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New traffic exchange called Traffic Planets

A few minutes ago I received information about a new traffic exchange called Traffic Planets. I am not sure how new it really is, but at least it´s brand new to me. I have signed up for a free account and I have surfed a few times already.

I am not sure how many members they have, and how fast it delivers traffic to your sites.

But what I can tell you is that I really enjoy their design, it seems to be one of the best designed traffic exchanges that I have visited for a long time. If you decide to upgrade, you will earn commissions from your direct referrals. As I said, I am not sure how good it is, but I will be testing it in the next few weeks.

6 responses to “New traffic exchange called Traffic Planets”

  1. annalaura says:

    don’t worry, you are not the only one. I’ve done this before as well.

  2. Dawud Miracle says:

    Me too. I did it once with a gym membership that when on for almost a year – at $45/mo. Auto-billed on my credit card and I never caught it.

  3. Jens says:

    I would want PayPal to have an optional alert, where you can receive an e-mail a day or a few days before (that would be the users choice) a subscription renewal.

    If I had an option like that, I would have kept my $25. It would really have helped me a lot over the years 🙂

    Maybe PayPal already have alerts, but I have looked for them and I haven’t found any so far.

  4. Tim Linden says:

    Maybe once a month you should do the Paypal history search for subscriptions and review?

  5. Jens says:

    Yes I probably should, but I keep forgetting 🙂

  6. peter hobday says:

    I am a subscriptions marketer so talking from the other side.

    If Paypal warned subscribers of a renewal coming up in a few days time, the publisher would lose tons of money, so would Paypal, because customers would cancel in their thousands.

    So publishers would move their business out of Paypal to another provider.

    It may sound like inertia selling, because customers forget they are paying for something they wanted. But that works two ways. Customers would, believe it or not, suddenly realise their subscription service had stopped and try to correct the ‘mistake’. People forget.


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