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Make Money Online with Clicksor

Updated on November 13, 2012

Make Money with Clicksor

Having spent valuable time researching the Internet for finding ways to make money online, I can say with a fair degree of conviction that Clicksor, the online money making resource should merit serious consideration.

Clicksor offers webmasters the chance to enjoy steady income by simply underlining a selection of clickable text or showing on their websites targeted contextual banner. Clicksor is quite generous in that it pays nearly 70 percent of the advertising revenue generated from the website/ blog.

The imaginatively designed Contextual Advertising Technology developed by Clicksor enables the visitors to browse the content of the website and simultaneously create earnings for the site owner. Clicksor claims that Contextual Targeting technology targets the visitors more closely to the product or service the site is marketing.

Make money online with Clicksor
Make money online with Clicksor

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To join Clicksor and make money online, there is the pre-condition that the participating sites should have 5,000 page views per day or 150000 page views per month. This is not the only demerit as I found that Clicksor also imposes certain other conditions – not all of them wholly acceptable.

  • The site must have content written only in English.
  • The sites should not be a personal site or any free hosting websites.
  • Sites should not indulge in software trading (warez).
  • Sites must not contain any incriminating material or link to any form of illegal activity
  • Sites should neither be proxy sites nor contain links to such services.
  • Sites cannot participate in any type of spam.

Of course one need not worry about payment as Clicksor has a regular fortnightly payment schedule. If the earnings cross $50.00 in any pay period, payments will be effected either through check or through Paypal. However, if the earnings fall below $50, the amount will be switched over to the next pay period. Signing up with Clicksor is quite simple and free.

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    Progeria 6 years ago

    Yes, Clicksor seems to be a good alternative to adsense, but can anyone tell me how much they pay each time some one clicks their ads in your website or blog? And also that 5000 page views per day is not a compulsary requirement i guess. My blog gets around 300 views per day and clicksor has accepted it. But the rank has increased over the days, maybe they accepted it because of that. Anyway thanks for the info

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    Ravi Sophocure 6 years ago

    I use Mozilla Firefox browser and has WOT addon. When I googled for Clicksor and clicked on the link, WOT says "site has poor reputation".

    Could you please inform the readers whether there is any real threat from Clicksor.

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    samironwebtrack 7 years ago

    nice post, but can u send me the admarket place for my adult hub except adbrite and blacklabelads?

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    Raj 8 years ago

    Google pays only very few... I was doing well over 5 months with them. I reached US$750 last month and suddenly they closed my account saying invalid clicks this month while i made arond US400 till 20 days. Now my question is last to previous month i did around US$500 and they paid. This month do they mean that US$750 entire clicks are invalid??????? This was do not know how many people are not paid? In a month we do not know how many accounts they close like this and they keep all the money, even though they claim they will return the money to their publishers. I used adwords too... but did not receive any kind of refund anytime that there were invalid clicks for my adwords... Now its googles world.. we need to live with that.. no one is near to google.

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    BkCreative 8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

    Thanks for sharing this info. You have great hubs!

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    m©©nshadow 8 years ago from Philippines

    @misohoni

    That's what keeping me thinking nowadays since I started blogging. How do they determine invalid clicks? They should always have a proof or at least try to explain how they do it for us to understand the whole process not leaving us puzzled.

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    fotoartisindonesi 9 years ago from indonesia

    its realy good information, i had join with clicksor last year

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    misohoni 9 years ago

    I personally wouldn't recommend Clicksor, I was owed a minimum of $100 but then the account was cancelled as I was told I was getting invalid clicks on my site - there was no proof on their side and no review....is annoying and wondering how many other people they did this to.

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    aglocoincome 9 years ago from Ostrava Poruba

    Thank you Sue for information. Success and Happy weekend!

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    SunSeven 9 years ago from Singapore / India

    All the best and happy earnings Clicks. By the by, that was not a referral link.

    I hope it was helpful cgull.

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    ClicksnAds 9 years ago from Fairmount

    Now you're speaking my language, SunSeven. Thanks for the tip. If I don't already have an account, I'll sign up under you.

    (added a few minutes later)

    I do already have an account there, and have codes on pages already at one of my sites.

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    cgull8m 9 years ago from North Carolina

    Thanks a lot, it is useful information, adsense seems to make more money for Google than us. I will look into this. Thanks.