5 Things You Should Consider Before Buying Traffic For Your Website

Buying Traffic For Your Website

5 Things You Should Consider Before Buying Traffic For Your Website

There are certain things to keep in mind before buying traffic for your website. There are many benefits that come from it but it’s important to know how to do it right. Website traffic is the lifeblood of any website – what’s the point of having a website if the only person who knows about it is you? It is, however, vital that you do some research before you spend your hard-earned cash.

Below is a list of 5 things we believe are important to consider before buying website traffic. 

1. Why do you need to buy website traffic in the first place?

The most obvious reason is to have more visitors (duh!). But what would you like to achieve by increasing traffic for your website? Are you simply boosting the statistics or maybe you want more sales? Are you looking for people who will click your ads or maybe improving SEO or Alexa ranking is your goal? This is an important question to answer BEFORE you pay, as different goals require different types of traffic. You can read more about reasons to increase website traffic HERE. Setting a specific goal will help you save money and, ultimately, reach your desired outcome faster. 

2. Make sure that your website is ready for it.

You should plan ahead based on your goals. If you are starting with a brand new website it may not be able to handle a large volume of visitors straight away. Will your hosting withstand a sudden flood of thousands of visitors per hour? Will Google be happy when your Adsense-enabled website suddenly shows a 1000% spike in daily visits? You should consider the circumstances. For Ad-enabled websites, it’s always advised to increase website visitors gradually. Even if you buy Adsense-safe traffic (meaning: real and non-incentivised), your precious Adsense account could still be at risk if you approach it without thinking it through. Nobody (apart from robed Wizards at Google) knows Google’s algorithms but what we do know – is that the big “G” doesn’t like things that look unnatural. You can read more about Adsense-safe traffic HERE

3. How much should you spend on traffic?

Traffic comes in many forms and the quality can vary greatly between them. The price, however, doesn’t always reflect the quality. You could be spending a lot of money on traffic that turns out to mostly consist of bots, while you could also get high-quality website visitors for the same price if you look around for a little longer. Every website traffic provider will promise you that their traffic is best but many of them can’t deliver on those promises. You should always start with a smaller package to see if that particular traffic type is what you need and matches the description you read on the website. In general – if you can buy 5000 real visitors for $10-$20 there is a chance that they may be of good quality. And if they aren’t – you won’t risk much. 

4. Where should you buy website traffic?

Every traffic reseller will claim that they are the best one – that’s natural. And it’s up to you to weed out those, who only tell you what you want to hear from those who can actually deliver. Don’t be afraid to ask questions! Contact the reseller you are interested in and talk to them. Ask them questions – ask them about everything you want to know. This will help you in many ways: you will see if they are responsive, knowledgeable and if these are the people you would enjoy dealing with. Buying website traffic is often something that you may want to be doing for a quite while. Make sure that you are happy with the service and the people who provide it. It is them, who you’ll be dealing with if you need assistance with your traffic campaigns in the future. There could also be another, direct, benefit from reaching out to your potential future traffic provider: always ask for a discount code for your first purchase. It may be worth it! 😉

5. Try it before you buy it!

There is no better way to verify all of the marketing blah, blah, blah listed on most websites, than testing the service yourself. Check out the website and see if they offer a free trial. And if they don’t – don’t be afraid to ask for one! Sending you a free hundred visitors for free is something they should be happy with if they believe that what you get will convince you to buy later. A free trial is the best way to verify a website traffic provider – you get to taste the service and can analyse it at your end, using your own Google Analytics or other tools of your choice. 

Buying website traffic can be a fun experience if you keep all of the above in mind. Think about what you want to achieve, don’t be afraid to ask questions before you buy and you should be fine.

Remember – if you need any further information about website traffic or need advice on what to select for your website – drop Traffic-Fans.com a line at support@traffic-fans.com or via the on-site chat. Happy website traffic shopping! 🙂

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