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Reply #105 - 1st Aug, 2022 at 11:42am
 
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Reply #106 - 4th Aug, 2022 at 2:37am
 
Traffic has tripled in one week. He has learned the secret of the PTP  Money

https://leadsleap.com/blog/leadsleap-traffic-co-op-after-1-week/?r=
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Reply #107 - 7th Aug, 2022 at 9:03pm
 
There is no secret. You'll get caught off-guard and fast if you don't check the traffic sources thoroughly.
Such "traffic tripling" over night smells like horse-Censored in my book, meaning it's likely fake so better investigate before it's too late.
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Reply #108 - 7th Aug, 2022 at 11:33pm
 
rotate4all.com wrote on 7th Aug, 2022 at 9:03pm:
There is no secret. You'll get caught off-guard and fast if you don't check the traffic sources thoroughly.
Such "traffic tripling" over night smells like horse-Censored in my book, meaning it's likely fake so better investigate before it's too late.


The co-op is brand new so they just gave their people more outlets to promote. They did have another issue because they weren't letting people send 'bulk traffic' which was traffic above a certain volume level. It didn't matter if the traffic was good traffic like something from PTCS or Neobux, they were just concerned with the volume. They errantly assumed volume = lower quality. If I sent 100 clicks per day from neobux, that was OK. If I sent 100K from Neo per day - which is easily doable - they considered that bulk traffic even though it was the same traffic. This was not logical and it stifled the amount of traffic they got. It's amazing how many PO's shoot themselves in the foot like that based on a false paradigm or belief system.

The co-op changed that rule. They accept any traffic to the co-op, analyze the quality, and pay relative to that. They should have done that from the start. So I think this is why the traffic has increased. I've gone from promoting only banners (because they weren't affected by the volume rule) to sending 400 page views per day via PTCS. I could start sending via Neo but I'm not sure how they will react to a flood of traffic. Usually, when you do that and become successful, the rules 'change'. So I will take it easy at this point and build up.

Gradualism always works best in these scenarios and I'll let the PO prove their integrity before I start spending my money in a big way.

I'm here to earn a profit with them, not for them.
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Reply #109 - Yesterday at 2:46am
 
I've entered the 'credit encashment' phase of my growth. Basically, if you can earn 50 credits per day from yourself or your referrals, you can cash these in. It starts at 10 cents per day. So I'm close to earning 10 cents every day which at this point will lower my monthly upgrade cost. I also have one upgraded downline who I assume has joined for the tools the site offers so it seems that person will be a long-term upgrade. With two upgrades your own is paid for.

If I can get my encashment up to 30 cents per day (150 credits, not a hard thing for me to do) then my upgrade and all that goes with it (random referrals, free credits, etc.) is paid for.

There is also a co-op payout once per week on Fridays. I haven't seen how lucrative that will be yet.

I might try some test marketing on Neo soon to see where this can go.

I'm very optimistic about this.
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