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We all know that a lot of people will judge a website based on it's Alexa ranking alone. If you were shopping online would you rather buy from a company with a ranking of 5,000 on Alexa.com or from a company with a ranking of 500,000? Of course you would pick the company with the higher Alexa ranking because it appears that they receive a lot more traffic. There are skeptics that say Alexa rankings are overrated and meaningless, whatever the case may be I rather have a higher rank than an extremely low one.

 

Now I'm going to tell you about some free programs that will drive traffic to your site and increase your Alexa ranking, and possibly even make a few sales or sign-ups. These programs are called Autosurfs or sometimes called Traffic Exchanges. At this point some of you are probably scratching your head wondering what in the world are Autosurfs. Well continue reading and I will tell you.

 

First off I am not talking about "Paid Autosurfs" or "Autosurf HYIPS" (High Yield Investment Plans) for these programs are just cleverly disguised Ponzi schemes (Which are illegal!). These programs I'm about to tell you about are totally free. Autosurfs or Traffic Exchanges are programs in which you in essence trade traffic with other members. After signing up and setting up your account you can run the Autosurf script and it will automatically rotate through other members sites on a timer. For every website you view you'll earn credits towards page views for your own websites.

 

I have tried countless of Autosurfs and Exchanges and these that I'm about to share with you are the best of the best. Other programs that I have tried simply do not have enough active members to properly use up accumulated credits, thus useless. These programs that I am about to tell you about have thousands of members and credits are used up almost instantly.

 

Not so long ago I used to use a popular Alexa Autosurf called AlexaSurf.com. Using this program I was able to achieve a daily Alexa rank of around 35,000. The sad thing is that for whatever reason the administrator suddenly stopped approving new sites and updates and the site has gone dead. But there are still two alternatives to AlexaSurf.com!

 

These first two I'm about to tell you about, like AlexaSurf.com are themed around Alexa and encourage their members to use the Alexa Toolbar to increase everyone's Alexa rank. For the most part I would assume that most members do use the Alexa Toolbar considering these are sites that are not purely Autosurfs and members of these sites would already be running the Alexa Toolbar because they would already be interested in increasing their Alexa rank.

 

 

AlexaToday.com is a new Autosurf program that I recently came across, I haven't had much experience with it, but this program seems very promising.

 

AlexaBooster.com is a very excellent program with lots of members, even though I think Alexa boosting software like AlexaBooster are a load of crock, but their Autosurf program works wonders.

 

There are many other Autosurf programs out there, but two notable programs that I have to tell you about don't state that they necessarily boost your Alexa rankings, but I'm pretty sure they probably do.

 

BraStart.com is an extremely excellent program not only does it offer Autosurf, but it offers manual surf were you have to manually click to the next website, but you get 10 times worth the credits. 63,000 members can't be wrong!

 

AutoHits.dk is by far one of the better Autosurfs on the net. It was one of the first, and still one of the best. Boasting thousands of members with over a million member page views per week.

 

Using these programs I have successfully averaged a daily Alexa rank of around 95,000 although I have to admit I only Autosurf a couple of hours a day. If I would use it 24/7 or maybe even less I would expect my results to be much better. Check out these programs for yourself and watch your Alexa rank grow! Not to mention within a couple of weeks my Google Page Rank for the homepage for my website has went from 0 to 5!

 

Richard Luna

admin@megapixelblocks.com

MegaPixelBlocks.com - FREE Pixel Advertising

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We all know that a lot of people will judge a website based on it's Alexa ranking alone.[/color'] If you were shopping online would you rather buy from a company with a ranking of 5,000 on Alexa.com or from a company with a ranking of 500,000? Of course you would pick the company with the higher Alexa ranking because it appears that they receive a lot more traffic. There are skeptics that say Alexa rankings are overrated and meaningless, whatever the case may be I rather have a higher rank than an extremely low one.

 

I'm not so sure that people judge a website based on it's Alexa ranking alone.:confused:

 

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Who judges a site based on Alexa?

 

Unless your playing around on Alexadex... it's pretty much a useless feature IMO (and the opinion of the SEO world ;) )

 

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NeO

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I registered with AutoHits.dk (autosurf) earlier today and have seen my hits rocket from around 20 a day to 192 thus far today!

 

I cant believe it. I am wondering if the system of autosurf really can fool the search engines into giving you a high page ranking. I have Analytics and Adsense and both of these may spot what I am up to especially as the increased hits will not be reflected in the adsense strike rate.

 

I have plenty of Directory links now and autosurf may just save me months and months of trying to increase my hits. If Autosurfing is really that good why does anybody bother with adwords?

 

Is this really as great as it looks? I dont want to get blacklisted by google.

 

Jasper.

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That is all you are getting in those programs, hits.

No real live people clicking to your site to check it out.

 

Drawback to those....google adsense will disable your account if you use these systems.

 

Best bet if you want to use auto surfs is to create a splash page.

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Best bet is don't use them period... IMO

 

when you try and "cheat the system" you eventually get caught and will be penalized...

 

for example as Joe said... your not actually getting "real people" to the site... so your getting a "hit" - how does the Google algorithm look at that? a hit? an auto surf program? how does that play into the part of the algorithm that rates the value of your site by (user time spent on site)?

 

to me it means that you have nothing of value on your site because all of your visits / hits will be in the 0-30second category... Now if you have a good site, peoples time on site will be much larger and the algorithms will see this and treat your site accordingly ;)

 

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NeO

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Thanks lads.

 

It has been amazing in the last few days. My hits are obviously up around 400% but also the length of time people stay on my site - up from 1.23 to over 5 mins. At least five people a day spend over 30mins there now. Even my referals are up on normal perhaps some of the autosurfs are coming back.

 

I cant help think that autosurfs are a good idea but I have today created a splash page with links to all my pages as suggested.

 

Thanks for your help.

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I have started the manual surfs and they are even better. The average length of time spent on my site has increased by 300% in just a week. My hits are obviously well up at around 500% with the genuine hits also up 10% on the week. The number of visitors spending 30mins plus on my site last week was 72; compared with just 2 the week before.

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My suggestion is to simply put a link on your website to Alexa toolbar, if you want to improve your Alexa ranking. I put a link to Alex on the website blog I'm running and I think that helped. By doing so, you end up increasing the percent of your users who use Alexa, and therefore your rank. It is not unethical, and I HIGHLY doubt Alexa would every look down on doing it.

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My suggestion is to simply put a link on your website to Alexa toolbar, if you want to improve your Alexa ranking. I put a link to Alex on the website blog I'm running and I think that helped. By doing so, you end up increasing the percent of your users who use Alexa, and therefore your rank. It is not unethical, and I HIGHLY doubt Alexa would every look down on doing it.

 

Does this really work? Where can I see your link to Alexa? URL please

 

I know a lot of members dont worry about Alexa rankings, but every little helps.

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Just looking around on threads I have not been on or posted on. The original owner has never come back. Would this thread be classified as spam? Or is it an informative one?

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Do the links that are posted hold any benefit for TWT? If not would it not be wise to make those link not work?

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As I have limited understanding of SEO I didn't really follow all of this. If you do not use adsense are there any other adverse impacts with Google if you use these autosurf programmes? And given that it is the Alexa ranking they are manipulating, why doesn't Alexa do anything to counter them? And (finally), what is a splash page?

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After Brian and Yourweb's comments I decided to copyscape the original article... which is the single post the same guy made at several forums w/ referral links... so I just pulled those ;)

 

NeO

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