5,000 Alexa Visitors
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25,000 State Targeted Visitors
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20,000 State Targeted Visitors
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10,000 State Targeted Visitors
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15,000 State Targeted Visitors
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Where do the visitors come from?
Our visitors are provided through our rotator system which uses full-screen pop-under campaigns, where your page is loaded when someone visits one of our partners sites. When they close that browser window, they see a full page of yours.
However, unlike the typically annoying pop-up windows, our HITS technology enables the window to load behind the current page, which is far less obtrusive. The visitor can still surf the original site without interruption, viewing the HIT-generated site after minimizing or closing the current window, or by clicking on the task bar.
In addition, the HIT page is much more likely to fully load (unlike many pop-ups which are closed immediately). Because of this fact, as well as its unobtrusive nature, this form of interstitial is more effective at generating sales and registrations than traditional pop-ups or exits.
How fast will I get my visitors?
All submissions are manually reviewed for content and ad guidelines before being entered into the system and queued. Assuming there are no problems with the submitted page, you can expect to start receiving traffic in about 1 to 2 business days (depending on current volume levels).
Can I promote any type of website?
We do not allow adult content websites and your site must be legal. And your site should not contain harmful software's, such as Virus, trojans, worms. Also we will not send traffic to sites which promote hate, violence or illegal activities.
How do I know this is quality traffic?
Each of the more than 4,000 sites in our network is individually reviewed for quality content and professionalism before they are eligible for acceptance. They range from small-medium size sites to very large sites with significant amounts of existing traffic.
What is meant by "unique" visitor?
A unique visitor is an actual person visiting your web site. This is usually based on a 24 hour time period. So if a person visits your site, leaves and comes back one hour later, this would still count as just one unique visitor.
Do you offer country targeted advertising?
Yes, our unlimited traffic is worldwide, but from English speaking countries only. Our targeted campaigns are category and country targeted.
Can I divide the
traffic between 2 or more websites?
No, at these low prices we can only allow one url per order.
Do you guarantee sales or sign ups on my site?
No! We will get your site in front of the numbers of visitors that you ordered, BUT UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES DO WE GUARANTEE THAT THEY WILL BUY OR SIGN UP FOR ANYTHING. A good thing to know is that using our services gives your site EXPOSURE. Results can always come in a later time, as a lot of visitors save the site information they visited in there favorites.
How come your stats
and my third party stats tracker do not match?
Google and other third party url tracking companies uses proprietary
software to eliminate third party viewers in there statistics.
When using cookies to track visits it is not uncommon to see big
differences, for all the viewers who have cookies disabled or decline
accepting them. It is important to remember that tracking stats
by cookies is not and will never be 100%. Also, many viewers simply jump
on a page and then off too quickly, for it to register an impression.
account for up to 60%. Additionally, if Google Analytical senses that a
particular segment of traffic is coming from behind a proxy server (like
AOL) it will throw out all of the location data. I also think that the
speed of the google code is an issue, frequently the pages will be loaded
and still waiting for analytics to catch up as visitors browse on and the
visit vanishes into the ether, the visit needs recording as it is
requested, and third party sites can not be depended on to do this, not
To understand the problems arising with tracking of using third party
scripts here is a link how other people experiences
about Google analytics: