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In this article, I am going to help you understand how popunder traffic works. But before I get into the details, I think it wise to first explain the difference between popunder advertisements and another similar form of traffic generation, popups. 
 
 
The word popups gives a pretty decent description of this form of advertising. Small ads will pop up whenever a visitor visits your site or clicks anywhere on your site. This form of advertising is quite intrusive and can be considered more as irritants rather than great sources for traffic. Just think about it, when was the last time you actually read through a popup ad? People tend to close them before even giving them a read simply because they are getting in the way of their main purpose on the website.

 
This is where popunder advertisements are different. These ads usually appear below web pages and are mostly noticed only after a visitor is done browsing your site. Since that person has already finished doing whatever he/she was doing, he/she will devote more attention to the advertisement and the chances of them being interested in finding out more will be much higher. So you see, they are far less irritating than popups and are thus, preferred.

 
It is common knowledge that a visitor will most likely close a website if they find too many popups everywhere. No one has time to go through multiple popups just to reach your page. They would rather go to another website. Since popunders are much easier to handle and are usually noticed only after the visitor is done with his/her work, their effectiveness is much higher. Popunder advertising is polite and respectful and is quickly becoming one of the best advertising methods on the internet.
 
 

How Popunder Traffic Works

As more website owners learn of the effectiveness of popunder advertising, the number of webmasters that buy traffic from popundres for their websites will increase as well.

 
Oh yes, another problem with popups is that they have become so common nowadays that a lot of them tend to contain trojans, viruses, malware, etc. It is because of this that most anti-virus software’s nowadays block popups altogether. In such situations, a visitor will not even get to know of your popup advertisement. Popunder traffic does not fall under the same category and thus the visitor will see your ad as soon as he/she is done surfing the net.

 
So you see popunder traffic has the potential to become one of the leading sources of traffic for your website. All you have to ensure is that you hire a reliable company to handle this work for you. Don't get drawn in by cheap prices. At the end of the day, you want genuine traffic for your website, not cheap bots right? Well then, you have to be willing to pay for it.