How to Get Free Website Traffic Now


Internet marketers who are selling affiliate products or their own services can bring lots of daily targeted traffic to their website with Safelists. A safelist or mailer is a membership site where everyone has accepted to receive promotional emails from other marketers in order to send their emails to the others. This is how you can get free website traffic now.

If you don’t know anything about Safelists, I recommend that you read my detailed tutorial: SafeList Tutorial for Grannies and Dummies

Now, I do not want to detail the whole process in this post, but show you it is possible, if you are in the Internet marketing niche, to get free website traffic now.

Can You Really Get Free Website Traffic Now?

I bet you can. The first thing is to earn some credits from the Safellists you have joined in order to be able to send your email to the group, get website visitors, leads and sales.

These are some of the credits you can earn:

The credits can be earned in a very short time doing something else at the same time… if you earn 1,000 credits, you can send your email to 1,000 individuals in the Safelist. And you can even win the right to email 20,000 members in one click!

And this is the kind of traffic you get:

The traffic is at its maximum the first 24 hours you sent your email then dies slowly for 3-4 days. If you email the same link everyday the traffic can stay constant.

Will you get leads and sales with this free web traffic method?

Yes, you will.

The traffic is pretty much the same for whatever you promote, but conversion into leads and sales varies depending on the product or opportunity. If a landing page doesn’t work, change it until you get a good level of leads.

Do not promote weight loss products or dog food on Safelists, it will not work!

Some people says that Safelists do not work and it is because they do not know how to use the method efficiently. They are missing out.


Michel Gerard

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