One of the leading online marketing fads that presently attracts numerous beginners is to start with Pay-to-Click Sites (PTC). I am among those people. Allow me to elaborate on what a Pay-to-Click site is for people who don’t already know. With a pay to click (PTC) web site, you are compensated just to watch 30-second (or so) adverts. Whenever you view a complete Monavie advert (they usually last approximately half a minute), a small amount of money is put into your PTC account, which can only be accessed once you’ve accumulated a specified sum of money, oftentimes in the $5 range. There are many other facets to PTC web sites, such as referrals and special membership alternatives.
Whether you amass your referrals yourself, with MLM sponsoring or buy them, when those referrals view ads, you get paid around 50% of the money they make. Put another way, if you are paid one penny for clicking an advertisement, you’ll likewise take in one half of a penny every time each of your referrals does the same. It doesn’t looks like a lot of money but it can add up if you get thousands of referrals. There are also special membership options that let you obtain more referrals, more adverts and more money for every click (sometimes for both your own clicks and your referrals’ clicks). An enhanced membership usually comes in at a high cost but in the long run, you are going to generate more money with it.
To give you an idea of how this works, we’ll suppose you join a Pay-to-Click site that displays up to f advertisements. You then get 1,000 people to join under you. And let’s say that both you and your referrals get one penny for every click. So if you view all four adverts and all of your referrals watch all 4 advertisements, that’s a sum of forty bucks. You would say that no, that doesn’t look too bad. Not terrible for merely a few minutes of you time, agreed?
But hold on a minute! It turns out that most PTC web sites are up to no good. PTCs are basically pyramid schemes. Why “pyramid”? It’s because if you aren’t one of the first handful of folks to get into the pyramid, your chances of actually getting any money at all are really low, approaching zero. To illustrate, if 10 individuals each throw in $10, that sums up to one hundred dollars. The person who runs the scheme may give back $15 to 4 individuals and keep the rest himself, leaving most of the people without any money. The way PTC web sites accomplish this is by getting you to invest in membership and referrals (normally not even actual people but bots) and then they pay out with money that other people have invested in membership and referrals. The cash generated by viewing advertisements in no way covers their expenditures, particularly when a lot of the so-called “referrals” are nothing but bots. Shortly, folks quit investing, and the later arrivals to the plan are hung out to dry. If you are one of the ones close to the top, in from the start, there’s a chance of making a little money, but it is not balanced by the risks.
My recommendation is that you stay away from Pay-to-Click web sites like the plague. You might earn a minimal amount of money or not, depending on how high and close to the head schemer you are, but he’s a scammer and every one else under you is losing money. It’s simply not a good situation to be in.