I think exit traffic is everywhere, always there and dirt cheap.
I plan to set up a site that buys exit traffic, and then turn it to profit.
Not using pops at all. It works like this: when a visitor leaves a site he must move his mouse cross the top of the site to click the back bottom or the x box. So we draw an invisible line on the top of a site, whenever mouse moves over the line, a drop windows will show, and ask if he wants to visit "king exit".
I believe it is easy to code this, and publishers can simply add a code to their page and send exit traffic to my site.
I own [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view], exittofind.com. Pick the one you like the best, help me set up a site, consider be my partner or just give me a quote.
Thank and have a great weekend!
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