What makes the Paid To Surf concept
possible? A valuable asset which you and you alone
control is your time and attention. Companies that
produce goods and services need consumers like you and me
to use their products and services. They spend billions
of dollars on advertisements to attract some of our time
and attention. Paid To Surf provides us a method to
receive direct cash benefit for giving our time and
attention. You already receive
indirect benefits from advertising dollars every day.
It is advertising dollars that pay to produce and
broadcast TV shows. You receive these programs
whether entertainment, news, or sporting events for free.
Actually your time and attention to the commericials is
the price you pay for these television shows. This
is also true of magazines and newspapers where the price
you pay for these items is significantly lower because
advertising dollars are used to pay most of the costs.
How does Paid To Surf work? The Paid To Surf
programs sell advertising space on the banner that will
be on your computer monitor. They have a very low
cost to deliver these ads to hundreds of thousands and
even millions of members. The profits are then
passed on to the members either by paying them a
percentage of the ad revenue or a flat rate per hour for
having the banners displayed.
For your part you are required to be connected to the
internet to provide a way for the ads to be sent to you
and for you to visit the advertisers you find interesting.
Some programs require you to be actively surfing.
With many you can get paid while you are working on your
desktop. At this very moment I have five banners
running so I am being paid to edit this webpage.
How much will I earn? First let me say do
not be fooled into thinking these programs are a way to
get rich quick. If that is what you want then this
is not it. Sorry. To answer the question
though there are different approaches to take on these
1. No effort at all approach. If you join one
or two programs, refer no new members and just surf 30-50
hours per month you will make at least $20-$30 per month.
2. A little bit of spare time effort. If you
join 4 or 5 programs and tell some friends and relatives
about the Paid To Surf concept you will build a small
downline which will grow as the people you refer in turn
refer a few others and so on. You won't get rich
but you will start getting checks that will get a bit
larger as your downline grows. You could easily be
making $100 or more per month with only minimal effort.
3. The every spare moment maximum effort approach.
For this you need to join all the good programs If
you actively pursue referrals using a website and many of
the ideas from the "REFERRALS" page you can
make thousands of dollars per month. I am
personally making several thousand every month and that
amount is growing every month. If you already have
a website with a lot of traffic you are already have a
running start. I didn't in fact I was clueless on
making a webpage when I first got involved with Paid To
Is this a scam? Absolutely not.
Members of these programs have already begun receiving
checks. All the money comes from advertisers.
You are being paid for you time and attention plus your
efforts in getting others to become members too.
Should i use cheat programs?
There are many different cheat programs
for Paid to Surf companies floating around the web. Don't
use any of them! There are several reasons not to.
1)Companies such as AllAdvantage and Spedia have gotten
very good at detecting these cheat programs. When they
detect that you are using a cheat program, your account
will be canceled. Tons of accounts have already been
canceled for this reason.
2)You are committing fraud! When you sign up for a Paid
to Surf company, you agree not to fraudulently accumulate
or inflate time by using any sort of artificial means. By
defrauding AllAdvantage or another company, you will be
liable for lawsuits.
3)Cheating hurts everyone by lowering payout rates. When
you use a cheat program, you lower the quality of
responses that advertisers receive, thereby lowering the
advertising revenues that Paid to Surf companies can
generate. This lowers payout rates for everyone.