Following the success (or downfall?) of Studiotraffic and 12DailyPro (is it?), I’ve seen an increasing trend of people setting up autosurf website to make quick bucks out of it. IMHO, these autosurf program made a flawed assumption that there will always be new members that join their program to sponsors the current members.
There’s no doubt that people are making money with it, but the question is for how long? OK, just leave that matter someplace else, lets assume that autosurf program is really a money making machine, when put on the web.
But if they are really making quick bucks, then why did they rented a shared hosting space?? Autosurf program hogs the server, and deprive others from enjoying their hosting service. In the end there always be consequences to the webhosting company, whether their users will end up migrating to another provider with greater credibility or kick out the these “quick buck entrepreneur” out from their host.
So please save yourself from the embarrassment. If your “autosurf credit” worth something, go and get a colocation or even a dedicated server for your quick buck program. Or better yet, get a real job instead of ending up like Studiotraffic, bullshitting everybody about their solid and strong autosurf program.
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