Saturday, March 18, 2017

Is My Paying Ads just another internet marketing scam?

The creation of the internet was a revolutionary act that forged a global network, from Kenya to London, of everyday people, coming together to…

…play Angry Birds, troll innocent children, and get paid for clicks.

Basically, most activity on the internet can be summed up by one of three things: video games, bullying, or get rich quick schemes. Too harsh?

My Paying Ads falls under the third and they’ve made a killing. Does this mean I’m involved?

This video explains everything:

Make sense? Either way, here’s the full review on My Paying Ads.


The internet is really just an endless sea of advertisements, from actual pop-ups, to sponsored posts, to sidebar ads, to paid for links.

My Paying Ads takes that aspect of the internet and puts it in hyperdrive, containing it all in one space to fester.

What they do is sell you traffic. Cheap traffic. Like $1 bargain bin cheap.

Is it good traffic? No. Is it okay traffic? Not really. Is it traffic that will lead to anything at all? Probably not.

If you’re looking for conversions and targeted marketing, this is not the place to be. But if you’re just looking for clicks, any clicks…if clicks coming from a litter of newborn puppies would suffice…then My Paying Ads might be useful to you. Basically, this isn’t going to help you sell stuff, but if you’re in the make-money-online business that needs more traffic, it could be useful.

In addition to getting more traffic, you make money by…wait for it…clicking on ads. Yep, that’s right. This is a closed-loop of ads on ads on ads, you’re clicking on other people’s ads while they’re clicking on yours. So, like I said, you’re likely not going to get in touch with anyone who actually wants to buy what you’re selling, but it’s a smart system for other purposes. “Get paid to advertise” – they’re not lying.

This company isn’t structured like a typical MLM. You get paid on referrals, but you have no downline, just your direct referrals. They’ve also got a revenue sharing program which I’ll explain below.

How much does My Paying Ads cost?
It is free to join My Paying Ads. There’s no membership fee.

To participate in the system, you have to start buying ad packs. As a free member, you can only purchase the $5 Ad Pack 1, which is the smallest offering. To purchase larger packages, you need one of the following memberships.

Explorer Membership costs $10 and qualifies you to purchase Ad Packs 1 & 2.

Professional Membership costs $30 and qualifies you to purchase Ad Packs 1, 2, & 3.

Elite Membership costs $60 and qualifies you to purchase Ad Packs 1, 2, 3, & 4.


The following ads are offered:

  • Text ads
  • Solo ads
  • Pay-per-click banners
  • Pop-under ads
  • Banner ads
  • Paid-to-click ads
  • Login ads
  • Business directory

Ad packs start at very low prices, but they’re also very short term. They run out in minutes, and you buy another. They’re meant to be purchased in bulk. The packs are offered in 4 different levels, with each increases in level being more expensive and offering more clicks. The idea is that you start low, make some money, and use the money you made to purchase another ad pack at a higher level.

AdPack 1: $5.00

  • 2 PPC Banner Clicks
  • 100 Website Credits
  • Returns up to 120%
  • Max purchase allowed: 100 AdPacks at a time

AdPack 2: $10

  • 4 PPC Banner Clicks
  • 200 Website Credits
  • Returns up to 120%
  • Max purchase allowed: 100 AdPacks at a time

AdPack 3: $25

  • 10 PPC Banner Clicks
  • 500 Website Credits
  • Returns up to 120%
  • Max purchase allowed: 100 AdPacks at a time

AdPack 4: $50

  • 20 PPC Banner Clicks
  • 1,000 Website Credits
  • Returns up to 120%
  • Max purchase allowed: Unlimited


There are 102 ways to earn with MPA. Seriously.

Aside from the earnings you might make with the extra clicks to your online money making scheme, you get…

Referral Commissions

You get commission on your referrals, but only 1 level deep. Commission is 10% on their first purchase of AdPacks, and 5% on all of their subsequent AdPack purchases.

However, these commissions are paid to you in 30% cash and 70% credit for additional AdPack purchases. So, in reality, if you sign someone up and they purchase a $10 AdPack, you get $.30 cents in commission. After that, you only get $.15 cents.

No one ever promised this get rich scheme would be quick, but it would be nice if it could happen in this lifetime.

Revenue Share

In order to qualify for revenue share, you need to view and click 10 ads per day. This is “traffic exchange” for revshare, and this is how other members get clicks on their ads. Your daily earnings in revenue share are 1%-2.5%.

Paid-to-View Ads

You can also earn money by watching the paid-to-view ads on the website, but you’re only earnings nickels and dimes (literally).


It’s definitely not Wonderbread and The Brady Bunch level honesty, but it’s not a scam. These paid traffic schemes have their place in the world of online business, and they can serve you if you’ve already built up an internet enterprise and need some quick, cheap, very low-quality traffic.

But if you think you can build an empire by throwing a few dolla dolla bills at a hamster wheel of paid clicks, think again.

If it really is financial freedom you seek and you like automated ways to build passive income, there are better ways.

(and you can trash those old MLM habits, too)


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