How Marketing Professionals succeed with Click Thru Marketing

     On today’s marketing landscape Marketing Professionals value both return on investment (R.O.I.) and the   value of a value proposition.  If I offered to look at, review or view your website or blog, would you do the same in return for me?

  What if I told you that you could have your website or blog viewed by a responsive clientbase of over 5,000 internet marketing enthusiasts and bonafide marketing professionals?

  Since you are on one of the most popular marketing websites in the blogosphere and on the internet how about if I sweeten the information and let you know that there is a place that combines powerful blogging technology along with website traffic generation in a unique mix that I call “Click Thru Marketing

  In my most recent post on the Traffic Dynamite Blog I go into greater detail about how and why the combination of this creative technology came about.

  The main reason for this post is to inform you of this enhancement of two completely different traffic generation techniques fused into one location that you can use to explode your website or blogs visibility all over the internet and blogosphere.

What are you waiting for click one of the links above and leave me a comment about what you consider to be an effective traffic generation technique?

To Your Click Thru Marketing Success,

The Marketing Professional

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Free Blog Traffic Not Like It Used to Be

A couple of years ago when blogs were blowing up like fireworks on the 4th of July blog traffic exchanges poped up as well. They were a great way to get no cost traffic to any blog and they would also create some loyal readers if your blog had good content.

Many blog marketers have since moved on and found different ways of driving traffic to their blogs, some have even abandoned the traditional blog for the micro blogging platforms of Twitter and FaceBook.

Being a click thru marketer I truly enjoy traffic exchanges of many types and yes I was still surfing on blog exchanges until very recently however it appears that they are going the way of the dinosour so to speak and here’s why. One of my favorite blog exchanges “Blog Soldiers” is no longer online, I had a good sized downline that was active, a sizeable credit surplus and yes I was even owed comissions however it appears that the owner just pulled the plug without notification – that was quite irresponsible and not a best business practice that I recomend for other marketing professionals.

Then two days ago I got a message from “Blog Explosion” that they denied this blog because it had to much of a marketing theme. No crap, it’s a Professional Marketing blog. I immediately canceled my account and do not recomend their service to anyone any longer.

So what’s a blog surfer to do? Here is what I recomend, come on over to and add all the blogs you want, especially marketing blogs! I am telling you, there is nothing like a good old fashioned traffic exchange to get some traffic and readers to your blog.

I know that social media is all the rage these days but I still like click thru marketing and traffic exchanges so:

“Long Live the Click!”

Always to your success,

Mark “The Marketing Professional” Brown

Time tested success and leadership quote

I reached back into the archives of a previous blog and what I came across is a terrific success quote that I would like to share with you from a man that was born in 1874 and died in the early 1900’s, his name was Oswald Chambers and here is his quote:

Not every man can carry a full cup.  Sudden evalutation frequently leads to pride and a fall.  The most exacting test of all to survive is prosperity.”

Do you have a success mindset?

Do you know what it takes to get one?

Do you know what it takes to start, run, and successfuly survive success as Mr. Chambers describes above?

Stick with me because there is more to come, I have much to share – leave your thoughts by commenting or sharing your toughts on one of the following social marketing sites:

Mark Edward Brown
“The Marketing Professional”