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A popunder is the opposite of a pop-up. Instead of “popping up” when you go to a website, a popunder is concealed under the window of the website until the user clicks out of that window. Then, the popunder, which is itself a window, stays right there for the user to see.

Popunder traffic brings about a high conversion to sales – much more so than banner ads or popups – in part because they are always up-to-date. Besides, they’re maintenance-free; once you set them up, you don’t have to do anything more.

Another good reason to use popunders is that you will get results faster. When you use the search-engine approach to drive traffic to your site, it takes a long time before the crawlers get around to your site and index all of your pages.

A good way to get traffic to your website sooner rather than later is to buy it. Generally speaking, avoid banner ads at the top of other website pages. Few people ever click on those. Besides, emailing webmasters and trying to get them to trade links with you is not only time-consuming but demeaning. You can get traffic quickly by buying popunder traffic. When you do, your web page will be displayed to as many people as you choose, and will piggyback on web pages that people visit regularly.

Once they click out of the website they were viewing, yours is there. You have visitors to your site, and if your website design is what it should be, you can convert those visitors into sales. And, it’s instantaneous! Use a real-time stat counter, and you will be able to see how many people are visiting your website. In addition, by choosing the websites your popunder will be attached to, you can select those visitors who are more likely to be attracted to what you’re offering.

This post was written by

Chris Robertson – who has written posts on Website Promotion Strategy.
I have been doing SEO for 15yrs now! Chris Robertson

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