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October 26, 2012, 11:05:33 PM
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If I had any super great ideas Id open my own site and do it myself, until everyone seen it was working and cloned it for themselves too.

Obviously you don't remember, or have never really read up on the whole 'dot com' boom / bust   and the GPT  boom bust thing.        Hint:  Yes history does repeat itself, especially when people don't know their history.  Either that or you are one of those types who for some odd reason think, oh but it will work this time.  Which would explain why you are in this situation to begin with as PT Barnum has stated as well.

Im not faulting you in any way, I am merely stating a fact.    Your site is VERY close to the other one now in the way it operates, with a few minor but significant differences.

See here is YOUR problem, along with everyone else doing this whole GPT bit coiny thingie.

There are only a very few 'advertisers' in this part of the town.  Now like every other advertiser, they are not going to pay over and over again for the same IP to click and click the ads,  they can't.
If they did, it would give them a bad rep, and the people who advertise through them would stop.   If I was an advertiser, I would not want that either,  I am paying for 'unique' visits, not the same person going to 40 sites to grab the money and not give a crap about what I am trying to advertise.  Which is essentially what happens in this entire 'GPT' industry.    Trust me,  it does,  THAT is why legit advertisers like google, and many others want no part of it.  Quantity is NOT quality.

This means your revenue for your advertisements is shit, which means you lower your rates, and eventually, except for the truly desperate, folks will stop clicking there because it isn't worth it.  Think I am wrong, look how many other 'mee too' sites have come and long gone already.

Sorry to piss on your rainbow and unicorn parade, but it is what it is.

You can try cute novelties like the bunny run or the scratch off for example, but it's not going to change the advertisers .vs. unique visitor problem.  So eventually your revenue will die off as well.

If you want to succeed you are going to have to come up with something truly unique, a service that is needed, especially when everyone and their brother is hopping into the script kiddie own your own bitcoin generator site... bla bla bla...    Either that or you are going to have to get some NEW advertisers and then figure out how to keep them once they see that they paid for 10k clicks, got 10k clicks and maybe 10 follow thru's.  (Note"  this shit all happened back in the mid to late 90's, so NO you are NOT the inventor of the paid to click industry, you are just resurrecting a tired zombie from the past.).  Instead of paying flat out real money, you are essentially 'laundering' it thru bit coins and riding the novelty of the bit coin thing to push thru the same failed business models of the past.

If my frankness angers you, well, sorry but if you can't take constructive criticism, then you are not going to be around very long, at least not profitably that is.

Merchants who offer stuff for bitcoins will probably succeed if they are smart and don't try to gouge folks too much, because it is something that IS useful and needed by those who do the bitcoin thing.
Free this and that,  will not last, because it is NOT free,  someone is paying for it, (the advertisers) and when they don't get any decent ROI, they leave.

Im sure I am going to get a bunch of hate mail now but hey, have at it, it's not going to fix the problem that is inherent in this business model.

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October 27, 2012, 01:04:00 AM
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There are only a very few 'advertisers' in this part of the town.  Now like every other advertiser, they are not going to pay over and over again for the same IP to click and click the ads,  they can't.
If they did, it would give them a bad rep, and the people who advertise through them would stop.   If I was an advertiser, I would not want that either,  I am paying for 'unique' visits, not the same person going to 40 sites to grab the money and not give a crap about what
Clicks of the CoinURL ads are counted only for unique visitors within 24 hours. That means if someone have clicked your ad many times on different sites, you will pay only for ONE click.

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October 27, 2012, 07:57:31 AM
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PM Poker has bitcoin freerolls every two hours.

(It's not my site. I just want it to succeed.)
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October 27, 2012, 11:43:50 AM
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bitcrate is empty
bitcoin so is broken,  been days and I keep getting the you have been here in the last 24 hours message,  someone else verify this?

paperfaucet is worthless.

cointube has a few vids and they are paying this time.  I got my money within 15 minutes of the view, others are having issues getting paid, can't guarantee it will work for you.
bitvisitor has some GREAT sponsors,  4mBTC to check out the site.  Link below.

CoinAd has changed to the daily bitcoin format,  while they don't give you a chance to figure out the second the prize will award like daily bitcoin does, they do have two nice prizes today if you happen to hit it.

everyone else appears to be operating as advertised.

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October 27, 2012, 04:16:49 PM
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You can change it up all you want under the same general 'model' however it still is not going to work, as pointed out by others already.  Only ONCE per 24 hours is getting the show credit for the ad banner no matter where it is shown at.  If I goto 6 different sites and see or click on the same banner, each of them does not get the money for it, only the first site I went to.  It doesn't matter how new or novel your presentation to me is, what matters is if your site happens to be the first I visit that day or not.  Now if you can figure out a way to get me to bookmark or goto your site first every day, then you might be onto something there, otherwise, you will just add to the growing list of cross outs on the first page.     As the buggy whip makers lament the invention of the automobile.

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October 28, 2012, 03:24:21 PM
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bitcrate and so are empty.

The rest appear to be running as advertised.

Bit visitor still have a few decent sponsors on them.

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October 28, 2012, 05:13:11 PM
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Now you can win CoinURL vouchers on the Daily Bitcoins!

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October 28, 2012, 06:17:36 PM
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Now you can win CoinURL vouchers on the Daily Bitcoins!

Is it possible to simply withdraw bitcoins from these CoinURL vouchers, or are there any requirements, like spending it on advertisement ?

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October 28, 2012, 06:46:01 PM
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Now you can win CoinURL vouchers on the Daily Bitcoins!

I'm not sure this is an upgrade.  If I don't want to promote my website what I can do with such a voucher?
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October 28, 2012, 07:11:44 PM
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I'm not sure this is an upgrade.  If I don't want to promote my website what I can do with such a voucher?
These vouchers are given away in a bundle with traditional prizes. If you don't need advertising, just don't use voucher or try to sell it to someone else who need Wink

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October 28, 2012, 07:13:56 PM
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Now you can win CoinURL vouchers on the Daily Bitcoins!

I'm not sure this is an upgrade.  If I don't want to promote my website what I can do with such a voucher?

You can sell them to me Wink
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October 28, 2012, 09:11:01 PM
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You can sell them to me Wink

Okay Carlos, will do!  Thanks for all your work to improve CoinAd!

However, I have not had any better luck hitting them than any other dailybitcoins jackpot.  I did notice that the prize counter does not seem to go down after the vouchers are (presumably) won.
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October 28, 2012, 10:19:49 PM
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Bitcrate has coins in it now.

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October 28, 2012, 10:30:17 PM
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I did notice that the prize counter does not seem to go down after the vouchers are (presumably) won.
Time you see in the payout schedule just indicates a moment when the prize or voucher become ready to be given out for the first user who makes a payout request.

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October 29, 2012, 10:16:42 PM
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Bitcrate has Coins in it!!
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.so is broken, has been for a while now.

bitvisitor has some ok sponsors.

still seeing if cointube will pay or not.

cointube is not paying out for me,  use at your own risk.


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October 31, 2012, 02:39:02 PM
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You might wanna add / check this out: http://tendrawbtc.com/free-bitcoin-daily-scratchcard  Cool

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October 31, 2012, 03:32:56 PM
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You might wanna add / check this out: http://tendrawbtc.com/free-bitcoin-daily-scratchcard  Cool

Already on the list.   Wink

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October 31, 2012, 03:54:17 PM
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Bitcoin Dispenser scratched off the list... again. ( It went away and came back before )

Information updated on some of the other entries. 

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October 31, 2012, 09:11:24 PM
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0.05 BTC in a few hours.
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November 03, 2012, 11:46:34 AM
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Tendraw  has a server too busy message at times.   Another thing I want to point out that I believe is severely hindering their success is they have a policy that you need 5mBTC on an address before they will let you play for coin.   First off, this cuts off most the new folks, well, all of them, turns them off the site real fast and if they aren't then, when they see how few folks win, it will versus a site that gives something, even if it is a little... all the time.  Secondly, for the seasoned folks, many people like to use different address' for payments so they can keep track of where the money is coming from.  This makes it so they really can't do that either, because any new address they gen up are unuseable there until they get coin on it.     anywys.

bitcrate is empty

bitcoin.so  is gone  404  

rest appear to be operating normally.

cointube is sporadic on paying use at your own risk.

bitvisitor has a few ok sponsors for your daily run.

Have fun everyone.

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