How to Get a Flood of Targeted Traffic

Traffic GrabIf you’ve been around Internet Marketing for any length of time, you’ll know that your sites live and die by the amount and the quality of the traffic that comes to them.  You can have the greatest site in the world, but if you’re not getting any visitors then you won’t make any money!  It doesn’t matter whether you’re promoting your own products and services, building sites for advertising revenue, or promoting affiliate products – traffic is essential to your continued success.

This is also the area of Internet Marketing where most people seem to struggle when they first start out.  We’ve all heard the gurus telling us just to make a product then wait for our affiliates to get traffic for us and this is valid information to a certain extent, but for my own business, I don’t want to be sitting around waiting for other people to bring me traffic – they might never get round to it!

On my quest for learning as much as I can about traffic generation, I came across James Schramko’s Traffic Grab training.  This is a collection of training material that explains exactly how he generates traffic for his multi-million dollar Internet Marketing business.  It’s the same training that James gives to his team to train them on his traffic generation strategies and is extremely comprehensive!

Traffic Generation StrategiesThe training revolves around James’ famous “Spaghetti Bowl” diagram where every part of his traffic strategy is mapped out.  Through a series of videos, James then walks through each element of the spaghetti bowl to explain how all the parts link together. 

I’ve gone through the majority of it already and I have to say that prior to studying this course, I thought I understood traffic generation strategies.  I now realise that I’d only scratched the surface of what’s possible and am working hard to expand my own traffic generation strategies to incorporate everything that I’ve learned from Traffic Grab.  I’ll post back in a few months to share my results!

Now, Traffic Grab isn’t perfect.  It’s written as a “what-to” guide which explains in detail what to do in order to generate a flood of traffic, but James openly states that he assumes a certain level of technical knowledge so that he can skip some of the “how-to” elements.  This shouldn’t be a problem for most of us, however if it is, this is where my main gripe comes in, which is this: there’s no direct support for Traffic Grab!  James offers support via his paid membership community and to be fair, he gives you 30 days access for free whilst you implement your traffic strategy but it’ll cost you a monthly fee to carry on after this.  I’m not a fan of forced continuity so I’m reluctant to sign up just to get support for Traffic Grab,  Now, it is almost certainly great value in it’s own right – I’m only unhappy with the way that I’m being pushed with no discussion of additional value.

The other issue is that many of the tools that James uses are paid tools.  If you use them all, you’ll be facing a considerable monthly bill which you’ll need to cover with your Internet Business income.  This shouldn’t stop you from buying Traffic Grab – after all, there are manual options described for each step – however you’ll be wanting to opt for the “paid-for” tools as soon as you can afford them

All in all, this has been a great investment for my business and one that will serve me well for quite some time.  I would encourage you to check it out by clicking on the link below and if you buy through my link, simply get in touch via the Contact Me page on this site and I’ll throw in an hour’s coaching on Skype to help you make the most of it.  You’d normally have to pay $197 for this which is more than double the cost of Traffic Grab!

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About The Author

John

John is a Senior Solutions Engineer for a U.S. IT company, specialising in Software Defined IT Infrastructure. He has an extensive background in IT and spends way too much time sitting at his PC's, making videos for himself and other Internet marketers and dreaming of spending more time boating. He's also passionate about Jesus.

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