Frequently Asked Questions

No, Trending Traffic doesn't require you to install any plugin or software. All you need to use it is your WordPress login details. It's completely web-based and accessible from anywhere and everywhere, even from your tablet or smartphone.
Yes, Trending Traffic works on both new and existing sites. You can make an entire "viral" traffic sucking site from scratch using content from Trending Traffic or you can add content to an existing site to pull in both search and social traffic.
It's easy. Once you have traffic, you can monetize your site in a number of ways, such as Adsense, affiliate offers, site flipping, etc. We'll share with you some of our favorite techniques after you become a member.
It varies a lot, but most of our customers start seeing results from the first week, some of them from day 1. We will guide you all the way, teach you how to use Trending Traffic, and make sure you get results.
The web is built on people sharing and using and reusing content. In general, it's ok to reuse content if you're adding value/commentary/curating the content, and often fine as long as you attribute the original source. I'm not aware of any lawsuits filed due to autocurating/blogging, but be sure to check with an attorney near you if this is a concern since IANAL (I am not a lawyer).
There are three primary ways to get traffic: organic search, social, and paid. Trending Traffic gets you the content needed to pull long-tail organic search traffic and, assuming it's hooked up to your social accounts, get those social shares needed to go viral. We don't focus on paid traffic at all since that's the most costly and something most site owners want to avoid.
It sounds like your hosting provider may be blocking xmlrpc.php, which is a sadly common (and ineffective) security practice. This page is what we need to call to make posts.
Try adding following lines into .htaccess file of your blog and try adding the site again in Trending Traffic. (You can ask your hosting provider to do this for you if you're unsure what to do)
<FilesMatch "xmlrpc\.php$">
order deny,allow
deny from all
allow from 199.59.62.114
</FilesMatch>

Note: There may be a security plugin or other service that could be causing this too. If the above doesn't get things working, please send in your WP login info so we can take a deeper look.
Just install TT Translator plugin on your blog and you need to set up a free Bing API account and add in the Client ID and Client Secret from their system. You'll need to follow the instructions exactly from this Microsoft page. (It's very easy to follow but be sure not to skip ahead!)