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June 25, 2015, 03:14:58 AM
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Hi everyone, I have had a faucet running for over a month, it has over 60 links in different sites/rotators/lists, I promoted it daily via twitter and facebook, it gets around 1500-2000 visits a day.

The thing is I have handed out close to 0.180 BTC and I have made just 26 USD through ads revenue. I will try to keep the faucet running and I want to bump the rewards but my budget is small and I can't continue much longer with my numbers in red. I don't want to ask for your knowhow/secrets, but just for some pointers or tips and your overall experience managing a faucet.

I have tried moving around the ads, adding a rotator, but the people is not clicking the ads, and I don't want to put a shitload of ads and popups that eventually will annoy the people.

IF some of you could take a look at  my site and tell me your opinion of what can be happening , I will be forever grateful.

Thanks a lot for your time.


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June 25, 2015, 03:24:08 AM
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Hi everyone, I have had a faucet running for over a month, it has over 60 links in different sites/rotators/lists, I promoted it daily via twitter and facebook, it gets around 1500-2000 visits a day.

The thing is I have handed out close to 0.180 BTC and I have made just 26 USD through ads revenue. I will try to keep the faucet running and I want to bump the rewards but my budget is small and I can't continue much longer with my numbers in red. I don't want to ask for your knowhow/secrets, but just for some pointers or tips and your overall experience managing a faucet.

I have tried moving around the ads, adding a rotator, but the people is not clicking the ads, and I don't want to put a shitload of ads and popups that eventually will annoy the people.

IF some of you could take a look at  my site and tell me your opinion of what can be happening , I will be forever grateful.

Thanks a lot for your time.



Not a bad design.

Trafficwise, Xapo faucets get a little less than Faucetbox - maybe a bit more than Microwallet, but still.

You don't have a referral program I noticed? This is fairly important if you want to generate viral traffic. You may not be listed on sites like iFaucet if this is the case.

Big scrolls to nowhere -could be shorter. Keep the design tight.


 
 
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June 25, 2015, 04:37:00 AM
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Not a bad design.

Trafficwise, Xapo faucets get a little less than Faucetbox - maybe a bit more than Microwallet, but still.

You don't have a referral program I noticed? This is fairly important if you want to generate viral traffic. You may not be listed on sites like iFaucet if this is the case.

Big scrolls to nowhere -could be shorter. Keep the design tight.

Thanks for answering, I'm thinking about opening a Faucetbox faucet, even though Xapo offers no fees.  I have a referral program , 10%.  The faucet is listed in several sites including ifaucet (or at least it used to be). 

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