Step By Step How To Operate A Successful PTC Site
October 20, 2008 1:06pm CST
1) Find a script: try not to spend a lot of money or be too original. you can probably find some one who has a real old stolen script that's been used by 50 other sites. 2) Find a host: you could use a free host but some people find that suspicious so try to find a cheap host to maximize new members. 3) Set your rates: make your advertising prices cheap to give the illusion that you're giving a "good deal", don't worry about making your site sustainable, as you will soon see this won't matter later on. 4) Referrals for sale/rent: give your bots names so people think they're getting real people when they buy or rent referrals. names like "android123" or "click-bot7" are probably not very good names, but "soulsucker2547" would be acceptable. 5) Cashouts: make sure you give a good amount of payments early on. this gets the buzz going, builds members confidence which equals more members, more upgrades and referrals sold. 6) Start the "profit machine": STOP making payments, you can come up with some lame excuse like you're having a temporary problem with AlertPay. promise you'll be paying soon and that you have some great new things coming soon. offer a special on upgrades to make up for the trouble.....this will bring in more money. 7) Claim you're under DDoS attack: this will buy you some time to get your money in order, it will also earn you some sympathy from your butt kissing members. 8) Come back online: but tell members that the forum is under maintenance(this will keep newbies from reading complaints). also tell everyone you need to pay for DDoS protection and your money is frozen. then ask for donations to keep the site running and to make payments. 9) Auto-pilot: just leave site on "auto-pilot".......it will run itself......into the ground. start packing suitcases. 10) Go on vacation: you've earned it, take a cruise or buy yourself something nice. 11) Wait at least 45 days: go back to step 1 and start all over, give your new site a different name. any questions??? ***DISCLAIMER*** this was a satirical step by step guide to show you what to look for in sites to avoid. please don't start a site unless you REALLY know what you're doing. there's enough scams out there.
• United States
20 Oct 08
Come on now,you're planting the seed which lead to scamming others...don't you think there are enough ways thought of already to scam us here on the internet... then you come with his tongue in cheek approach with a disclaimer as if this makes it okay...Your efforts would have been better spent trying to teach us how to start a real site instead of this garbage...