User Manual about
Automated Traffic Site (ATS)
The files for the script itself and the installer are inside your member area. Download them to your computer as they need to be uploaded.
Hence, with the files downloaded, the next job is to upload them to your hosting account.
To do this, you need to use FTP software. This is a program that enables you to transfer files to your website in the same way as you would transfer files between folders on your computer.
There are plenty of free FTP programs available if you do not have one already. Download this program:
If you use Firefox, install the FireFTP browser add-on or you can try CoreFTP or FileZilla. They all do the job that you need to do and they are all free, so any of these FTP clients is fine. If you have not used an FTP client before, the first thing you do is download the software and install it on your computer or install FirefTP in your Firefox browser if this is your FTP client of choice.
Having done so, the next task is to establish a connection between your computer and your web hosting account. If you are using FileZilla or Core FTP, open the appropriate program by clicking your desktop link. With FireFTP, click the relevant link in the ‘Tools’ dropdown menu in your browser:
When you first open the FTP client, you will see a list of files on one side that are the files on your own computer. You need to make the files on your hosting account appear on the other side if the software window so that files can be transferred across from one side to the other.
To make this happen, you need to create a appropriate link with your hosting account by adding relevant information about your site. To do so with FileZilla, you need to add your host details, user name and password at the top of the FTP client panel:
The host is usually your domain name but without http://www at the beginning.
Following this, add the username and password that you used with your hosting account when you set it up. Your host has these details so so if you can’t find them, just ask them.
With this information added, clicking the ‘Quickconnect’ button at the top right corner should establish the connection between your computer and your hosting server. You should not need to add a port number at the top of the FileZilla panel but just in case, the most commonly used for most is port 21.
Assuming that the connection has been made, you will see your local machine on the left and the remote site on the right:
The first thing to do is locate the unzipped ATS files on your machine. You are going to transfer the script and installer files from inside this folder to your hosting account, with the exact destination depending upon where your new ATS is going to be built.
For example, if you want the ATS to occupy the root of your domain (i.e. when a visitor types in YourDomain.com, they land on the ATS), the script and installer need transferring to the ‘public_html’ folder. Click and drag all of these files and folders from your computer to the ‘public_html’ directory of your hosting account:
|As the files within the folder are passed across, you will see the file transfer progress at the bottom the screen:|
The upload is likely to take quite some time (depending on the speed of your net connection) as there are more than 1330 files to be transferred.
Once the upload is complete, you are ready to access your ATS set-up screen at YourDomain.com, assuming that you have installed your site files on the root of your domain. If on the other hand you plan to install your ATS in a sub-domain of your site (e.g. New-Domain.YourDomain.com/ OR Automated-Traffic.Your-Domain.com etc.), then you must create a suitable directory folder to transfer the ATS files into.
To do this, open the ‘public_html’ directory or right click on it and you should see the ‘Create Directory’ link as illustrated here:
Click the link, give your new directory a suitable name (for example, ‘New-Subdomain or Automated-Traffic’ if this is the purpose of your site) and create it. But if you choose the variant, I to create your site, this must be on SUB-DOMAIN to give me access by means of ID and PASSWORD. Watch the video how HERE
Now you upload the script and installer to this directory folder in exactly the same way as before.
In this scenario, the URL of your ATS will be ‘www.New-Subdomain.YourDomain.com/’ or www.Automated-Traffic.YorDomain.com.
The ‘Link’ page that is linked in the footer navigations bar is an unseen static page and you can add several of your own links to this page.
The number of links you can add is dictated by whether you have a Pro or Regular license, but in both cases, you can use this element of your site to generate additional links and therefore targeted traffic.
It is not however a genuinely static page in the truest sense of the word because the ATS script automatically rotates the links that members add to their sites to optimize the linking strategy of every individual site within the network.
This all happens automatically in the background so it is not something you need to do anything about.
It is however something to be aware of as this massively boosts the effectiveness of your external linking structure even though you need do nothing particular apart from creating a few links to get this boost.
What it means is that hundreds of sites within the ATS ‘network’ are passing link ‘power’ or ‘juice’ to one another and as you probably know, Google loves links:
All function are very intuitive and you will not have more problems go any farther alone…
You will begin to appreciate that everything about this script is pretty intuitive and that using it really is point-and-click simple. If you follow this guide, you should have no problems. If however there are any difficulties of any form whatsoever, never hesitate to contact our helpdesk at
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