What is a PTC Site?

A PTC (Paid To Click) is a website that pays its member for the ads they click and view, on a daily basis.
PTC is the connection between advertisers and its potential clients (in this case the PTC’s members). The advertiser pays a fee to the PTC and then the PTC shares a part of that fee with its members, with the only condition that the members click and view the ads.
I hope the next image will make you understand better how things work:

So, in order to earn money from a PTC site, you will have to click on a list of ads shown in your PTC member area, on a daily basis. Why on a daily basis?-because usually the PTC sites penalize the inactivity.
The number of ads in a list differs from one PTC to another, but there are no more than 15-20 ads in 24 hours.
Clicking the ads can bring you from $0.001/click to $0.01/click. I know that doesn’t seem too much, but if you count the fact that you will click on more than 5 ads/PTC/day, and also you will be active in more than 5 PTC’s, and you can earn also from every referral you bring to a PTC site well the amount earned increases considerably.
Every PTC has its own terms of service, rules and regulations, but also each one comes with a bunch of other offers for you like bonuses, contests, earn money from reading emails, earn money from signups. These particular things you will discover within every PTC member area.
One thing is also worth mentioning is that once you register to a PTC, your IP address is saved somewhere in their databases and you cannot hold 2 accounts to the same PTC, from the same computer (excepting the fact that no PTC allows its members to have more than 1 membership account).

Top 3 trusted PTC sites:

Clixsense, Neobux  and Probux  most trusted sites

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