If you accept it when your business is going slowly or not going anywhere at all, then you are going to eventually have to accept that fact that your business failed. You don’t want to do that, do you? However it is true. There are no pixies that will come in the night and rescue you.
It is your business, and your responsibility if you want to make it grow. Sometimes it may go on its own volition based on past action you may have taken to promote it. However more often than not if you do not pay attention to what you are doing it is just going to fizzle out and you will eventually just give up.
When you notice things are taking a downturn you need to take action. It is actually so critical that you do that it almost doesn’t matter what it is. If it has to be free, cheap, strange, whatever – you need to do something to get it going again.
There will be times like this where you really don’t have appreciable money to invest and this is when you need to get creative and even do tedious things like clicking schemes such as traffic exchanges. There are a ton you can join for free and earn advertising credits just by clicking and reading ads. It can get really boring – but if that is all you have going for you – go for it!
While banner exchanges and traffic exchanges typically have a rather low rate of conversion, it does not matter and should be employed if that is your only choice. There are also traffic exchanges where you can buy for example a $10 package of advertising credits so that your ad will be shown a certain number of times depending on their pricing. If you can do that it may help.
Again though if you have to click ads manually then be sure to reserve a certain number of hours to do this daily, and just do it. If you click 100 ads to get one person to read your ad and potentially become one customer, then you have done something positive for your business. There is even a chance that this person will also attract another customer and you know this is how a matrix is built.
Just don’t sit there, get clickin’!