Darren Olander

Unlimited Free Traffic All Month For 10 Minutes Of Your Time

June 4, 2015 Industry

  A huge advantage to List Surfing is that even though you can surf web pages, or read email ads, for a long time and get increased rewards and bonuses for larger volume.. you don’t have to if you don’t want to or just don’t have hours to commit. To help those who want to […]

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Why a “Start Page”?

August 20, 2012 Training

There are elements you see quite common among traffic exchanges. Beyond the obvious “surfing”, credits, timers, and banner ads, there is another feature that many leading traffic exchange offer; Start Pages. What’s a “Start Page”? Simple. It is one of the first (typically 1st, 2nd, or 3rd) pages you see when you begin surfing at […]

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Are people really bookmarking sites?

April 27, 2012 Industry

A seemingly insignificant function on ListSurfing and many other traffic exchanges is the ability to “bookmark” sites as you surf. Bookmarking allows you to save a site that you visit while surfing so that later on, whenever you wish, you can revisit that site. Sometimes you may see a product that interests you or a […]

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New and not sure where to begin?

March 6, 2012 News

Concepts like traffic exchanges aren’t entirely intuitive if you’re new. We know that some new members have never used a traffic exchange before, and particularly one like ours. Like anything new there can be a learning curve. Now, you’ll find a series of “Getting Started” steps to help walk you through the process. It isn’t […]

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New Squeeze Pages that will Knock Your Socks Off

February 22, 2012 News

We love it when a plan comes together to help you bring in new members, referrals and growth. When you launch a new website for the public to use sometimes there are important components to it which are either forgotten or pushed off until later. We realize our splash page, while not even branded to […]

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Case Sensitive Passwords, Log-in

February 9, 2012 News

Having a strong password, as described in an earlier post, can save you from a long list of problems such as losing commissions, having your skype account hijacked and losing access to your email account. Yes, all three examples have happened to countless people unfortunately. One fault of creating a password is using all lowercase […]

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Earned Commissions and Getting Paid

February 3, 2012 News

Affiliates are the heart of how we grow ListSurfing. When you refer new members we reward you in a few ways, one of which is a sale commission. Anytime one of your referrals upgrades or pays another month or year for their membership you’re rewarded with a % of the sale price. Of course this […]

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Web Browser and Subsequent Version

January 11, 2012 Industry

Web technology is a fast changing world. As a website owner you are faced with the challenge of maintaining a presence across several, uncontrollable environments for potentially thousands of customers. One of the most important things to consider in today’s market is user experience – if a customer is unhappy, they’ll move on to your […]

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Surfing Images: More frequent, More opportunity

December 5, 2011 News

Have you surfed at all today? You may have noticed a small but valuable change we’ve made in the surf area. Normally you would see the “Anti-Cheat” image appear on every screen while surfing. While our goal was to help protect against cheaters, we feel as though a change was due to be a little […]

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New Thumbnail solution – Say goodbye to blank, white thumbs/images

November 25, 2011 News

Today is Thanksgiving and, despite being a Holiday, we’ve worked to share with you some good news for the week! Since we relaunched in August, we’ve been dealing with a somewhat infamous problem: the white, blank thumbnail. You see this far more often than we ever thought would be the case, and unfortunately it has […]

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