Welcome to the Traffic Empires Review post from Kieran Gill. Click below for:-
Traffic Empires Overview
Traffic Empires is a brand new course created by Kieran G & Richard Mantle to show people how to drive a lot of traffic to their websites and in turn make money.
This course uses some underground techniques that most people don’t know about. I will give you the complete guide to Traffic Empires below.
This is the members area where you can get access to all the video training and PDF documents. There is also an easy to access support section where you can ask the guys any questions.
Traffic Empires In Depth Review
Traffic Empires will show you exactly how to drive large amounts of traffic using paid adverts on four hugely popular websites:-
- SU DISCOVERY
- Plenty Of Fish
The training area within Traffic Empires shows you how to utilize these networks by sending targeted traffic. You will be able to watch over the shoulder videos of how to set up campaigns as well as a quick start guide.
This method of driving traffic to your site has been seen before with sites such as Facebook, but we also know it makes a lot of money for some people. A bit of a downside is that you will need a small investment to drive traffic to your money sites. That being said once it is all setup and making money it can be pretty much left on autopilot.
Digg is a social media networking site that allows its users to submit content to be voted on as being great or terrible. The more votes or Diggs a story gets, the more popular it becomes. In the following article we shall be discussing three unique tips to help you drive targeted traffic to your site or blog using Digg.
If you really want to start getting traffic from Digg you need to understand how the site really works. If you’re not yet familiar with social voting systems or how they play into the Digg system, you won’t get much traffic from this particular portal. When you’re getting started on Traffic Empires, you need to spend some time submitting general web content that you find as you surf. This will give you a feel as to what kind of content gets attention and how you can leverage this for your own site. Once you’ve figured out how Digg works you will feel a lot better about submitting your own content to your site and getting it visible on the front page. Remember, Digg is after all a social community, which means you’ll have to impress the users if you want them to Digg your content. Pay attention to comments left on content that you have submitted to your system. It is important that you are active on Digg if you want to build traffic, the more active you are in the network the better a relationship you can build with other users. In the long run this is going to help you because Digg users are known for pushing content that is posted by users they know and like. Give and take is the name of the game. If you give them the attention they crave and participate in their community they’ll reward you with Diggs that push your content up the rankings in the system.
Last but not the least; don’t do the mistake of digging your own posts because submitting too much of your own content can get you penalized by Digg. If you want to make it to the front page with things you have created yourself, you should have someone else submit your content for you and then you can Digg it. This probably sounds like a simple thing to do but if you overdo it, you could send bad signals to Digg you could lose your own game instead of winning it.
In summary, this article clearly shows you a few of the things that you can do to make a huge difference in your efforts to win over Digg. If you’re just starting out on the site and have never worked with social media sites before, you’ll have to go through a learning curve. Soon you will see, however, that your Traffic Empires hard work can pay off and you will get lots of traffic from Digg.