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I Love the BlogMad.Net Traffic Exchange

May 24, 2007

Well, I’ve been on BlogMad.Net for a short while now, and I think I’ve already fallen in love with it. If you’re interesting in getting more exposure to your blog, more visitors, more traffic, more pageviews, and all that good stuff, Then BlogMad is for you!

What is BlogMad?

BlogMad is a traffic exchange website. While it might not make a huge difference for big blogs, it can greatly help the little ones. On BlogMad, you open up their surf program and after being on a blog for 25 seconds, you earn one credit. The more credits you have, the more times YOUR blog can be viewed by to others. There are a lot of ways to earn credits and I don’t find it very hard at all. If you’d like to be kind you can sign up under me and get me 25 credits here.

What does BlogMad offer ME?

Like I said, more pageviews, traffic, etc. However, not only can your credits be spent on others viewing your site, but others viewing your links and your banners. Links and banners are shown throughout the surfing system, and also on other blogs that implement them. One way I earn credits is by having a box of links appear at the bottom of my sidebar. But if you purchase those with credits, your link APPEARS there!

Is BlogMad easy to use?

Yes, it’s fairly easy, but it takes a little getting used to in the beginning, and at first it can be sort of complicated. But trust me, the couples of days it takes to understand BlogMad is worth it! They offer graphs of your statistics, credit allocation where you can label percentages of views to go to which of your blogs, or which programs, etc. BlogMad is genius!

What can I compare BlogMad to?

BlogMad for sure isn’t the only traffic exchange out there. There’s others as well, like Blog Explosion, for one. However the main reason I don’t like Blog Explosion is because it’s much to slow. I have a very fast internet connection and Blog Explosion takes over five minutes to load each page. I DO like their Battle of the Blogs, however. If both traffic exchanges sites work for you – use them both!

If you need to know more, check out BlogMad’s frequently asked questions. If you’re ready to sign up, then click here!

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10 Responses to “I Love the BlogMad.Net Traffic Exchange”

  1. rob stgeorge on May 26th, 2007 2:10 pm

    I am not a fan of traffic exchanges myself for two reasons, one I found that the visitors that I used to attract were not really interested in my site, just wanted to earn credits for their own sites, and two I was always fearful that Google AdSense would ban me if I used them! I am however interested to see how you go with it.


  2. Tay on May 26th, 2007 2:11 pm

    Rob – True, while many of the visitors just want credits, I’ve had quite a few ask me questions about my site and be interested after coming across it using BlogMad. I have also found some other sites I enjoy on there! So far so good… ;)


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  5. Jenny on November 29th, 2007 1:25 pm

    I actually stopped using it. And blogexplosion too. I guess I should get back into it though. Might do my readership base some good. LOL

  6. Tay on November 29th, 2007 5:16 pm

    Jenny, I stopped using BlogMad too. I wrote this post back in May and my opinions have quite changed, actually. It takes quite a bit of time to earn up credits to get traffic in return, and one-way traffic can be achieved much easier with less effort. Now I just think BlogMad is a waste of time. :)

  7. Matt Ellsworth on November 29th, 2007 6:10 pm

    sounds great – i’ll cehck it out. but I wanted to say that your link in the post – doesn’t work. I pulled the blogmad ref link out of your link and used your referral. But your tracking or something is messing it up.

  8. Tay on November 30th, 2007 1:03 am

    @Matt Ellsworth – If you’ll read the above comment, you’ll see that I wrote this article in May – many months ago – and I no longer agree with what I’ve said here. I think there are better ways to get traffic without working so hard for it.

    However, I do appreciate you using my referral link – that was very kind of you! I guess it’s not working because I haven’t used my account for so long, but I’m not sure. :)

  9. BEASISWA on January 26th, 2008 3:04 pm

    sounds great – i’ll cehck it out. but I wanted to say that your link in
    the post – doesn’t work. I pulled the blogmad ref link out of your link
    and used your referral. But your tracking or something is messing it up.

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  10. Tay on January 27th, 2008 10:21 pm

    BEASISWA, you’re right, the link WAS broken. Thanks for taking the time to use my referral code, however, I’m not using BlogMad.net any longer. I have found that it takes hours to get enough credits on these types of sites to get in traffic in return, and then that traffic isn’t valuable because it doesn’t convert into loyal readers or customers.

    I actually wrote this back in May 2007, so my current advice to you would be to use sites like StumbleUpon to get your traffic. Social media and networking with others is essential. Good luck, and thanks again!

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