FullTraffic Unveils New Auto-Renew Feature that Makes Traffic Generation Easier for Advertisers

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People automate things like bill pay and magazine subscriptions all the time, so why should traffic generation be any different? That’s where FullTraffic’s Auto-Renew function comes in; thanks to this new feature, advertisers can put their traffic campaigns on auto-pilot so they can focus on other business activities.

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FullTraffic, one of the leading companies in the traffic-driving market, today announced the release of an Auto-Renew feature for campaigns. This new function allows customers to set their traffic-generation campaigns on auto-pilot, giving them one less thing to worry about. Thanks to Auto-Renew, clients and advertisers can focus more on other aspects of their business or website instead of having to renew their campaigns over and over again.

To activate this new feature, customers simply need to login to their FullTraffic account and switch on the Auto-Renew option on their Live Stats page. This will enable the system to automatically re-activate traffic campaigns and charge the client’s credit card on file with the lowest possible price to keep the campaigns running.

It’s important to note that the auto-renew feature is turned off by default. Customers aren't pushed into trying the function and no action is required from those who aren't interested in putting their campaigns on auto-pilot.

A More Convenient Option for Advertisers

FullTraffic customers already enjoy several convenient options for buying traffic and website advertising, and the Auto-Renew function really takes traffic generation to a whole new level. Because of this new feature, advertisers can benefit from a steady stream of traffic without having to go through the hassles of hands-on maintenance.

Advertisers, especially those who are running massive campaigns, know that it can be inconvenient and unproductive to keep coming back to renew campaigns time and time again. The auto-renew features solves that and helps clients keep their campaigns running as smoothly as possible so they can focus on other key components of their business (such as customer service, marketing, hiring, etc).

Auto-Renew is ideal for clients who already have solid campaigns going. It’s for advertisers and marketers who have already tested and optimized their landing page and are now in need of more traffic.

“This new feature will work best for those with tried and tested campaigns,” said FullTraffic CEO Federico Einhorn, adding that Auto-Renew “serves as a helping hand for clients that need assistance managing traffic flow to their landing page.”

Clients Can Opt In or Out Anytime

One of the things that FullTraffic wants to emphasize is the fact that the Auto-Renew feature is disabled by default, so advertisers are in no way forced to use the feature. Auto-Renew doesn’t come with any strings attached or long-term contracts which means that advertisers can turn it on or off anytime and there won’t be any surprise charges on their credit card bill.

Clients’ Best Interests are Always the Top Priority
Customers who have questions or are on the fence about Auto-Renew can simply contact FullTraffic to discuss their options. The company will not try to sell the feature in any way. Instead, FullTraffic will look at the client's situation and objectively determine if enabling auto-renew is the right move.

“We think it’s a cool feature but we also know that it’s not for everyone,” mentioned Einhorn. “That’s why we would never impose it on our clients if we know that it isn’t the best solution for them.”

About FullTraffic

A leading provider of web traffic for all kinds of businesses, FullTraffic offers various solutions that can help advertisers reach target customers, drive real visitors to their websites, and boost rankings. FullTraffic has an extremely wide reach as it runs its very own ad network comprised by over a million websites. Learn more at http://www.fulltraffic.net.

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