How is flixya for adsense? I had a friend who said that he has uploaded about 50 photos, 50 videos and 50 blog posts (all copied) and making over $2 a day from Flixya. I m
I have never tried flixya but I believe there is someone out there who can answer that question. If they are making that I may just upload some photos myself.
I don't know about copying your blogs onto flixya, as think they have stricter rules about original content than most other sites. However, it's a cool site because you can just upload photos that you own, and write blogs about whatever you like. Plus, I know you can upload some of your youtube videos on there if you like. The only thing I should warn you about though is that they have a zero tolerance policy about adult content, at least the last time I checked, so I'd probably read the TOS carefully first. However, it's a great way to earn with adsense, as it gives you a 100 percent of it; unlike here. Of course, there's not much of a community there, but I guess whatever floats your boat. I hope that answers your question.
I have uploaded a few bits and bobs so far but have found the click through rate low and the click value low. Not a total waste but not a huge benefit either from my experience.
I had 250 mini articles there and got maybe a click or two a month so I moved them to bukisa.
Bukisa just recently changed over to adsense share 60/40 and for some reason I get a lot of views without doing any promotion compared to other sites I write on. At first I thought was google bots visiting but the views have been steady for 2 months now.
flixya is a scammy site with very low grade articles. You get asked all day long to click other links and they will click yours, do me a favor, bla bla bla.
In fact I'd be scared to have my adsense on there. While against the rules you can easily find adult and naked pictures and videos on there.
I'm surprised Google has not banned the site from adsense by now.
From what I read that was one of the least hit sites. I was there for a few days and the kind of community in flixya made me get out of it in a hurry!
I am sorry I took so long to see this and post but I think they must have changed or something because I get no comments and haven't been able to make any, so no requests for clicks. They also disable all adds while you are logged in so all I ever see is empty space saying I don't get to see ads while logged in. I suspect they cottoned on to fraud clicking and disabled those functions that made asking for clicks easy. I still find 2p seems the average for a click there
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