Traffic. Regardless of what scarcity mindset you might have adopted about traffic, it’s quite abundant online. You’re probably familiar with popular networks such as Google AdWords and Bing and Facebook. Those are known as top tier traffic networks and usually charge premium prices. However, there are dozens and dozens of other places that you can buy real human visitors.
Another type of network is what is known as second tier traffic networks. And one of the largest and most popular is 7search. This is a great network if you are brand new to the PPC (pay per click) marketing game since these smaller networks are usually more helpful with their support and also more accepting when it comes to promoting certain types of offers and more forgiving if you accidentally mess up or break their rules.
So, if you are just getting started with PPC, 7Search is a good place to start. Once you are comfortable with 7Search you can explore Bing, and then from there AdWords. The one tip I would HIGHLY recommend though if you are serious about succeeding in pay per click advertising is making sure you invest in a good tracking solution, to help you measure the ROI of your campaigns, scale up quickly, and so that you’re working smarter not harder.