Types of Paid to Promote
Basics of Paid to Promote
Paid to Promote Programs
your PTP Page
These are two types of paid to promote programs:
Paid to Promote only - programs where you get compensated for showing other
viewers a particular product, service, webpage or ad unit, e.g. ad toolbars, banners,
2. Paid To Read with Paid to Promote -
wherein you also get a PTP page you can earn from in addition to the standard
Paid to Read program.
You can earn from both programs
simulataneously, but they also have their individual advantages and
Paid to Promote only
Choice of promoting a
PTP page, or adding ad units to your own website. Promoting via
autosurfs may be allowed
Nothing so far
Paid to Read
Programs with a
Paid to Promote feature
Earnings help you reach
your PTR payout sooner. No need to have your own website. Promoting your
page can also bring you more referrals.
Usually, sites you can
promote from are more limited. You cannot control the content of your
PTP pages. PTP pages may carry viruses.
THE BASICS OF PAID TO PROMOTE
Although paid to promote is essentially
being credited per view of a particular page or ad unit, it does not
automatically mean that each view is equated with one full credit. Most
programs implement certain restrictions for being credited. These may
include but are not limited to:
Time interval -
the period where in multiple hits from the same IP address will only be
credited once. For example, a 12-hour unique bases means that all hits from
the same from an IP address within a 12 hour interval will only count once.
IP address -
only unique hits per time interval will count towards your account credit
origin/Country tiers - advertisers usually specify their target country
population, so PTP programs implement country tiering where they categorize
all countries as first tier, second tiers and so on, while associateing them
with a certain credit value. For example, all hits from first tier countries
will count as one full credit, from 2nd tier countries as 0.8 credits, etc.
- some programs do not credit hits from sites that are not approved. These
measures were implemented to increase the probability that their pages are
being seen by real people, to establish their support of programs deemed
legitimate or sustainable, and /or to preserve their own sustainability. For
example, autosurf programs are usually not approved sites for promoting your
Validity - a valid hit is defined as hits where 100% of data is
transmitted. Most PTPs only count valid hits, where the PTP page is allowed
to fully load.
Another set of guidelines govern credit-to-cash conversion.
Rate of Exchange
- determines the value of your credits. For example, a rate of $1 CPM (cost
per milia/1000 credits) means that you can exchange 1000 credits for $1.
Rate - this is the amount of credits you must have acquired before you
will be allowed to exchange them for cash. For example, a minimum exchange
rate of 1000 credits means that you can only convert credits to cash once
you have at least 1000 credits in your account.
Classification - in some programs, not all credits are created equal.
They can designate credits as cashable of non-cashable, where non-cashable
credits can only be used to redeem for website views, ads, and the like.
PAID TO PROMOTE
Joined: Augut , 2006
Total Paid Out: €0.00
Account Balance: €0.00
Check put the latest point
conversion rates: July 2006: 1.71 €/1000 pts
June 2006: 2.28 €/1000 pts
Promotion Page - Earn 1
point per valid visitor (24-hr unique), convertible to eure-cents at the
beginning of each month
Referral Earning Levels
50% of direct
referrals' point earnings!
OTHER PTP PROGRAMS
- newly relaunched, with over 5,500 members worldwide, the
program has NO MINIMUM payout, which you can request once per month via
Egold or Paypal, with a $0.25 flat payout fee.
PROMOTING YOUR PTP PAGE
Before promoting your web pages, be sure to check out
each programs guidelines first. You can usually promote them in any of the
Manual Traffic Exchanges - these are usually approved by
PTP programs and entail surfing other sites for credits that you can use in
turn to promote your PTP page. To maximize your earning potential, try
joining several manual surfs and run them simultaneously.
Autosurf Programs - a quicker version of Manual Traffic
Exchanges that do not require you to click before the next web site can be
shown. Some PTP programs have begun creating PTP pages that can be promoted
at autosurfs at a much lower rate of exchange, usually around $0.10 CPM.
This is because it's very probable that viewers may just launch the surf
bar, then go on to do other things. In addition, some autosurf programs
usually give large credit signup bonuses and even monthly credit allowances.
Paid to Read/Paid to Click Programs - a lot of these
programs offer affordable advertising packages geared towards Paid to Promote where you are almost
100% guaranteed to make a profit. When purchasing ads, make sure to ask the
timer for each ad as it is useless if your PTP pages do not have enough time
to load fully.