What is good traffic?

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That was a question I received recently.

It’s a regular occurrence to see people chatting about what’s good traffic and what’s bad traffic.

My opinion…

It’s all a bunch of crap.

There’s no such thing as good traffic and bad traffic. There’s just… traffic.

Take one source of traffic and send it to one lead page and it will work well, send it to another and it won’t work well.

One person’s bad traffic is another person’s good traffic.

So what’s the solution?

Test as many as possible, then use the ones that work best for you.

If you have a blog, then you’re off to a good start because you should always have a blog. It gives you a presence and builds your authority in your market.

However, there are a few tricks which you can use on your blog to generate revenue.

Don’t expect these things to make you a fortune overnight, they won’t. But they will, over time, start to generate traffic to affiliate (or your own) products and give you a nice boost in income.

A good friend of mine, Rob Cornish, has just released how he uses these tricks in his new product Evergreen Passive Income.

For the next 24 hours he’s frozen the price at just nine bucks.

Which is ridiculous, and about ten times less than the cost of anything I sell.

But hey, if he wants to literally give things away then that’s up to him.

All the videos have value and you should go through them, but you want to focus on what he’s doing in his traffic and the extra tactics videos. These are things that you can implement in a very short amount of time (like 15 minutes a month) and will start to generate you some nice extra passive income.

If you’re looking to get rich quick, then look somewhere else. In fact, you’re on the wrong mailing list and may want to scroll to the bottom and unsubscribe.

Otherwise check out the video Rob’s made, but do it before the price starts going up.



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