Media Traffic Meltdown

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Media Traffic MeltdownMedia Traffic Meltdown by Cindy Battye and Soren Jordansen is a course on getting traffic to your website.

The course consists of over 5 hours video training that teach how to get a lot of cheap traffic via media buying (banner advertising). In addition to videos it contains pdf manuals and mind maps. All videos are divided into modules and cover the basics as well as advanced topics.

Media Traffic Meltdown teaches everything you need know to use media buying effectively – how to identify your target audience, how to set up campaigns, how to optimize them, how to use different advertising networks, and more.

Media Traffic Meltdown also contains training on how to monetize the traffic you get with list building, CPA, Clickbank and other affiliate programs.

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6 Responses to “Media Traffic Meltdown”
  1. Ryan Says:

    Thanks for the review man. I saw the landing page and was intrigued by Media Traffic Meltdown, but I wasn’t sure what it was. These professional IMers are great at generating hype and interest and some put out great products, but they do their best to obscure what it is they are actually selling on their squeeze pages. Anyways, I saw this site in the SERPs when I was looking for a breakdown of the program, and I’m glad I found this. If I buy it, I’ll definitely get it from you. Thanks man.

  2. Ron Says:

    After many emails from many different people about Media traffic Meltdown , I decided to investigate it further. I can not find anything negative about it anywhere so if it works as they say, then it will be the next best thing for internet marketing.

  3. Jewellery Singapore Says:

    I reckon when the tool says media buying, it means placing advertising banners on high-traffic websites right? Will investigate further and hopefully it will boost sales to actual products and not just digital products.

    Thanks for the review.

  4. admin Says:

    Yes, that’s what media buying means.

  5. Francis Says:

    I purchased MTM and followed all the instructions. I got into the best EPC programs (nothing bellow $400), I bought ads in Facebook, Project wonderful, Adware etc…) I pushed 5 programs simultaneously throughout the world and I registered 1000’s of clicks and here are the results:


    Yes out of all those clicks not one single sale not one but plenty of expenses. Don’t loose your money and time.

  6. admin Says:

    What is your offer, Francis? 1000’s of clicks and no sales can only mean one thing – your offer sucks. You don’t need 1000’s of clicks to test it, 100-200 is more than enough. If it doesn’t convert, change the offer, don’t keep kicking a dead horse. And focus on one offer at a time, not 5 simultaneously.

    Furthermore, if you push programs as an affiliate, like thousands of other affiliates do, you will always fail. Sending paid traffic to affiliate offers is a big no-no. If you want to make this work you must have a unique offer.

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