Youtube traffic
This is probably the most well-known method to generate traffic.  The easiest method would be to find popular videos that are receiving a lot of views on Youtube.  Download the videos to your computer using one of the many free Youtube downloading sites or software.  Re-upload the videos to your own Youtube account and title it similarly, or as close as possible to the original up loaders title.  This method will get you views for your links posted below the clips, but I will go one step further to help you get the maximum amount of views.

Step 1.  Choose 3-4 videos in a certain genre (example: Breaking News). Download these videos and then re-upload them to your Youtube account, BUT, set only one of those videos to public, the others set them to unlisted.  The reason for this is that if ALL of your videos are “public”, all one has to do is to check out your channel page and they can watch all of your videos without having to click on any links.
Step 2.  Create links to all of the “unlisted” videos.
Step 3.  Under the “public” video, post a caption like this “Breaking News story #2 etc… and then add your links below the clip.  If your “public” video is popular, you will definitely get views on your other videos, which means you will be getting clicks.
Step 4.  Rinse and repeat steps 1-3 using different videos from different genre (comedy, fails, songs etc)
Step 5.  Now go to your channel page.  On the left column you will be able to add all of your links and descriptions. (use the old channel view, the new one sucks IMO)

If you decide to go the Youtube route, don’t just stop with 3-4 videos (one genre).  Try and find as many different genre videos to list.  If you can generate just 100 clicks from your 3-4 “News” videos a day, you can generate 1000 clicks from 10 different other genres, right?

Forum traffic
Another easy method getting traffic from other sources is to post your links on forums, news boards etc.  This is pretty self-explanatory and doesn’t need much explaining.

Craigslist traffic
This is probably the FASTEST way to get clicks and traffic.  Now, getting Craigslist traffic is not as easy as just posting your links in ads.  Craigslist has banned the use of in posts.  However, all is not lost because I will show you an easy way to utilize Craigslist and it’s millions of views per day.  Popular items can earn 1000’s of hits a day during the life of the ad.   My method has worked extremely well and is only limited to the amount of ads you place.  It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that if one post can bring you 1000 hits a day then 10 posts can bring you 10,000 hits a day.  Join me below and learn my method of using Craigslist traffic to boost your  Adfly income.

Of course I do not condone posting fake ads on Craigslist, and this is being shown only as an example of how to generate Craigslist traffic to your links.  That being said…

*Note: The tips listed above are just basic techniques that you can use to increase clicks.  Read below for information on how you can learn the advanced techniques that help me earn $100’s per month!



Gallery  —  Posted: June 27, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Welcome to the second part of: How to Stimulate erogenous zones

I am very glad that you decided to know about the rest of the list I’ve started in the Part I.

Everyone trying to have an orgasm whether it being through masturbation or sexual intercourse needs to stimulate at least one zone he knows of as an erogenous zone but the main reason why most of those who fail to reach orgasm do actually fail, is that : they don’t know the right zone to stimulate or/and they don’t know enough zones to stimulate (blended methods have proven to be quite effective in the past and still continue to prove so).


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Gallery  —  Posted: May 21, 2015 in Uncategorized

In our last Post, which was also the Part I of the current post, we talked about what inorgasmia/anorgasmia is and why an amazing percentage of women suffer or tend to suffer from it.

If orgasm is desired, anorgasmia may just be as much undesired or nightmarish as orgasm can be. It is attributed to an inability to relax or “let go.” It seems to be closely associated with performance pressure and an unwillingness to pursue pleasure, as separate from the other person’s satisfaction. Often, women worry so much about the pleasure of their partner that they become anxious, which manifests as impatience with the delay of orgasm for them.

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Gallery  —  Posted: May 21, 2015 in Uncategorized

First, let’s start with the simple question: What is Inorgasmia?

If you type the same question in google you get this answer :

Anorgasmia is the medical term for regular difficulty reaching orgasm after ample sexual stimulation, causing you personal distress.

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Gallery  —  Posted: May 21, 2015 in Uncategorized

Like Male’s masturbation, Female masturbation has to be done by stimulating erogenous parts of the female’s body. The only difference is that men’s erogenous parts seem to be quite obvious while women’s is not.

Women do not experiment orgasm the same way that men do so, the masturbation’s process has to be different too. Check out my Article :
Female Masturbation: erogenous parts
Female’s orgasm is certainly the hardest to reach but like many other tougth things on this planet, it is also the most rewarding.

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Orgasm, and sexual activity as a whole, are physical activities that can require exertion of many major bodily systems. A 2001 study in the BMJ which focused on cardiovascular health found that having sex three or more times a week was associated with a 50% reduction in the risk of heart attack or stroke. (Note that as a rule, correlation does not imply causation.)
Psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich, in his 1927 book “Die Funktion des Orgasmus “(published in English in 1980 as Genitality in the Theory and Therapy of Neurosis) was the first to make orgasm central to the concept of mental health, and defined neurosis in terms of blocks to having orgastic potency. Although orgasm dysfunction can have psychological components, physiological factors often play a role. For instance, delayed orgasm or the inability to achieve orgasm is a common side effect of many medications. Read the rest of this entry »

A 2005 twin study found that one in three women reported never or seldom achieving orgasm during sexual intercourse, and only one in ten always orgasmed. This variation in ability to orgasm, generally thought to be psychosocial, was found to be 34% to 45% genetic. The study, examining 4000 women, was published in Biology Letters, a Royal Society journal.
Brody Costa et al. theorizes that vaginal orgasm is more prevalent among women with a prominent tubercle of the upper lip.
His research indicates that “[a] prominent and sharply raised lip tubercle has been associated with greater odds (odds ratio = 12.3) of ever having a vaginal orgasm, and also with greater past month vaginal orgasm consistency (an effect driven by the women who never had a vaginal orgasm), than less prominent lip tubercle categories.” However, lip tubercle was not associated with social desirability responding, or with orgasm triggered by masturbation during penile-vaginal sex, solitary or partner clitoral or vaginal masturbation, vibrator, or cunnilingus. Read the rest of this entry »