Just a quick heads up I promised to tell my E- mail subscribers when I
myself buy something that is really helpful:) but I thought I would share it with my blog readers as well:)
I just picked up a product called Traffic Aid By Jonathan Heusman and it is a very very useful tool
for traffic generation.
It finds all the top blogs, forums, guest books, social
bookmarking, directories, etc…
For you to comment on for some easy Google proof traffic:)
Some Quick Facts About The Traffic Aid Software
Created by 3 seo experts Simon Greenhalgh, Andy Black, and Jonathan Heusman.
This software is actually an anti – seo software that gets traffic legitimately by finding relevant sites based on the keywords that you specify in the search box and it then pulls up a bunch of results then you go in and comment on that blog post, forum post, guest book, social bookmarking site, etc… etc…. A huge. huge, timesaver and an extremely helpful tool that you can use for years to come.
This software is not a WordPress plugin which is a huge bonus to
me since I already have to many running at the time and it is
Traffic Aid runs on PC / MAC so it will not clog up your WordPress blog it’s a standalone software that you can bookmark right to your desktop and launch it in a few seconds where as the name states Traffic Aid will assist you in driving quality web traffic to wherever you want without pulling your hair out worrying about Googles next Algorithm update.
Traffic Aid is a huge time saver that can bring you boatloads of traffic if you
actively use it at least a little bit every day.
Comment on 5 to ten high traffic blogs a day for example and get the benefits of a double wammy quick nice backlinks which will improve your sites organic seo ranking and a ton of referral traffic from your comments.
well anyways I like it a lot and I thought it may help you so I am
going to leave the link below and let you decide if you feel the
Watch the video below:)
Let me hear your reviews of Traffic Aid Below. Do you find it as useful as I do for your internet marketing campaigns?