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Anyone recommend a traffic seller that can do UK traffic?

Sep 3rd, 2020
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  1. Anyone recommend a traffic seller that can do UK traffic?
  2. I was with Innoshow for six years but they've collapsed or something. No-one answering support queries and traffic dried up. I didn't realise just how difficult it would be to get a replacement firm!!
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  14. I've tried seven firms now (Babylon, Xpress, Spark, etc.) over the past few weeks all swearing they can provide thousands of unique UK ips with 2-page views and NOT FRAMED. One ended up stuffing my analytics referral section full of dozens of spammytrafficz.ru domain names.
  15. Any recommendations of firms you've used would be hugely welcome. I've got dozens of sites i need traffic to.
  16. Is it a blackhat site?
  17. Facebook and Adwords are the best sellers
  18. I thought the information provided, the question itself, the length of time i've been a member here, the forum the question was being asked, etc would each have allowed me the luxury of not having to list a bunch of basic details such as "i have heard of google and are aware that they show adverts on their search engine". It seems i was wrong. I'm not looking to pay $10 a click and Facebook is not a good place for advertising. I ran campaigns for health, finance, broadband, law firms and more on Facebook. The returns were simply abysmal for all even when you targetted to the most ridiculously narrow matches and huge chunks of traffic would never actually fully land making me think they were set up (especially on mobile devices) to have people "accidentally" click ads which they then click back immediately.
  19. Anyway, yes. As i've clearly listed a bunch of black hat traffic providers, i would not be interested in Facebook or Adwords. I'm not sure if you were just being all witty to give yourself a chuckle. Maybe your humour was just so tremendous that it went right over my idiotic head and i just ended up thinking you were a twit.
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  21. I thought the information provided, the question itself, the length of time i've been a member here, the forum the question was being asked, etc would each have allowed me the luxury of not having to list a bunch of basic details such as "i have heard of google and are aware that they show adverts on their search engine". It seems i was wrong. I'm not looking to pay $10 a click and Facebook is not a good place for advertising. I ran campaigns for health, finance, broadband, law firms and more on Facebook. The returns were simply abysmal for all even when you targetted to the most ridiculously narrow matches and huge chunks of traffic would never actually fully land making me think they were set up (especially on mobile devices) to have people "accidentally" click ads which they then click back immediately.
  22. Anyway, yes. As i've clearly listed a bunch of black hat traffic providers, i would not be interested in Facebook or Adwords. I'm not sure if you were just being all witty to give yourself a chuckle. Maybe your humour was just so tremendous that it went right over my idiotic head and i just ended up thinking you were a twit.
  23. were you ever able to find a solution?
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  25. If it's for blackhat sites, just use popup networks. Or else try native ad networks.
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