TrafficBotPro: Do You Use It for Traffic?


BHW,

I just heard about the TrafficBotPro and wanted to ask:

Do you use this traffic bot?
How much traffic per day is the maximum it can send to a website?

These information not available on their website.

Save your money…

I purchased the software, paid full price…

Firstly, no manual of any kind, no ‘help’ or manual within the software or online.

Secondly, depends on what you class as ‘traffic’, the traffic provided by TBP is bot traffic, so no interaction, no real engagement, definitely no leads/conversions.

I believe they have released an updated version, I’ve not even bothered to download the update, and I’ve not tried to use the software since the 1st day I ‘attempted’ to get it to work, I genuinely regret parting with my money for it…

What I will say, is that they do offer support, but it’ll take an email or two to get it, and even then they will just want to RDP into your computer and attempt to set up your campaigns for you, still no instruction on how the overly complicated software works

Save your money…

I purchased the software, paid full price…

Firstly, no manual of any kind, no ‘help’ or manual within the software or online.

Secondly, depends on what you class as ‘traffic’, the traffic provided by TBP is bot traffic, so no interaction, no real engagement, definitely no leads/conversions.

I believe they have released an updated version, I’ve not even bothered to download the update, and I’ve not tried to use the software since the 1st day I ‘attempted’ to get it to work, I genuinely regret parting with my money for it…

What I will say, is that they do offer support, but it’ll take an email or two to get it, and even then they will just want to RDP into your computer and attempt to set up your campaigns for you, still no instruction on how the overly complicated software works

You saved my ass. Many thanks. :D

You saved my ass. Many thanks.

No problem, i wish i had asked the question before paying out, i needed the automation in less time than it would have taken for me to code it, and i ended up coding it anyway… lol

Don’t use it… I’ve tried that before and it barely works
It will do you no good at all. Fake visitors don`t read articles or buy stuff, so no affiliate income.
I don`t recommend it
No problem, i wish i had asked the question before paying out, i needed the automation in less time than it would have taken for me to code it, and i ended up coding it anyway… lol

Haha. That’s sadly hillarious.

The software is really bad. It crashes really often and there is no support.

When you ask for a refund they respond really quick to help you out with the errors, even that will not do the trick. The software is really bad.

Oh by the way, they don’t do refunds, lol.

The software is really bad. It crashes really often and there is no support.

When you ask for a refund they respond really quick to help you out with the errors, even that will not do the trick. The software is really bad.

Oh by the way, they don’t do refunds, lol.

Sadly this is very true, no refunds, and you will loose a paypal case, trust me… :/

Interesting comments above. I bought this and have had it running for a few weeks. Not had any crash problems and when support has been requested they have responded within a few days. I’m running TrafficBotPro V2v1.6.3.

It is a bot but it does mimic human behaviour. My reason for using it was to help build or maintain Search Engine rank during a time when no one is likely to be booking any motorcycle tours due to cororavirus situation. I dont need people to buy right now, in fact we are turning folks away until the virus situation is under control.

Anyway, this is my observation of how it has performed though any suggestions you can make that will improve results would be much appreciated.

I have 250 keywords for my site. I have near identical settings for Bing, Google and Yahoo to search for those keywords, select a result (if found) and move onto another page on the site. At the tail end of 2019 the site averaged around the mid 30’s for the keyword collection on all 3 search engines.

That started to drop around February as did site traffic. Since starting with TrafficBotPro results have significantly improved on Bing and Yahoo.
Bing averages #7 with only 11 keywords outside the top 10 and all others ranking page1.
On Yahoo the site now averages #6 with only 7 keywords not in the top 10.
Google on the other hand has progressively dropped falling from an average of 33 to 49 with 22 not even in the top 100!

What adds to this dilemma is that yesterday I my TrafficBorPro programme had 87 successful results on Google and 145 failures. My Google Analytics supports this showing 248 Organic Searches (the others being 30 from Bing, 17 from Yahoo and the other 114 assumed to be genuine). However, in my Google Search Console under Performance is shows the site having 794 Total Impressions and only 4 Total Clicks. It is evident therefore that Google isn’t counting the clicks, not even those assumed to be genuine!

Some days are better than others. Over the past week we have appeared in 4.93K Impressions resulting in 128 Clicks but overall the reported results suggest that Google is ignoring much of our traffic, even genuine traffic, which makes me wonder if TrafficBotPro is contributing to this worsening position.

In the settings for Google I begin with 19 page variations to go to differing inner pages once the site is found. The 250 Keywords are randomly selected and load time is set from 2000 – 15000 milliseconds. Mouse move time is 1-3 seconds and move and click set to 50-100px a natural mix of user agents is chosen and all traffic is through a rotating proxy that refreshes every 5 minutes with a new residential IP. The time spent on the site is from 10-90 seconds (our genuine traffic tends to stay much longer), the time between searches 5-15 minutes and the time between search pages 3-15 seconds.

The settings for Bing and Yahoo are similar but the search interval is far slower to reflect the lower use of these search engines.

In short, I am conducting a low volume of searches across the full 24 hours and so not driving high volumes of traffic to my site. I am using a new residential IP’s every search from various locations around the globe. Bing and Yahoo appear to think this traffic is legitimate and have improved the rank as a result, but something is happening at Google that is proving detrimental and I cannot quite figure out want that is. My suspicions are that they are able to detect this traffic as being from a bot and are penalising the site to such an extent that they are even discounting the legitimate clicks. Could this be right, if not have you any ideas?

Tried to read your post got blind.

Interesting comments above. I bought this and have had it running for a few weeks. Not had any crash problems and when support has been requested they have responded within a few days. I’m running TrafficBotPro V2v1.6.3. It is a bot but it does mimic human behaviour. My reason for using it was to help build or maintain Search Engine rank during a time when no one is likely to be booking any motorcycle tours due to cororavirus situation. I dont need people to buy right now, in fact we are turning folks away until the virus situation is under control.
Anyway, this is my observation of how it has performed though any suggestions you can make that will improve results would be much appreciated.
I have 250 keywords for my site. I have near identical settings for Bing, Google and Yahoo to search for those keywords, select a result (if found) and move onto another page on the site. At the tail end of 2019 the site averaged around the mid 30’s for the keyword collection on all 3 search engines. That started to drop around February as did site traffic. Since starting with TrafficBotPro results have significantly improved on Bing and Yahoo. Bing averages #7 with only 11 keywords outside the top 10 and all others ranking page1. On Yahoo the site now averages #6 with only 7 keywords not in the top 10. Google on the other hand has progressively dropped falling from an average of 33 to 49 with 22 not even in the top 100!
What adds to this dilemma is that yesterday I my TrafficBorPro programme had 87 successful results on Google and 145 failures. My Google Analytics supports this showing 248 Organic Searches (the others being 30 from Bing, 17 from Yahoo and the other 114 assumed to be genuine). However, in my Google Search Console under Performance is shows the site having 794 Total Impressions and only 4 Total Clicks. It is evident therefore that Google isn’t counting the clicks, not even those assumed to be genuine!
Some days are better than others. Over the past week we have appeared in 4.93K Impressions resulting in 128 Clicks but overall the reported results suggest that Google is ignoring much of our traffic, even genuine traffic, which makes me wonder if TrafficBotPro is contributing to this worsening position.
In the settings for Google I begin with 19 page variations to go to differing inner pages once the site is found. The 250 Keywords are randomly selected and load time is set from 2000 – 15000 milliseconds. Mouse move time is 1-3 seconds and move and click set to 50-100px a natural mix of user agents is chosen and all traffic is through a rotating proxy that refreshes every 5 minutes with a new residential IP. The time spent on the site is from 10-90 seconds (our genuine traffic tends to stay much longer), the time between searches 5-15 minutes and the time between search pages 3-15 seconds. The settings for Bing and Yahoo are similar but the search interval is far slower to reflect the lower use of these search engines.
In short, I am conducting a low volume of searches across the full 24 hours and so not driving high volumes of traffic to my site. I am using a new residential proxy every search from various locations around the globe. Bing and Yahoo appear to think this traffic is legitimate and have improved the rank as a result, but something is happening at Google that is proving detrimental and I cannot quite figure out want that is. My suspicions are that they are able to detect this traffic as being from a bot and are penalising the site to such an extent that they are even discounting the legitimate clicks. Could this be right, if not have you any ideas?

I dont understand what you mean https://www.blackhatworld.com/members/laur-laurix.668661/
I don’t understand what you mean laur.laurix. Not in with the jargon that might be used herein. Can you please explain?
Format your post bro is eye hurting….u shared some useful info but no one will read it becuase of the format.

I don’t understand what you mean laur.laurix. Not in with the jargon that might be used herein. Can you please explain?

Thank you for the advice, I’ll try to edit it.
unless you’re intent on making pennies through low-quality websites with low-quality ads, you should avoid any form of traffic that includes the word “bot” anywhere near it.
Ordinarily I’d agree with you Novareiugf22655 but the situation we are faced with right now is that as a tour operator we are to all intents and purposes closed for business. From the moment the virus hit Europe we saw a drop in site traffic and a corresponding drop in search ranking. The action I’m taking it to try and turn this adversity to advantage because my competitors will be in the same position, so, if I can appear to maintain traffic flow and clicks from search engine results it should help to improve my rank. Therefore, as and when travel restrictions are lifted and folks start to book tours again we should be in a stronger position than might otherwise have been the case.
Novareiugf22655, also note that we have no external advertising on our site. We only sell our own tours.
1) I want to thank you for such a complete report on the work of the program. I wanted to buy it myself, but nowhere did I find a job report from the owner of the site or business.
2) Google really does not like proxy searches, so Google Search Console does not take them into account. For Google Search Console, only residential IP’s are relevant.
Save your money…

I purchased the software, paid full price…

Firstly, no manual of any kind, no ‘help’ or manual within the software or online.

Secondly, depends on what you class as ‘traffic’, the traffic provided by TBP is bot traffic, so no interaction, no real engagement, definitely no leads/conversions.

I believe they have released an updated version, I’ve not even bothered to download the update, and I’ve not tried to use the software since the 1st day I ‘attempted’ to get it to work, I genuinely regret parting with my money for it…

What I will say, is that they do offer support, but it’ll take an email or two to get it, and even then they will just want to RDP into your computer and attempt to set up your campaigns for you, still no instruction on how the overly complicated software works

So it doesnt work for cpa?

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