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Last week I sent out a mailing to my list on behalf of Brett Phillips and John Guanzon about the relaunch of their program TEReports.

In addition to adding two new products and twice as may new squeeze pages for upgraded members TERports now offers a squeeze page for free members.  This is a great way for free members to start building their list using free traffic exchange programs.

One of my subscribers replied to my email with a questions about using traffic exchanges and squeeze pages.  I thought I would share my response here.

Hi Jerry. I have been receiving your emails for some time now. I like the info but I need some clarity. How do I get on the traffic exchanges, and how will anyone find my squeeze page? I have a network marketing business and I would like to reach lots and lots of people, but I am not sure how. How can traffic exchanges and squeeze pages help me?

Hey Paul.

That’s a pretty big question but i’ll do my best to reply here.

First, to get on the traffic exchanges just pick one and join it.

You can start with any of these:
http://affiliatefunnel.com/top5te.php?rid=6698

They are all free but if you upgrade to a paid membership you’ll get more traffic for less work.

There are lots of guides out there about using traffic exchange but most of it is pretty self-explanatory:

1. Visit other member sites to earn credits
2. Spend your credits to show your site to other members

Using a traffic exchange is a great way to expose your squeeze page to thousands of new people.

It is important to remember though that the traffic you get from traffic exchanges is inscentivized (I know, big word).  Basically, that means that most people are only coming to your site because they want to earn credits to show their own site.  Your squeeze page should directly target these people and hopefully be interesting enough to stand out in the crowd.

It helps to have your own product to give away as an incentive for surfers to subscribe to your list.  If you don’t have your own product then you can use any of the free ones provided by TERports.  They all work really well in traffic exchanges.

Once you start building your list you have the opportunity to build a relationship with the people on your list and to potentially sell to them over and over again.

That’s sorta the simplified version but hopefully you get the gist of it.

If you need more details… just ask!

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6 Responses so far to "How Can Traffic Exchanges and Squeeze Pages Help Me?"

  1. 1 Vibin
    October 29th, 2010 at 6:19 am  

    I have my own tech blog….and i promote it using sweeva …but iam not getting any readers through TE….
    IS IT WASTE OF TIME TO PROMOTE BLOGS ON TRAFFIC XCHANGES??

  2. 2 Jerry Iannucci
    October 29th, 2010 at 3:37 pm  

    In most cases I would say it is a waste of time to promote a blog in a traffic exchange. That’s because you only have a few seconds to catch someone’s attention before they click over to the next site. Most surfers aren’t going to stop working to read your blog.

    Sweeva you’ve got a little better shot because you can interact with people while they are on your site and you can instruct them to “Remember” your site so they can go back and read it later.

    Still, you would be better off creating a splash page for your blog to run in traffic exchanges. Something that grabs their attention right away and gets them to open your blog in a new window so they can read it when they are done surfing.

  3. 3 Vibin
    October 30th, 2010 at 5:47 am  

    k thanks for the info..from now im gonna use blogexplosion.com(its aTE) as it is only for blogs!

  4. 4 Shawn Mackey
    December 1st, 2010 at 1:52 pm  

    Great post, Jerry!

    I have found my results with traffic exchanges to be much better since I started using squeeze pages.

    At first, I fell into the nebie trap and promoted my generic affiliate link, but when I started giving away free eBooks that I procured from places like Safelist Tactics (Plug you Jerry) TE Report, The Pizza Plan and so forth I am getting much better results!

    To Vibin, I would find a source like instantsplash or TE Toolbax to create splashes to get readers to your blog. The TE designed specifically for blog may be great, but I think you are losing a lot of exposure on the time by being limited to one TE. Just a thought!

    Shawn

  5. 5 Veronica Smith
    January 23rd, 2012 at 9:50 am  

    Jerry, I click on the relaunch TEreports and the page wasn’t found. I would like to rejoin it, could you send me the link.

    The previous version of TEreports was fantastic.

    Thanks Veronica Smith

  6. 6 Jerry Iannucci
    January 30th, 2012 at 2:13 pm  

    It looks like all of John Guanzon’s sites are dead. I know he was leaving Internet marketing to focus on his family but I didn’t think he was going to be taking all of his sites with him. Sorry!

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