Here are the calculations that I made with ClixTen: every day, you can earn a little more than 1 cent.
Rent an affiliate costs 15 cents and, at best, can generate up to 24 cents per month. So, in the best case, we could earn from the rentals (minimum 10), 9 * 10 = 90 cents.
Now, it is almost impossible that all affiliates will connect everyday and will click on all the banners.
If they do half of the clicks, we will have a net gain of 4 cents for each referral. A little bit.
What if we paid $100 upfront, buying the GOLD subscription at $75 per year.
From our clicks we would gain up to 240 cents per month, and from renting we might have a gross profit up to 60 cents per month.
Assuming that the rentals have an average of 2 clicks per day, we would have a net gain of 15 cents.
Investing $25 in 25 / 0.19 = 130 rentals (for Gold members it costs more to rent), we would have a monthly gain of 15 * 130 = $19.5 per month!
So, paying $100 in advance, after a year we would have:
- $28 from our clicks
- $234 from affiliates
Net total, after paying $75 for Gold: $159
Something completely different!
I feel that if I don’t want to count pennies, it’s necessary an initial investment …
However, I don’t like the idea to pay upfront on this kind of websites.
What do you think?