“A promise is a cloud; fulfillment is rain. “
~ Arabian Proverb
Getting started was the topic of the Sunday conference.
What do you see happening in the Traffic Exchanges that turns you off or maybe what you see is a good thing?
In checking The Traffic Exchange [TE], Industry, the promise of cash fills the greed concept if you join and surf. Not so bad if the real value is teaching people to take pride in what they join and take that pride the next step and promote the TEs.
One positive note was a certain ad is inspiring a member to make better pages, they are turned off so badly by that one. Probably not exactly what the designer of that page had in mind.
The gauntlet runs from finger in your face to telling viewers they are stupid if they do not join xyz. The good side of relationship building kind of flies out the window when this kind of highly questionable advertising is thought to be attractive.
How does your income in vs income out relate to profit?
The topic of budget – do you have one? Created a stir that will have some TE owners shaking their heads if they do not watch out. Passing the value on of cash first is causing subscribers to take a second look at what their upgrades are earning them.
The nickel and diming pissing pot seems to be alive and well but now it has upped the ante into the dollar range.
The question remains. Are the hungry seekers of this sort of offer alive and well? Are they continuously active in the TE that offers this sort of tickler? Or are the owners forever looking for new blood to keep their TE alive when the pissing pot offers take a break?
Traffic Exchange Advertising
Traffic Exchange are and will remain a great advertising medium. And TE owners who stick the course, do not get sucked in with the dollar first for intelligent marketing, will win the day.
Unfortunately, a few good TEs will go the way of the dinosaur because it is expensive to run a TE that brings in NO income but is forever paying operating costs then trying to match the greed factor without a stable income to offset their actions.
What about the gimme crowd who seek out these cash cow TEs?
Are they the kind of marketer a TE owner needs to help continue to build a good business?
It is a question whose answer will survive to haunt the unfortunate. What do you think?
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