Not All Traffic Is Not Created Equal

Perry Marshall is one of my favorite online marketing experts. Perry made his fame as the “Adwords Guy”. He literally wrote the book on pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, The Ultimate Guide to Google Adwords.

The guy knows PPC traffic.

But, if you sign up for his Adwords email training course, one of the first messages you get is about all the OTHER kinds of traffic that you should consider…how you shouldn’t assume that Adwords is the best, or even a good source of traffic for you.

Why would the “Google Adwords Guy” want to steer you away from Google Adwords?

Because he knows that not all traffic is created equal. For some businesses, even if they followed every piece of advice Perry gives in his book, Google Adwords might STILL be a prohibitively expensive, low-converting traffic source.

  • Same thing with Facebook
  • Same thing with Youtube

And on and on.

It’s easy to waste hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands of dollars on poor traffic if you don’t do your due diligence up front.

Traffic is absolutely essential to the success of your online business, but deciding which traffic sources are the best for YOUR business can be tricky to say the least.

So, how do you decide which traffic source is best for your business?

Well, here’s how Matt Lloyd, CEO of MTTB, did it…

He asked his top affiliates.

Matt simply looked at the affiliates who were generating the most sales in MTTB and said, “How are you generating such highly profitable traffic?”

He has incontrovertible proof that their traffic secrets work. It’s right there in the commission statements.

These are not traffic gurus whose methods may or may not work for you.

These are affiliates who have earned as much as $1.1 Million from their traffic methods.

The method works.


So, if you’d like to discover the traffic secrets that have already been proven to work in home businesses like MTTB, check out Traffic Masters Academy here.

Blowing money on the wrong kind of traffic is probably the number one reason most online businesses fail. Don’t pay the “stupidity tax”. Get smart here.















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