We have seen a lot of changes around Traffic Exchange and Mailer land in the last 12 months.

Basically the loss of Paypal on a lot of sites left them either going offline or adapting to a changing market.

We have seen so many sites go and yet some still survive and are as strong as ever.

One thing I have really noticed, is that results have changed in a whole load of places. I am one for tracking my results and I decided that as so many sites was going offline I really needed more sites to advertise at and so I went back and tested again some of the places that never used to produce for me.

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I have had a further review of my business over the last couple of months and have decided to make some more changes.

For the last couple of years I have been developing a website that does not run in the Internet Marketing niche that Traffic Exchanges and Mailers do and is a very local based website.

This coupled with the slow down of Traffic Exchanges and Mailers and the success of my traffic club has meant that not only do I not have as much time but it is also harder to promote so many sites when other sites have a limited number of ads they can show.

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So we are now over 24 hours since Tezzer Mail launched and I have been using it since launch and promoting it.

Well I was actually testing it a bit before launch, I sent an email out a few days before launch to make sure it all worked etc as I was lucky enough to get access as a JV partner.

So lets have a little look at this new viral mailer and see what is what.

First off a big thing for me on new sites is the design, does it have a nice design or is it just a basic header image thrown on top of the standard sales page layout and Tezzer Mail has not only a nice design but it has its own custom sales page too which looks great especially the signup button how it drops down to a form etc.

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This is something that I have been thinking about for quite a while.

The idea sort of came about when I was thinking about new mailers that open they have a great click through rate for a while then it evens out and steadies out.

As the site grows, the clickthrough rate tends not to increase with the growth and I have been putting that down to people just not clicking emails and forgetting as such about the site.

So with people not really clicking or opening or reading the emails it can be a big drain on your mailing credits/sends.

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