A Million Visitors? Surely not?

Hmmmmm. I spotted a link on Twitter a little earlier that offered a million visitors to my website free. My bullshit detector sounded loudly, but I headed over to the site to have a look. It’s basically a scheme where you click on six links, and therefore visit six sites, and then you get to put your link onto a page which in turn you encourage other people to visit, click your own link and do the same. Simple enough and genuinely free of any charge.


In theory, if you get ten people to do the same, and they get ten people…..well, you get the picture, you end up with a million visitors to your site. So I did it! I’m not naive enough to think the resulting traffic will be good quality, or that more than a handful will convert to regular readers or subscribers, but so what? Even if it only brings me a few hundred extra visitors and a dozen new regular readers, it’s a positive result, and it won’t have cost me more than the ten minutes it took to write this post.

Yes it’s a pyramid scheme and will eventually fall over, but if some of us can get some extra traffic for a time, then there’s no harm.

So why not head over to the page yourself and read all about it, then join it yourself and we’ll compare notes in a month on visitors? Here’s the link:

A million visitors

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