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1  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Biggico - Premiere Crypto Affiliate Network on: January 26, 2019, 12:57:56 AM
Hi,

I have just published a Biggico review on my blog. I tried to sign up for this affiliate network and here is my experience: http://www.marblehost.com/blog/biggico-affiliate-network-review.php
2  Economy / Services / Re: [FREE]Advertisement on my 10k Twitter account [FREE] on: February 09, 2018, 01:10:53 PM
Hi,

Sounds like a nice offer! It would be great if you could tweet about MoneyToplist Academy, my free course where people can learn how to make a living with a blog.

Quote
Do you want to make a living with your own blog? Learn all the strategies you need to succeed in the MoneyToplist Academy (a free course): http://www.moneytoplist.com/academy/

Thanks!

posted, check here:
https://twitter.com/landofcrypto/status/961939772074790912

Thanks!
3  Economy / Services / Re: [FREE]Advertisement on my 10k Twitter account [FREE] on: February 09, 2018, 12:26:11 PM
Hi,

Sounds like a nice offer! It would be great if you could tweet about MoneyToplist Academy, my free course where people can learn how to make a living with a blog.

Quote
Do you want to make a living with your own blog? Learn all the strategies you need to succeed in the MoneyToplist Academy (a free course): http://www.moneytoplist.com/academy/

Thanks!
4  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [ANN] - Bitraffic - Bitcoin Advertising Network on: January 31, 2018, 09:50:11 PM
Hi Dogeblog,

I have nothing to do with Bitraffic, just wanted to tell you I have visited your link and a malware was found by my antivirus program.

perhaps this could even be a reason of denial on my bitraffic account, either way its obviously not good, i will go through every file to look for malicious code.

did your antivirus tell you its cause?

if you use popunder.net ads or similar service, you will find malware ads.

Exactly, I am 99% sure that checking your files would be waste of time. In fact, any ad code, including banners, can cause it. Some ad networks have better protection, some worse, but it always may happen. I have heard that even AdSense had this problem for a very short period of time.
5  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [ANN] - Bitraffic - Bitcoin Advertising Network on: January 31, 2018, 12:10:52 PM
Hi Dogeblog,

I have nothing to do with Bitraffic, just wanted to tell you I have visited your link and a malware was found by my antivirus program.
6  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: Token.ad : Get the highest revenue from your crypto traffic [OFFICIAL] on: January 23, 2018, 07:11:31 PM
Hi,

I would like to report you a minor bug.

When a user submits the registration form without filling in all fields, appears a message asking him to fill in all fields (ok so far, even though the "message" field looks a little weird in a registration form). But after filling all fields and submitting the form again, appears a "wrong captcha" error. It is necessary to reload the page and fill in the form again in order to register.
7  Economy / Services / Re: 💰💰 PPCADMEDIA.COM Bitcoin Advertising Network, Most Trusted Ad Network 💰💰 on: January 23, 2018, 12:05:09 PM
Hi again,

1. I have sent you a payment. Can you approve it, please?
2. It seems there is a SSL related problem on your website. Please check it out.
8  Economy / Services / Re: 💰💰 PPCADMEDIA.COM Bitcoin Advertising Network, Most Trusted Ad Network 💰💰 on: January 14, 2018, 02:08:25 AM
Hi,

how can I add funds using PayPal? I see only the BTC deposit option.

Sending a few USD in BTC to test the network does not have sense as the BTC transaction fees are ridiculously high, so I would like to use the PayPal option.

Thanks
9  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [ANN] - Bitraffic - Bitcoin Advertising Network on: January 03, 2018, 12:15:58 AM
Thanks, it works fine now. I have successfully created my first ad.
10  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [ANN] - Bitraffic - Bitcoin Advertising Network on: January 02, 2018, 02:35:26 PM
Hi,

I am trying to sign up as advertiser, but there is no submit button bellow the signup form. I tried it with Firefox and Chrome...
11  Economy / Services / Re: [FREE] Bitcoin Transaction Accelerator on: January 02, 2018, 01:05:05 PM
8a846089a19c4382a81510572b77a9374d034967f95b50a3537c20bc5deaf380

Thanks!
12  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Any bitcoin ad network for non-faucet websites? on: December 26, 2017, 09:07:10 PM
You can try bitvertise.net - I have an advertiser account there (no experience as publisher) and in the targeting options are many non-bitcoin categories.

I copied the list of categories for you:

Bitcoin
Cars & Bikes
   Cars
   Commercial Vehicles
   Scooters
Education & Learning
   Career-Counseling
   Coaching-Classes
   Distance-Learning-Courses
   Hobby-Classes
   Play-Schools-Creche
   Private-Tuitions
   Professional-Courses
   Workshops
Electronics & Technology
   Camera-Accessories
   Cameras-Digicams
   Computer-Peripherals
   Everything-Else
   IPods-MP3-Players
   Laptops-Desktops
   Mobile-Accessories
   Mobile-Cell-Phones
   Music-Systems-Home-Theatre
   Office-Supplies
   Tools-Machinery-Industrial
   TV-DVD-Multimedia
   Video-Games-Consoles
Entertainment
   Acting-Modeling-Roles
   Acting-Schools
   Actor-Model-Portfolios
   Art-Directors-Editors
   Fashion-Designers-Stylists
   Make-Up-Hair
   Modeling-Agencies
   Musicians
   Other-Entertainment
   Script-Writers
   Set-Designers
   Sound-Engineers
Games
   Gambling
Home & Lifestyle
   Air-Conditioners-Coolers
   Antiques-Handicrafts
   Baby-Infant-Products
   Bags-Luggage
   Books-Magazines
   Clothing-Garments
   Collectibles
   Fashion-Accessories
   Gifts-Stationary
   Home-Decor-Furnishings
   Home-Kitchen-Appliances
   Home-Office-Furniture
   Household
   Jewellery
   Musical-Instruments
   Paintings
   Toys-Games
   Watches
Jobs
   Accounting-Tax-Audit
   Airline-Travel
   Banking-Finance-Insurance
   BPO-Call-Center-KPO
Catering-Hospitality
   Content-Writers-Translators
   Customer-Service
   Education-Teaching
   Engineering
   Freelancers
   HR
   Internet-Web-Designers
   IT-Hardware
   IT-Software
   Marketing
   Other-Jobs
   Part-Time-Temps
   Sales
   Telecom
   Work-From-Home
Other
Pets & Pet Care
Real Estate
   Apartments for Rent
   Apartments For Sale
   Land-Plot-For-Sale
   Office-Commercial-For-Rent
   Office-Commercial-For-Sale
   Service-Apartments
   Vacation-Rentals
Services
   Advertising - Design
   Airline - Train - Bus Tickets
   Business Offers
   Car Rentals - Taxi Services
   Catering -Tiffin Services
   Computer - Web Services
   Cooks
   Courier Services
   Drivers
   Electronics - Appliances Repair
   Health - Fitness
   Hotels - Resorts
   Loans - Insurance
   Restaurants - Coffee Shops
   Travel Agents
   Vacation - Tour Packages
13  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: Bitcoin ad networks - invoices and pricing on: December 11, 2017, 03:43:07 PM
I dont have ezperience with advertising, but i do as publisher with btc ad networks. Some go by fiat per cpm cpc ctr , etc.

But, if you like to place ads at faucets your cheapest option is to just directly contact faucet owner and work out a deal. They might accept altcoins to reduce fees.
Hi GGBTC.NL,

Thanks for your suggestion. At this point, if prefer to advertise using ad networks, as this Bitcoin world is a new niche for me and I have to discover some averages regarding ROI so that I know how much I can offer to the faucet owners. But if everything works as I expect, I will definitely follow your suggestion.

I think I agree with GGBTC.NL, contacting a faucet owner directly for adspace might not be a bad idea. It'll probably be cheaper and you can work out the details between you.
As a faucet owner myself, I've never had it happening to me but I'd be open to the idea for sure.
Hi Kema,

Thanks for your input. If everything goes well, I will contact you to see if we can make a deal.

Yeah. as faucet owner it would be nice to work out a deal with advertiser. If they could pay with altcoins would be even better becouse paying high fees in BTC network is realy getting annoying.
Hi coin_curious,

I believe that other possible solution would be a transfer between Coinbase accounts, as it is free. Anyway, if everything goes well, I will also contact you to see if we can make a deal.

i'd recommend you Coinzilla for advertising their rates are automatically adjusted by the BTC Price

By the way, if you want to advertise on any network i recommend you to contact an admin before doing the payment so it can adjust its rates for you
Hi RektCoins,

Thanks, I have already an account there and Coinzilla is on my list of ad networks to try.
14  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: Bitcoin ad networks - invoices and pricing on: November 28, 2017, 04:25:51 PM
I recommend to move this thread to Micro Earnings board. There you will get answers faster than on Beginners board.
1. I only tried 2 networks to buy advertisements (a-ads and mellowads) and they don't gave invoice. But there are some networks which are working both with Bitcoin and fiat, maybe it would be possible to ask for invoice there.
2. I never tried to follow, how much it takes to update adverticing price when Bitcoin goes up. But as I remember, some networks have fixed prices in $, so it's always updated in BTC value.

Thank you, LTU_btc.

I just moved the topic as you suggested. As it was my first post, I felt it as a newbie question Smiley
15  Economy / Micro Earnings / Bitcoin ad networks - invoices and pricing on: November 28, 2017, 02:50:13 PM
Hello,

I decided to try to buy advertising on Bitcoin faucets. I noticed that it is almost impossible to buy ads the traditional way there (paying with credit card) and the ad space is sold using Bitcoin ad networks. I am experimenting with them for a few days and they seem to work a little differently than traditional ad networks in some aspects.

So I would like to ask about two questions:

1. Are there some Bitcoin ad networks which will send me an invoice after the purchase? As I see, almost everybody in this niche is trying to be anonymous and my impression is that they don't care too much about tax related laws, so I am afraid the answer is "no", anyway, I would like to hear the experience of those of you who have used these ad networks.

2. The Bitcoin price is changing. What about the ad pricing? I bought some Bitcoins a week ago when they cost about $8,000. Now the price is almost $10,000. But the CPM or clicks prices in Bitcoin still cost the same (so they are about 20% more expensive for those who would buy Bitcoin today). From your experience, how long does it take the Bitcoin prices reflect higher value of Bitcoin? In other words, when Bitcoin cost more, how long does it usually take the advertising prices in Bitcoins go down?
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