PTC Scrutiny

PTC Scrutiny

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3 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - ESTABLISHED SITES · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi,
Yup, I'm doing well. Hope its the same with you.
I thought of shutting it down but then decided against it. I am giving it another year and maybe the. So now you see why I am replying to your comment after about a week ;)
I hardly make any money from the blog. Hardly any referrals nor any residual income from the ad spots.
The main money I make is from ClixSense and NeoBux.

NeoBux is pretty exhausting to be honest, especially if you don't want to miss out on any AdPrizes (like me). I really didn't like the fact they increased the number of chances from 3 to 4. That means more time to click the AdPrizes :S

Making more money ..... well everyone wants it :p
Its not easy and you'll need to have a huge downline for that and you can do that only by having a very actively followed blog (like PTCI's old one) or advertising huge campagins.
Sorry to say but I am not the person who can guide you in this regard because I myself have little knowledge.

No worries about the comment in the wrong section

3 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - NeoBux · 1 reply · +2 points

I am in the same boat as you, only difference being I have no RR, only DR. I click my ads daily which I find it hard to do so right now but do it only for the sake of not missing out on referral earnings. As for my Golden membership, it has been taken care of mostly by the NeoPoints I have earned over the years. Already had 2 free Goldens from NeoPoints and one from AdPrize. And I have 21,500 NeoPoints in my account with another 350 days left in my Golden membership. I should make it to 30,000 before the expiry date so probably another Golden paid for.

Its difficult to make a profit on NeoBux with a low amount of RR. I see magnet and other people on the forum and they have 20,000+ referrals to make about $20-$30 profit daily and that too requires a lot of micro management of RR. Too much work and headache for my liking.

Just keep going but don't stress out yourself for a few dollars.

5 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - NeoBux · 0 replies · +1 points

Wow! That is an insane number of ads to click.
Now I realize why they increased the AdPrize time limit from 90 minutes to 240.

7 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - NeoBux · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks. I using One.com
You can sign-up using my link : http://one.me/enaxqmcf

10 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - Partners · 0 replies · +1 points

Sorry, I am no longer accepting links for Partners anymore.

13 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - Advertising on BUX sites · 0 replies · +1 points


February 23, 2016 : NeoBuxAdvertising rates for most of the click based advertising packs have been slashed. Fixed exposures are not included in this price reduction. The prices are final and not a temporary promotion.

Here's a comparison between the old and new rates.

18 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - PAID · 0 replies · +1 points

I would suggest you also read these topics on the NeoBux forum.
- https://www.neobux.com/forum/?/3/546712/Important...
- https://www.neobux.com/forum/?frmid=7&tpcid=5...

19 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - Filing a Dispute on Payza · 0 replies · +1 points

Once your dispute has been filed, please allow the seller up to 7 days to reply. The seller will contact you within 7 days and respond to your message to resolve this issue.

Once you have a response, it is your responsibility to reply to the seller. If you do not respond to the seller within 7 days, Payza will assume that you have resolved the issue with the seller and Payza will close this dispute.

If after 15 days of communication the dispute is not resolved, a Resolutions Specialist may intervene to facilitate a resolution.

20 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - LEGIT · 0 replies · +2 points

It would depend on your definition of "king of PTC websites"?

20 weeks ago @ PTC Scrutiny - LogiPTC · 0 replies · +1 points

Same here!
I was about to post a comment and you managed to post it about 10 seconds earlier ;)

Like I said earlier this site has a history of delayed payments but they do eventually pay.