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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

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Friday, January 27, 2006

See what they are saying about TrafficRoundup

Read these reviews of TrafficRoundup and find out why it has been a favorite free visitor exchange for over four years.

note: this post will be expanded over the next few days

Warren Contreras - Hot Traffic Exchange

Traffic Roundup is one of the top traffic exchanges out there, and is here to stay. There's no reason for your sites not to be seenEd's Online Marketing - Ed Tyner

Pat Marcello's Blog

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Great real credits

Brian's Cognigen Blog

Harvey Akeson's Blog


This is one of the best Traffic Exchanges I use. I would recommend you use them if you want real traffic to your site. - Doug Grady

This is an easy site to surf. You can elect to not view any sites that have pop-ups... Very Nice.

A perennial favorite. Always great at delivering the traffic. Has a 2:1 exchange ratio and a fun extra credit game.

One of my favorite methods of free advertising is traffic exchanges. To get you started learning what these are, take a look at one of the best traffic exchanges around, Traffic Roundup. It's listed in the Top Ranked Hit Exchanges by, and #6 in the latest Top Ten Exchanges in Hit Exchange News (Jan. 26th, 2006).
------------------------ has really worked well to promote my website. Because of its ease of use and its popularity, my website now ranks higher than ever in the search engines. If you have a website and would like to have the public find it, then you NEED ! ***** Diana

This is one of my favorite manual traffic exchances. Do you need traffic to your website? This is the place to go to get it! - Janice!

If you are into manual surfing, you know what I mean, where you get real traffic to your site, please take a moment to check out TrafficRoundup.

This is the best site for traffic it's so easy to use and the people are so friendly too...Steve Hall

TrafficRoundup is a tried and true traffic exchange run by Stephen Ayer.

Can I Bribe You?

I would like to give you 200 TrafficRoundup advertising credits. You will receive 200 free visitors to your website.

All you have to do to get the 200 free credits is post a positive review of (or testimonial for) on your blog or website.

After posting your article, review or testimonial, just email me (Stephen Ayer) at to tell me where the review is located. Oh yeah, tell me your TrafficRoundup username too.

I will add the credits (200) to your TR account and I will post a link to your site or blog from my blog.

In your article (review or testimonial) make sure you put a link to YOUR TrafficRoundup referral (affiliate) URL. If someone joins TrafficRoundup from your site, I want YOU to earn the referral credits and any commissions.

NOTE: This offer expires on Feburay 15, 2006 and is limited to one per member.

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Build your list with TrafficRoundup

You have heard it before, you know you need to build a "list" if you want to be successful with Internet Marketing. Do you have a list? Would you like a bigger list?

Did you know that traffic exchanges like TrafficRoundup are great tools to build that list?

Traffic exchanges are full of potential new subscribers to your newsletter or mailing list. But how do you get people to willingly join your list? Easy. Offer them some useful information or a free gift for subscribing. Make a splash page (or squeeze page) that offers the free info, or product with a subscribe box. The subscribe box needs to be connected to your autoresponder.

Once someone has subscribed to your list, you can send them useful information and let them know how your product or service can help them.

Monday, January 09, 2006

Persistence and the Traffic Exchange Survivor

Perhaps the number one reason that most Internet marketers are not as successfully as they would like to be, is a lack of persistence.

I have been running Traffic Roundup, an Internet adverting service, for over four years and have observed many people try to earn money from traffic exchanges. Many do not meet with much success, while others are highly successful. What is it that separates the two?

I think the number one reason for success is PERSISTENCE. The persistent marketer does not give up because an advertising campaign fails. He/she does not quit after "wasting" $25 purchasing traffic exchange credits only to realize that the campaign did not lead to instant riches.

The persistent marketer, tests different things, fine tunes the advertising, and learns from mistakes.

There have been many traffic exchange refugees that tried and gave up because they didn't see instant results. They are the ones you find in forums whining "traffic exchanges don't work". What they are really saying is, "I don't know how to use a traffic exchange and I refuse to learn."

The traffic exchange survivor is the marketer that continually tests, and is determined to understand how to get the most from a traffic exchange. The survivor is determined to make it work, and is rewarded for being persistent.

Are you going to be a traffic exchange survivor?

Do you have the desire to succeed?

It is up to you. All it takes is your desire to be successful. If you truly want something bad enough you will find a way to get it. Your persistence will be rewarded, just as a lack of persistence will eventually lead to failure.

Stephen Ayer

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Happy New Year from TrafficRoundup!

I hope everyone had a great Holiday Season.
It was quite busy around my house, but now the kids
are back in school and I can get back to TrafficRoundup.

TrafficRoundup had a great year in 2005 and 2006
should be even better. I plan to continue improving
the system and working hard to increase the number of
ACTIVE members.

Don't forget to keep your account active by surfing for
credits. Unless you are a PRO member, you need to surf
50 times to be eligible for referral credits and
commissions. Of course you need active referrals as well.

I want 2006 to be your best year yet for your online
business. I hope TrafficRoundup will help you reach your

Wishing you the best in 2006.
Stephen Ayer
TrafficRoundup Owner/Admin