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Where To Buy Traffic For Your Websites

You’ve done creating your websites. It look good. All the content is great with picture and everything else. You are confident enough that this going to bring a lot of People to come to your sites.

WRONG!!! no body clicking your sites for days,weeks, even month

Sometime  it frustrating not to have traffic to your sites. It could because of many thing. You need to look carefully on your Sites. Check again the structure. The On Page SEO.  Your keywords etc.

If you are not patience enough, the short cut is to buy traffic.  Even thou I am not encourage you to do this but if you are really desperate, you can start with it.  At least you can show your friend or potential buyer (if you want to sell it) that your sites got good amount of traffic.

Where To Buy Traffics For Your Websites (if you need one)

There are tons of traffic provider that you can find on the net. Just google it and all will be list there.

one of the traffic provide that you can try is Max visit

Max Visit claimed that they can provide cheap but quality traffic for your websites. They also guarantee the traffic delivery even with return payment (please check their about us )

Good thing you can do free trial with them.  what you need to do is just write an article about them or their service or you can link back your article to their websites. And you just copy your link. On the free trial, you will get 5000 USA untargeted visitor spread for 30 days.

Honestly to say, you can try this, but my best advise is to concentrate to creating organic traffic. Yes it time consuming and hustle especially for beginner. But trust me it worth ed.

Again the choice is yours. How you want to do with your websites and how you want to grow with it.

My Standard WordPress Plugins

Creating websites is one thing that can help me to generate revenue from my online income. Sites with different Topic or niche will give you different revenue and also different feedback.

Currently I used WordPress for all my websites. I find WordPress is easy to used especially for beginner like me. On every websites that i manage, I always do the standard setting. This is just for me to easily manage my sites. Beside the setting, I also add some plugin to my websites, most of my plugin I’ve used to optimise and to help me to manage my sites.

My standard  Plugins are :
      1. Jetpack by WordPress.com. Bring the power of the WordPress.com cloud to your self-hosted WordPress. Jetpack enables you to connect your blog to a WordPress.com account to use the powerful features normally only available to WordPress.com users.
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      3. Insert Headers and Footers by wpbeginner.  Allows you to insert code or text in the header or footer of your WordPress blog
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      5. Yoast SEO by Team Yeast. The first true all-in-one SEO solution for WordPress, including on-page content analysis, XML sitemaps and much more.
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      7. Blog2Social: Social Media Auto Post & Scheduler by Blog2Social, Adenine. Automatically share, auto-post, re-publish, re-post and schedule blogs posts on social media: auto-post to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Google My Business, LinkedIn, XING, Instagram, Pinterest, Flickr, Reddit, VK.com, Medium, Tumblr, Torial, Diigo and Bloglovin.
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      9. Google Analytics for WordPress by MonsterInsights. The best Google Analytics plugin for WordPress. See how visitors find and use your website, so you can keep them coming back.
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      11. Redirection by John Godley. Redirection is the most popular redirect manager for WordPress. With it you can easily manage 301 redirections, keep track of 404 errors, and generally tidy up any loose ends your site may have. This can help reduce errors and improve your site ranking.
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      13. WooCommerce (for my commerce websites) by Automatic. WooCommerce is a free eCommerce plugin that allows you to sell anything, beautifully. Built to integrate seamlessly with WordPress, WooCommerce is the world’s favorite eCommerce solution that gives both store owners and developers complete control.

     
    All the plugin that I used is a free plugin. Once all being installed and setting properly, than I can create post or customise my sites.