PTC Clasics: Neobux & Clixsense – Comparative Review

November 12, 2016 // 9 Comments

In the unlikely event you haven’t heard of them before, let’s see what paid-to-click platforms are (or PTC, in short). On this type of platforms, advertising is incentivized and members are rewarded with a small cash amount (usually a few pennies, at most) for each ad they click on. This way the advertisers have the guarantee their advertisements are viewed by many people, but no guarantee these members are actually interested in their ads or they just want to collect the cash incentive. Nonetheless, carefully crafted ads will catch many eyes, especially if they relate to the online earning opportunities or work from home niches. Now, when we talk about paid-to-click sites, there are two of them which absolutely can’t be ignored: NeoBux and Clixsense. So, I decided to treat them together and comparatively. Background. Both NeoBux and Clixsense are veterans in the PTC realm, having a long history behind them. Clixsense was first, in 2007, and one year after, NeoBux was also launched. They have both huge memberships, into the millions of members. Who Are They For? Wondering if either one of these sites is for you? If you usually hurry to join sites which promise quick profits, don’t bother! It will take time to become successful on ClixSense and NeoBux. Most likely less time if you don’t stick to the free options, but still not the popular “overnight” success. If you have no money at all, but a lot of time (and patience), both of them can help you grow. PTC Platform. Clixsense and NeoBux are PTC sites at core, but they both evolved in other directions too. From the PTC point of view, both sites offer diverse packages for the advertisers to select and members to click on. As a member interested in cash bonuses, you can […]


What Makes LeadsLeap Special?

July 1, 2016 // 8 Comments

Let’s reiterate the question in the title: What makes LeadsLeap special? I trust you have already seen I like products and services that have a unique touch, preferably built from the ground up and bringing excellent return in terms of value (and profit) to their members. In a flood of look-alike sites, LeadsLeap’s creators have the “audacity” to do things differently. Hey, what am I saying? Being different is not so good, in many cases it’s quite the opposite. A different person or thing is being ignored, laughed at, diminished, pushed aside, silenced and so on. Why would someone willingly want to go through such an ordeal? Because, if she or the product prevails, the rewards are exponentially higher. I’m a strong believer in the power diversity of opinion has to fuel progress. But let’s return to LeadsLeap, I’m getting a little side-tracked here. Why is it different and why is that a good thing? The first major difference I want to point out is the lack of any countdown or captcha to be credited for viewing an advertisement. A full-page ad with no distractions that keeps the focus where it’s needed. And a bouncing arrow in the bottom-right corner of your browser window, requesting for your rating of the site you’re viewing, if you want to give it. You will be rewarded for the time actively spent on the site being promoted. Up to 300 seconds or 5 minutes, which in most cases is more than needed anyway. LeadsLeap also includes a tracker (which has just been improved), at no additional cost. If you are a site owner, you should know this advertising platform offers a widget to be placed on your site. You’ll be rewarded when people click and actively view the ads from your widget. At the […]

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LeasedAdSpace Review. Do You Need Solo Email Ads?

June 17, 2016 // 2 Comments

Email marketing has been and continues to be one of the most effective marketing methods online. If you don’t have your own list, charges to email the membership of specialized sites can go pretty steep. LeasedAdSpace comes in to fill a void here: for a ridiculous $7 one-time fee and a few emails seen, a member can send a solo email ad to their entire membership every 28 days. Or more often, depending on the traffic package you buy. If that would be all I’d receive for my $7 purchase, I wouldn’t blink and buy the traffic package. But there’s more you get: one permanent text ad to their classified ads directory (or more for higher packages) banner ad impressions text ad impressions LeasedAdSpace also has a multi-level affiliate structure in the form of a 8×7 forced matrix with enormous potential earnings. You might not be a fan of MLMs, and that’s ok, but keep your eyes on the ball and remember the solo ads. When I blasted my first solo ad some time ago, I had seen immediate results in signups to my site from LeasedAdSpace. Looking forward to send my second solo ad! A word of caution if you join and want to buy your traffic package. Payment goes directly to one of your upline sponsors (initially to your referrer, then up the line). Read the instructions carefully as you’ll need to ad a note to seller on your payment with a confirmation code and record the transaction ID from your payment processor in a second step. And the upline will approve your payment from his back-end. Personally, I would’ve preferred a different approach to this matter, but it’s their choice. I can’t stress this enough. Monthly solo email ads for a one-time payment of $7 is hard […]

tePays: Unbiased Review

April 23, 2016 // 2 Comments

Ok, before I start, let me be clear that I am a member of tePays and I believe in its potential to be an effective residual income and list builder. But, in this review, I’ll try to detach myself and look at it from all angles. This program might or might not be for you. So read carefully to make up your mind. First, the bad news. tePays is not for you, if you never spend any money online and stay free in all programs you join have tried for many months or even years to build your downlines, but no one upgrades or makes purchases under you have no interest whatsoever in the traffic exchange niche Has my bluntness bring you down already? Well, it shouldn’t have. If you find yourself in the descriptions above (first two especially), this should be a wake-up call. You’re doing something wrong! And you won’t even begin to succeed until you start doing things right. Read on to see where you need to be! Is tePays for you? It is if you are new to traffic exchanges but have at least a $100 monthly online budget and want to start up in a big way (your online budget should include as soon as possible an autoresponder service to build your own list, a tracking system and url rotator to see what traffic sources work for you, tePays for residual income and to build your downlines, a few other upgrades and paid advertising here and there) are an experienced marketer involved with traffic exchanges or interested to expand to this niche, and your followers consistently take on your recommendations have a Rocket Responder subscription have a subscription are an upgraded member of one of these traffic exchanges: EasyHits4U, Traffic Swarm, Tezak Traffic Power, […]

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TrafficWave Autoresponder Review

March 1, 2016 // 2 Comments

This won’t be a standard review, because I’ll include a webinar recording hosted by TrafficWave‘s head Brian Rooney explaining the product in detail and taking questions. You will also see in the presentation some of the businesses powered by TrafficWave for list building. What I can tell you from the start is that I use TrafficWave autoresponder for almost two years. It’s integrated with Adrian’s Hub, and you can’t join AHub without subscribing to our list first. Which means I’ll keep using it. Building your list should be your main objective, but TrafficWave also has a rewarding affiliate program. I don’t know if it was exactly like today when TrafficWave launched in 2000, but if it was, it’s one of the most enduring multi-level-marketing affiliate programs around. You don’t need to care about the affiliate program if you don’t want to, just use the autoresponder and all the other features and you can build as many and bigger lists as you want for only $17.95 a month. Without further comments, here’s the webinar I was talking about: You can join from here if you’re interested.

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