Sign Up and Make Money

Let’s face it, there are a lot of bogus paid to sign up sites out there that offer a very unrealistic sign up bonus along with “scam like” earning potential. For example: You might have a website that offers a sign up bonus of $1,000.00 just for signing up. I don’t know about you, but who in their right mind would pay another person that much money for registering with an online site in about only 5 minutes worth of time?

Ladies and Gentlemen, this doesn’t make good business sense. You may be thinking to yourself, “I’ve never seen a site offer a sign up bonus like that, what’s the web address so I can go sign up right away!” Well, I’m here to tell you I have seen idiotic websites like these floating around the world wide web and they are quite frankly very annoying.

These bogus paid to sign up sites give legitimate sign up bonus sites like mine a bad name because they essentially rip people off. There is no way an online company could survive fiscally if they are paying every single one of their members $1,000.00 registration bonus. They would go bankrupt in a heartbeat if they did. Not to mention they will also pay their members outrageous amounts of money to read e-mails online. Some of these paid to sign up sites say they will actually pay their members $10.00 for every e-mail they read, yet if you go to there advertiser section, you’ll see some discouraging evidence.

The advertisers are only paying the paid to sign up website $10.00 for 1,000 clicks. No, I’m not retarded, I’ve seen paid to sign up sites like this out there. How can these paid to sign up sites pay their members $10.00 for every e-mail they read when the source of income from an advertiser’s 1,000 click only equals $10.00? If the member really did earn $10.00 per click, then the advertiser would only get one visitor to his or her website. If the advertiser wanted to get 1,000 visitors this way he or she would have to pay $10,000.00 for 1,000 clicks. This isn’t including the administration fees included on top of that so the paid to sign up site could make a profit of at least 10% themselves.

Do you see now why I don’t like these bogus paid to sign up sites? I have kept a good record of legitimate websites that pay a reasonable sign up bonus to their members. Not only this, the paid to sign up sites listed at my sign up bonus site offer realistic returns off of advertiser’s costs and administration fees.

These good business models show that three parties benefit. The advertiser gets affordable, targeted advertising (considering their advertisement is geared towards people interested in making money online). The paid to sign up website profits off their reasonably priced administration fees which they most readily deserve. Last, but not least and the most important, the individual member can make money online, get a sign up bonus for joining, and will want to continue their membership knowing that they are not getting ripped off.

The member will eventually reach their minimum earning requirement by staying active in the paid to sign up site. This way everyone profits. There are no need for scams. Only legitimate business is acheived.


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