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Monday, July 18, 2005

How to avoid pop-ups and audio files on Traffic Roundup

TrafficRoundup makes it easy to avoid pop-ups, audio files, and frame-breaker site while surfing for credits.

If you don't want to be bothered with annoying websites while surfing for TrafficRoundup credits, here is what you need to do

Log into your TrafficRoundup account and scroll to the bottom of the page, select to only view the pre-screened sites, then save the changes.

Sites are prescreened and those that contain pop-ups, audio files (sound) or are rotators are flagged and not shown to members that do not wish to see these.

If you choose this and do come across an annoying site, just use the 'report' feature (in the surf bar) to report it and it will be removed fromthe prescreened sites.

NOTE: if the site you are promoting has audio files, a pop-up, or is a rotator, it will not be seen by some TrafficRoundup members.

Monday, July 11, 2005

Surf Traffic Roundup 10% Faster

TrafficRoundup Member Update - July 11, 2005

This is just a quick reminder that TrafficRoundup is still
a great place to promote your business. I haven't been
sending many messages this year but I am working hard behind
the scenes to keep TrafficRoundup operating as a top rated
traffic exchange.

In an effort to move traffic a little quicker I have reduced
the timer by 10%. I will be monitoring activity closely before
deciding if this should be a permanent feature.

If your website does not load quickly you might want to replace
it with one that does.

Remember, when using traffic exchanges you only have a few
seconds to get the user's attention. Things that will help
your webpage get noticed:

- something new that the user hasn't see a hundred times.
- an attention grabbing headline.
- an eye-catching graphic or overall design.

Use your imagination and try to create a winning web site.
If you have never made a webpage, why not? There are many
great resources available where you can learn to do it
yourself (or ask a friend to help). There is really no excuse
for just promoting the same old affiliate page that everyone
else is using.

Thank you for your continued support.

Stephen Ayer

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

No more advertising credits for sale

First, Thank you to everyone that has bought TrafficRoundup advertising credits recently. Strong sales have outpaced surfing and resulted in an excess of credits waiting to be used.

To fix this situation I have suspended credit sales for a few days. Sales will resume once the inventory (backlog of credits) is reduced.

You can help by spending more time surfing TrafficRoundup.