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Over the past 8 years, Federico Einhorn supported by the FullTraffic Team of programmers, search engine specialists, and designers, have turned FullTraffic into a leading international company of traffic suppliers for small to medium sized businesses.

FullTraffic manages its own ad network, a place that enables advertisers and publishers to exchange ad space. As we focus only on Full Page Advertising, FullTraffic is constantly improving to offer the BEST traffic quality.

PRESS RELEASE: FullTraffic Discontinues Global Traffic So Customers Can Stick to Buying Targeted Traffic Alone

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PRESS RELEASE: FullTraffic Discontinues Global Traffic So Customers Can Stick to Buying Targeted Traffic Alone
FullTraffic, the go-to company of advertisers who need to buy traffic , today announced that it will stop offering Global Traffic on July 1, 2013. The move will enable the company to deliver better and higher converting traffic to its customers. Current Global Traffic campaigns will continue to run until completed, and customers with Global campaigns can turn on their auto-renew feature if they want to keep them running on their accounts. However, new Global Traffic orders will no longer be taken after the month of June. A Move to Improve Traffic Quality for Users The decision to discontinue Global Traffic has been on the table for the past several months. FullTraffic has been taking steps to improve the quality of its products as well as the experience of advertisers and publishers in its network. “We’ve been working hard to take FullTraffic to the next level, and our Global Traffic product just doesn’t meet the new high standards that we’ve set for the...

PRESS RELEASE: FullTraffic Blog Now Accepting Applications for Contributors

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Leading website traffic provider FullTraffic is now accepting applications for guest authors who wish to contribute unique, informative and actionable content to the company’s blog. Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) June 03, 2013 FullTraffic, an ad network that provides global and targeted website traffic for businesses today announced that it is actively searching for writers to contribute to its blog. Individuals who wish to apply can submit their information at http://www.fulltraffic.net/blog/contributor. Aside from offering the opportunity to be part of a talented and esteemed pool of authors, contributors will also get a chance to showcase their work in front of FullTraffic’s wide audience. Additionally, guest bloggers who perform exceptionally well may be eligible to receive competitive compensation down the line. “We’re very excited to be offering this opportunity to industry members who wish to share their knowledge and experiences with...

Infographic - Pitfalls Leading your Traffic into Dark Abyss

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Infographic - Pitfalls Leading your Traffic into Dark Abyss


Why Facebook Is Blocking Off Certain Apps

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Why Facebook Is Blocking Off Certain Apps
Facebook has blocking certain apps because it says that it is just protecting its assets. Facebook declares that an app which does not add value to Facebook should not be able to access the social network's data. Of all their data sets, Facebook’s social graph is the one thing that’s truly distinctive. Facebook has spent several years getting you to validate who you know, and it sounds as if it does not want to hand over your friend list to competitors any more. This week it discontinued both Twitter’s new photo app Vine and messaging app Voxer from Find Friends, that lets you connect with Facebook friends on other apps. Facebook has explained the Voxer issue in its own way. Users have an option to post an audio message they have put over Voxer on to Facebook. But this option is mostly buried and you would not be able to find unless you have searched Voxer’s help documents. If you slide a previously sent message, you can see a share button by which...

Responsive Web Design Reels in Cell Traffic

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Responsive Web Design Reels in Cell Traffic
The art of responsive web design, commonly known as RWD, has been dominating conversations globally since Ethan Marcotte formulated the name in 2011. This fairly new concept of creating websites which provide an easy to use and view navigational site layout that can be utilized across various devices is taking the marketing world by storm. Whether you are on your laptop, your desktop, your iPad, or your smart phone, sites with exceptional responsive web design can provide users with a truly unique and engaging experience no matter which device they choose to use. So, why the incredible push for mass implementation of responsive web design? Experts estimate that between 90 to 100 million consumers will purchase tablets in the year 2013. Right in line with the steeply increasing trend of tablet sales is the rising boom of smart phone usage. Consumers want to have technology and the world wide web at the tip of their fingers at every moment. However, if consumers spend 40%...

Ten Simple Ways to Gain RSS Subscribers

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Ten Simple Ways to Gain RSS Subscribers
Do you own a blog? For anyone who does, we all know the headache of finding, gaining, and maintaining more RSS subscribers on a consistent basis. RSS allows you to get updates from multiple websites in an easy to access manner so you don’t miss a thing. In the same manner, it gives you an opportunity to get your posts in front of readers that enjoy your blogging. So, what can you do to retain subscribers using RSS? The simple solution is to get them to subscribe to your RSS feed. Read on to find out the ten simple ways to gain RSS subscriber. Focus on a Single Topic Choose a great topic that you’re familiar with, and stick with it! Consistency is the key. Those that already read your blogs are potential subscribers, as they find the blog content for your particular niche interesting. Sticking to one topic shows your readers that you are serious and knowledgeable. Shooting off on random tangents may annoy and cause readers to lose interest or...

Twitter's New "Vine" Video Service: Its Purpose, Uses and Reception

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Twitter's New "Vine" Video Service: Its Purpose, Uses and Reception
The idea that brevity and constraint spurs creativity has birthed a new service that could be the next big thing in the social networking and content marketing world. This week Twitter introduced Vine, an app that lets users capture and share very short looping videos, each limited to only six seconds or less. Twitter itself, being a type of microblogging site, has been known for years for inspiring originality through brevity. Its limit of 140 characters on tweets has led both private and corporate users to be quite creative in how they express themselves. At the moment the Vine app is only available for the iPhone and iPod Touch; it can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store. Functionality for Androids and other mobile platforms is expected to be added soon, although no official date for this addition has yet been released. Other social media sites seem to be taking the development seriously; most noticeably, Facebook quickly removed the ability to...

The Social Help Desk Revolution [Infographic]

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The Social Help Desk Revolution [Infographic]


Why Buying Website Traffic Might Replace SEO

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Why Buying Website Traffic Might Replace SEO
Years ago it was pretty simple to understand what keywords received the most traffic. You could log into Google Analytics, see where all of your visitors came from, and then you could "target" keywords in your blog posts and guest post articles. That's getting more and more difficult to do, and Google is giving you a heads up to exit stage left on traditional SEO. Keyword Research Doesn't Really Work Anymore Keyword research is getting to be a nightmare. Yes, you can still go to Google's free keyword tool. That tool, however, only tells you competition for Adwords ads and approximate search volume for the keyword. It doesn't tell you how hard it would be to rank for the given keyword. Even the keyword data isn't all that precise and could give you an incomplete picture of the potential for your keywords. Rand Fishkin explains this phenomenon on his site, SEOMoz. It's nice to believe that, like Fishkin, you would get more traffic...

Is Siri a Threat To Google?

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Is Siri a Threat To Google?
Investment firm Piper Jaffray might butt heads with Android lovers out there. In its study conducted earlier this year, it found that Siri, Apple's voice recognition software turned personal assistant, is wrong about 1/3rd of the time. However, the study revealed something interesting when compared to Google's version. © ryanking999 - Fotolia.com Most people are now familiar with Google's voice assistant. Piper Jaffray compared the two and found that while Siri only correctly answered the users' queries 62 percent of the time on a busy street and 68 percent in a quiet room, it understood 89 percent of the questions being asked while in a quiet room. Even on a busy street, it understood the user 83 percent of the time. Google's accuracy was much higher - 86 percent - when asked the same questions as Siri. Why the discrepancy? Well, for a while now, Siri has relied on Google for many quieries. Yep, even as Apple vowed...

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