One thing I’m an advocate for in the gym is the basics. Sure I’ll hit my muscles with different techniques and exercises, but my foundation is always centered around a few basic fundamental exercises. Bench Press, Squats, Bar Bell Curls, Military Press and Rows for back. These exercises were the corner stone of my growth when I started bodybuilding ( not professionally ) in my 20′s. While it’s a bit tougher to get in the gym these days, when I do however, I always focus first on those few basic exercises. Did I mention “Incline Dumbbell Presses”? Man I love those!!
In today’s PTC ( paid to click ) market, where new sites pop up everyday and just as fast.. shut down for whatever reason. I feel it’s important to not forget some of the basic programs that have been doing there thing for many years. A lot of the money I make online today is from the programs I joined years ago. Although, some might not be as flashy or exciting as some of the newer sites that have come and gone over the last couple years, but at the end of the day what are you looking for. Flash or Sustainability?
Of course ClixSense is a must join. Online and paying since 2007 and now with weekly payouts and a new look. No referrals to rent, a very reasonable yearly upgrade ( recommended but optional ), and one of the best multi-tier commission structures in the industry. ClixSense is arguably the best and most sustainable programs today.
Hits4Pay, I believe is one of the oldest Paid to Read ( PTR ) programs out there. Although I joined in 2006, Hits4Pay claims to have opened shop back in 1998. Hits4Pay is one of the few sites without an upgrade option. Meaning everyone earns at the same payment structure and everyone has the same cash out level. Although you won’t see a ton of ads, the two levels of referral commissions is quite generous.
Since 2003 WordLinx continues to be one of my favorites. Lot’s of daily ads and a great place to advertise.
…and of course MatrixMails. Online and paying since 2002 MatrixMails frustrates me sometimes. They have promised a brand new site since last March and the off again on again PayPal status is something I hope they figure out soon. Still, the upgrade options have always been more than generous and “MatrixMails” remains one of my favorite sites.
In closing, I learned the basic’s in the gym years ago. In regards to online money making, like I’ve said before I don’t join a lot of new programs. Mostly I stick with the Basics.
Phil ( philsfault ) Ames