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My Top 10 Autosurf Traffic Exchanges with Commissions From Referrals

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Features
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3
Largest autosurf in the world. Customizable HTTP referer, geotargeting, bounce rate, and visit length.
Tips: Use invisible mode.
Easy, Cashout system, low price to upgrade account.
Some functions needs upgrade.
2
Custom timer and HTTP referer. Surfing application.
Tips: Use invisible mode.
Choose to use some versions of App or browse mode
Starts with 10 slots, but you can create ilimited accounts.
1
Customizable timer and delivery rate, geotargeting. Can sell credits for cash. Multi-language site.

The most perfectly system of Autosurf actually. I make almost 2$ daily each account.

1
The best options to real traffic, custom timers and framebreaker protection. Geotargeting, 1 IP visit, and others good features

Daily, weekly and month rewards;
Only browser, not App.

4
Youtube viewer by real people running the Viewer software.
More Likes and Subscribers
Members using the Viewer may earn more credits by choosing to automatically like, subscribe and comment on videos.
Daily, weekly rewards.
You can use App, or Firefox Pluggin.

3
Same that HitLeap
Easy, Cashout system, low price to upgrade account.
Some functions needs upgrade.
3
Excelente oportunidade para brasileiros
Good profit.
Only brasilians, payment in Real directly to your bank on Brasil, not Dollar.
2
You can use yours points to get Facebook FanPages new members, also you may use to youtuber viewers, also you can make money just with autosurf and cashout by PayPal.
Easy to use, amount of options to earn money.

2
Very good Traffic Exchange AutoSurf
Earn up to 50% CASH commissions and 10% of the traffic your referrals earn while surfing







Otohits.net, fast and efficient autosurf

Dear TE surfer,
The traffic exchange list above contains all sites that I use myself. The order that they are ranked in is based solely on my personal experience. Some TEs might send very little traffic if used as a free member, but lots if you upgrade. Others might only be worth using if you surf a large number of sites every week (since the more you surf there, the more credits you get per click). It all depends on what you’re looking for, and how much of your time and money you can invest.
That aside, you will still probably want to join a web traffic exchange with a lot of responsive members, great features, high surfing rate and good visitor delivery speed. Those are the most important criteria for traffic exchange ratings in the list above. Just remember that these are merely my recommendations: results may vary. I highly recommend joining the exchanges which I’ve marked as bold first. Other than that, take a look at the timer, surf ratio, and my comments, and visit the TE for more info. Exchanges with extremely slow traffic delivery and other problems are removed from the list regularly. I make every effort to ensure that only quality TEs that are worth your time are listed here.
Please note that the surf rates shown next to the traffic exchanges are for free members. If you upgrade, all TEs without exception will give you more credits per click. Most exchanges also offer surfing bonuses or dynamic rates that increase as you click, so the actual credit earning ratio will be higher than listed here. The * mark usually indicates a dynamic surfing ratio or a variable surf timer.



Traffic Exchange Surfing Tips


These traffic exchange surfing tips will help you save time, get more credits and use traffic exchanges more efficiently and safely. You will learn how to save bandwidth while surfing, make sure your computer isn't infected by malware, and even ensure stable 24/7 autosurfing. For manual traffic exchanges, there also is a number of tips that you can apply in order to earn credits faster, disable annoying audio and flash ads, and protect your computer from viruses.
#1. Download Firefox as it is the best (safest, fastest, and most memory-efficient) browser to use when autosurfing or clicking in manual traffic exchanges. Its real power, however, is in the variety of add-ons and plugins you can install to make surfing in traffic exchanges a smooth and pleasant experience (meaning no more annoying audio, pop-ups, and malware).
Since we will be installing several plugins and doing a lot of tweaking, it's best to create a new Firefox profile just for using TEs so it won't interfere with your everyday browsing. You will be able to use your regular and new profile simultaneously. To create a new Firefox profile, first close all Firefox processes and then click Start > Run. Type in firefox.exe -profilemanager and press Enter. A dialog box will come up, where you will be able to create your new profile – name it "surfing" for the case of simplicity. We'll use that for 24/7 autosurfing, but you'll be able to use it for surfing manual traffic exchanges just as well.
To launch your new profile, you'll need to make a special Firefox shortcut. Copy your existing Firefox shortcut, right-click on it and choose Properties. In the Target field, enter the following:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -p surfing -no-remote
The first part is the directory you have Firefox installed in. Make sure it's correct (the one above is just an example). The parameters after that tell Firefox that we want to use a different profile (-p) which is called "surfing", and that we want the ability to use several Firefox profiles at simultaneously (-no-remote). This way you'll be able to use your "normal" Firefox as well as the special "surfing" profile at the same time (for example: browsing the net while autosurfs work in the background).

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#2. Tweak the browser settings. This step mostly applies to autosurfs, and the goal is to improve browser stability and speed for long-term surfing. The tweaking is all done either in Tools > Options, or by typing in about:config in the address bar and hitting enter to change the advanced options:
  • Disable all unnecessary plugins via Tools > Add-ons. You don't need Java nor Flash, and they can be a security risk and slow things down by hogging memory.
  • Enable the pop-up blocking (usually on by default).
  • Pick the "Use custom settings for history" option and uncheck "Remember my browsing and download history" as well as "Remember search and form history". This will save you system resources, while still using cache to speed up browsing. In addition, you will be able to use automatically remembered password, unlike in the "Never remember history" mode.
  • Leave "Accept cookies from sites" setting enabled, or uncheck it for improved privacy, and add each autosurf to the exceptions list (you need cookies to login and surf).
  • Advanced option: through about:config, set various browser.sessionhistory and browser.sessionstore settings to 0. This will save you a lot of system memory since Firefox won't cache back / forward pages in RAM, nor it will try to save tab info in background to recover it in case of a crash.

#3. Install plugins. These can make your browser do almost anything. We're going to use them for enhanced safety and convenience while surfing. There are two main plugins that I highly recommend if you are using traffic exchanges:
  • NoScript disables all scripts and plugins (such as Flash or embedded audio) in all domains except the ones in your whitelist. To use NoScript effectively, you must first disable scripts globally (default setting of the plugin) and then add your trusted sites to its list. In our case, we'll allow all traffic exchange domains. Simply open the traffic exchange that you are a member of, click the little "S" on the right of the status bar, and click Allow traffic-exchange-name.com. Not only this will make your browser the most secure in the world (protecting against all kinds of malware), it will also take care of things like: annoying audio, flash animations, pop-ups or layer ads of any kind, and even framebreakers, as long as it doesn't come from the traffic exchange domain itself (and if it does, you probably shouldn't be a member of that particular exchange).
  • ReloadEvery is a very simple plugin that can reload a tab (or all of them) every X minutes. This plugin is irreplaceable when using autosurf exchanges with "refreshable" surfbars; just set it to reload all tabs every 15 minutes, and you will be able to achieve 24/7 autosurfing. We need to refresh the surfbars from time to time, because occasionally there are timeouts and other problems that reloading the tab will solve.

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#4. Launch all the traffic exchanges at once. This can be achieved in several ways.
The first way is best for manual surfing. Start by opening your favorite traffic exchanges in tabs, click Bookmarks > Bookmark All Tabs, and save them in one folder. Now whenever you want to surf, you can go to the according bookmark folder and click Open All in Tabs, or simply click the folder itself with your middle mouse button. You can also group up exchanges in separate folders (NerdSurf, PowerSurfCentral, etc.)
The second way is highly useful for autosurfs which have no-login surfbars (the ones where you can start surfing right away, without having to log in). The URL for such surfbar usually looks similar to this:
http://yourautosurf.com/surf.php?id=yourid
It is possible to launch multiple autosurfs of this type with a single click. What you have to do is copy URLs of the surfbars, and add them all to your Home Page field, separated by a | sign. For example:
http://surf1.com/surf.php?id=1|http://surf2.com/surf.php?id=1|http://surf3.com/surf.php?id=1
Naturally, this can be applied to launch all of your manual traffic exchanges at once, too. Since almost all manual TEs require you to login before surfing, it would be wise to bookmark their login pages instead of surfbars.
You will probably want to create a separate Firefox profile for your auto and manual exchanges. The "manual" Firefox profile would launch your manual TE logins, while the "autosurf" profile would launch the surfbars of automatic TEs directly. Refer to step #1 for information on creating a new Firefox profile.
For manual traffic exchanges, you will want to have enough of them open in Firefox tabs so you will always have a ready surfbar to click on. Do not worry too much if you can't keep up with all the timers. The key to efficient manual surfing is having the next surfbar timer ready by the time you switch to the next tab. Most people should be able to surf 10 different exchanges at the same time without problems.
Don't forget to make use of keyboard shortcuts as well: Ctrl+Tab sends you to the next tab, while Ctrl+1 to 9 lets you access the according tabs in order they're arranged in. Keep one hand on your mouse to click the images, and switch to the next tab with your other hand using Ctrl+Tab. This will maximize your credit earning rate.


#5. Stable 24/7 autosurfing. You should be all set for your manual surfing if you tweak your settings, use NoScript, and (optionally) disable images. For autosurfing when you're not at your PC, however, additional problems might pop-up – literally. Even if you disable scripts, you can still get download prompts, security certificate questions, and so on. In order to deal with these, you can use specialized software for closing dialog boxes. I use Buzof for this purpose; you will need to "train" this program to recognize and close each dialog box, but after a while you will truly be able to run autosurfs for indefinite amounts of time. Alternatively, just use a .bat file and Task Scheduler to restart Firefox every hour or so, and make any potential interruptions go away.
The best candidates for this are autosurfs where you don't have to login or where your session doesn't expire for long periods of time, as well as those where you can refresh the surfbar without triggering any "framebreaker protection" dialog box (remember, NoScript provides 100% protection against framebreakers).
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