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    Hey Guys,

    Does anyone have some wisdom to enlighten me with:

    1. anyone know of a trusted, cheap yet reliable coding team who can help me tighten up my code on the pages of my site http://www.loopwise.com to make them more search engine friendly?

    2. what is your favorite conversion metrics "browser based" stat program/service? know any cheap yet powerful ones? I dont want to spend more than $50 a month

    3. any tried pay for traffic sites (not cpc)? or email blaster sites? are any of them trustworthy?

    thanks in advance!

    -jahwise

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    Quote Originally Posted by jahwise
    3. any tried pay for traffic sites (not cpc)? or email blaster sites? are any of them trustworthy?
    The traffic you get from programs like this are usually not quality. There are some that are trustworthy, but many are not.

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    I've experimented with buying traffic but have not had great results.

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    I've bought small amounts of traffic and didn't receive a thing back from the investment.

    From the look of your site, some mod_rewriting to make the urls search engine friendly would help immensely

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    thanks ! any other marketing yodas that can chime in?
    -jahwise

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    Off topic but after i submitted to your directory, i clicked home & the page was not found

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    It seems most of your links open in pop up windows. That's killing you in the search engines. They all should be regular hyperlinked pages. No mod_rewrite or anything similar required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stymiee
    It seems most of your links open in pop up windows. That's killing you in the search engines. They all should be regular hyperlinked pages. No mod_rewrite or anything similar required.
    Well, he also has session ID's, which he'll want to get rid of.

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    Those will require a rewrite. But those pop ups just need to be coded differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jahwise
    any tried pay for traffic sites (not cpc)? or email blaster sites? are any of them trustworthy?

    thanks in advance!

    -jahwise
    Hello jahwise!

    There are a couple of trustworthy wholesale traffic sites on the web. Most of them are generated using a program. These programs are actually used for load balancing your website.

    I wouldn't recommend getting 10,000 hits to your website especially if you use a host. You probably get suspended then banned. Look for guarenteed sign-ups or targeted traffic to narrow your unique visitors.

    Regards,
    ebonage


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