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Second SimpleGPT Payout

By Foenanko · November 20, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

Just 5 days later, and I've got another payout for double the amount of the last one!  Here it is:



If you haven't joined yet, what are you waiting for?  Come start making money too!


Simple GPT Payout!

By Foenanko · November 15, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

Guess who just got payout from SimpleGPT.com~!


Instantaneous payout, $5.00 minimum.  I completed this with no referrals, only doing the multi-click PTCs daily.  There's 50 of them available per day, paying out anywhere from 3 cents to 5 cents each, so you can make $1.50 minimum easily just doing that.  They also offer free trial offers, paid surveys, paid quizzes, and more.  They also offer two tiers of referrals, if you like making your money that way.


Check it out!

Filed in: PTC, work at home, online jobs, jobs, money
Tagged with: PTC, work at home, gpt

GPT, PTC and Multi-PTC tips

By Foenanko · November 10, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

I'm nuts about GPTs.  It's the way I make most of my money online these days, unless I'm typing for Quicktate.  The thing is, it's not necessarily cut and dry, and if you're like me, you may have gotten burned on one or more offers- at no fault of your own, or the webmaster!  Here's some quick tips for making sure you make the most out of your GPT-etc sites.

-Most GPT sites base your completions off of your cookies.  If you've done the offer the day before, or even a few moments before, it might not recognize that you've done it again.  The #1 solution to this is to clean your cookies.  Here's how:

---Make sure that you're NOT on the website, then go to your browser's tools, options, and look in the privacy area.  Here you should be able to delete your web browsing history.  This will also delete your cookies.

--Alternatively, use a program such as CC Cleaner, which will clean out every cookie on your computer without fail.  A lot of my colleagues use programs such as these and have great results.  I personally don't, but it's recommended.

--The easiest solution?  Use your browser's privacy setting when you do your offers.  Both Firefox and IE offer this now in their latest versions.  This setting is normally used so you can browse websites privately, without people being able to see your history, but it also means that it doesn't save any cookies on your computer.  No cookies = better results with GPT sites.  This is the method I use every time. I went from getting credited for about 70% of my clicks on Clicksvista and Quidscorner to 100%.


Enjoy, and good luck!

Very Quick Advice

By Foenanko · November 9, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

Hey all!  If you sign up for Sunny Side Cash, you might be like me; I had a little difficulty finding the multi-click PTCs that I specifically signed up for!  Here's how to find the multi-click (high-paying) PTCs easily:

After you've logged in, you may already be on the correct screen.  But just in case, click the login tab at the top of the screen.  You should be on the Member's Area.  Scroll down a little, and Multi-click PTCs will be listed directly under your Referral information.  These ads refresh once a day, and offer .03-.05 per view.  There's usually about 15 offers a day.  I do the regular PTCs as well for buffer, but the multi-clicks are where I'm making the most of my money! I'm at $11.00 at the time of this post and almost ready for cash out... Looking forward to it!



Also, I will be posting my latest payment proof from ClicksVista and Quidscorner soon.  They've been sitting around for a while now, things have just been busy!  You can subscribe to my RSS or Twitter account to see them the moment they go up.

SunnySide Cash

By Foenanko · November 2, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

I'm having a lot of luck with SunnySideCash.com.  What I really like about this site is that there's multiple ways to make money, which all pool together into the same withdrawable amount, rather than just one way (like low-paying PTCs) or having the different types of things you do paying out to different points and such, which have to be converted or can't even be turned directly into cash.  This site offers regular daily PTCs, surveys, trivia, and the multi-click PTCs which pay out a LOT more than regular PTCs (see my posts on Clicksvista and Quidscorner for examples of multi-click PTCs).  The regular PTCs renew daily, and offer anywhere from $.0025 to $.01 per click, and the multi-click PTCs are $.05 per.  (There's usually about 12 multi-click PTCs available, so that's around 60 cents per day all on its own.) Their daily surveys (yes, they refresh daily) start at $.75 and go up to $1.00, plus you get an entry into their jackpot contest. They also offer the same free trial/paid to sign up services available with many other sites.  Payout is relatively low; $15, with the option to pay out to Paypal, an Amazon.com voucher or a money order.  They also offer a $5.00 bonus for signing up.  I've only been with them for 3 days at this point, but I should be reaching payout pretty quickly.  The link below will show an updating statistic on how much I've made with them so far.  Keep in mind I made the money listed there with no referrals, no upgrades of any type, or without purchasing referrals.  It's just been clicking links.  In fact, I haven't even done any surveys yet, so I'm not even living up to the full earning potential with this site!

For the refer crazy: This site offers 3 tiers of referrals, so I imagine the numbers will really pile up.

Please give it a go!


By Foenanko · October 27, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

So far so good with this site! With $.10 a click, I'm up to $14.10 in 4 days.  It's pretty quick and easy, and a nice alternative/addition while Clicksvista and Quidscorner are only offering about 40-60 cents a day total.  Give it a go!


$.10 PTC!

By Foenanko · October 20, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

I've found a pay to click that offers $.10 for every single click you make! As of this moment, there's enough links to make $1.50 a day just from clicking a few links.  Payment proof is provided on their site.  This one looks very promising.  I'll report back on how it's going so far.  It pays out to Paypal as well.

Filed in: paypalbux.info, pay to click, PTC
Tagged with: pay to click, PTC

Pay To Click Advertising Problems and More

By Foenanko · October 19, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

So, y'all might've noticed that the ads on my site have disappeared.  My advertising company threw a hissyfit that I promote PTC sites, even though I've never asked anyone to click links/ads on my own site and took down the ads.  So now I have a couple options:  I can remove all pay to click references from this site and get my ads back, maybe putting all my PTC updates on a secondary page with no ads, or I can just stop posting about them entirely.  Or continue with no ads.  I don't pay anything to keep this site up, so the money from views is just a nice added bonus.  If anyone has suggestions about where I can find PTC-friendly advertising, please leave a comment.  If you have any feelings about any of this, please also let me know... I am enjoying doing this site and don't want to quit now!


In the meanwhile, here's two new services I've signed up with:



Keep in mind I haven't received any payouts from these two just yet.  They do both offer proof of payment on their sites, however, and seem pretty reliable.  I will post when I do eventually get paid!  Minimum payout on 4RealPTC is only $2.00, and pays via both Paypal and AlertPay.  Paid2YouTube is $10.00, and also pays by the same two services.  They're not as good as ClicksVista/Quidscorner, but it's a decent chunk of change for a couple minutes of your day.  Definitely better than TrekPay.  Give them a look if you're interested!

CloudCrowd Progress

By Foenanko · October 13, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

So, I must report that as of yet I haven't done any work for CloudCrowd.  They sent out a message, however, informing people that basically, they have a huge following right now and are working on improving the process in order to make it easier for us (the workers) and more appealing to the people who are requesting the work.  They're also working to make sure that we don't get rejected when we weren't supposed to.  You can read the letter here.  I will alert y'all as soon as I actually do get some work from the application!  I'm really looking forward to it.  This service did just start up, and there's no minimum payout, so I imagine it will be well worth it.

Twitter Updates

By Foenanko · October 12, 2009 · 0 Comments ·

Did you know that all of my posts here are automatically posted to my twitter account?  If you don't use Onsugar, but use Twitter, it's an easy way to keep up with my posts!  Follow me here: http://twitter.com/foenanko


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