An average internet user comes across plenty of Get Rich Quick schemes floating around on the net. Almost all of these lure members in with promises of delivering an insane amount of riches in just 3-4 days while you just sit at your computer building up your referral list. You’ll notice something strangely similar about their advertising methods – all of them put substantial emphasis on words & phrases like FREE, FASTEST MONEY MAKING MACHINE EVER, LIVE A DREAM LIFE EVER AFTER etc. and denounce all others in this business. Reading their income outline compels many of us to rush head on and sign-up immediately. Unfortunately it doesn’t take long to realise that this “dream opportunity” isn’t really all that free as it claims to be. to get any real advantages out of it you’ve to build a massive list of referrals / affiliates and pay a monthly membership fee in order to gain any real benefits out of your down-line. The monthly payment part is what most of these services very conveniently forget to mention in their advertisements. Ah well !
I had played around with a lot of these online money makers before I launched this blog (and started earning advertisement revenue). These schemes operate on the principles of MLM (Multi Level Marketing) or Network Marketing – which means that in order to make some serious money you need to have a large networked down-line. Initially you can always lure others into signing up through similar advertisements. But when it comes to fishing out cash from their own pockets you’ll find a lot of your down-line vanishing into thin air overnight – coz it’s evident to everyone that there’s no guarantee that the scheme would work as advertised. Why waste hard-earned money of such a thing? While I am still interested in making those few extra bucks online – I’ve lost faith in all such schemes long since.
In comes Hits4Pay. I found this site through an AdBrite advertisement that popped up on my site. The catch-phrase sounded interesting but I was quite apprehensive about it. Anyway, there was no harm in spending a couple of second signing-up for it – so I went ahead with it. To my surprise this turned out to be the first ever scheme that doesn’t ask you to shell out anything from your pockets. You pay absolutely nothing for a membership with them – and never need to pay anything for upgrades either.
Hits4Pay operates on a much simpler principle. While signing-up you choose a bunch of topics that you’re interested in. They’ll keep sending you emails from advertisers about 2-3 times a week. To read the emails, you’ll need to log in to your Hits4Pay account and check your inbox. Once you’ve read the mails, your account gets credited with $0.02 – that is you receive 2 cents for every email you read. Admittedly this isn’t a big amount – but then again, this isn’t a get rich quick scheme either. There’s a scope to earn more by building a down-line. For every email read by your affiliates (1st and 2nd level), you receive $0.01. Having a large down-line can really boost your income – so that’s the only area you need to concentrate on.
What more – as of now they’re offering a $10 sign-up bonus. Your account gets padded with $10 the moment you sign-up and all emails you read after that goes towards topping up that amount. Payouts happen for as low as $25 and get sent directly to your PayPal account.
Here are the key features:
- Free Sign-up
- $10 bonus for just signing up
- No membership / upgradation fees ever
- Receive paid emails on topics that you choose
- No spamming
- A flat income of $0.02 per email you read
- Earn $0.01 from every email read by your 1st and 2nd level down-lines
- Minimum Payout $25
- Payouts occur instantly through PayPal
- Only limitation – 1 account per household
That more or less summarises the idea. If you’re interested in making some extra cash online, this could definitely be the scheme you’re looking for.
Instead of reading commercial emails for free receive emails on topics that interests you and Get Paid For It! Hits4Pay is one of very few highest paying advertising program in the industry.