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    Default Buying gambling traffic, is it worth it?

    In your opinion, is it worth it to buy gambling traffic, I fear most of the traffic comes from people that are getting paid cents to click advertisements, therefore making it impossible to earn from it. People clicking for 0.001 cents will never deposit in online casino.
    Have you found it worth buying traffic and if so which is the best place to buy from?

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    Personally, I think the gambling traffic that you buy should be of some importance and worth if you want to make your sites stand out on the internet. You can certainly buy targeted quality website traffic that will convert very well for your business and that also has great potential. You just need to know what you’re choosing, that’s all.

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    So what is your recommendation, from where is the safest place to buy?

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    Well, personally, these websites is quite good and worth looking into in my opinion:

    https://webtrafficgeeks.org/website-...asino-traffic/

    https://andwebtraffic.com/buy_casino_traffic
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    Are you talking about these sites that sell traffic in bulk?

    If so, if they had targeted gambling traffic why would they sell it? Why wouldn't they just convert it and make far more than you are paying?

    Because it's most likely neither gambling nor targeted traffic. It's probably not even human but bots.

    Another question to ask yourself is why would anyone bother with Google, PPC and backlinks if you could just buy traffic?

    Then there are companies who work with casinos directly. You'd get quoted a sum that is affordable for the casino, not the guy who'd have to 1st convert the traffic and then only get 30%.

    You can go ahead and try it, it's your money afterall but I would seriously give some thought on the above questions.
    If after that you still think it's well worth spending your money and someone is willing to literally give away quality traffic for pocket change then go ahead.

    Btw these traffic sources can also be expired domains, owned websites with ads etc, but again why arent they trying to convert that 'awesome' traffic?
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    Xecutable,
    thats what I was thinking, thats why I wanted to start this conversation. I am still thinking if its worth it to try, considering if someone has good gambling traffic he can just make more money than selling it.

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    Exactly not just good money, killer money and not just for today, but for a very very long time. These companies exist afterall to make money not lose thousands on every single bulk sale.

    It's a waste of your time if you'd ask me, cause if it worked there's extremely sharp people around here, big time affiliates, that would be using it already. The fact that they still invest in links, content, site theme and ppc must tell you something.

    But at the end of the day a couple hundred bucks won't hurt you to try, if you wanna eliminate all doubts, if logic doesn't cut it for you.
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    It's an interesting topic and discussion re buying gambling traffic. I am a media and sports agent, and I've also worked in and around online publishing and promotions, including for the gaming sector. Over the years we have assisted dozens of gaming and sports brands with exposure, both online and other, including text links and press releases. So, I know that some brands did, and still do, value text links on heavy traffic quality websites. Front page listings with quality articles and suitable links still do offer return on investment. We are a media and project management company who over the years become much more involved in the advertising and online publishing sector. One of our Media Man themed sites became a Hitwise finalist in the entertainment - personalities - celebs category. Feel welcome to PM me if you like or look us up re Media Man etc. Cheers. Greg Tingle. Media Man Int

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    Some affiliates focus on paid traffic only, no SEO and just media buying.
    You must know how to do it and also the offers are a bit different.

    And it is getting more and more difficult. But it's worth it, why do you think a few years ago like half of all pop ads on the internet redirected to bet365?

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    Hi, is this topic in the right place?

    I don't think it worths actually buying traffic, perhaps campaigns to create brand awareness but buying bulk traffic wont work I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vtyunby65 View Post
    Well, personally, these websites is quite good and worth looking into in my opinion:

    https://webtrafficgeeks.org/website-...asino-traffic/

    https://andwebtraffic.com/buy_casino_traffic
    I am runing a test using webtrafficgeeks. I purchased 10,000 @ $70.00 US only, run for 30 days. The campaign started yesterday around 3PM. EDT. I'm getting good traffic to the URL. 190 clicks in 17 hours with a few signups, but no depositors.I will keep u up to date.

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    190 clicks in 17 hours with a few signups, but no depositors.I will keep u up to date.
    Could be some kind of bot, I have seen this myself. Do let us know if you actually get depositers.

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    Is someone really prepared to share a good place to buy traffic.I highly doubt it as you'll be giving away your asset.surely it's like sharing your keywords,or am I wrong here?

    I wouldn't trust anyone who shares 'good' traffic,as why would someone give away their assets for free?unless they charge of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by PromoteCasino View Post
    Could be some kind of bot, I have seen this myself. Do let us know if you actually get depositers.

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    I know a bot can easily register in a forum, how about in a bookie, I guess they might have better protection against bot s?
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    Sorry, I meant to say I have seen plenty of links on my pages get clicked through (external and inner links) but nothing ever came about it. I tried one campaign just the once and it appeared to be genuine visitors but it was all to regular in the timings of the so-called visitors. I stopped it after a couple of days because I was not sure how the SE's would view this sudden increase in traffic. Was great for bounce rate though.
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    The idea of 'buying traffic' is always a bit concerning - immediately creates a sense of a 'black box' without transparency on source, intent, etc. There are of course quality sources for buying traffic (aka 'advertising'), such as the big ad networks that we all know about. They all come with their problems on quality and click fraud, but fundamentally you'll get what you pay for with the likes of Google, Facebook and other premium platforms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by le7 View Post
    The idea of 'buying traffic' is always a bit concerning - immediately creates a sense of a 'black box' without transparency on source, intent, etc. There are of course quality sources for buying traffic (aka 'advertising'), such as the big ad networks that we all know about. They all come with their problems on quality and click fraud, but fundamentally you'll get what you pay for with the likes of Google, Facebook and other premium platforms.
    I have used bidvertiser, mainly because I dont need to provide any documents to advertise gambling websites. With facebook and google it sounds painful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by titus View Post
    I am runing a test using webtrafficgeeks. I purchased 10,000 @ $70.00 US only, run for 30 days. The campaign started yesterday around 3PM. EDT. I'm getting good traffic to the URL. 190 clicks in 17 hours with a few signups, but no depositors.I will keep u up to date.
    Thanks to this thread I also "invested" 70$ for 10k visits at Webtrafficgeeks.
    The traffic seems legit, 82% came from the countries I had selected. Traffic came from various browsers/OS, so seems to be real traffic.

    But in terms of $$ it was a complete failure and I would not spend money on that traffic source.

    I've used a landing page for 50% of the traffic that normally (with other traffic sources) gets a CTR of 1-10%.
    Out of 5k visits, I got 60 clicks. That sounds ok. But the clicks came from just 19 single IP addresses, two of them with 1 visit and 18 / 13 clicks...
    So the "real" CTR was just 0.4%.

    And I generated 0 signups for 70$, and there's no way to optimize the traffic they are sending.

    So I don't buy traffic there anymore.

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    99.99% of gambling traffic that I purchased in the past was pure garbage. No one who has genuine gambling traffic is going to sell it for a few dollars when they can use it to generate thousands of dollars for themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbet View Post
    99.99% of gambling traffic that I purchased in the past was pure garbage. No one who has genuine gambling traffic is going to sell it for a few dollars when they can use it to generate thousands of dollars for themselves.
    Can't agree - Of course, the majority of traffic from webtrafficgeek etc, are bots.

    To be successful in media buying is a full-time job. There are a lot of guys making tons of money through media buying for gambling offers. But you need knowledge, time, proper tracking (eg. Voluum), a good operator who can place a postback pixel at least and you need a serious monthly budget (min xx.xxx) to get enough data you can work with.

    There are millions of daily visits out there who are not 100% explicit gambling related but for sure suitable for gambling offers.

    To flip $100 or even $1000 to "test" without any kind of a plan and without the right setup it is just wast of time and money.

    Just a quote from a C-level manager i trust:
    The biggest media buyers that are working through us are making 140k-180k a month
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