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  1. Treathyl Fox says:

    What is your opinion on Friend Feed? I have heard it is good to use for easy backlinks and because of it’s Alexa ranking.

    1. Suresh vurity says:

      Friendfeed is pretty cool and yes you can be benefited with it in terms of traffic and backlinks. Even Matt cutts has praised the credibility of the service. I’ve an account in Friendfeed but my usage is very limited. I wish you great success with Friendfeed. 🙂

      1. Treathyl Fox says:

        Awesome! I like visiting your blog. It’s so nice talking to a human. 🙂

        1. Suresh vurity says:

          Haha thank you Treathyl 😀

          1. Treathyl Fox says:

            FriendFeed was awesome. Alas! It is no more. It was fun while it lasted. 🙂

  2. Shathyan Raja says:


    Thanks for sharing some useful tips on blog promotion. As you have said, many people go for Fan Page liked just to make their blog look branded but finally is all waste. And also I promote my articles virally online in all groups, guess soon it will be a spam. So I should be careful in promoting in Facebook.

    1. Suresh vurity says:

      Hi Shathyan,

      Thanks for stopping by my post and I’m glad you like it. Sharing your articles on promotional groups is always safe. I wish you great success. 🙂

  3. Joining traffic exchange site is not a good option. But what about link exchange from friend’s blogs or people who are willingly there for link exchange?

    1. Suresh vurity says:

      Hi Ambarish,

      Thanks for asking. It would be better if you avoid link exchange. But, if you find your friends site worthy you could put the link in the blogroll. Google may penalize you if your home page contains hundreds of links. So better make a blogroll with limited number of links (4-5) and see that they are very much relevant to your niche. Please keep in mind that Google hates link exchanges. I wish you great success bro. 🙂

  4. Challenged Species says:

    Thank you for the tips.

  5. Hi Suresh. I hope this is your first name 🙂

    I agree with 4 of your tips. Not with the second one. Think about PPC traffic… It’s a paid traffic method and nothing you claimed under your second headline applies to them. Google sells such traffic. But it’s not a scammer, right? The visitors aren’t fake and the search engines don’t hate Google for that reason. Google doesn’t hate Google, right? 🙂 And there are more legit and very much used paid traffic methods. Another example: solo ads with guaranteed clicks.

    You didn’t take them into consideration, did you? 🙂


    P.S. Your CommentLuv plugin doesn’t seem to work.

    1. Suresh vurity says:

      Hi Adrian,

      Thanks for stopping by my post. I appreciate your comment. Yes I agree that PPC traffic is legitimate but I didn’t mention anything about it. I have seen scamsters flooding social profiles with false claims like ‘Get 100000 visits instantly for $20’or ‘Instant paid traffic within 1 hour for $10’. It is not fair, right. So, I want to discourage people from buying traffic from unreliable sources. Yes I do encourage them if they PPC traffic from Google and other genuine sources. 🙂

      Thank you so much for reporting the plugin issue. I’ll try to fix it now. Have a great day Adrian. 🙂

      1. Hi Suresh, it’s true that you didn’t directly mention PPC but actually you mentioned it indirectly. Your second headline is “Don’t ever buy paid traffic”, right? Well… PPC is paid traffic, isn’t it?

        There are a lot of scammers out there, I agree with you. But not everyone is a scammer. When you’re saying never buy paid traffic, you’re talking about everyone and every paid traffic method. And that is not correct. This is what I was saying in my previous comment.

        Understand my point? For example, there are a lot of honest bloggers but there are also bloggers who scam people, right? But I’ll never say don’t ever visit blogs because they’re a bad environment and you’ll get scammed. Not every blogger is a scammer, right? The same for paid traffic. You cannot say don’t ever buy paid traffic.

        My suggestion is that you should modify that headline. Of course that you decide 😉

        1. Suresh vurity says:

          Hi Adrian,

          At last you were successful in compelling me to change the headline. Just kidding. 😀

          1. Treathyl Fox says:

            It’s nice to see you two brothers looking out for each other. 🙂

            I got the point about the scammers. I get the point about PPC because my son showed me one of his ads and said “Don’t click! I’ll have to pay for it! I’m just showing you.” 🙂

            1. Suresh vurity says:

              Hi Treathyl,

              Oh really? It is good to hear that your son is a PPC advertiser. 🙂

  6. Hi Suresh,

    Well written mate. I am never a fan of paid stuff and thus, I never recommend any to try. It is always best to keep it simple and work hard to achieve such.

    Nonetheless, you nailed all of those and thank you!


    1. Suresh vurity says:

      Hi Reginald,

      Nice to see you here bro. Yes simplicity and hard work really pays at the end. Thanks for the comment. Happy blogging. 🙂

  7. Jude Banks says:

    Hi Suresh,

    I enjoyed reading your post. About traffic exchanges, I agree that Autosurfs are a waste of time.

    However, I find manual traffic exchanges highly responsive for me. They work if you know how to use them effectively.

    1. Use fast loading lead capture pages to build a list.
    2. Use traffic exchanges that have social chat where chat ID links to your profile (branding)
    3. Use exchanges that enable social connections and allows you to communicate with your downline.

    These days, many traffic exchanges are like another form of social media.

    Some people think it is a “sellers market, not a buyers market” – that is in fact true – and so they assume that is the reason they don’t work.

    The key to getting results from traffic exchanges is NOT to “sell” anything. Instead use it for list building and offer to help people get what they need or want, be that information, tools, or advice in your area of expertise.


    1. Suresh vurity says:

      Hi Jude,

      Thanks for stopping by my site. I’m glad you like my post. I haven’t tried any manual traffic exchanges before. I’ll have a try. It is good to hear that traffic exchanges worked well for you. Could you please share some reliable traffic exchanges here? Thank you so much for informative inputs.

      While coming to Commentluv plugin, I was struggling with it from past few days. I wrote to them but the troubleshooting tips didn’t help me. I don’t want to trouble my readers with this inactive plugin anymore. I’m searching for other alternative.


  8. sonu kumar says:

    Hello Suresh,

    Thanks for sharing these tips. I’m really thankful to you by heart and soul. One should follow these tips because they are helpful to all bloggers.

  9. Suresh vurity says:

    Hello Sonu,

    Thanks for the comment and I’m glad you like it. Keep visiting. 🙂

  10. Thanks for your valuable suggestion. Can you please help me by providing some information about building traffic fast for my blog. By the way I have owned a new blog which is based on android. It provides free android paid apps,games,launchers,widgets and lots more.

    1. Suresh vurity says:

      Hi Sakib,

      Thanks for stopping by my post. My suggestion is to develop android app for your site and start an Youtube channel. Make good videos relevant to your niche and promote them on social media sites. You could attract massive traffic if visitors find your content useful and purposeful. I hope it helps. Thanks for asking. Keep visiting. 🙂

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