Friday, October 23, 2009

On my previous pink layout, I had a PTP code installed on it but after the major transformation into a cool green template, I intentionally left the code uninstalled since it won't blend well with my precious layout. My first and only "access" on my account is when I signed up with them.

I was about to put the codes back on the bottom of this page when I noticed an update on Cornyman's Blog:

Take care,

Paid-to-promote.net will redirect your visitors from the UK, USA and Australia to other advertising pages within seconds after they arrive on your blog.

In this case they get pissed off, especially when they wanted to drop their card on you...

That means you loose readers and visitors, not worth if you loose more than 20 readers and would earn just 1 or 2 cents...

I deleted the code already on my Money-Blog after several complaints!

All through out, I thought it's coming from Credit Burner. I would like to ask from other readers/bloggers about those known sites that generate codes responsible for website redirection in the form of ADS. Anything else aside from PTP.net?

10 comments:

bambie said...

hi liezl!

i removed the PTP code from my main blog din kasi i've been receiving messages from well-meaning people telling me that they get redirected to other sites. i thought at first it's because of chitika. but i already removed the chitika code from my blog pero ganun pa din.

btw pala, i have an award for you over at My Thoughts, My Heart, My Turf. hope you can grab it!☺

Danny said...

hi. I like this blog. Keep up the good work...

cornyman said...

There are more problems to come if you put the Paid-to-promote.net code (with the link to www.seo777.com) on your page.

First of all, Ken Brown checks the Preferred Publishers from time to time. There i got for some days suspended from this program because of popups/redirections.

Then CMF Ads gave me the same reason for not approving one of my blogs because of redirection.

And it would be also against EntreCard's terms of service if your page is redirecting (and even if it's just for targeted visitors, but we know that EntreCard is located in the USA and they will be redirected!).

You only could put the referral code on your page and wait if some persons may sign up and earn from them the 10% (1.Level) or 5% (2.Level) provision.

I have some referrals but it seems they also got problems and deleted the code as i don't see anymore new earnings from them since a few days.

Thanks for the link love!

meri said...

Lucky I read this! Deleted my paid to promote banner! thanks for the info!

verabear said...

I heard that PTP does a full ad that redirects them entirely. CreditBurner does not redirect but it pops up a page or an ad for certain markets.

fedhz said...

yeah, I hated that Creditburner thingy as well. it opens up 2 new tabs and I'm like totally lost.

Martin (cornyman) also warned me about PTP. I deleted it from my main blogs when 2 bloggers from US told me that they were redirected. (heck, i didn't believe Martin first. LOL)

I earned about $2 before I deleted it. Just wanna make sure they pay. and they really do, but that's becuz they take away the traffic from your site. hihi

redamethyst said...

I removed mine as well, several weeks back. my preferred publisher from adgitize was suspended because of this.

Pinay Mommy said...

I am also a member of PTP. Decided to take their codes down because some of my visitors are redirected to other sites. Cornyman is right!

l_i_z said...

Thanks for sharing everyone! Bloggers rock! ^_^

The Dreamer said...

thanks for the info liz...

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