i have recently signed up for 3 ptc sites. i am totally new at this but as i am having finacial...
problems and this feels like a good way to earn some extra money.the sites that i have signed up for are www.libertreservemail.com, www.mutualPTR.com, and www.neobux.com.
i want to know if all these 3 sites are genuine and if they really payout and i am also presently planning for an upgrade.if these sites are really genuine.
I also want information on referrals, and how to make extra from referrals, and also how to advertise your website. i also require info on genuine PTC.sites . Thank You.
I think that Clickbank might be better. That's what im trying right now, and you don't have to pay anything to get in. I think it's also good for beginners, you can practice with it.
It can take some time to know what are make money online. Be patient , no short cut. You may try to write some hub about useful things , you will learn some from others.
In my opinion, ptc sites are just not worth the time. It's too little money for too much time, and many of those sites do not pay. A much better use of your time, along with a longer term perspective, would be to consider writing for sites such as HubPages, or to learn more about Internet marketing.
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I'm not sure about security of other two sites you have mentioned. In any case you should focus mainly on Neobux.
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by Keshav Poudel 7 years ago
Can anyone tell me about waoindia.com and neobux.com? Are these sites are genuine?These sites claim that they pay us as per their adds clicked by us
by swarnaw 9 years ago
How long did it take you to earn $247.00 and explain a little more about the program, are you a gold member and does it cost anything to be one?
by Reginald Chan 5 years ago
NeoBux - How worth it is it?Hey all, I am wondering how many of you actually uses NeoBux. I mean, yes the earning is so low but since we are actually always online, why don't just earn that extra penny? What do you think of NeoBux?
by sid_candid 7 years ago
Is there a way to make more than 4 cents everyday from Neobux. I need to tell you here that I am not good at getting people to sign up under me as referral.
by Dorsi Diaz 9 years ago
I've had a few people sign up under my trackers when I send out emails of my hubs, but I was wondering what some of the rest of you have done as far as setting up a more unique way to have friends and family sign up here at hubpages? For some strange reason I don't think my profile link for sign...
by sid_candid 7 years ago
Is Neobux a good PTC site? Have you earned good money from it?
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