Easy to Use
Discover the Traffic Ivy by Cindy Donovan in this review. Traffic Ivy claims to be a solution to get traffic to your blog, website or Youtube Videos. The traffic can be free based on a points system, or you can buy credits or get a monthly subscription for the higher plans.
So I went ahead and bought into Traffic Ivy to see what it is all about and whether I can recommend it to my wonderful readers or not!
When you login, you will see the dashboard which looks like this:
This is where you will manage all of your posting. You can choose to have your articles posted on blogs, Facebook posts/pages/groups — apparently real people which is nice.
You can also have posts on:
Twitter / Pinterest / Reddit and Linkedin — all real posts on real accounts.
The way how it works is that as a member, you can choose the price you are willing to pay. Other members can choose what they are willing to publish or share ads for.
I do like that you get stats on this stuff, so you’re not in the dark if it gets posted or not. The stats are pretty robust too.
Here’s how much the points system costs
- Option 1: $9.97 for 2,000 points – choice of traffic
- Option 2: $29.97 for 5,000 points – choiceof traffic
Option 3: $49.97 for 10,000 points — choice of traffic
Just so you know, there are pesky upsells on Traffic IVY
OTO#1 — Traffic Ivy Pro Subscription — $27/month to $47/month
For the Pro subscription, you can choose between the Gold Package @ 5000 points a month or the Platinum Package — 10,000 points per month.
When you join this is what you’ll see as the upsell for the pro version which includes a video explaining it all:
OTO #2 — Traffic Ivy Kickstart Bundle — $97
For a one-time fee of $97, you can have (created by you) a fully hosted wordpress blog that includes built in lead generation forms that are connected to managed affiliate marketing lists. It comes with built in monetization and 5 “done-for-you” fully managed landing page systems.
You probably don’t need to bother with this if you have a blog(s) already but not a bad idea if you are new as it can help.
OTO #3 — Traffic Ivy Agency — $197
This option if you buy it — allows you to create unlimited sub-user/client accounts. Traffic points can be distributed among sub accounts.
OTO #4 — Traffic Ivy Reseller — $297
Here you can act as a reseller and sell an unlimited number of accounts and earn 100% of any future funnel sales.
Cindy will honour any refunds so you get 30 days to try it out. I’ve never asked for a refund from any of Cindy’s products before but have never heard of any complaints in regards to refunds from her I think this is safe to say it’s 100% risk free.
My Thoughts on Traffic Ivy
I would not use this service on a client site unless you are posting to social media only. Traffic Ivy could work well with affiliate sites and other blogs.
The only concern I have is the quality of sites that you will be posting on. You need to make sure they are relevant and have no penalites and are decent authority sites. If you know how to check for this, then Traffic Ivy could be a good resource to cut down on the heavy costs of linking these days.
With that being said, I think this software is going to be huge and a great resource for those that need traffic but don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for it.