There are hundreds of revenue sharing programs coming out these days which all come with the same recipe and they will all have the same end result.
Traffic Goals is a fairly new program that has gotten many questions. Is it a scam? Will it pay? Should I “invest” money into it”?
The questions will go on and on and on and this review will give you the absolute best answers as well as a little more understanding before you do decide to be apart of something that you really have no knowledge about.
So What Exactly is Traffic Goals?
A high yield investment program. I don’t care what they try to tell you it is not, but that is exactly what it is. Nothing more, nothing less.
Of course you’ll see the “We are not an investment, HYIP, MLM, matrix, or currency exchange”, just to cover their behinds.
They do use “ad packs” as its product, but it is nothing more than a way to get under the radar and be somewhat of a legit company. Without a product, then guess what? It will be a scam.
I found myself looking for traffic when I first started my online business and I actually ran into a program called Traffic Swarm. Although it is not a revenue sharing program, it did get me introduced to them because of its free traffic type marketing.
However, this is the same type of traffic you will get if you are looking to use Traffic Goals as a source of traffic to your site.
If you look on the actual website, you will see that majority (if not all) of their ads are about other revenue sharing programs or make money online type sites.
So if you’re trying to advertise actual products, this is not going to be your solution. Traffic Goals will not get you the traffic you are looking for.
The “Goal” behind Traffic Goals
If you’ve never heard about any revenue sharing programs, I would like to tell you exactly what they are about.
Yes, they may tell you about how they have an awesome advertising platform, but that is not what it is about. Yes, you can get traffic, but I can promise you that it is not quality.
Anyone and everyone that joins a revshare is looking to do one thing and that is to make money. Although it is a very simple concept, you can be the deciding factor on whether or not this is a legitimate way to make money online or not.
What to Expect
For the most part, your job is to click on ads. Every single day, you are required to click on 10 ads or you will not be able to “earn” money from the pool.
They actually have a max deposit, which is the first time I’ve ever seen this. I guess they are trying to stop the early birds from making all the money from the newbies, which I guess is a good thing.
The site doesn’t accept Paypal, which is a big thing when it comes to any make money from home program.
With Paypal’s 100% customer satisfaction policy, it would be easy to get your money back by making a complaint, but I think there has been way too many complaints and owners running that they are doing everything they can to stop doing business with these programs.
How Money is Made
Every member that makes a deposit has that distributed amongst every other paying member in Traffic Goals.
The only way to keep money circulating, is to get new members to join. Without this, and you can expect it to flop just like Revup Your Income and many more.
Some owners have tried to create other avenues to bring money into the site, but nothing has ever worked.
They All End the Same Way
These types of programs usually last no longer than 3 months. The big names like Traffic Monsoon and My Paying Ads have fought against the odds, but even they have ran into some trouble along the way.
Paypal doesn’t do business with these types of programs and they have now cracked down on things. Now, you will see that none of the new revshares accept Paypal, which is definitely not a good thing.
But Can You Make Money?
Of course. I have actually made a couple thousand dollars, but it did take some time before I actually saw some profit.
Mind you, this was very early in my online career and before I started my own online business. Other than that, I have a very different approach to this and the others of its kind.
Once you stop having new people join, you can expect to earn $0 from that point on. Then the program will shutdown and it will leave you looking for the next best thing.
My Paying Ads actually paid me the most, but they too have run into the problem with Paypal and have stopped all payments.
My Final Opinion of Traffic Goals
I always try to see the good in any company out there even if you can flat out see that they are a scam. If I’m going to say one revshare is legit and another is a scam then I would be a fool.
There are some people out there that create these and payout some people and then stop everything after they have made a couple thousand dollars.
In the end folks, the real winner is always going to be the owner. Some may come out on top, but that’s usually those in the good ole boy’s club.
Once the site dies, everyone in that little club will jump to the next, leaving the uneducated without any money.
This type of stuff is nothing but a big risk and not everyone will make money. Without “advertising” what will this be?
At a Glance
Name: Traffic Goals
Owner: Joseph Lim
Price: $5 membership fee + cost per ad pack
Overall Rating: Not Recommended
Although it can make you money, it is almost impossible for me to recommend this to anyone. It is nothing but a risk and it is NOT a real business.
What I Really Think
With the few years working from home full-time, I have come to the conclusion that the only way to make it in the online world is through one thing. Work!
If you think you are going to make a living online through revenue sharing programs, you might want to hang on to that day job that pays you pennies.
My suggestion to you. Get the proper training, put in the work, and maybe (just maybe), you can work from home full-time too.
Other than that, good luck trying to get rich with this type of stuff. As far as it being a scam, you be the deciding factor on that.
Thanks for reading my review and I hope I have given you the best understanding about Traffic Goals. If you have any questions or you are still confused, please leave them in the comments section below.
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