Puckdropper
There's a few ads that require someone to do something
Sat May 14, 2022 4:17am
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like actually make a purchase before they pay out. They pay a lot per action because the action is so rare. Most are per-click, though. I'm just not sure I'd even trust a site I go to because of clicking on a banner ad. They just seem so sketchy.

It's kinda interesting how there's all this money floating around that doesn't seem to link to anything real. One cent per click, paid for by more one cent per click etc??? It's like paying a credit card with a credit card except they actually let you do it!

I bet Google is being very careful with their position... If they're seen as abusing the position, they could find themselves in "antitrust" proceedings like Microsoft did. At the same time, we really need something to encourage a better Internet. It's hard to find deep information with Google, the shallow sites have all maximized themselves for ad-placement and clicks. I wish Bing would rank sites differently enough it was hard to SEO for both search engines.

    • Completely agree. - Erik_, Mon May 09 2022 11:16am
      I get that pages get paid x amount for ad clicks they display, but how many people that accidentally (or the very few on purpose) click on an ad actually then proceed to spend any money on the sites they get sent to. What's worse, it's sometimes just a pyramid scheme of ad sites. Ex: start at on... more
      • There's a few ads that require someone to do something- Puckdropper, Sat May 14 2022 4:17am
        • Or is it one of those things where they just host SO many pages that even if each site only gets them a small amount of ad money, the number of sites makes up for it. Also, I wonder if you get paid for a click done by a web crawler? I get those on this site clicking buttons and links all the time. M... more
          • That's a good question, and I wonder if that's how it works - Puckdropper, Tue May 24 2022 4:21am
            Maybe the ads and clicks are so cheap they can't make any money with just one thing, so it takes a whole host of them to make things work. It's kinda like phone and e-mail scams, the message is so cheap they don't lose any money but if they just get one sucker it pays for annoying hundreds of thous... more
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