Penguin Traffic

It can be lonely on the internet if you are trying to earn enough money to replace your job. It can be even more lonely if you are using traffic exchanges. No one I know wants to even try this. I have mustered the courage to ask a few people if they would join me at just one traffic exchange that is located here in Ohio and only one person was interested and they stopped when they got a job. Lucky for me I am never lonely even when I am alone and since no one I know cares about creating an online business I keep it to myself. What no one I know realizes is that I have a whole world of friends who love traffic exchanges almost as much as me 🙂

Yes, I love traffic exchanges and I love running my own. I believe The traffic exchange is the perfect membership site because people expect to be sold to and it is in their interest to keep coming back and to promote it to build their own downline. It also does not hurt that they are some of the nicest people I have ever met.

I bought Penguin Traffic originally for my wife who loves penguins and this site has pre made traffic exchanges and Penguin Traffic was one so I bought it. Then shortly after that I read a post from Robert Puddy slamming people for buying these pre made sites and not having a clue how to run them. That bothered me because I did not want to fail and I did not want to run a “bad” site. So I stopped promoting Penguin Traffic and began my long journey into learning how to run a great traffic exchange.

Then one day I got an email from one of my members, from when I was promoting, asking me if I was going to do anything with this site because obviously no one was surfing it. I replied that I was still learning how to run it and had stopped promoting it. One thing lead to another and when it was all over I had myself an administrator. This was 2012.

Albert Ivor Morin and I struck a bargain and basically I handed him the keys to my TE and let him go. He would be the admin and I would be the owner and we shared ad space. Since I think you should find good people and then let them go whether it is an employee or a partner. So Albert had no restrictions and he wanted to make a thousand millionaires and if the Penguin helped him do that then that would be good for the both of us. I did not pay that much attention as I was working on my SFI business and TETraining and trying to get signups that get us paid.

Since I don’t want to write Albert’s story, in case he may want to one day, I will just skip to May of 2015.

I had to take over Penguin Traffic and I am ready. Albert had a brilliant idea in wanting to pay people to surf and I think he hit on just the right amount – 3 cents for 50 pages.

About Ken

I was a mainframe cobol programmer by trade and and now an aspiring entrepreneur.
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2 Responses to Penguin Traffic

  1. Sharon Morin says:

    Hi, this is Albert’s wife, just letting you know that he passed away on May 1, 2016. He always loved helping others. It was hard to give up Penguin Traffic. He worked on it everyday.

    • Ken says:


      Thank You! No one can know the pain you are suffering only my own heavy heart bears witness to a caring and compassionate man. My sincerest wish was to have the chance to shake his hand. We are all better for having known him.

      Several of the members had emailed me and I shared the news with all of the members of Penguin Traffic.

      Please accept my condolences and those of the entire membership of Penguin Traffic.

      Ken Damon

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