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Author Topic: 🔥[NEW] Bitcoin URL Shortener - Count ALL Views - $1 CPM - FaucetHub🔥  (Read 123 times)
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December 10, 2017, 08:13:00 AM


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December 12, 2017, 04:56:22 AM

Just a couple of quick notes, from a User Interface perspective:

1. You should have clear and easy ways to sign up for a new account. There's no "SIGN UP" or "REGISTER" verbiage on the website anywhere, except for the "3 STEPS" section, and the "CREATE AN ACCOUNT" button isn't clickable. Right now, the only way to sign up is to go to "MY ACCOUNT" in the navigation bar, and then click on the small link that says "Register a new membership" underneath the login form. That's a 2-step process that makes it difficult for new members to sign up.

My recommendation? Replace the "MY ACCOUNT" link with "SIGN UP" that points to the registration page. And then add another link that says "DASHBOARD", which takes users to the dashboard if they're signed in, or to the registration form if they are not.

2. When I click on the "Withdraw" tab from my dashboard, I see that there are only USD amounts and I cannot find the option to withdraw to FaucetHUB. Is this feature not yet available?

Overall, this looks great, and I will play around with using this shortener for the next few weeks and report back.

Is there an example landing page of this service that we can check out? I'd like to see the layout of it... Hopefully there are no popups like mellowads or

Good luck, OP!

EDIT: Nevermind, I will not be using this shortening service. 4 Popups from my sample link, one of which included a popup to a malicious page:

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