Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Pay to click Beginners Guide

Introduction To PTC

Paid to click sites pay users by clicking predefined ads and viewing the advertisement for a set amount of time, which is usually 30 seconds. Each ad view is credit to the user, the usual pay is $0.01 or higher per click. This doesn’t seem like much, however when you add referrals into the mix, your profits can quickly double or triple. A lot of paid to click programs offer other ways to earn money such as lottery, raffle drawings, contests and paid sign up’s.

Referrals are users that registered under your referral link that is provided to you when you register for a paid to click program. Alternatively you can purchase referrals from most paid to click sites fairly cheap. Most sites sell referrals as packs like 15, 35, 50 and 500.

Referrals are where the big earning come in. For example, if you had 50 referrals and you’re using a site that pays you $0.01 per click plus $0.01 per referral click and serves 10 ads per day, this would give you roughly $5.00 daily income. If you had 500 referrals with that same plan, you’d earn roughly $50.00 a day. There is never a limit on how many referrals you can have, so the amount you can earn is virtually endless. Now that it’s clear what a PTC is and how a PTC works, it’s time to go over what you will need in order to join and participate with paid to click sites.

What you should have before joining a PTC site:

Valid Email Address
You will need a valid email address to join any paid to click program, you should never register with a fake email. Usually sites that receive a returned email because the email was fake, the users account is suspended, deleted or banned. Aside from the risk of losing your account, your payment could be sent to the wrong address.

Payment Processors
The most common payment processor used with paid to click sites is AlertPay, the second most used payment processor is PayPal. Paid to click programs accept and send payments by payment processors only and require you to have a payment processor before you join the program.

Browser Upgrade
PTC sites usually run php code and java, among other scripts. If you haven’t done so already now would be a good time to download a browser that will support everything. Firefox is one of the best browsers I’ve found for surfing PTC programs, especially with the “tabbed” browsing feature since you can click on more than one site at a time.

Common Courtesy
Although you don’t have to. You should always leave referral links in place for programs you signup for. If you found the program by someone or their site, it’s only fair to become their referral, it’s not costing you anything. Using any PTC program all of your serious earnings will come from referral earnings, you would want others to do the same for you.

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