing world. This is not something I “recommend”, which is why I’d rather not list these sites on my blog.

  • Slideshow Sharing Sites

    slideshare.net
    authorstream.com
    slideboom.com
    powershow.com
    slideserve.com
    slidesix.com
    myplick.com

  • Ebook Sharing Sites and Directories

    free-ebooks.net
    getfreeebooks.com
    ebookdirectory.com
    e-booksdirectory.com
    free.yudu.com
    manybooks.net
    witguides.com
    bookyards.com
    bibliotastic.com
    smashwords.com
    sharewareebooks.com
    ebookjunkie.com (Free ebooks category)
    ebookmall.com (Free ebooks category)
    Amazon.com (Kindle version)

    See lesson #47 for how to create an ebook.

  • Submit Free Software to Software Directories

    Do a Google search for search for “free software”, freeware, and shareware, and you’ll find plenty of directories.

    www.dmoz.org/Computers/Software/Freeware/Directories/ (76 freeware directories)

    www.dmoz.org/Computers/Software/Shareware/Directories/ (221 shareware directories)

  • Submit Coupons to Coupon Directories

    Coupon Magic (Creates coupons for ClickBank products)
    Amember (Membership site script with built-in coupon function)

    bensbargains.com
    couponcabin.com
    couponcraze.com
    couponcraze.com
    coupongirl.com
    couponmountain.com
    currentcodes.com
    dailyedeals.com
    dealcatcher.com
    dealhunting.com
    dealofday.com (Forum)
    deals2buy.com
    deals4dummies.com
    dealtaker.com
    edealsetc.com
    gottadeal.com (Forum)
    happycoupons.com
    headlinedeals.com
    jackscouponcodes.com
    keycode.com
    mycoupons.com
    promotioncode.org
    quicktoclick.com
    ultimatecoupons.com
    wanting.com
    (and many more)

  • Podcasting Sites

    allpodcasts.com
    digitalpodcast.com
    feeds4all.com (podcast category)
    fluctu8.com
    getapodcast.com
    gigadial.net
    godcast1000.com (Christian)
    ipodder.org
    itunes.com
    learnoutloud.com
    mirpod.com
    podbean.com
    podcast411.com
    podcastalley.com
    podcastblaster.com/directory/
    podcastdirectory.com
    podcastingnews.com
    podcasting-station.com
    podcastpickle.com
    podcastpup.com
    podfeed.net
    rimpodcast.quickplay.ca/rimpodcasting/ (Blackberry)
    social.zune.net/podcasts/ (Zune)
    stitcher.com
    techpodcasts.com

  • Free Press Release Sites

    1888pressrelease.com
    25pressreleases.com
    afly.com
    bignews.biz
    downloadjunction.com (software related)
    emeapr.com/en/
    freepressindex.com
    free-press-release.com
    i-newswire.com
    ideamarketers.com
    mediasyndicate.com
    newsreleaser.com
    newswiretoday.com
    onlineprnews.com
    openpr.com
    pr.com
    pressbox.co.uk
    pressexposure.com
    pressking.com
    pressmethod.com
    pressreleasepoint.com
    pr-inside.com
    prlog.org
    prurgent.com
    release-news.com
    theopenpress.com
    webnewswire.com

  • Free Classified Ads

    ablewise.com
    adoos.com
    adpost.com
    allfreeads.com
    american-classifieds.net
    backpage.com
    classifiedads.com
    classifiedsgiant.com
    craigslist.org
    domesticsale.com
    ebayclassifieds.com
    eclassifieds4u.com
    epage.com
    finditclassifieds.com
    freeclassifieds.com
    geebo.com
    inetgiant.com
    kedna.com
    locanto.com
    newfreeclassifieds.com
    olx.com
    oodle.com
    pennysaverusa.com
    salespider.com
    usfreeads.com
    webclassifieds.us

  • Free Directories

    01webdirectory.com
    arakne-links.com
    azlisted.com
    bhanvad.com
    dmoz.org
    exactseek.com
    fourfind.com
    freeadvertisingdirectory.com
    freewebdirectory.org
    gmdir.com (Your site must use Google maps)
    illumirate.com
    info-listings.com
    innerseek.com
    itzalist.com
    mavicanet.com
    netinsert.com
    smartlinks.org (submit via email)
    somuch.com
    thalesdirectory.com
    theseoking.com
    topsiteswebdirectory.com
    uudir.com
    worldwidewub.org
    (Do a search to find niche-specific directories)

  • Social Bookmarking

    socialmarker.com is a free site that you can use to automate your social bookmarking.

    delicious.com
    Slashdot.org
    Digg.com
    Reddit.com (manual submission recommended)
    Tagza.com
    Fark.com
    Connotea.org
    Netvouz.com
    Diigo.com
    Bibsonomy.org
    Folkd.com
    Linkagogo.com
    Tipd.com (Financial)
    Jumptags.com
    OYAX.com
    Boomarking.com
    Karmalynx.com
    HealthRanker.com
    linkedwords.com
    (More social bookmarking sites on wikipedia)

  • Q&A Sites

    able2know.org
    akaqa.com
    allexperts.com
    answerbag.com
    answers.com
    answers.yahoo.com is probably the most popular Q&A site currently.
    aolanswers.com
    ask.fm
    ask.metafilter.com
    askville.amazon.com/Index.do
    blurtit.com
    fluther.com
    formspring.me
    justanswer.com
    kgbanswers.com
    linkedin.com/answers (talked about in lesson #82)
    mahalo.com/answers/
    querycat.com
    quomon.com (tech related)
    quora.com
    stackexchange.com
    stackoverflow.com (programming related)
    theanswerbank.co.uk
    webanswers.com

  • Other social media & web 2.0 sites we haven’t covered yet

    Hubs:
    hubpages.com
    squidoo.com
    gather.com

    Places to build free pages & blogs (and post on others):
    weebly.com
    wetpaintcentral.com
    blogger.com
    livejournal.com
    tumblr.com
    xanga.com
    blog.co.uk
    thoughts.com

    Photo sharing:
    pinterest.com
    clipboard.com
    flickr.com

    Wiki-type of sites:
    wikipedia.org
    wikimedia.org
    wikia.com
    wikidot.com
    wikispaces.com
    listafterlist.com

    Rating/Review sites:
    reviews.ebay.com (Write guides)
    rateitall.com
    yelp.com

    Interactive sites powered by Ning (Search for sites in your niche)

  • Traffic Exchanges (aka Click Exchanges, Popup Exchanges, Autosurf Sites, etc.)

    I recommend NOT buying credits or upgrading your account, unless you just want to artifically inflate your traffic stats.

    Traffic Exchanges:
    10khits.com
    4x4hits.com
    autosurfmonster.com
    autosurfpro.com
    bellasclickshack.com
    bonus-hits.com
    clickvoyager.com
    dragonsurf.biz
    easyhits4u.com
    eternalhits.com
    fastcashandtraffic.com
    freeautosurf.com
    freetrafficlotto.com
    freetrafficworld.com
    golden-hits.com
    gradeatraffic.com
    high-hits.com
    hit2hit.com
    hits4surfers.com
    hitsafari.com
    fits-a-million.com
    hitsboosterpro.com
    ilovehits.com
    internetTraffic247.com
    linkcrews.com
    lords-of-traffic.com
    maxtrafficpro.com
    proclickexchange.com
    realhitz4u.com
    runesurf.com
    smileytraffic.com
    soaring4traffic.com
    startxchange.com
    tecommandpost.com
    tehoopla.com
    teprofits.com
    topsurfer.com
    toptiertraffic.com
    traffic4webmasters.com
    trafficattheraces.com
    trafficera.com
    trafficg.com
    trafficgoldrush.com
    traffichoopla.com
    trafficpods.com
    trafficsnapper.com
    trafficspammer.com
    traffic-splash.com
    trafficswarm.com
    traffictaxis.com
    vitalviralpro.com
    webbizinsider.com
    web-biz-solutions.com
    webcentresurf.com
    webmasterquest.com

    Pop-Up & Exit Ad Exchanges:
    exitdomain.com
    exitfire.com/57
    exitjunction.com
    eztrafficexchange.com
    visitasweb.biz
    visitors.ws

    Banner Exchanges:
    1800banners.com
    adendum.com
    bannerexchangenow.com
    bannerrage.com
    bannersgomlm.com
    bucketsofbanners.com
    click4click.com
    ebannertraffic.com
    exchange-it.com
    freeadzone.com
    freebannerdisplays.com
    freebannerexchange.org
    free-banners.com
    hitx.net
    impressionz.com
    linkbuddies.com
    neobanners.com
    optimumbannerexchange.com
    showyoursite.com
    thebannerexchange.com
    whambanners.com
    worldbannerexchange.com
    (and many more – just search for them)

    Remember this is for free banner exchanges. Not recommended sources for buying banners. For more info about banner advertising see media buying in lesson #75.

  • Traffic Toolbars

    freetrafficbar.com
    freetrafficexplosion.ourtoolbar.com
    instantbuzz.com
    surf-bar-traffic.com
    viraltrafficfrenzy.com

  • Viral URL Cloakers

    ezadexchange.com
    newdawnads.info
    su.pr – is one to use if you’re a StumbleUpon user.
    trackads.biz
    trafficstorm.us
    viraladmachine.com
    viralexchange.biz
    viraltextadz.com
    viraltrafficdominator.com
    viralurl.com – is a popular one in the Internet marketing community

    URL cloakers that pay cash for clicks:
    adf.ly
    swyze.com
    upag.es
    adblue.us
    viraltrafficdominator.com

  • Free Safelists

    activesafelist.com
    adtactics.com
    adzquik.com
    dolphinadexchange.com
    elitesafelist.com
    freesafelistking.com
    freesafelistmailer.com
    globalsafelist.com
    herculist.com
    iearnadsfree.com
    myfreesafelist.com
    myfreetextads.com
    newdawnads.info
    roadstersolos.info
    safelister.com
    safelistxl.com
    smartsafelist.com
    solo-ads.com
    soloxflow.com
    spicy-soloads.com
    target-safelist.com
    theleadmagnet.com
    ultimatesafelisthost.com/directory.php
    viraladmachine.com
    viralexchange.biz
    viraltextadz.com
    viraltrafficmania.com
    xtrememailer.com

    safelistrankings.com (over 400 safelists listed)

  • Reminder about free traffic tactics from lesson #67:

    – Giveaway Events (aka JV giveaways)
    – Thank You Page Ad Swaps
    – Host a Contest

  • Give Out Website Awards

    -Have a nice little graphic created.
    -Award it to all the top sites in your niche.
    -Give them a snippet of code to post the award on their site, with a link back to your site.

  • News & Publicity

    – Be newsworthy.
    – If you have a successful online business, that may be newsworthy!
    – Contact your local newspaper.
    – Conduct a publicity stunt! (Can result in millions of dollars worth of publicity)
    – Do NOT do anything illegal or hurtful.

  • Word of Mouth Marketing (aka Buzz)

    There’s compelling evidence that Word of Mouth marketing is the most powerful form of marketing in our society.

    – Provide good service.
    – Underpromise and overdeliver.
    – Be controversial.
    – Have a tell-a-friend form.
    – Put your link in the signature of all your emails.
    – Make your customers feel valued.
    Build a relationship with customers.
    – Be buzzworthy!

    (See video for examples of Viral Email)

    Action steps:

    1) Decide whether you want to focus on the “free traffic” route.

    2) Decide whether SEO is a priority for you, and keep that in mind as you employ tactics that may positively or negatively impact your SEO.

    3) If you decide to employ any of these traffic strategies, choose one and start with it.

    In the next lesson we’ll be looking at affiliate driven traffic.

    As always, you are welcome to post your questions and comments below šŸ™‚

    Have a great day!

  • 92 comments on “LESSON #84: Over 400 Free Web Traffic Sources

    1. Deb Lamb

      Wow, Eric. I just read through the list you provided and I am blown away. I will certainly be checking out all you have listed here. What an awesome resource! Thank you SO much for all you do. You SO rock!

      Deb šŸ™‚

      Reply
    2. MakingMoneyFree247.com

      Do you have any techniques for Craigslist.org? By the way great information it has really help my business.

      Reply
    3. Mirtha Fasce

      I liked so much this lesson, is too userfull

      Reply
    4. Vince

      This is the list that I am looking for. However, my question is, how do you manage to make a link with all these 400 sites? How long does it take for a VA to make links to all these?

      Reply
    5. Jack

      Can you tell me about something I found out about called “Infographics”, because I want to make my diagram of about scientists making the economy collapse by hiding gold with the cloaking device?

      Reply
    6. Jack

      This one vince is more for making the free people come to your site because they go away from the other site they were on, but I guess also you probably have to put on a link to. One thing which I do is to try to use a backwards rotation cycle for going through lists like this one to make free traffic, but I just started so I don’t know about how it works yet.

      Reply
    7. John Mauldin

      If you don’t mind my suggestion, I have clients where I do 30-50 backlinks per month for them. It is a way to organize and commit. You will find that if you commit to a specific minimum per month, you will exceed your goals over time. If you don’t, you will end up far short of your goals and, of course, traffic, or the lack thereof could be the price you pay for failing to stick to a consistent goal.

      Reply
    8. Eric Post author

      I explain in the video a little more about how to use the sites. Many of them are “submission” sites, where you can submit various things (documents, ebooks, etc.). How long would it take is really variable. I would recommend focusing on submitting good content, rather than merely getting as many links as you can. As I explained in the lesson, the value of many of these links for SEO is zero.

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    9. Eric Post author

      Infographics are a very trendy type of content right now, due to the ease of sharing them on sites like Pinterest and Google+. You can convey a lot of data in a powerful way using simple infographics. So yes they would be a good form of link bait and potentially free traffic!

      About infographics:
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_graphics

      Good examples of infographics:
      http://dailyinfographic.com/

      How to make your own infographics for free:
      http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/awesome-free-tools-infographics/
      http://mashable.com/2011/07/13/visually/

      Reply
    10. Fina Robbins

      Hi,
      We have around 800,000 in Alexa ranking at the moment, and we have only below 40 backlinks. Although we are not sure how did we get that ranking, do you think that trying the above backlinks would damage our business? We are targeting only clients who need graphics and the site is visited only by them,so ranking has no such importance. Please advise

      Reply
    11. John

      Thanks, We are on the right path.

      Reply
    12. aida c. suarez

      Wao! Welcome back Eric with lesson #84. talking about Web traffic sources. Why so many? Is it not this confusing? I could not see the video this time… problem with this server. But anywhow will take me a week or more to read everything! Thank you for your generosity! I think when lesson #100 is compleated will be ready to hang on the wall our diploma. But accion is what is need it! But to sort out and digest all this info. will take time! Nothing that is done in a hurry will sort effect.
      So lest keep our pace slowly. Thanks again! Aida

      Reply
    13. David

      Hi Eric,
      This is great to see here and get it all to getting it all to gather now and start to look at all the ebooks i have got here and work it all out and start to give one away now.. and thanks for the lessons here and looking to the next one comming to my inbox thanks eric..

      Reply
    14. Alexander

      Wow… Was the first thing that came to mind. Then I thought, if he is giving this stuff away, imagine to quality of the stuff sells!! Amazing smarts my man… Simply amazing!!!

      Reply
    15. Leonard

      Eric, thanks but! Some of this is very worthwhile (thank you for that)but a lot of it is junk traffic which is a big waste of time. Most of us don’t have enough time to take advantage of the worthwhile traffic sources why would we even want to know about the junk and questionable stuff.

      Reply
    16. Mike | DotCom Success

      Thanks Eric, you always provide us with great value lessons.

      I just need a favor from you because you’re the only person I trust. I came a cross a coaching program called “DotComSecrets X” by Russell Brunson, and I registered for 30 days for $1 only, and next month they will start charging $97/month. Can you give an advice if I should continue or if it’s worth it or not?

      Anyway, I’m looking forward to join your coaching club soon šŸ™‚

      Reply
    17. Michele

      I got cross eyed half way down the list and what a list it is! It’ll keep anyone busy for weeks if not months. Thanks for putting it together and sharing it so generously.

      Reply
    18. Eric Post author

      It really depends on whether you’re going to do the work and make it worthwhile. I have heard some success stories coming from Russell’s program, so I think it has good potential. I also have a coaching club at $97/month. Unfortunately some people sign up and never do anything. They don’t follow the lessons, they don’t ask any questions, and they don’t show up for the webinars. For them, it’s not worth it. But if you put in the effort, it is more than worth it. I would say the same for Russell’s program and almost any coaching program.

      Reply
    19. Eric Post author

      Right. I make this point very clear in the video, and also talk about the low quality of many of the sources. That’s part of why I packed them all into just one lesson out of 100, even though I could have spent several lessons covering these sources.

      As far as why you would want to know about it? I seem to have a lot of readers who are insistent on “free” methods, so they are interested. Also, all of the above can be outsourced.

      Reply
    20. Eric Post author

      It is important to watch the video to have the proper perspective of why I covered so many sources in this lesson, and how they compare to the other traffic methods from the other lessons.

      Regarding the video not working for you. Please try these solutions:
      http://www.ericstips.com/trouble-viewing-flash-videos/

      Let me know if you continue to have an error.

      Reply
    21. dan

      thanks For this wealth of info,well done buddy!

      Reply
    22. Linda

      This is a comprehensive list! Great advice to pick just one method and work it for awhile.

      I like to use tracking links so I can tell which free traffic method is giving the best results for a particular niche.

      Reply
    23. Mike | DotCom Success

      Well, the most important thing that I’ve learned from you is not internet marketing itself. I wouldn’t even continue watching ur great marketing lessons and actually take action if you didn’t teach us first how to get a vision, setup goals, be self motivated, and be committed to succeed.

      By the way, the first thing I did before joining Russell’s 30 days $1 program, I searched for a review and I saw yours about his previous coaching program “DotComSecrets”,so I went ahead and joined without even thinking.
      I thought if his previous program is positively reviewed by you then this one might be good as well.

      Anyway, I think if I’m going to pay $97 for a coaching program then I will be glad to join yours. I feel that I’m committed to follow, and learn from you. And I will be definitely confident to recommend others to join it too šŸ™‚

      Thanks,
      Mike

      Reply
    24. Presentacion dela Cruz

      Thank you for sharing this great wealth of free traffic and informations. I have been waiting for this, thank you, you worked hard for this and you are sharing it. God bless.

      Reply
    25. Marija

      Hi Eric,
      I am very happy to receive your lessons after 3 weeks again. I enjoy in your learning style and hardly expect your next lesson. Thank you! Marija

      Reply
    26. Adrienne Dupree

      Eric:
      This list is amazing. Thank you for compiling this. I am going to have to set up a schedule and focus on a few of these at a time. Do you have any suggestions of which ones I should focus on first?

      Reply
    27. Alan Young

      Thanks Eric as always!!
      Would love your thoughts on curationsoft.com by Jack Humphrey and if you would do a review on it and recommend it?
      Thanks man!

      Reply
    28. Anonymous

      I found the info detailed great for a newbie, thanks.

      Reply
    29. Yinka

      Hi Eric,
      This is single lesson contain alot of sources. I’ve to position myself very well to to go through and make sure I understand them. Thank you.

      Reply
    30. luis marrero

      Wondeful Eric.Congratulations!

      Reply
    31. Randy

      As usual Eric you provide great knowledge and this is one of the many times you have over delivered.

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    32. Wes V.

      I agree with the Deb. Great video and especially the list breakdown. I didn’t have time to watch it all but the list will come in handy

      Thanks so very much. This came at a great time!

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    33. Micah

      Hello Alan,

      Thanks for pointing out the product.

      If Eric feels that it would benefit his readers at this stage, he’ll be sure to do a review.

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    34. Micah

      Hello Adrienne,

      That would depend partly on how you want to build your business. If you want to get a better foothold on long-term SEO, it would probably be best to stay away from the link-sharing and traffic exchange sites.

      However, if immediate traffic is more important, you might want to be more open to all of the strategies, and find the ones that are best suited to you, and your time!

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    35. Louis Kennedy @TipsDesk.com

      Hello Eric,

      This is a gigantic collection of free websites and strategies that can boost one’s traffic with great speed. But I can assure you that 80 of marketers are not in the least ready to use these wonderful information you have provided here.
      But I just hope that they will find the time to do all these except they can get them totally automated at minimal costs. What do you think Eric?

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    36. Micah

      Hello Louis,

      We are able to automate, greatly speed up, and better organize our efforts with these strategies using our Push Button Marketer product:
      http://www.pushbuttonmarketer.com/

      With Push Button Marketer, we’ve been able to automate virtually everything that needs to be hands-free!

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    37. Carisa

      I submitted a ticket yesterday to find out if the offer could possibly be extended until until Friday. I don’t have the money to take advantage of the offer until I get paid. Is that at all possible? I’d really like to take advantage of that great offer. When I submitted the ticket tht recommended that I post a comment to your blog.

      Thanks,

      Carisa

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    38. Carisa

      That is for the No Cost Offer that ended yesterday.

      Reply
    39. Micah

      Hello Carisa,

      It sounds like you contacted the Eric’s Tips Newsletter email address, which is only used for outgoing mail. You probably received the automatic reply inviting you to post your comments at this blog.

      Since you inquired before the end of the sale, I’m sure Paul and Jeff can work something out for you.

      Here is the link to their helpdesk:
      http://www.layoffyourbossmarketing.com/support

      Just let them know you contacted us before the end of the sale!

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    40. leo

      damn! This guy should be charging for this,this lesson is worth 1Million Dollars to me! Thanks For this great Tutorials God Bless you!

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    41. Nonkumbuzo

      Thanks Eric, what a great teaching, saving us new people in the mkt to buy everything and loose money mean while. Blessings

      Reply
    42. Kriangsak Charanyanond

      It’s amazing.There are many websites that I could learn from here.Your teaching is wonderful.Thank for your kindness.

      Reply
    43. Scott

      Thanks brother about the effort. However only 2%-3% people who read it will take some advantage due to the information overload. Really, it isn’t your fault. A common behavior for over 96% of internet guys.

      Reply
    44. Queenlin

      Thanks Eric. Awesome post as usual. I have learnt more from your lessons than from any other Guru online. Thank you.

      Reply
    45. Mark

      Wow! Eric you sure you didn’t just make up some of these website names. You got names i never knew existed. Appreciate your sharing though.

      Thanks,

      Mark

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    46. AKS

      Thanks Eric for the wonderful free traffic resources, they are plenty and most of them were unknown to me. It took me a lot of time to go through all them but its worth it šŸ™‚

      Reply

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