What are the key advantages for using 10KHits?

Besides all the wonderful things we mentioned before like visit duration, we also offer scalability and features such as maximum hits per hour, white label traffic and geo-location.

Maximum hits per hour lets you decide on a maximum limit for the amount of hits you want to receive per hour for your campaigns. Whether you want to use up your points quickly or slowly, you can choose from 5 hits to 500 hits per hour.

If you are a traffic reseller, you may want to upgrade to our Pro or Business plan as it includes white label traffic. White label traffic allows you to mask where your traffic comes from. For example, instead of showing the hits you received as 10KHits (default setting), you can customize the source so that it shows up as your company/business name or make it show up as anonymous/direct traffic in Google Analytics.

With the business plan, you’ll be able to select the geo-location for your traffic. You can set up your campaigns to receive traffic from countries where it is most abundant on our network such as United States, France, Vietnam, Indonesia and Vietnam.

Another key advantage that all plans have is booster packs. You can scale any plan to whatever size you want by buying extra website slots that will lasts 30 days or add extra traffic points to your account each month. Whether you need an additional 40 website slots on your free account or 10,000,000 traffic points on your Pro account, all your needs can be fulfilled with 10KHits booster packs.

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What is traffic source?

Traffic source (white-label) is a setting you can use to brand your hits or mask them. There are 4 options available for you if you have a Pro or Business account. By default, hits will show up as coming from 10Khits.com on web traffic tools such as Google Analytics. With a Pro or Business account, you have 3 additional options: Anonymous / Direct, Social or Custom.

Anonymous / Direct will show your hits coming from the direct source. This is similar to if you typed the URL of your website in your browser and pressed enter.

The social option lets you mask your hits from some of the top social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Tumblr. We will add to the list regularly so keep checking for more social sites!

The custom source option is a way you can brand your hits with any name or URL you like. You can set it to anything you like as long as there are no special characters in it. With custom source, the hits will show up as what you’ve set in the custom box. In this example, the hits will display as coming from “mywebsite.com”.

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