Paid to Click Websites
Paid to Click (PTC) sites are websites that pay you money to visit their advertisers. They usually pay $0.01 (USD 1 cent) for you to visit a website for between 30 to 60 seconds. Different sites pay different amounts, and there are a very large number of bad paid to click sites!
- You sign up for a free account.
- You log into your account, browse the list of adverts available to click.
- You click on an advert, and view the site for up to 60 seconds.
- Your account is immediately credited with the payment for visiting that site, as mentioned above, often $0.01.
- When you earn a certain amount (usually $10), you can request a payment, which is often paid by Paypal.
All of these sites offer a facility for you to pay to upgrade your account. This fee varies wildly, but in practice, would take you a year to earn that money back if you were clicking adverts. Even if you earn a little extra from clicking adverts, it takes a long time to make your money back. It’s just not worth it.
My advice is to never ever give a company money that is supposed to be paying you money!
These are the only PTC sites that I recommend, and are definitely worth signing up with.
- Wordlinx – consistently earning with 1 to 4 adverts a day – easily my favourite of all PTC websites. Pays 1p per click (with $2 = Ã‚Â£1, better value than most). I get around 5 to 10 emails a day to click on adverts. Their referrals rate is not great, but it does earn a little extra. Their site is always fast and easy to use. Click here to visit Word Linx
- EnglandBux – Poorly made English PTC website, money can be earned here though.
- MoneyBux – I get around 5 to 8 emails a day, with $0.01 a click. This is earning a steady amount of money too. Very similar to EnglandBux.
- Bux.to – The first site that I joined, and has about 6 adverts a day for me to click on. This site has the best referral payment rate, so for each click one of your referrals makes, you get $0.01 too.
Here’s a list of sites I recommend that you never join, as you’ll be wasting your valuable advert clicking time.
- AdBux – poor payouts, rarely adverts to click on, and the site is often working slowly.
- Snow Clicks – very frequently broken, very difficult to understand website, poor returns on clicks. Bad all round!