6 comments on “Traffic Exchanges things I so dislike.

  1. Always bugged me and never could understand the logic behind it. I guess they don’t want advertisers, only thing I could figure. lol

    I know several places where I have bought traffic only to come back at a later date to find my credits still there and not used because I didn’t surf.

    I am not a surfer and I always buy my advertising. Anywhere that forces me to surf to get my traffic that I bought, I never return to.

    Anyhow, how people run their site is up to them of course, they just won’t see me there. No matter, I am more than happy to spend my advertising dollars elsewhere.

    • Barry-

      Gold Star for the comments From one not a surfer to another. I am just amazed at all the ways people find to stop the members from wanting to use the site.

      But like you said “how people run their site is up to them of course, they just won’t see me there. No matter, I am more than happy to spend my advertising dollars elsewhere.”

      this is just how I feel as well

  2. I logged in the other day to a site to find our ads paused. It was very frustrating. There is no way for me, or any human being, to surf every site once a week. There are just not enough hours in a day.
    If I earned the advertising credits, then I deserve to use them whenever I want to use them.
    Just my humble opinion.

    • Cathy –

      I blow an “0-ring” every time this happens to me. And i hear the same people saying ” no money in traffic exchanges”

      if i have 1000 credits but my ads are paused its worthless to me and tracking will tell me nothing is coming from that site.

      pausing members sites cause they haven’t surfed in a while only hurts the active members.

  3. The problem is that some owners don’t look at the big picture of owning a TE. People join a site for many different reasons, some love to surf and collect things and other are looking for ways to advertise. By making restrictions and making members jump hoops eliminates a good percent of the clientele.

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