(04-05-2017, 05:16 PM)johnycool Wrote: Signup or Login to view earning guides for mobile apps and websites.but bro, if it was so easy then how come so many PTC come and fail daily?
there must be something unique in your site and how you handle or manage your site.
That's a fair question to ask because it's true that many sites fail, no matter how easy it should be to succeed, but it comes down to an old saying "you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink". People fail because they're too lazy to succeed.
Even with a 50000 member PTC you still have to bring in advertisers, maintain the site, deal with fraud, etc. The biggest pain for me was dealing with all the scammers who would create a bunch of duplicate accounts under their own referral link and then try to cashout in hopes I wouldn't catch it. I also owned a link shortening site similar to Linkbucks and Adfly where that was a HUGE problem for me trying to make sure I only paid out to the legit members.
All those PTC sites that came out of the woodwork over the past few years were mostly owned by newbies who got suckered into the "easy" con of buying a script hosted by companies who don't care whether you succeed or not, as long as you keep paying them every month because, if you stop, then your site goes down.
To succeed, no matter what kind of site you run, you need to take it seriously, be responsible, and keep on top of things. Too many owners of PTC sites simply pay a company that makes the site for them and then do nothing and wonder why it failed. You DO have to do SOMETHING to succeed. Yes, PTC sites are very easy to promote because of member referrals, but if you don't run that site properly then you will still fail. Don't expect the company to run it for you. They don't care.
I could hand over one of my money making sites to you today, but if you didn't know how to run it then it would die. I'm amazed at how many sites I've sold on Flippa where the owner did NOTHING at all after buying it. In many cases the site will still have my own ads still on it! So, even though someone else owns the website, I still earn from it. Crazy!!!
When I buy a site from someone else the very first thing I do is tear it apart, swap all the ads out for my own, switch the links, change out any Paypal info for mine, add new content, make improvements, etc. I would never pay good money for a site and then ignore it. That's just bad business.
Whatever site you decide to create or buy, make sure you treat it seriously with the aim to succeed and you will.