Xtraffic.plus Review! Is Scam or Legit Service?
A few days back, a friend of mine introduced me to Xtraffic plus, a website which boosts to be the leader when it comes to “driving tons of search engine traffic” to any website, be personal or business. If you heard of this service, but still wondering they are legitimate and worth when it comes to improving any web traffic on auto-pilot, or simply a scam website not worth to waste your money on, this review has it all.
What is Xtraffic.plus?
Like the name suggests, Xtraffic is all about helping your business grow by automatically generating search engine traffic. “Claiming” to be a cloud based service, you are able to get traffic to any kind of website including pages, blogs, e-stores, affiliate links, marketplaces, social media channels, business listing, online businesses, etc.
How Xtraffic+ works
You visit their website and select a plan. You make an order and complete payment. Once your order has successfully completed and verified, traffic will be drived to the target pages shortly, there by boosting your exposure which can increase sales depending on the nature of target link.
Using any choice from the available payment options supported by Xtraffic for example Bitcoin, Payoneer, PayPal, Perfect money (pm), Credit Card, WebMoney (WMZ), Western Union or AliPay, you are able to complete your payment and start generating hits to your website.
My clients findings after ordering
When I was introduced to the service, I shared the idea with a client who was in need of getting mass hits to his affiliate website. Upon ordering and comfirming, the hits started to land. Truth is, they were organic from search engine although, I was able to analyse a few issues as outlined below.
- A few landing pages were targed off the entire site.
- Using Statcounter, we saw no keyword which was being used to arrive to targed pages.
- There was a mass traffic boost which lasted as far as the plan was considered.
- Out of all hits, the client “claimed” not to have made any sale (which is normal as that happens).
- The traffic came from different countries including US, Canada, UK, etc.
Is Xtraffic.plus Legit or scam?
As far as I know, scam happens when a service fails to deliver as promises. In our case, Xtraffic can be termed as legitimate why? My client got what he ordered for. The hits came and they were from search engine. Although we were unable to confirm whether they were “bot hits’ or real human hits, all I can say is that they came thus making it legit.
On the other hand, the traffic my client got didn’t convert into leads or sales. No product purchase link was clicked on and nor did he make any referral affiliate sale. This I can’t attribute to Xtraffic since for they did what we paid for, and many be, buyers were not interested in the product. If you have used the service or know more, feel free to drop a comment and let us know your thoughts.