PPC websites are just Fake !

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Hello dear all members ,
I have been work with PPC websites to earn money but I have not receive any payment from these websites .These websites show ads for click and than pay for click .Mine think this is only fake to us .What about you think??
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  • Profile picture of the author mandark
    There are some good PPC sites which are certainly not fake.. using Google AdWords, for example, can get you good targeted traffic if you use it correctly (target appropriate keywords, use enticing and informative ads, etc.).

    EDIT: Oh, you mean PTC sites (pay to click, not PPC which is pay per click advertising). I only use those to do advertising of my own.. I use NeoBux for example where I make a few bucks by clicking ads, then spend that money putting up ads of my own. Never have the problem of withdrawing!
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  • Profile picture of the author patmiller27
    you are right ..most of the time its fake
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  • Profile picture of the author shafiqwork
    The amount given against PPC is too low on every PPC website. Similarly majority of these sites are fake ones. But there are some website like onbux which is not fake. We are getting amount from there.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danial09
    what PPC network you use?
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    • Profile picture of the author the_knight
      PTC sites are not worth it. You'll get $0.0001 per click or something. Unless if there's an automated bot that runs in the background, automatically clicks your ads......
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  • Profile picture of the author TechBusy
    thread title is 10000000% true...

    99 % of all ppc websites r fake and 1 % are real but we have to wait too long for payment...
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  • Profile picture of the author chiwawa
    I am actually confused here. Are you talking about PPC or PTC websites. However, what PPC site do you use because not all of them are fake?
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by chiwawa View Post

      I am actually confused here. Are you talking about PPC or PTC websites. However, what PPC site do you use because not all of them are fake?
      Exactly. Confusion abounds. PPC is an adwords like program, PTC (paid to click) are
      programs where you view ads for a penny or so. The only one I know that works
      is clixsense. Been paid many times. Of course even they are the bi-product of a scam
      supporter: stormpay.

      Anything with "bux" in it is probably not worth the time. A scam? Maybe not.
      But the chances of ever getting a payout are slim to none.

      Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author SamDermot
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    Lots of people fail with Adwords thats why Adsense publishers are earning good money..
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    • Profile picture of the author dburk
      Originally Posted by SamDermot View Post

      Lots of people fail with Adwords thats why Adsense publishers are earning good money..

      Hmmm...

      And here all along I thought it worked best when AdSense publishers helped AdWords advertisers succeed. So let me ask how does an AdSense publisher make money from an AdWords advertiser after they have failed and presumably dropped out of the program?. :confused:

      I am having a little trouble with your math. Doesn't fewer advertisers equal lower bids and less money for AdSense publishers? Please elaborate on your theory!
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by SamDermot View Post

      Lots of people fail with Adwords thats why Adsense publishers are earning good money..
      Google does not want adwords failures, and tries hard to weed them out.

      The best performing ads are displayed. So, how does that constitute failure?

      And I'd wager that tons of adwords users do not use the content network anyway.

      Paul
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