How To Put Your Traffic Generation On Auto-Pilot
Buying traffic is probably the easiest way to get traffic to your site. You don't have to mess around with SEO, you don't have to pay agency fees and hope for the best. All you have to do is worry about the marketing message. There's just one problem. Most paid campaigns shut off the spigot when your campaign is over. Yes, you can turn it back on but, if you're running a massive campaign, that can be a big pain in the butt.
Auto-Renew: Making Traffic Generation Even Easier
Now you can opt to auto-renew your traffic campaigns once they are fully delivered. Every time a campaign is renewed, you pay the lowest possible price for that campaign and your credit card on file is charged automatically for you. But, we don't want to push you into anything. That's why all campaigns come with "auto-renew" turned off by default. That way, you control how much traffic is sent to your site.
To activate the service, just go to "Live Stats" (a credit card is required, so make sure you have a card on file). Then, turn on the "auto-renew" option. If you want it off later, don't worry about it. You can shut it off anytime you like. In fact, you can turn it on and off as many times as you like, whenever you like. The only exception is with Alexa campaigns. Those run "full throttle" until the campaign is finished.
Auto-renew simplifies the traffic generation process. You've worked really hard on your website. You've paid out thousands of dollars to SEO agencies and traffic brokers. You've already done some testing, and ironed out your landing page. Your traffic is converting well. You just need more of it. You really like the results you're getting with paid traffic, but it's still just a little too much work. This is when "auto-renew" is a good solution for you. It's like hiring an extra helping hand to manage traffic flow to your landing page.
"But I Don't Want My Credit Card Charged Automatically!"
We know what it's like to do business with companies that make things difficult. You enter your credit card information, but you're worried that there will be some mysterious charges on your next bill. You like the idea of putting things on auto-pilot, but you're still not ready to pull the trigger yet. That's fine. We've got a fail-safe on our system. It comes disabled, and the only way to enable it is if you enable it yourself.
When Auto-Renew Doesn't Make Sense
Auto-renew isn't one of those services you turn on just for the heck of it. It would be irresponsible for us to recommend that option for everyone. You're really going to notice the biggest benefit when you have already sorted out your landing page, you've got an offer that converts, you're sure you need the extra traffic, and you have the budget for it. Basically, if you don't have a proven offer, don't bother with auto-renew.
What To Do Next
You're probably on the fence right now. Should you try it? Should you wait and read some reviews first? While we think this is a really cool option, we also know it's just not right for everyone, and we don't want you to give us any of your money if it's not going to benefit you and your site. Don't make any decisions just yet. Instead, contact us and ask us for our opinion based on your site and your landing page. We'll tell you whether it's a good idea for you to go on "auto-renew." If we don't think you'll benefit from it, we'll tell you that too and save you a lot of time and frustration.