Tuesday, June 24, 2008

It's Official, I Am a PTC Zombie!

I have spent a lot of time reading reviews about Paid to Click websites and trying to join them under some of the most active Morachat members referral IDs and here are my first impressions about the PTC programs I have joined so far:

Most PTC websites are not supported by PayPal anymore, due to the high number of websites that did not pay their members; I guess PayPal doesn't want to be associated to scams, which is understandable, so it is a good idea to open an AlertPay account before joining PTC programs. It is free and is accepted on most PTC sites.

Clickyu is a PTC program that pays via e-gold or AlertPay; minimum payout is set at $5 and they pay 0.75 cent per click; so far I had 2 clicks per day and have a balance of $0.03.

Clixsense pays by check every month as long as the minimum of $10 payout has been reached. They pay $0.01 per click and in my first 2 days I had 12 ads and earned $0.12.

Daily Clicks pay via AlertPay and you must earn a minimum of $10 to cashout. They have a rate of $0.01 per click and I have already got a $0.54 after 2 days (54 clicks).

Foxcash also pay via AlertPay after a $10 minimum payout and they have a rate of $0.015 per click. They have a $0.05 sign up bonus and after clicking on 24 ads in 2 days my account balance is $0.41.

Neobux has a lower minimum payout of $2 on AlertPay and they pay $0.01 per click. I got 8 ads in 2 days, bringing my account balance to $0.08.

I have also signed up to another program that doesn't seem to accept my password anymore; I will tell you more about this as soon as I can check my account with them if they decide to re-send me my login information.

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Friday, June 20, 2008

Looking for PTR/PTC Websites to Join

I have decided to join a few Paid to Read Email (PTR) and Paid to Click (PTC) websites; I don't intend to make lots of money from these as they usually pay only a few cents but I think I should try them anyway.

A few of my fellow Morachatters are members of PTR/PTC websites and reading their posts almost sometimes makes me think that maybe instead of slaving over articles I should try clicking, which may be a bit boring but is dead easier, and since I have a blog about making money online, trying them out and sharing my experiences about PTC/PTC programs would be like paid research!

One thing about PTR/PTC websites is that there are a lot of them that are scams, but my Morachat friends often talk about their experiences and I know which programs to avoid.

I have come to know and trust some long standing Morachat members and I will visit the Morachat referrals section to find out which PTR/PTC websites have paid them so I can sign up under their referral links. This is one thing I like about Morachat: I can find out if a few members are happy with one website instead of reading online reviews which may have been written by someone just trying to gain referrals. If you spend a little time everyday on one forum, you do get to know which members are genuine and which one have joined just to spam and get referrals and the Morachat moderators are doing a great job everyday to ensure that the site is as free of spam as it is possible to be.

I want to keep writing articles, but I also want to get in on the action with PTR/PTC websites so I will update you with the sites I join and update this blog with my experiences with them. I will also try to write an article on how to choose a PTR/PTC website as soon as possible.

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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

My Short Experience with Betfair

I had been tempted to join Betfair for a few months as I thought that this was a safer sports betting website than other online betting sites so I decided to try it out last week.

Betfair is a gambling website that allows you to lay events (bet that a team, horse or whatever you are laying will not win) as well as back events (the more classical way of betting, which mean that you need whatever you are backing to win the event in oder to win money).

It also allows you to trade bets, meaning that if you manage to find, let's say a horse with a low paying price, you can lay it and if its price later increases, you can back it; if you get the right combination, you can make money whatever happens (horse wins or loses).

I wrote an article on Associated Content about the reasons why I have decided to give up betting on Betfair even though I came up with a total profit of €4 in 3 days.

I am transferring my balance back to my Paypal account before I lose everything and
I do not recommend gambling or sports betting (even on Betfair) to anyone!

Betfair Gambling: Is It Worth It?

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Friday, June 13, 2008

Help! The Internet is Dying!

If you're broke and, like me, think the Internet is a great way to earn a bit of extra cash with very little investment (the monthly cost of your broadband connection), or you just use it to socialize on Facebook, MySpace or other non-commercial websites, you need to wake up now, as the Internet as we know it is about to end!

Find out how you can help stop the big phone and cable companies from taking over the Internet and dictating you what websites you can access depending on the amount you are ready to pay for your Internet by following this link: Help! The Internet is Dying.

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Monday, June 9, 2008

My Search Funds Now Called Homepage Friends

After a full week off the Internet (call it Internet Rehab if you like, actually I had some family members over and I knew that if I switched on the Internet while there were here, it would just suck me up for the whole day!), I am back in the swing of things and after checking my emails I noticed already something new going on with My Search Funds:

They are now called Homepage Friends and work exclusively with the Yahoo search engine; not a huge change, but I thought I would let you know anyway.

On checking my account with Homepage Friends today I was pleasantly surprised when seeing my account balance of £0.48 and that was in just 7 days (22 searches) as I avoided logging on the Internet for a full week.

Now that I am back to being an Internet Junkie (I wrote 2 articles between today and yesterday for the extra work forum of Morachat and did 28 searches (not included above) in the process, I think that reaching payout is doable for me before the end of the year; I won't be a millionaire yet but small amounts in my Paypal account add up in the end!

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