How to get more Website Visitors [ 3 Ways ] without paying for ads

If you are like most businesses, you are trying to get more visitors to your website and from there ultimately to convert those online visitors to customers.           Below are 3 website traffic tips that can help you to get more online visitors.   1. Create a Facebook Group and add value Facebook Groups are all the rage and Facebook is a great place to start building a loyal customer following. In a group you can develop the culture of your business, it could be a…

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How to promote your Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin Business, ICO or Blockchain Event

Do you want to get more exposure for your Business / ICO or Event? Bit-Media can help.     One of the challenges companies in the cryptosphere face is to get their message out to the greater community due to advertising bans by Google and Facebook. Bit-Media, however, offers a variety of ways to overcome help this.   Sponsored Articles: With a Bit-Media sponsored story you can create an article to promote your business and we will publish it on the Bit-Media website, our social media pages etc.  This method can…

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Polish Central Bank Secretly Funds Anti-Crypto “FUD”

Polish Central Bank Secretly Funds Anti-Crypto “FUD”…What next?   According to a report on Cointelegraph, the Central Bank of Poland has admitted to funding anti-cryptocurrency campaigns on social media, specifically Polish Youtuber Marcin Dubiel and his Dec. 2017 video, “I LOST ALL THE MONEY?!”   The social media campaign against crypto was carried out by Central Bank of Poland in conjunction Google Ireland Limited, and Facebook Ireland Limited and cost about $ 27,000.00   Full story: –  Polish Central Bank secretly funds anti-crypto YouTube Propaganda Videos   The story above…

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Covert Crypto Mining hits YouTube

Youtube users were given a shock with breaking news that YouTube serves ads with CPU-draining cryptocurrency miners.   While users are watching videos, attackers are profiting. Users tool to Social media last week to complain that their antivirus programs were detecting cryptocurrency mining code when they visited YouTube.               Monero mining:  Researchers at Trend Micro said that attackers were abusing the Google DoubleClick ad platform to display them to YouTube visitors.     The ads contain Javascript that mines the digital currency, Monero.   Full…

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