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DanielBinghamJr
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Reply #15: Sep 14, 2013 06:59 am

aside from the 'i will call at x pm. but he/she called me back @x pm 24 HOURS LATER!'
i never met the shitty one Tongue

rofl

Reminds me of the cable TV installers here, they say they'll be at your house at 3pm... 9pm they'll show up xD

i need a few help for starting a new ptc (sorry if i posted in wrong board)
1. what pp / pz account type did you use as a ptc owner?
paypal account type: personal / premier / business?
payza account type: starter / personal / business?

2. min $ in pocket for starting new ptc?
(costs: server, advertising at other ptc, self sponsored ads on site, etc)

3. i have seen a few ptc goes scam because their pp/pz was limited.
what is the cause? (and how did you prevent yourself those cause?)

4. how did you obtain your pp masspay? (90% sure no ptc owner paid their members using personal payment frusty )
i already tried to ask the staff a few times, but they always gave me a mind f*** answer.

And just so no one can say I'm spamming ;P

1. PayPal Premier & Payza Personal

2. You could do it with $150; but really $250 - $500 is better.

3. Well really to "prevent" limitations (which I think is what you're asking); don't have upgrades that cost over $100 (too much money at once can make PayPal suspicious); use real information & don't have multiple PayPal accounts. Which that will only last for so long; once you get big enough you either need to have a business name or be prepared to kiss PayPal good bye Tongue

4. Good question... XD I've heard people say it takes $5,000 a month in transactions, some say $10,000 a month, others say just bloody call them. But if your PayPal account is old enough (pre-2011 I think, but I'm not 100% sure) it should already be enabled. Smiley
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Reply #16: Sep 14, 2013 07:09 am

once you get big enough you either need to have a business name or be prepared to kiss PayPal good bye Tongue

i need to fill this?
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Reply #17: Sep 14, 2013 07:27 am

i need to fill this?


Once/If you start moving a decent amount of money ($500+ a day), I would. Tongue
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Reply #18: Sep 16, 2013 02:34 am

this calculation still bugs me >_<"

for example: $2 for 1000 clicks ($0.001 ads)
the admin received---> pp: $1.63 // pz: $1.7 after the fee.
i'm not 100% sure about pz fee, some said the fee is NOT 2.50 % + $0.25 USD (it's somewhere around 3.9% + ?? USD)

if there're 1000 members (all with an upline. ref earning set to 100%)
is it just me / the admin DID receive minus: $0.37 -- $0.3 for each 1000 clicks?
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Reply #19: Sep 16, 2013 02:40 am

this calculation still bugs me >_<"

for example: $2 for 1000 clicks ($0.001 ads)
the admin received---> pp: $1.63 // pz: $1.7 after the fee.
i'm not 100% sure about pz fee, some said the fee is NOT 2.50 % + $0.25 USD (it's somewhere around 3.9% + ?? USD)

if there're 1000 members (all with an upline. ref earning set to 100%)
is it just me / the admin DID receive minus: $0.37 -- $0.3 for each 1000 clicks?

in those 1000 members 700 will click few days and get fedup with those $0.001 suppose they click 400 and get fedup = 400X700 = 280000

280000 x 0.001 = 280 $

how is the profit ?  Smiley

and if u put force click then may be many will go in loss but u remain in profit.
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Reply #20: Sep 16, 2013 02:44 am

in those 1000 members 700 will click few days and get fedup with those $0.001 suppose they click 400 and get fedup = 400X700 = 280000

280000 x 0.001 = 280 $

how is the profit ?  Smiley

and if u put force click then may be many will go in loss but u remain in profit.

force click = force view ads / x clicks to receive ref earning?

edit: thanks for reminding me about ragequit members (i forgot about it Tongue )




i see that the admin can set adgrid winning chance.
with $5 a month & $0.01 per win
is 0.1% good / bad news for the admin?
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Reply #21: Sep 16, 2013 03:12 am

force click = force view ads / x clicks to receive ref earning?

edit: thanks for reminding me about ragequit members (i forgot about it Tongue )




i see that the admin can set adgrid winning chance.
with $5 a month & $0.01 per win
is 0.1% good / bad news for the admin?

As for the cost per click, a lot of sites will tack on the fees when you add funds. Others will just stomach the fees and account for it with lower ref click % for free members (plus members that quit).

As for the AdGrid winning chance, you'd need to know roughly how many clicks per day you get on AdGrid.

For an example -

You have 1,000 clicks on the AdGrid everyday. & You offer a $0.10 prize and charge $5 per month for advertising.

If you maintain a steady 5 advertisers a month you can offer 250 prizes a month.

And with 30,000 clicks every month, this means 1 in every 120 clicks will win. Which I think is 0.004% (this is always where I get lost ~_~)...

Soo I take it you bought a BuxHost? Tongue
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Reply #22: Sep 16, 2013 03:35 am

As for the cost per click, a lot of sites will tack on the fees when you add funds. Others will just stomach the fees and account for it with lower ref click % for free members (plus members that quit).

As for the AdGrid winning chance, you'd need to know roughly how many clicks per day you get on AdGrid.

For an example -

You have 1,000 clicks on the AdGrid everyday. & You offer a $0.10 prize and charge $5 per month for advertising.

If you maintain a steady 5 advertisers a month you can offer 250 prizes a month.

And with 30,000 clicks every month, this means 1 in every 120 clicks will win. Which I think is 0.004% (this is always where I get lost ~_~)...

Soo I take it you bought a BuxHost? Tongue

basically, trial & error..eh? Tongue

Soo I take it you bought a BuxHost? Tongue
--> not yet. even if i open it, you won't see it until next year Tongue
i heard these details are not secured. seriously? Roll Eyes
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Reply #23: Sep 18, 2013 10:32 pm

Just wondering..if any advertiser bought something
Is it showing the details in my pp / pz account?
(example: member x....1000 ptc credits)

If not..how do you identify which member purchased (&what type of purchase) from your site? O.o;;
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Reply #24: Sep 19, 2013 02:14 pm

Just wondering..if any advertiser bought something
Is it showing the details in my pp / pz account?
(example: member x....1000 ptc credits)

If not..how do you identify which member purchased (&what type of purchase) from your site? O.o;;


Most scripts will have something in the memo that will at the very least give you some form of an ID # to lookup in your admin panel. Tongue
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Reply #25: Sep 19, 2013 07:24 pm

Usually only ones not show up is because:

(1) echeck it show once clears but PP no longer tell you when does in email
(2) If use Google checkout it be in the Pending section
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Reply #26: Oct 10, 2013 11:26 am

What's the best way to get traffic to my site??

How do I lower the fees to receive deposits from users of my site to my paypal account??? I have a business account.
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Reply #27: Oct 10, 2013 12:00 pm

use ptc for ptc

lowering fee? can't
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Reply #28: Oct 11, 2013 03:40 am

use ptc for ptc

lowering fee? can't

It is not a ptc yet.
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Reply #29: Oct 19, 2013 10:47 am

just wondering, is the email: no reply @'sitename.com' & support @'sitename.com' provided by the script automatically
(for the registration verification & ticket reply number)
or, the admin still needs to create those emails--> add them manually? Roll Eyes
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