Let's Make More Money Together With The New Shortner
Posted 2 months ago, last edited 2 months ago
Hey, most of you might all know me. I am already running a private shortner and have already paid hundreds of dollars to publishers without any delays.
So I decided to open a public short for new Faucet Owners, who are trying to make a profit without having to wait for days to reach the withdrawal threshold.
Clickit is a new short with $1.35 CPM and you can withdraw as low as $0.2 from this short instantly to Faucethub account
http://100count.net/clickit/sh (Tested for Bugs and Everything!)
This means you only need to have 150 daily users to reach the withdrawal threshold. Sounds awesome for everyone
I already have enough Shortners, why would I add this?
You might have a lot of shortners, but ask yourself if they are helping you make a profit? We might have dozens of shortners and it can take a month or sometimes even more than that to reach the withdrawal threshold. Well, this doesn't sound good.
Besides, adding more shortners is not something to brag off, but is a major concern since your income is distributed in multiple platforms.
Didn't get it? Here is an example. let's say you have 15 Shortners on the list, each paying $2 CPM with $5 withdrawal threshold. For the sake of example, you are able to send 1000 visitors to each shorteners in a month.
This equates to a $1 balance on each shortner! Still a lot far from the withdrawal threshold.
Now do this example with 5 Shorteners on the list, and each one receiving 3000 (Total: 15000) hits from your website
Why you should place Clickit Short on top of the list?
Nice Question! You might be working with shortners having higher CPM, but there are high chances that your users have already pass that link somewhere in the bigger faucet websites. Sending a user to high paying CPM without getting it converted is risky and can actually cause you losses.
On the other hand, Clickit is NOT likely to become the target of bigger publishers, making a room for every other FO to capitalize on the situation by placing it on the priority of their Shortners list.
Here is an example.
Let's say a Shortner pays $2 CPM. This Shortner will be placed on the big faucet websites like Firefauet, Freebitco.in, etc as a priority. There is around 60-70% chances that sending users to this shortner might not be feasible for small and mid-size FO, and will not convert
On the other hand, Clickit won't be a target of bigger publishers since it will be placed at the end or middle of their list. You can check 100Count Linko Shortner as an example on Firefaucet. This situation is great for small and medium-size faucet websites as it can result in increasing conversions. Besides, Clickit also has a very low withdrawal threshold which is $0.2
Sounds great to balance your profit with cost and run your websites without having to worry about a higher threshold? Yes it does
From where did I get those stats?
It is simple, I am a website owner and have seen a lot of traffic passing through high paying shortners that do not convert
I remember, you have another Dogeauto Short which you closed? Will this have the same fate?
Nope!! That short had some bugs during installation that I was not able to fix. So we are continuing with this one.
Think. Manage. Profit.
Over to you