The other day I wrote about building back links. I mentioned about making a list. I was supposed to finish this yesterday but I needed to set up something important. I will talk about more of it in the days to come, perhaps when I have something more concrete on it. Right now all I have are ideas. LOL! πŸ˜€

This is my own list! I didn’t want to cram my post with lots of affiliate links so I trimmed down my list to TOP 5 instead of Top 10. πŸ˜€ Yes, these are to-date my top 5 paying sites. Basically, these sites have contributed one way or the other to my own site. πŸ˜€

Β In this list, it’s a mix of traffic exchanges, paid-to-blog, and PTC. Indeed, it is an interesting mix. When I started online, I didn’t know all that I know now. I didn’t even know what PTC or TE meant. In my almost a year in online marketing, I’ve truly learned a lot. Learning is a continuous process and continues to this day. So, here’s my list :

1. Fair Trade Traffic (Traffic Exchange)

A traffic exchange owned by Kurt Hilliard. True, I joined this as it used to offer $1 and 420 credits upon signing up and surfing 100. Plus it has awesome 420 Fridays wherein there are cash prizes on prize pages. LOL! πŸ˜€ I’ve seen a few changes over the months since I’ve joined FTT. An upgrade now only costs $4.20 a month. I’ve purchased a lifetime upgrade at FTT too. Kurt is a cool owner and his ideas for the site are totally fantastic. It now has a social profile and personalized splash page.

2. Top Surfer (Traffic Exchange)

I’ve joined this traffic exchange a long while back. There was even a time when I didn’t surf in it regularly. However, it has now become my daily surf as there’s an option to earn $0.02 per 35 pages. Cashout is at $10 and I must say I’ve been paid at least four times already. Free members have a daily limit of 300 pages; while, Upgraded members, 800 pages.


3. SocialSpark (Paid To Blog)

This one’s a paid-to-blog site. This path is one in which I took when I first started looking for online money making opportunities. However, I don’t really get a lot of offers. Most opps pay well though. It’s easy to get approved as long as you’ve followed the guidelines. Before you sign up, your blog must be up and active for at least three months I believe. If you’re new to blogging, you’ll need to wait till then.

You blog. You Profit. Sign up for SocialSpark!

4. Blogsvertise (Paid-To-Blog)

Another of my paid-to-blog site. I’ve gotten less offers here — only two, in fact. But each one paid me $15, so it’s all good. I’ve always liked blogging I suppose so these sites work for me. I do understand some people don’t like it.

Advertise On This Blog

5. LinkGrand (Paid-To-Click)

This one is a PTC site. In fact, I’ve been a member for over a year now. It’s one of the first ones that I’ve joined. I’m glad I did background research before joining in any programs back then. I’ve managed to join lesser programs that have now gone kaput. If it’s a PTC, that could be frustrating as you do spend time and energy building your cash balance. It certainly is sad if you don’t get paid at all. In the case of LinkGrand, I won $25 in their monthly raffle. Perhaps it’s all luck, but then I’ve been pretty consistent in viewing these billboard ads since they launched it. LG has a great upgrade offer of $10 for a two-year upgrade. I used part of my winning to upgrade. That’s even better as I’m getting more ads in the process. Cashout is only at $5.

Like I’ve said at the start, here’s my short list of sites that paid me. For more details, visit My Income Earners page and you’ ll see more there. If you’re not a member of each, you may want to have a look. πŸ˜€Β  Now I wonder what my next list would be? LOL! πŸ˜€Β 

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