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The position of your link is always random - your link has an equal chance of being in any given position, at any time, as any other users' link. Over time your links will appear in the top row, middle row, and bottom rows equally.
Your ad copy (whether in the form of a sales letter, web page, banner ad, e-zine ad, etc.) is the MOST important aspect of any promotion. A well written ad gets the potential customer interested and in a "buying mood", whereas a poorly written ad bores an...
Due to the way TrafficSwarm works, it would be very difficult to provide click stats in any meaningful way. Reporting this info for over 100,000 users with over 500,000 links that are constantly changing is no small task, and just isn't worth it when you ...
If you have available credits, your link(s) will be displayed in the category or categories that you have selected within a relatively short time. The more credits you have, the faster your links are displayed. Sometimes your link will be shown within ...
There are several standard reasons a URL will be rejected, which are all explained in more detail below. Otherwise, the email that you received should explain in exact detail why your URL was rejected. Adult Content Adult content, or links to adult co...
In order to not waste any of your credits, your own link will never appear on your own TrafficSwarm page. Your links are only shown to real prospects - which is another reason TrafficSwarm generates above-average results. If you want to see what your l...
The TrafficSwarm Start Page system uses frames, which is why we require that the URLs you promote via TrafficSwarm don't "break out" of frames. Some people intentionally code their web pages in a way that prevents them from being framed, but the Traffi...
With a standard "free" account you can promote up to 10 different URLs, as long as they all adhere to our "Family Safe" Policy (no pornographic, illegal, or other sites that are inappropriate for a general audience.) However, you'll only be able to promot...
The Credit Cap feature allows you to control how many credits you spend each day for each URL you are promoting. For example, suppose you have three different URLs you are promoting. Suppose you want to spend no more than 100 credits per day on the firs...
Many of you rely on the color of the title of an ad to determine whether you've visited the site or not. With the new fraud test, the titles will not be turning color. You will, however, find an asterisk (*) next to the title of each ad. If you have no...