BouldRake wrote: The oldest living GPT site offers this, and I hate to call it a scam, because they've been paying for like a decade and a half, and they do technically send you traffic and give you free referrals, but...let's be polite, and just say I didn't renew my subscription for more than a few months, and don't see how Clixsense would benefit by following suit, despite this sounding great on paper.
Yes you see, that is the big problem. If a member does not get any takers, the member either feels
depressed, sad, or simply refers to the campaign as a scam. Of course, it is in fact one of the big
scammers ploy......to fake campaigns. That's why I was always very careful when I ran campaigns
for others. I made sure they knew everything. So here is a tip for anyone reading this and considering
paying money to buy into a campaign:
1. Make sure you understand the costs of the campaign and what your cost is
2. Make sure you know exactly where the ads are listed
3. Make sure you know exactly who is running the campaign
4. Make sure you understand rotation and know exactly what type of rotation and rotator they are using
(sequential rotator, random rotator, etc) Never pay into a random rotation.
There are other things you should know also depending on the campaign. Such as start date and
if there is a stop date. You should also be kept up to date daily.
You should also be allowed to see your stats, daily.
Most even legit, don't want to be bothered to tell you anything except go here and pay here.