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August 10, 2015, 05:17:34 AM
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Anyone have some reliable info on how much bitcoin faucet sites can make in ad revenue? And how is the revenue generated - through page views? Ad clicks? Something else?

Freebitco.in, Xapo Faucet, Moon Bitcoin, there's a lot of good faucet sites that keep people coming back (and only for dust)...how much money are these site owners making on a monthly or annual basis?

Let me know what you know!

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August 10, 2015, 05:31:32 AM
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It all depends how many ads the site owner decides to put on their site and if they choose click ads or pay per thousand views.
The ad revenue can be 50 cents to a few dollars per day depending.
I recently entered into the faucet world myself and google adsense so far pays the best.

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August 10, 2015, 07:13:08 AM
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Thanks for your response. Mind if I ask a few more questions?

So the site owner can choose if they want to get paid per ad click or page views? And that it can pay from $0.50 to a few dollars per day.

IF we use freebitco.in as an example...and if that site uses the payment per 1000 page views model, the minimum amount paid out from the faucet for 1000 page views is about $1.85 (assuming a $265 bitcoin price AND that the minimum faucet payout is 700 satoshi). So that site needs to get more than $1.85 or 1,000 times the minimum faucet payout to potentially break even on their venture.

What's the average pay rate for the 1,000 page views pay model?

Dollars a day doesn't seem worth it. And maybe this was your point...giving me enough info to satisfy my question and keep me concluding that it's not worth my time.

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Thanks for your response. Mind if I ask a few more questions?

So the site owner can choose if they want to get paid per ad click or page views? And that it can pay from $0.50 to a few dollars per day.

IF we use freebitco.in as an example...and if that site uses the payment per 1000 page views model, the minimum amount paid out from the faucet for 1000 page views is about $1.85 (assuming a $265 bitcoin price AND that the minimum faucet payout is 700 satoshi). So that site needs to get more than $1.85 or 1,000 times the minimum faucet payout to potentially break even on their venture.

What's the average pay rate for the 1,000 page views pay model?

Dollars a day doesn't seem worth it. And maybe this was your point...giving me enough info to satisfy my question and keep me concluding that it's not worth my time.

It´s worth the time and money if you do it right, freebitco.in has a lot of other advertising ways like you can buy an ad on their webpage, they also get paid by google or depending on what company they decided to use, google pays a lot more for clicks than views, obviously they get a lot of money and they are profiting from it, they have a dice game as well so people lose more money there.

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August 10, 2015, 10:47:42 AM
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Thanks for your response. Mind if I ask a few more questions?

So the site owner can choose if they want to get paid per ad click or page views? And that it can pay from $0.50 to a few dollars per day.

IF we use freebitco.in as an example...and if that site uses the payment per 1000 page views model, the minimum amount paid out from the faucet for 1000 page views is about $1.85 (assuming a $265 bitcoin price AND that the minimum faucet payout is 700 satoshi). So that site needs to get more than $1.85 or 1,000 times the minimum faucet payout to potentially break even on their venture.

What's the average pay rate for the 1,000 page views pay model?

Dollars a day doesn't seem worth it. And maybe this was your point...giving me enough info to satisfy my question and keep me concluding that it's not worth my time.

It´s worth the time and money if you do it right, freebitco.in has a lot of other advertising ways like you can buy an ad on their webpage, they also get paid by google or depending on what company they decided to use, google pays a lot more for clicks than views, obviously they get a lot of money and they are profiting from it, they have a dice game as well so people lose more money there.

Freebitco.in are just lucky on my opinion because Google Adsense don't allow gambling content and Freebitco.in do have that as far as I know .
@OP there is planty of bitcoin advertising networks , you should use Adbit.co I'am not sure about the fees but here is the revenues (Moonbit.co.in) is basically earning 0.3 BTC a day but as yo ucan see he have a lot of traffic .
So basically all you need to know is "traffic" , if you have shitload of traffic you will have shitload of money to pay users on the faucet + some profit


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August 10, 2015, 07:58:38 PM
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I do not know how they make their ad money but I recently saw a faucet for sale where the owner claimed profits of $24000 per month. Pinch of salt I think.
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August 10, 2015, 08:05:35 PM
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I dont know exactly how much, but it can be more then $3k a month.

The website owner may or may not want to share these details for obvious reasons. But, you can add up on freebitco.ins lottery thing, and then add the count for referral sections as well of the last paid out addresses.

So the site owner is making minimum of more then 4 btc per month just for starters.
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August 10, 2015, 08:32:43 PM
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I do not know how they make their ad money but I recently saw a faucet for sale where the owner claimed profits of $24000 per month. Pinch of salt I think.

That seems absurdly high for a faucet to do really well.

I can see why freebitco.in does well because of the keyword naturally brings 1,300 per month search volume and similar related words to add that.

But I dont see any other sites to do well because of the seo done on them arent based on keywords.

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August 11, 2015, 06:04:15 AM
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I dont know exactly how much, but it can be more then $3k a month.

The website owner may or may not want to share these details for obvious reasons. But, you can add up on freebitco.ins lottery thing, and then add the count for referral sections as well of the last paid out addresses.

So the site owner is making minimum of more then 4 btc per month just for starters.

Well this is a really nice money to be earned. Of course, I guess that you have to be one of the best faucets on the market to earn this amount.

I would like to know how much work is needed to make one good faucet like this that will bring you this amount of money. You must make it in the first place but is it much needed for maintenance later or you just let it sit like this while it makes you profit.
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August 11, 2015, 05:22:39 PM
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Anyone have some reliable info on how much bitcoin faucet sites can make in ad revenue? And how is the revenue generated - through page views? Ad clicks? Something else?

Freebitco.in, Xapo Faucet, Moon Bitcoin, there's a lot of good faucet sites that keep people coming back (and only for dust)...how much money are these site owners making on a monthly or annual basis?

Let me know what you know!

i made small faucet (bitcoin and litecoin). with small reward price 100-300 satoshi and 1000-5000 litoshi.
first 3 month, on approximately 5$ deposit on faucet balance, i have 17-20$ on google adsense.
all do this without any advertisement, or seo action or etc. just put script on server and go on.

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August 11, 2015, 06:44:30 PM
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Anyone have some reliable info on how much bitcoin faucet sites can make in ad revenue? And how is the revenue generated - through page views? Ad clicks? Something else?

Freebitco.in, Xapo Faucet, Moon Bitcoin, there's a lot of good faucet sites that keep people coming back (and only for dust)...how much money are these site owners making on a monthly or annual basis?

Let me know what you know!

i made small faucet (bitcoin and litecoin). with small reward price 100-300 satoshi and 1000-5000 litoshi.
first 3 month, on approximately 5$ deposit on faucet balance, i have 17-20$ on google adsense.
all do this without any advertisement, or seo action or etc. just put script on server and go on.
Do you have a pay-per-click system? If so, you're making quite a bit, however I'm not sure what the click % and the various statistics are for your site, but regardless of that, for a small faucet, that's really good.

If you don't mind me asking, what script do you use?

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August 11, 2015, 06:54:24 PM
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Anyone have some reliable info on how much bitcoin faucet sites can make in ad revenue? And how is the revenue generated - through page views? Ad clicks? Something else?

Freebitco.in, Xapo Faucet, Moon Bitcoin, there's a lot of good faucet sites that keep people coming back (and only for dust)...how much money are these site owners making on a monthly or annual basis?

Let me know what you know!

i made small faucet (bitcoin and litecoin). with small reward price 100-300 satoshi and 1000-5000 litoshi.
first 3 month, on approximately 5$ deposit on faucet balance, i have 17-20$ on google adsense.
all do this without any advertisement, or seo action or etc. just put script on server and go on.
Do you have a pay-per-click system? If so, you're making quite a bit, however I'm not sure what the click % and the various statistics are for your site, but regardless of that, for a small faucet, that's really good.

If you don't mind me asking, what script do you use?

just default faucetbox script.
I even had a much better relationship with litecoin faucet. and of course country target is very clear.


   


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August 11, 2015, 06:58:32 PM
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I do not know how they make their ad money but I recently saw a faucet for sale where the owner claimed profits of $24000 per month. Pinch of salt I think.

That seems absurdly high for a faucet to do really well.

I can see why freebitco.in does well because of the keyword naturally brings 1,300 per month search volume and similar related words to add that.

But I dont see any other sites to do well because of the seo done on them arent based on keywords.

Well freebitco.in has to win even more per month to sustain their btc lost, take a look at the stats, some days they give out 30+ bitcoins per day and some others even 100, of course some of those are going to get wasted on gambling and some of them never get withdrawn but still, it´s a huge amount

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August 11, 2015, 07:30:28 PM
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I dont know exactly how much, but it can be more then $3k a month.

The website owner may or may not want to share these details for obvious reasons. But, you can add up on freebitco.ins lottery thing, and then add the count for referral sections as well of the last paid out addresses.

So the site owner is making minimum of more then 4 btc per month just for starters.

I've been looking on starting my own faucet for quite some time now, even researching on how to create one from scratch but I don't know whether this is worth my time or not. 4 btc per month for starters is quite a big sum, but the reality is if you don't have enough traffic, you won't just take the cut. I'll be even luck to generate even half of the amount if I started doing one right now.

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August 11, 2015, 08:56:12 PM
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I dont know exactly how much, but it can be more then $3k a month.

The website owner may or may not want to share these details for obvious reasons. But, you can add up on freebitco.ins lottery thing, and then add the count for referral sections as well of the last paid out addresses.

So the site owner is making minimum of more then 4 btc per month just for starters.

I've been looking on starting my own faucet for quite some time now, even researching on how to create one from scratch but I don't know whether this is worth my time or not. 4 btc per month for starters is quite a big sum, but the reality is if you don't have enough traffic, you won't just take the cut. I'll be even luck to generate even half of the amount if I started doing one right now.
Well, if you can find a way to make a free-lance website that uses Bitcoin and you charge a small service fee, you will not only make a fair amount of money (Especially if you can get high-end website designers using your site), but you'd also contribute to the value of Bitcoin, which would entice more people to start using Bitcoin again, in which you could create a faucet and generate the traffic you speak of.

That is, of course, completely hypothetical.

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I dont know exactly how much, but it can be more then $3k a month.

The website owner may or may not want to share these details for obvious reasons. But, you can add up on freebitco.ins lottery thing, and then add the count for referral sections as well of the last paid out addresses.

So the site owner is making minimum of more then 4 btc per month just for starters.

I've been looking on starting my own faucet for quite some time now, even researching on how to create one from scratch but I don't know whether this is worth my time or not. 4 btc per month for starters is quite a big sum, but the reality is if you don't have enough traffic, you won't just take the cut. I'll be even luck to generate even half of the amount if I started doing one right now.
Well, if you can find a way to make a free-lance website that uses Bitcoin and you charge a small service fee, you will not only make a fair amount of money (Especially if you can get high-end website designers using your site), but you'd also contribute to the value of Bitcoin, which would entice more people to start using Bitcoin again, in which you could create a faucet and generate the traffic you speak of.

That is, of course, completely hypothetical.

That would be complicated and difficult in my part because I don't have all the time in this world to maintain one (studying atm). Maintaining a faucet would be way easier I think, and that's why I'm planning to create one from scratch and see how would that pan out. Also, there are a lot of freelance website that already accepts bitcoin and some of them are already established.

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August 11, 2015, 09:09:21 PM
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I dont know exactly how much, but it can be more then $3k a month.

The website owner may or may not want to share these details for obvious reasons. But, you can add up on freebitco.ins lottery thing, and then add the count for referral sections as well of the last paid out addresses.

So the site owner is making minimum of more then 4 btc per month just for starters.

I've been looking on starting my own faucet for quite some time now, even researching on how to create one from scratch but I don't know whether this is worth my time or not. 4 btc per month for starters is quite a big sum, but the reality is if you don't have enough traffic, you won't just take the cut. I'll be even luck to generate even half of the amount if I started doing one right now.
Well, if you can find a way to make a free-lance website that uses Bitcoin and you charge a small service fee, you will not only make a fair amount of money (Especially if you can get high-end website designers using your site), but you'd also contribute to the value of Bitcoin, which would entice more people to start using Bitcoin again, in which you could create a faucet and generate the traffic you speak of.

That is, of course, completely hypothetical.

That would be complicated and difficult in my part because I don't have all the time in this world to maintain one (studying atm). Maintaining a faucet would be way easier I think, and that's why I'm planning to create one from scratch and see how would that pan out. Also, there are a lot of freelance website that already accepts bitcoin and some of them are already established.
True, some of them already accept Bitcoin and have existed for a decent period of time, but again it was just a hypothetical idea and not something that would actually work, unless you have serious luck and/or marketing skills.

When you do start your faucet, though, send me a message and I'll browse through it, possibly send the url to some of my friends.

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August 11, 2015, 09:17:49 PM
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I dont know exactly how much, but it can be more then $3k a month.

The website owner may or may not want to share these details for obvious reasons. But, you can add up on freebitco.ins lottery thing, and then add the count for referral sections as well of the last paid out addresses.

So the site owner is making minimum of more then 4 btc per month just for starters.

I've been looking on starting my own faucet for quite some time now, even researching on how to create one from scratch but I don't know whether this is worth my time or not. 4 btc per month for starters is quite a big sum, but the reality is if you don't have enough traffic, you won't just take the cut. I'll be even luck to generate even half of the amount if I started doing one right now.
Well, if you can find a way to make a free-lance website that uses Bitcoin and you charge a small service fee, you will not only make a fair amount of money (Especially if you can get high-end website designers using your site), but you'd also contribute to the value of Bitcoin, which would entice more people to start using Bitcoin again, in which you could create a faucet and generate the traffic you speak of.

That is, of course, completely hypothetical.

That would be complicated and difficult in my part because I don't have all the time in this world to maintain one (studying atm). Maintaining a faucet would be way easier I think, and that's why I'm planning to create one from scratch and see how would that pan out. Also, there are a lot of freelance website that already accepts bitcoin and some of them are already established.
True, some of them already accept Bitcoin and have existed for a decent period of time, but again it was just a hypothetical idea and not something that would actually work, unless you have serious luck and/or marketing skills.

When you do start your faucet, though, send me a message and I'll browse through it, possibly send the url to some of my friends.

Serious luck is not what I have lol, but I think my marketing skills are enough to get me going. My main enemy here is time because I cannot handle such a service pretty well while studying. In the faucet, I'll look into it first before I start creating one. I'll send a pm once everything is settled. Smiley

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August 11, 2015, 10:12:40 PM
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I do not know how they make their ad money but I recently saw a faucet for sale where the owner claimed profits of $24000 per month. Pinch of salt I think.

That seems absurdly high for a faucet to do really well.

I can see why freebitco.in does well because of the keyword naturally brings 1,300 per month search volume and similar related words to add that.

But I dont see any other sites to do well because of the seo done on them arent based on keywords.

Well freebitco.in has to win even more per month to sustain their btc lost, take a look at the stats, some days they give out 30+ bitcoins per day and some others even 100, of course some of those are going to get wasted on gambling and some of them never get withdrawn but still, it´s a huge amount

Those are insane amounts... I'm quite sure though that a lot of that will never be touched by persons. I personally also used some faucets a couple of times only to forget about the couple of satoshis in there.
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August 11, 2015, 10:40:37 PM
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I do not know how they make their ad money but I recently saw a faucet for sale where the owner claimed profits of $24000 per month. Pinch of salt I think.

That seems absurdly high for a faucet to do really well.

I can see why freebitco.in does well because of the keyword naturally brings 1,300 per month search volume and similar related words to add that.

But I dont see any other sites to do well because of the seo done on them arent based on keywords.

Wouldn't an SEO contract be really expensive though- to the point of never profiting (considering payouts vs. ad space)?

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