Can someone out there who is honest to answer my question. Recently I got obsess

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  1. jak2009 profile image57
    jak2009posted 9 years ago

    Can someone out there who is honest to answer my question. Recently I got obsessed with internet PTC

    Online jobs like ptc, and ptr and other seem to be scam.

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    kaleshwarposted 9 years ago

    There are some honest ptcs out there. But not many mind you. One thing to look for is that they have been operating for a long time (years) as opposed to just a few months. Along with that there is the fact that advertisers know that the traffic they get from ptcs are low quality, thus there are very few advertisers for such programs which means you can only get few clicks in everyday which then means it will take a long time to make up to the cashout amount, sometimes even over a year. not good in my opinion. I would rather write articles and let others click on my ads and send me money.

  3. muratos profile image60
    muratosposted 9 years ago

    Stay away from any Paid To Click programs. Unless you don't have thousands of affiliates under you which are ready to click for 0.0001 something cents, you will not make any serious money. Most people will click a few times and quit after this. It is a dead pyramid scheme. Not suggested. Instead, open a blog about what you enjoy to write or try good affiliate programs with high market potential.

  4. jak2009 profile image57
    jak2009posted 9 years ago

    Thanks for your advice. I wasted a lot of my previous time and money on internet trying to make money and nothing came forth.

  5. probyte2u profile image71
    probyte2uposted 9 years ago

    It is waste of time.

    But there is one honest ptc called wordlinx which pays to its member. However, to get paid (USD 10) based on current rate, I  think it will take some few years for me to get paid.

    I think, it is better you spend time blogging and writing hubpages. The return will be much more better.

    Or you could join Twitter and start tweeting. To make money please read my article below.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-make-money-using-Twitter

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    Louidam1posted 9 years ago

    If you want to make money online, instead of doing PTC programs do GPT programs.  You make money by completing offers and also earn a commission when you get active referrals.  Lately I been making over $100 dollars a month with these programs.

  7. aj's profile image75
    aj'sposted 9 years ago

    Good question my friend. I see myself before one year holding this question. I was so crazy about PTC's that i still have an old sheet of paper in one of my diaries of all the names of sites i joined. Believe it or not, that contains more that 70 website addresses.

    And u know what i regret about the most?... My wasted time. But i think i found a way to pay all that. Its nothing else but having your own site and blog with considerable knowledge. Now i have started my success online.

    And also, im happy to be here on hubpages. Eventhough i dont have to make an earning out of this alone, im still doing this to now. Because i love what i do. And im sure anyone too can.

    So my friend, please don't go behind the fake hope of success through PTC or related methods. Let me tell u, ITS ALL BOGUS.
    But instead u CAN earn online with a blog if u cant afford a site.  No cost, No unnecessary tensions(I advice to have a blog and a site). BUT YOU GOT TO WORK HONESTLY for urself.

    There is nothing online for free or in life worth having. Everything worth having in life has a price tag attached to it my friends...

    Hope it helped....

 
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