Trafficswarm – a failure

I heard a lot about this site. So I registered and thought of giving it a try. Basically it is another site which helps you to build traffic for your blog or website. You need to surf for whatever time you want. Earn credits for what you have surfed. Usually you get to click some links and every click gives different amount of credits.

It varies from 1 to 1000 they say. So far the highest I got was 5 credits. The concept is very simple. The credits you earn are redeemed towards ads for your site. For every display of ad 1 credit gets deducted. There are types of ads you can configure. Some type of ads are bigger and get you noticed but cost more credits.

The thing I didn’t like was the credit deduction. It gets deducted for display. So you are never sure of a click. And that means you are not sure of traffic. That’s a big minus. I sign and do task in order to get sure shot traffic. Like Linkreferral, I do task I get traffic. I don’t do I don’t get. So far I hardly got any hits from trafficswarm. I was expecting it to be as good as Linkreferral. But it’s nowhere near to it.

It has a lottery feature by which you can get thousands of credits in just a day. There is credit cap by which you can limit the amount of credits to spare for the site in a day. You get one credit every time you visit your custom homepage. It is limited to 30 per day. Overall you can click 250 sites maximum. But these feature will need more time.

I’m reviewing after fifteen days. That’s quiet a bit of time to get results. And for me the results were poor. So I’m dumping the trafficswarm from today. I may get back to this if I find some trick to tackle credits. If you have any sites which will give sure traffic like Linkreferral then do suggest. I’ll try and make a review about that.

Think Nonsense…

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2 Comments

  1. Posted June 25, 2008 at 4:31 am | Permalink

    The problem I have with traffic exchanges is, yes, you’re getting tons of traffic, but is that traffic getting you sales and or sign ups related to your website. How many actual sales/sign ups are actually generated via traffic exchanges?

  2. Posted June 25, 2008 at 7:37 am | Permalink

    The thing I can be sure of Linkreferral is that traffic is real. I got some subscribers also. But Trafficswarm was failure. :( I got a comment from one person that my information is inaccurate above. I have asked him about that and I’m waiting for him to reply again. :angel: So try Linkreferral and complete daily tasks. You’ll surely get results. :D

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