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What’s Your Traffic Exchange Growth Plan?

I was skimming through some of the training we set up inside of ClickTrackProfit for new and experienced traffic exchange owners and I came across the download for the TE Owners Handbook.

For those that might not know, this was the manuscript that a huge chunk of successful TE owner’s read when it was released way back in 2007 and has been updated throughout the years.

It’s a 40 page report on the in’s and out’s of traffic exchange ownership and shameless self promotion time – It’s available for free once you complete the TE owners training modules inside of CTP!

Enough about the glory days…I was reading chapter 10 of the report and I discussed ‘planning your attack‘ for growth and growing your business.

Back in the day, traffic exchange growth was almost automatic, so training like this I think is crucial in today’s day and age.

Why? Because if you fail to plan..You plan to fail!

Corny? Maybe, but the advice is so important.

In the chapter I asked students to lay out a plan for how many members they wanted to have in their traffic exchange after;

1 Month
3 Months
6 Months
& 1 Full Year

What the exercise was designed to do was to get owners into the habit of planning their targets and goals for their business. And reviewing their progress after one month, 3 months , 6 months and a year.

What did this do?

It allowed them to judge how well (or poorly) they were doing compared to what they envisioned their business would be at.

And it was hugely successful because if an owner wasn’t at his one month goal, he or she busted their tail to make sure they reached their 3rd month goal.

This may seem like wishy washy business practices but it’s super powerful. In my other blog Plus1Daily we discuss personal development and success thinking, and that’s a HUGE part of that kind of training. We must ENVISION where we want to be and make the game plan to achieve it.

Write it down!

Write down how many members (or subscribers) you want to reach after a month, after 3 months etc…And you will start making business decisions based on how to achieve those goals you set today.

Keep yourself accountable, if you are not hitting those targets you laid out today look at your marketing. Dig into your business to see where you can improve to build a bigger membership.

This game plan for growth works! I’ve seen it happen and be used by dozens of successful traffic exchanges. But the plan won’t work if you don’t roll up your sleeves and get to work!

Do it now!!! Seriously, you’ll be glad you made your growth goal plan today in a year from now 🙂

P.S. Just a quick reminder. Every Sunday night we will be hosting a live training seminar in the Traffic Exchange Group on Facebook Live. Its 100% free to attend and I know you are going to love it!

Be sure to first join our group in Facebook and set a reminder for 9pm Eastern time! We’ll be going over how to market your traffic exchange and grow your businesses using these remarkable programs!

Jon Olson

I'm Jon Olson, I've been publishing Hit Exchange News since 2003 and been involved in the traffic exchange industry since...Well, the beginning :) I'd love to network with you as you browse the pulse of the traffic exchange industry! I am also a HUGE fan of reading your comments. I will respond to every single one! Poke around and enjoy the 'News! And thanks for hanging out...

4 thoughts to “What’s Your Traffic Exchange Growth Plan?”

  1. Great post Jon. It would also be great for anyone thinking of starting a TE as most that do these days are not doing it the right way. No log in offers and the other day I found a new one that you could not even upgrade at. So sad.

    1. Thanks Eric, yeah that happens a ton. And people wonder why ownership isn’t what it used to be. We used to spend hours a day in live chats and seminars talking about building great offers….Hopefully we get back to that on Sunday nights 🙂

    1. Never do man, never stop. Think about what you learn today will help you versus the competition in the months and years to come. Most owners think they ‘know it all’ and that hurts them long term

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