The $1,000 Traffic Challenge!

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You need traffic to survive online…  Your site without traffic equals a mall without any customers.  The stores will simply go out of business because no one goes inside!


Enter the traffic challenge…


Alex Jeffreys just started a competition for his students.  The winner will receive $1,000 cash.  Talk about motivation!


The winner is the student who drives the most traffic to their blog in two weeks.


So, my next few blog posts will talk about traffic.  I will discuss what I do to drive traffic to this blog.


How will I get this traffic? 


Here’s a small sample of what I intend to use:


     Article directories

     Classified ads

     Traffic exchanges


     Social bookmarking sites

     Social networking sites


This new site has attracted a minimal amount of traffic so far (just other Alex Jeffreys students), but over the next few days I will use the sources above to start driving traffic to it.


I will tell you exactly what I did and how it worked out for me.


Stay tuned…

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7 Responses to “The $1,000 Traffic Challenge!”
  1. JT Martin Says:

    Hi Paul,

    Looks like you have a good game plan in mind. I have some of the same things in mind. I prefer the Web 2.0 strategies and JV Giveaway events.

    This is the time of the year for giveaways and the subscribers are starting to roll in. I have 50 new subscribers in the last 2 days.

    I now have them in my auto responder where I can urge them to visit my blog. I have also created a page that lists all of the JV Giveaways that are coming up. The link is on my blog.

    Good luck with the traffic contest


    PS - your on my blog roll now.

  2. admin Says:

    Congratulations on the subscribers JT. I know that there is only one direction for the both of us. Straight to the top!

  3. Gary SIMPSON Says:

    Hi Paul,

    Welcome. I dont think we have met before.

    Paul, I’d seriously think about getting rid of that damn security code below. No-one else has one and they are a real PAIN! People see them, can’t be bothered and just move on.

    If you are planning ANYTHING then you are gonna want my “Time in Motion” ACTION Planner. It is FREE (best price) and you can get it right NOW just by landing on my home page at Gary-Land.


    Gary SIMPSON

  4. admin Says:

    Thank you for the advice Gary. I choose to use the security code to make sure that a “real person” leaves the comment and not just some marketing robot. A ton of great blogs that I have visited use them too.

    If someone wants to comment they will type it in!

  5. Norman Pascoe Says:

    Hi Paul found another one, taking ages to find the guya and gals of the 500.

    Have you popped over and registered on the forum I put up yet
    Alex has now joined. is the URL

    Hope you will be able to find a really tedchie sy]student there who understands under the bonnet .php and .css better than I

    Happy New Year

  6. Norman Pascoe Says:

    disregard thje comments re php code etc I am getting opunch drunk and that was the topic of the last blog I looked at aaargh

    Norman —- just failed forward again!

  7. Ross Says:

    Saw you mentioned Alex Jeffreys in your post. Im looking for his coaching students. Email me back if youre in the group. Thanks, Ross The Boss

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