5 Concerns to Ask to Find Out a Good PTC Site9627686

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Registering in paid-to-click websites or PTC sites is one of the easiest ways to earn money. It is really cool that you can get paid for what you truly do on the internet. The phrase 'get paid to surf the internet' appears really great, but is it really great?

Sadly, the answer is 'No'. Because, it is much tough to find out a good site among hundreds of scam websites out there and even if you find one, unless you have a couple of hundred referrals, you can't earn some money that you can call as 'earning'.

So, how to find out if a PTC site is a scam or a good one?

There are 5 essential questions which you have to ask to find out the truth.

1.Is it too good to be true?

Remain away!

No one can run a business with out a affordable profit and the provides that claim to give a lot to you really take a lot from you and disappear.

2. How much variety is there in the type of ads shown and what is the number of websites that promote in the paid-to-click site that you have signed up for?

If a PTC site is struggling hard to get advertisers and show only self serving ads, then it is doubtful that the site can pay you in the time it has promised.

3. How is the feedback of public?

Most of the members post the problems about PTC websites in forums and hence you can effortlessly find out where the site stands. Do a Google search with the phrase '[sitename] + scam'.. If it is truly scam, then the first page of the search results is sufficient to show it out.

If the site itself has a forum, it is a bit trustworthy. Go there and verify the posts.

4. Do the FAQ and 'Terms of service' clear sufficient?

This is important for two factors. Most of the PTC sites use the exact same script for their websites. If the site is scam, then site owner might not really care to edit the FAQ section and leave it with the default content. The default content may show a incorrect minimum payout value or some thing else.

Second purpose is, most of the sites hide their minus points inside the 'Terms of service'. For instance, it may say that when $one hundred is paid out, a $25 commission will be deducted.

5. How great and steady is the site?

A good PTC site will have its personal paid domain and will not be hosted in a subdomain or a free domain like co.nr, .tk etc. The site should be always up, should do a truly great spam verify, should be easy to navigate and make individuals comfy to browse. If it does this all, then it indicates that the site owner has made a good investment on the site and should have enough money to spend its members.

Lastly, remember that PTC sites can't make you rich. They can only give you some pocket money for some on-line purchases. But if you are truly sincere and smart, you can make something higher.

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