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We're pleased to announce that starting today, you can pay for your campaigns with Bitcoin.
Wait. So What is Bitcoin?
Many people find Bitcoin somewhat confusing. Quite simply, Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer online financial network that people use to send payments from one person to another and it's also a digital currency (also called Bitcoin). The bitcoin network functions without the intermediation of a central authority. The managing of transactions and the issuing of Bitcoins is carried out collectively by the network.
Why pay with Bitcoin?
Customers from around the world can check out with digital currency.
The currency works just like cash.
Transactions are secure and meet the highest standards for ecommerce security.
Learn more about Bitcoin:
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Since yesterday afternoon, approximately at 2 PM, we began to see signs of an attack called "Distributed Brute Force" trying to gain access to any of out user's accounts.
Since we work with CloudFlare to prevent such attacks that could allow access to private information, we immediately turned on a strong barrier that completely blocks access to the site when it detects that the hit is not from a real user. During that period some users may have seen a page telling them to hold a few seconds to access FullTraffic while performing some extra checks. After that first check no extra filtering was needed (no extra delay).
A "Brute Force" attack attempts to guess user passwords using any possible combination. However, we found that the attacker was testing various email addresses and not one specifically nor even those used by our users, so that makes success in this type of attack almost impossible.
A few minutes after having detected the attack, we...
Web traffic provider FullTraffic today announced the redesign of its homepage. Following the announcement that it would be discontinuing its Global Traffic feature, the ad network modified the look of the site to reflect its new product changes. On top of that, the site now sports a better, more engaging design and layout.
Users have noted that the site revamp makes use of space more effectively. The layout looks less cluttered and crowded, and it is now easier to read.
“The new design gives users a better and cleaner browsing experience,” said FullTraffic CEO Federico Einhorn . He mentioned that a lot of work was put into the recent site overhaul. According to the CEO, the company factored in the latest web design trends along with user feedback to come up with the changes. “A lot of research and countless revisions took place, but it was all worth it, since we’ve been getting great comments about the new design,” he said.
FullTraffic, the go-to company of advertisers who need to buy traffic , today announced that it will stop offering Global Traffic on July 1, 2013. The move will enable the company to deliver better and higher converting traffic to its customers.
Current Global Traffic campaigns will continue to run until completed, and customers with Global campaigns can turn on their auto-renew feature if they want to keep them running on their accounts. However, new Global Traffic orders will no longer be taken after the month of June.
A Move to Improve Traffic Quality for Users
The decision to discontinue Global Traffic has been on the table for the past several months. FullTraffic has been taking steps to improve the quality of its products as well as the experience of advertisers and publishers in its network.
“We’ve been working hard to take FullTraffic to the next level, and our Global Traffic product just doesn’t meet the new high standards that we’ve...
Leading website traffic provider FullTraffic is now accepting applications for guest authors who wish to contribute unique, informative and actionable content to the company’s blog.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) June 03, 2013
FullTraffic, an ad network that provides global and targeted website traffic for businesses today announced that it is actively searching for writers to contribute to its blog. Individuals who wish to apply can submit their information at http://www.fulltraffic.net/blog/contributor.
Aside from offering the opportunity to be part of a talented and esteemed pool of authors, contributors will also get a chance to showcase their work in front of FullTraffic’s wide audience. Additionally, guest bloggers who perform exceptionally well may be eligible to receive competitive compensation down the line.
“We’re very excited to be offering this opportunity to industry members who wish to share their knowledge and experiences with...
Need an additional revenue stream that puts more money in your pocket? Want to spread the word about great products and services to your audience? Then check out the FullTraffic affiliate program. Open to the vast majority of site owners, this program will enable you to earn generous commissions just by promoting FullTraffic’s products and services.
What you get
Affiliates are entitled to 20% commission for each successful referral. Payments are issued within the first 10 days of every month.
There are no minimum payout thresholds, which is great news for you because it means that you’ll be able to receive your earnings no matter how much you have in your account. Unlike other affiliate programs, we won’t let you wait or jump through hoops just to get the money that YOU rightfully earned.
What’s more, there are no limits to the number of referrals that you can bring in so there’s virtually no cap to how much you can...
Buying traffic is probably the easiest way to get traffic to your site. You don't have to mess around with SEO, you don't have to pay agency fees and hope for the best. All you have to do is worry about the marketing message. There's just one problem. Most paid campaigns shut off the spigot when your campaign is over. Yes, you can turn it back on but, if you're running a massive campaign, that can be a big pain in the butt.
Auto-Renew: Making Traffic Generation Even Easier
Now you can opt to auto-renew your traffic campaigns once they are fully delivered. Every time a campaign is renewed, you pay the lowest possible price for that campaign and your credit card on file is charged automatically for you. But, we don't want to push you into anything. That's why all campaigns come with "auto-renew" turned off by default. That way, you control how much traffic is sent to your site.
To activate the service, just go to "Live Stats" (a...
Full-page ads are a simple and highly-effective way to offer your services or products to specific target audiences.
At FullTraffic, we deliver fast and affordable solutions to your business by providing you with one of the world’s largest full-page networks out there.
How does it work?
Display interactive ads which highlight your best benefits, products or services.
Full-page ads take up the whole screen, which enables you to get your message right on the spotlight.
Got a new product? Show it.
Got a new service? Offer it!
Let users see you without clicking; drive them towards your experience without effort and make your investment count.
To top it off, it’s extremely easy to use: Build an engaging page - load up your URL - and let the ad work its magic.
How to use it
What does your business’ campaign need? Reach? Performance? We got it.
Set a reach campaign to amplify your...
Earlier the 24th, around 10 am EST, we received an email from a Gmail user saying something like "I WILL KILL YOUR SITE - PAY **** to **** OR I WILL KILL YOUR SITE". We thought it was a joke, an hour later, we were hit with a denial-of-service attack targeting all our services. And it was a pretty hard one.
Our Website went offline for about 18 hours while they were attacking. We started working immediately to mitigate the attack and applied several rules to stop it. The attack lasted until the next morning, although we were able to reinstate the Website that night.
Now, as our main Website runs under CloudFlare's network and they automatically block any strange behavior, you may get a captcha challenge if you are browsing too fast or if your computer is compromised with a Virus (while the current security level is set to "HIGH", which we are planning to downgrade once everything is cooled down).
We are hoping this does not happen again, however,...