RT Rebrandable Traffic Review
How to get web traffic is a challenge for every blogger and every internet marketer. You've written up an extraordinary content only to see a few visitors coming to your site, is disheartening. Yes there are a lot of web traffic service providers around in order to bring visitors to your site. But of course the costs will be involved. So which providers are giving us decent services? Without ripping us off?
Today I have picked Rebrandable Traffic, and I'm going to try it myself now.
RT Rebrandable Traffic - What Is It?
Rebrandable Traffic is a web traffic distribution system. It has a partnership with traffic networks covering the total of over 31,000 websites across the world, and redirect their visitors to your site.
it's hard to believe. It's not like they can list up all 31,000 names, there are about 50 main traffic sources listed. Including Google Adwards, Bing/Yahoo, Facebook Ads, Reddit Ads, LinkedIn Ads, Infolinks, Microsoft Ad Network... Advertising.com... All the names in the list are linked to the relevant site. So I guess I just have to trust this bit.
How Does It Work?
Registration with Rebranded Traffic is free. Then put simply, you pay $8 for 1,000 visitors.
You first set a campaign and enter your keywords such as "affiliate marketing" "work from home" - up to 10 keywords are allowed. As the traffic comes in to RT from a multitude of websites, it is "rebranded", and the ones matched up with your keywords will be redirected to your website.
Doesn't it sound appealing to you now? It does to me, only $8 to get 1,000 visitors come in to your site - unless you already have thousands of visitors every day.
Very easy. I'm glad it's very easy as I don't like any complications while I'm not certain if it really works.
 You first go to the "CREDITS" menu, and pay the minimum amount required for now. Although the more you pay, the less cost per visitor to you as shown in the table below.
- $8 per 1,000 visitors ($0.008 per visitor)
- $30 per 5,000 visitors ($0.006 per visitor)
- $45 per 10,000 visitors ($0.0045 per visitor)
- $88 per 25,000 visitors ($0.00352 per visitor)
- $125 per 50,000 visitors ($0.0025 per visitor)
- $200 per 100,000 visitors ($0.002 per visitor)
- $900 per 500,000 visitors ($0.0018 per visitor)
 Set your campaign. Go to "MY CAMPAIGNS" menu, then click "Create Campaign".
"Campaign Name" is any name for your own reference. It can be your website URL, it can be today's date.
"Destination URL" is the page you want the visitors to be directed to. It can be a specific post, otherwise your main URL. If you choose a specific post/page, then Campaign Name can be the name of the page. Don't forget to put the full address including http://
"Traffic Origin URL" - leave it as it is (set as rebrandabletraffic.com)
"Campaign Visitor Limit" - how many visitors to visit your site right now, so if you put 500, then after the 500th visitor's been directed to your site, it stops. Then you'll still have 500 credits left in your account. When the number of the visitors has reached the limit, you'll receive an email notification.
"Traffic Types" - lets leave all checked.
And click "Save Campaign" button.
The image above is within a minute after I clicked to start the campaign. On the right-hand side, there are three buttons [START | EDIT | DELETE]. I clicked START. So the status is shown in green as "Running", #Visitors is 2. Within a minute 2 visitors have already been directed to my site.
That's all, I guess it depends on the time of the day and the niche of your site. I ran it at 9pm (EST) on Thursday and, by 11pm I received just over 300 visitors.
You can click [STOP] any time to top the visitors coming in temporarily, then click start again until the number reaches its limit.
There is an extra feature where you can view the detail of your pages that have been visited, and how long each visitor spent on your site, also the visitor's IP address. This is a bonus, allowing you to track their moves.
Power of Alexa Booster
Alexa is a ranking system just like Google, set by alexa.com (subsidiary of Amazon). Alexa's algorithm is calculated based on the amount of traffic recorded only from users with Alexa toolbar installed on their browser.
Meaning the more visitors with Alexa toolbar installed visit your site, the better your site will be ranked. That also means Alexa ignores traffic from users without Alexa Toolbar.
What RT does is, it injects a piece of code into the server that sends information to Alexa, to appear as if any of your visitors via RT has Alexa Toolbar installed on their browser. So every visit to your website via RT will be notified to Alexa, and this will improve your ranking over time (Alexa's data recording period is 3 months in average).
This is all done automatically, so you don't have to set it up separately or pay extra.
Free Trial - Bonus Credit
Registration is free and it won't take you a couple of minutes. And as soon as you confirm your email address, you'll receive a 100 credit bonus upon registration, i.e. 100 visitors worth of traffic which you can try.
Rebrandable Traffic Review - Here's My Verdict
Rating: I would give 8 out of 10
I'm actually very pleased and just paid a further $45 to bring 10,000 more visitors in, spread over 4 x websites that I own.
Whether you need more than one campaign is up to you, but I realize I don't really need it. Just like turning a tap on & off, you can get the traffic flood in for a few hours, then stop. Whenever you want and whichever site or particular page you want by typing in the URL.
I can see what other pages people visit more often within my site and how long they spend. Improve the less popular pages and get the traffic in to test it again. You could test someone else's pages if you wanted to - to see how long people spend in popular sites comparing to yours. Checking your visitors' movements is achievable by Google Analytics, but not in a matter of hours like with RT.
The only issue can be that, the traffic is directed to your site globally. One of my websites is mainly targeted at UK audience, so in such circumstances RT may not be particularly useful.
Any thoughts, please don't hesitate to leave a comment!