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Ads that actually pay?

Posted by zodiac73 1 year ago
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Ads that actually pay?
Posted 1 year ago
Hi all, I want to run a faucet, I have a friend who tried it though and the advertisers didn't pay out anywhere near what they were supposed to and he actually lost money. For a low traffic faucet, who pays in crypto and enough to give decent payouts to claimants and yet still make a profit? I am thinking of Dogecoin as that seems to be popular at the moment. Any advice is appreciated, hope I am posting in the right place !
RE: Ads that actually pay?
Posted 1 year ago
For new faucet good is a-ads and link shorteners, here you have link shorteners list: http://dogeclaim.ml
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Posted 1 year ago
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RE: Ads that actually pay?
Posted 1 year ago
He paid out too much to start, faucets need time to build awareness and a base of users. I have a list on my how to earn area on my page but, coinmedia is great, 1ink even better and easier to setup!  Those are 2 of the ones I like quite a bit.
RE: Ads that actually pay?
Posted 1 year ago
thanks for the replies so far :-) japakar i think i have your website open on my laptop at home (stuck in work now) :-)
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RE: Ads that actually pay?
Posted 1 year ago
I've been in the faucet business since 2015 and it has not become easier with time. You need to be aware that your faucet needs time to become profitable. Most ad networks will only accept good ranked sites. So you might loose all your chances if you apply too early. First get your faucet known. Get traffic and when you reach an Alexa rank of under 1 mio start to apply with the networks. With Mellowads you need to wait till your ranking is under 200'000. I built a list with the adnetworks I use: http://www.ref-hunters.ch/landing/adnetworks/index.php
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