The quality of Activelifestyle Travel Network Visitors
are scores of ways to increase visitor traffic and ramp up the
“popularity” of a web site. Most of them are perfectly
legitimate but their relevance to the sites content and what it
offers for sale may often be called into question. ATN does not
practise any of these methods.
Buying visitors from one of the thousands of firms that offer
increased, reputedly targeted, viewer counts is an accepted and
inexpensive method. This is often seen in the form of pop-under
or pop-up displays. The results soars the visitor count on even
the most under visited of web domains.
Traffic also can be generated by buying often
semi-legitimate email marketing lists. These use often totally
legit and well-meaning methods that are frequently off-target,
and are bought strictly on price or numbers.
They are legitimate but are they valuable
to the web site or indeed those that may be advertising or
selling on it? How many widgets will be sold on a web site
that’s primary content deals with miracle cures? How many
made-to-measure shirts will be moved on a travel domain?
For well under a hundred US, any web site can increase its
traffic in a day. It can, for example soar from 1,000
unique visits per day to over 15,000. This gives the
publisher the truthful right to say that his/her
site reaches up to 15,000 unique visitors in a day.
what if just the original 1,000 were there as a result of a
genuine interest in what the domain was selling? And as a result
just a miniscule portion of the remaining 14,000 were generally
interested in the offered product or service. Would that not be
misleading to those featured in advertising methods on the site
and the site’s visitors?
Activelifestyle employs no such methods to
increase visitor count.
Irregardless the visitor count has grown and the results to
advertisers have been way above industry average.