Jeff Johnson goes live with Traffic Voodoo, where he promises to teach you how to get more traffic. Now friends are wondering if Traffic Voodoo is a scam, or if it can really help you make money online…
Traffic Voodoo is for you if you like watching long videos online. By lengthy, I mean videos as long as 39 minutes, for example. If you’re the type who wants the info right now, in easy-to-read and well-written articles, then you might want to pass up on this.
Here are examples of 14 traffic sources for your blog and network of websites:
- Free Traffic from the Search Engines
- Paid YouTube Traffic
- Article Marketing
- Product Launches
- Podcasts and iTunes
- List Control
What’s in Traffic Voodoo
- Weeks 1 and 2 (March 29 to April 10): “Traffic-Getting Quick Start”
Covers market research, keyword research, and picking the right market. Get your first blog online, or even your first incoming links blog network up, gain traffic, collect leads, and make sales.
Leslie Rohde and Dan Thies
(SEO Brain Trust, Article Marketing on Steroids, Incoming Links)
Jeff and Ryan Ringold
(Newbie Fast-Track, Product Development, 50 Training Videos on Niche Marketing)
- Week 3 (April 12 to April 18): “Testing and Conversion: Get Traffic, Make Money”
Dave Miz (niche marketing, landing pages, sales pages)
- Week 4 (April 19 to April 25): “Instant Social Media Traffic”
Don Crowther (build your business online using social media)
Arnel Ricafranca (online fitness business, YouTube video marketing)
- Week 5 (April 26 to May 2): “Instant Traffic Money Machine”
Gauher Chaudhry (CPA Marketing, Pay Per Click Marketing, Pay Per View Marketing)
Amish Shah and Jose River (PPC, Media Buys, CPV)
- Week 6 (May 3 to May 9): “Instant Affiliate Traffic”
How to find affiliates, and the psychology behind motivating those affiliates so that they send you a lot of free traffic to build your lists and business.
Joe Jablonski (Affiliate Manager, JV Expert)
Jeff Walker (Product Launch Formula)
Anik Singal (Affiliate Classroom)
- Week 7 (May 10 to May 16): “List Building Money Machine (aka Push Send, Make Money)”
Jeff Johnson (Traffic Voodoo, small list, high priced items)
Frank Kern (List Control, Mass Control)
Should you buy Traffic Voodoo?
Do you need a fair amount of handholding? Are you willing to budget several hundreds of dollars a month for traffic generation training? Are you very patient when it comes to receiving lessons over time (7-week training program)? Then go for it.
Imagine this: You’ll get material which you will review for a week, then you’ll get together in a live webinar where you can ask questions to clarify the things you reviewed. If that’s how you would like to learn the 14 major traffic sources, then go for it.
Otherwise, it would be more cost-effective (especially for people who prefer to read rather than watch online videos or screencasts, or participate in time-bound webinars) if you invest the next 30 days searching for free tutorials on traffic generation, implement those tips, and then gain a personal insight on what it means to build traffic and attract more visitors to your website.
Here’s a FREE traffic boosting tip for you: Put up a WordPress-powered blog (with its own dotcom domain name), then add at least one useful and relevant (from the point of view of the people you wish to attract) article or blog post each week.
And another traffic generating tip: After you have at least 10 high impact and useful articles online, network with other bloggers and leave insightful comments in their blog posts (particularly those which are related to your own blog posts).
When you adopt this two-step approach, you will get more visitors to your site. Guaranteed. And yes, please keep your credit card in your wallet.
I’m curious, though…
How did you find out about Jeff Johnson’s Traffic Voodoo?
Did you search for it in Google? Or did you learn about it because of a blog that your frequently read?
I first heard about it via a mailing list. I subscribed to a friend’s list and stayed subscribed in spite of all the sales pitches bombarded to that list.
This shows us that having a good mailing list, or at least joint-venturing or partnering with people with mailing lists, will help drive traffic to any promoted website.
Traffic Voodoo isn’t exactly inexpensive. You’ll find price points at $7,500 or $1,999 or even $799 (3-monthly installment plan). No wonder there are affiliates promoting such a high ticket item. That should give you ideas on how some people are able to make a lot of money online even if they have small lists (i.e., less than 5000).
All in all, you’ll soon discover that this is not rocket science. And it isn’t magical voodoo either.
It’s just basic online research, writing, and networking with lots of people.
Have fun and succeed in your business, my friends!
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First Posted: March 30, 2010 | Filed in: Make Money Online