Try Blogrush Widget for Free Referral Traffic Till 10 Levels

You might have noticed a shiny new widget on the sidebar. This is a widget that I am trying out that claims to increase your site traffic exponentially by distribution of your latest blog post titles across a network of related blogs. And the best part is it works through 10 levels of referral!

When the widget loads on your site, you earn “syndication credits”, that leads to your blog post titles being shown on a similar widget on another related blog based on their own traffic. Well a lot of blog widgets do this stuff that leads to traffic exchange and some clicks depending on how well you blend the widget to your site. But that is not the reason why Blogrush seems like it could turn out to be a winner.

10 Levels of Free Referral Traffic

The best part of this deal is the next ten levels of free referrals which gives you a chance to increase your traffic exponentially.

Here is how Blogrush it works – lets say you have a brand new site which gets 10 pageviews a day, and some big blogger with 20000 page views adds the Blogrush widget referred from your site. Now those 20000 syndication credits get added to your account everyday (which would have been a mere 10 per day otherwise) when the widget loads on the big site. Now hundreds of other bloggers sign up from the referral link on the big blog, and guess what – all those credits which these secondary referrals generate also get added to your account and this goes on till the next 10 levels which is amazing. So even a new site has the potential to showcase their content on millions of sites. You just need to get in early before everyone has this widget on their site.

Go ahead and grab the Blogrush widget. So this gives a good opportunity to all bloggers, big or small to generate some extra site traffic for free. I have installed the widget today and lets see how the statistics turn out. I hope they provide a way to change the color of the widget to blend it better with site web designs (or many blogger might choose not to use it). If they can handle the traffic well (an do it the right way), I can forsee these widgets on a lot of sites soon…

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About the Author: P Chandra is editor of QOT, one of India's earliest tech bloggers since 2004. A tech enthusiast with expertise in coding, WordPress, web tools, SEO and DIY hacks.