Webmasters often purchase “Traffic” and believe they are receiving THOUSANDS of visitors per day. In reality they are getting machine generated hits and one second visits from affiliate sweat shops. This is passed off as traffic, but in the real world (sales and revenue) it means nothing. You might as well save your bandwidth and money.
A well designed site that is highly ranked in Google, Yahoo and MSN for popular gambling terms will most likely only get several hundred actual real live breathing visitors per day. BUT because it is real “traffic” it can generate a very significant amount of income.
Moral of the story; chase people not “traffic” or “Hits”.
The most likely reason visitors are not staying long and that the people are originating from the countries that you mentionned is that it’s fraudulent traffic.
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