Hit Safari is a traffic exchange advertising program created and run by internet marketer Paula Zuehlke. This program allows members to earn advertising in the form of visits to their websites, promotional banners and text ads by visiting other member websites. Members can also purchase credits toward advertising. There is a referral system in place for earning credits and cash by recruiting active members to the program.
One of the things that Hit Safari owner Paula Zuehlke emphasizes about the program is that it focuses on getting traffic to your website. There is commission money to be made, but Zuehlke does not claim that you’ll get rich with it. She does claim, however, that you’ll get decent traffic to your website if you work the system.
Hit Safari is basic and easy to use. When you join, you add your websites to the rotation, and then you can start earning credits by surfing other member websites. You can also purchase credits and earn credits by referring other people to the program.
There are three levels of membership at Hit Safari; free, pro, and pro2. Free members earn 1 visit to their websites for every 2 member sites that they visit; paid members get a 1 to 1 ratio. Free members have to surf to earn credits or purchase them; paid members are given extra credits each month. There are more benefits for paid members, and the good news is that if you want to upgrade to pro or pro2, they only cost $5.00 per month and $9.95 per month respectively. For a traffic exchange program, those are good rates.
You can use your earned or purchased Hit Safari credits for surfs to your website, banner advertising or text link advertising, and that is basically what the program is about. You can earn cash from your referrals, but the program is mainly about getting website traffic.
Hit Safari is enjoying a good reputation among traffic exchange users. Members report that the program is easy to use, customer service is responsive about solving any issues and commissions are paid quickly. Paula Zuehlke seems to know her stuff, and it’s apparent in the programs that she runs. This program looks solid.