One of the lesser known money-makers uses an idea called Pay-Per-Click Websites (or, more simply, PPC sites). A PPC site is a search engine, much like Google or Yahoo!, which rank websites based on the search terms you enter. Using a membership subscription process, you can be paid for using them. The idea behind these websites is to promote their search engine to potential advertisers, so that they can make money. Because of the prevalence of Google, Yahoo!, and ask.com, the lesser known sites have to offer incentives to people who use their service so that they can compete. Their method is to pay users, often at about one-thousandth of a cent per click, to browse on their site, eventually paying the customer when their balance reaches between $5 and $50, depending on the site. As I’m sure you can imagine, this takes a long time to build up, but once you automate your clicking, you can eventually work up a large sum of money and get a pretty big check. It can take awhile, but can be worth it if you spend a lot of time on the net already. The site you want to sign up with is PPC Appraisal (you can find all the necessary links at the bottom of this article)..
Simply sign up for a new account. When the site asks for your company, simply put your full name. For your tax ID, put ‘n/a’ and for your website, put ‘www.ppcappraisal.com’. Sign up for any account name you please.
The next step is to download and install an automatic clicker. The only approved choice by PPC appraisal is the Ougo browser (), and fortunately, it happens to be one of the better ones out there. .
Now you need to do some initial setup. You only need to do this next part once. After you log in to PPC Appraisal’s website, you need to click on the requests tab. Check the following boxes: Baltimore, Braintopia, Campaign, Cialto Art, Cockta, Cymicon, Joymars, Kazati.com portal, kili gaga, Medical health and fitness, NetVivid Portal and PPC Search engine. Do not select any others, or else it will take you years to get a check. Click the request bottom at the bottom of this page to continue.
Once you’ve made your requests, go to the “Menu” tab and find “Your link to rotation script for portals.” Highlight the link inside this box, and press CTRL+C to copy.
Now it’s time to set up the browser. Install the Ougo Browser you downloaded earlier and go to the “Surf” Menu, then click on Setup. Under Set1, paste (CTRL+V) the link into the panel on the right. That’s all for setup.
To start the process, you need to start up the Ougo Browser whenever you go online. To start auto-surfing, and of course, making money, you simply go to “Surf” then “Start Surf” then “OK” when a pop up starts. You’ll quickly see two windows pop up.
This is fine, but to maximize your options, go to “Tools -> Developers ->Analyst -> Six” to open six windows, and triple your browsing powers. Now let the money roll in, albeit slowly.
To get paid, you need to simply wait until you have enough credits with these websites. To check your current status, go to the PPC Appraisal website and sign in. One option you probably want to turn on in Ougo is to send the browser to the tray when you click the minimize button. To do this, click Tools -> Ougo Browser -> Options -> Tray Options -> Enable Tray Icon ->Minimize to Tray. Now when you click the minimize button, it will not appear next to the other programs you’re using, but rather disappear down by the clock on the right-hand side of the screen. It will continue running, but you just won’t be able to see it.
Now, this alone will NOT make you any money whatsoever. It could take you months to earn enough for a single check, but you’d be losing money on electricity the whole time. You need to take you clicking business to the next step, or don’t bother. The way you do this is simple. You get referrals. You’ll need a lot of them to make it work, but if you get one or two really intrepid adventurers, you can get up to $4 a day with minimal effort. You earn 5% of what each of your referrals makes by clicking, and 5% of their referrals down to the fourth level (i.e. you -> your referral -> their referral -> their referral). It can add up nicely if you do it right. Currently, I’m making about $3 a day with four referral levels. Write up a set of instructions similar to this one (sorry, you can’t copy this document outright), and post it in your blog, or on message boards, changing out my referral addresses with yours, and there’s some money to be made here. Keep clicking yourself so that you receive checks, otherwise that referral money will simply sit in your account. If you have an alternate address, like a P.O. Box or an office address, you can use those too. Refer yourself to yourself! Not a bad idea if you ask me. Refer everyone else from your second level account, and you instantly get twice the bonus on any future referrals.
You can also sell this document on eBay or other Auction sites, as people are always looking to get some more income streams. It’s hard work to do this, but once you get yourself established, all you need to do is request money once a week from each of your PPC sites.
Are there any dangers to doing this? No. It’s completely legal, spyware free, and does very, very little to slow down your PC while it is running.
You should also know that a document has been going around the internet for a while now, very similar to this one, advertising the same site, though promising a lot larger gains in money than are possible, and giving out bad advice on how to get started. You’ll find a lot of information online about how this is a scam, etc. It is not. I’ve been paid, multiple times already, and am on the verge of getting paid again. The trick is to use the method I describe, that is, not clicking on all the possible membership requests. As I stated in that section, this is a sure way to make no money whatsoever, as different sites pay different rates. The sites I’ve chosen for you to participate in have the best payrates, and thus, you’re not wasting any time waiting for the slow sites to give you some money. Only the fast paying ones will be clicked through. Also make sure that you use Ougo Browser rather than Test33.
For example, I started off finding out about this method through that bad document, and clicked on request all. By doing this, I earned five cents from the highest pay-rate site in a week’s time. I knew something was wrong. So I singled out that site for the next week, and low and behold, I got $2.92 in a week instead. As you can see, this is not the biggest money earner ever. However, I kept my PC auto-clicking for a while longer, and eventually got a $50 check in the mail for my troubles. Most of the time, I was using my computer for other purposes while it was clicking away, so I wasn’t losing out on anything while it was running.
The reason you’re doing all of this for credits is simple: a credit is a unit created by the search engines you’re participating in by clicking on them. The way you make money is to make a batch request for your credits, and then to sell them on a site like De Quba . To sell your credits, use PPC Appraisal’s Transfer option to transfer your banked credits away from PPC to your DeQuba Account.
To sell your DeQuba credits, you must become a platinum member – which means it’s $36 for a year-long membership, and you won’t make any sales in the first 60 days. I suggest banking your credits on PPC Appraisal, then after you’ve requested some, sign up for the Platinum Membership. You’ll get a bunch of free credits immediately, just leave these as they are. After your 60 day “fraud protection” time is over, you transfer all of your credits from PPC Appraisal, and sell them in the DeQuba Forum (go to “sell your credits”). Find either a one-time sale (recommended), or a monthly sale (only do these if you are positive you can create a high enough balance). You will be paid by these people. Although this option now becomes a paid program, you make roughly $1 per credit, and since the minimum balance for cashing in credits requires you to have 50 or 60, you make your money back, and more, with your first transaction.
After publicizing the proper methods to everyone I could, I got plenty of referrals, and made some nice money. I opened up my requirements to all the sites listed above, and now get a bevy of checks every six months or so. Referrals help immensely, of course, but the money is still earnable, and it’s not a scam.