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Welcome to The NWT Traffic Network.
This is an exciting new concept in traffic exchange networking. NWT Traffic Network
provides a central program through which approved traffic exchanges may "share"
traffic with each other.
Here's how it works:
The Webmaster of the traffic exchange adds a small interface script to his
or her exchange. This script tells the NWT Traffic Network program how and where the
Webmaster want the views shared. It allows the program to "see" the user id
and webpage URL that is to be shared with another traffic exchange. No
personal information about the traffic exchange member is ever divulged with
The Webmaster may choose to allow manual and/or auto surf exchanges to view
pages from his or her exchange. And he or she may set the minimum amount of
time for the page to be viewed through an area provided on the NWT Traffic Network home
The interface script "pulls," or exports, a user id and website URL from the
member traffic exchange's database. It then "sends," or imports, that site
to another traffic exchange to be viewed by a member there. And it imports
pages for viewing from other traffic exchanges to the exchanges that you
surf. There are currently 25 sites which are member exchanges in NWT Traffic Network.
Now for the BIG questions:
"What in this for me?"
Well, that's really quite simple. When you surf the exchanges that you
normally would, you accrue your usual credits for those exchanges. If those
exchanges are members of NWT Traffic Network (which we will presume they are if you are
reading this), the x amount of page views that you earn are viewed on the
exchange where you earn them, AND "shared" with other exchanges for viewing.
By sharing your web pages with other exchanges you get more exposure and more
chances to acquire new members in your down line or program. And you get more
opportunity to make sales if you are selling products or services. Some of
the network traffic exchanges may not be a part of your regular surfing
schedule. This can give you more resources for new viewers. It's a no-brainer
when you think about it. It's like having one HUGE traffic exchange to
promote your websites to, without having to work harder.
"But what if I don't want my websites shown on other traffic exchanges?"
That's very simple, too. The Webmaster has, at his or her option, a page
that will allow him or her to opt-in or opt-out individual members of the
exchange. So if you want to join exchanges where you see the NWT Traffic Network logo,
ask the Webmasters whether or not they have chosen to make this option
available to the members.
"How do I know if I'm looking at a page from another exchange?"
If a page view has been imported from another exchange, you will see an added
"box" that comes up as a part of the page you're viewing. The box clearly
states that the site is brought to you by NWT Traffic Network and
whichever traffic exchange from which it has been imported. It does not
interfere with your surfing or credit accrual. And it's quite user-friendly. It will provide you with all of the above-mentioned information plus a way
to report the site which you are viewing, should it cause you problems. It
also gives you a way to open the page that you are viewing in a new window.
Should you have any further questions, contact your Webmaster through the
contact form provided on the exchange. Any questions that he or she cannot
answer may be sent to the owner/creator of NWT Traffic Network who is available by direct
contact from the Webmasters.