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Episode Info: The highly detailed, blow-by-blow My Advertising Pays review (with screenshots) can be found at: Transcript for this My Advertising Pays review podcast: In this review, we're going to be discussing a product called My Advertising Pays by a guy named Mike Deese which presents himself as a person that's just like you and me but he's actually put together a low quality product that's going to be a waste of your time and money. We'll discuss all of the reasons why in today's review from The audio version of this review has been edited for the sake of brevity. For the complete, unedited review with supporting screen shots along with the full library of resources to help you get started in Internet marketing for free, visit and search for the product name at the top of the website. If you're trying to make money with a website regardless of whether it's a local business or a larger website that services a nation or the entire world's population or if you're just trying to make money as an affiliate or Internet marketer selling other people's products or services, the key to making a profitable website is getting qualified, targeted traffic from the audience that is interested in the product or service reselling. The main reason that My Advertising Pays is receiving a negative review today is that it's a traffic exchange. What traffic exchanges are by nature is low quality, unqualified traffic that is very, very difficult to convert into sales or affiliate commissions. This is due to the fact that most people on traffic exchanges, if they are real people at all, I'll get into that in a minute, but if they're real people at all, they're clicking on these text links within My Advertising Pays members' area to just try and scrape up a few pennies at a time. There's not guarantee that they're qualified traffic, that they're even remotely interested in your offer because they're just being incentivised to click the ads, stay on the website for a few seconds and move on to the next site. Most of them are just going to stay the absolute minimum of time necessary to make some money. Why I said if they are even real people is because a lot of people making money on traffic exchanges have just put together computers or built software program
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