Strategy when new

Started by Logan2234 2020-11-22 at 19:14
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Logan2234
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Hello,

I'm quite new to ScarletClicks, I used to be in Neobux for a long time and I wanted to try another PTC.
I doubt that the strategy for this website is the same.

Can someone take a bit of their time to explain me what strategy new members have to follow to not make mistakes ? Could you detail your arguments by giving some time references (ex: in one month, you should have around 50 ref).

Or maybe someone made a guide on this forum that I could read ? If anyone has a link :)

Thanks!
batpost
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Best to test it for yourself you should have an idea by now :))
Logan2234
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Quote: batpost
Best to test it for yourself you should have an idea by now :))


The thing is, I'm looking to compare all the good PTC that Foxyrating.com talks about. And before spending to much time (or money) on Sc, I wanted to know if it really worth it.

For the moment I use only Neobux, that I know is hella good in a long term, but I dont know what others are good.

And can you give a quick way to start at the beginning at least ?

Still thanks for your answer :)
ajit1000
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Quote: Logan2234
Quote: batpost
Best to test it for yourself you should have an idea by now :))


The thing is, I'm looking to compare all the good PTC that Foxyrating.com talks about. And before spending to much time (or money) on Sc, I wanted to know if it really worth it.

For the moment I use only Neobux, that I know is hella good in a long term, but I dont know what others are good.

And can you give a quick way to start at the beginning at least ?

Still thanks for your answer :)

Working your way up from standard will take a very long time. If you invest then it is worth it. Lot of things are different but basics remain the same ... extend for max duration. Hiring refs while being standard ... not worth it.
« Last Edit: 2020-11-22 at 20:33 by ajit1000 »
Logan2234
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Quote: ajit100

Working your way up from standard will take a very long time. If you invest then it is worth it. Lot of things are different but basics remain the same ... extend for max duration. Hiring refs while being standard ... not worth it.


Hey! Thanks!

So, goal is to invest to be premium (which one? Yearly gold ?) and then to buy refs? Even if it's only 20 cents the rented ref ?
« Last Edit: 2020-11-22 at 20:56 by Logan2234 »
ajit1000
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Quote: Logan2234
Quote: ajit100

Working your way up from standard will take a very long time. If you invest then it is worth it. Lot of things are different but basics remain the same ... extend for max duration. Hiring refs while being standard ... not worth it.


Hey! Thanks!

So, goal is to invest to be premium (which one? Yearly gold ?) and then to buy refs? Even if it's only 20 cents the rented ref ?


Yearly Gold would be a good start. But if your are not very sure of modalities then start with Monthly Gold or Monthly Silver. See how the things are moving and then take a leap. I started with Monthly Silver and worked my way up trying different things. Now working towards profitability. Like I said doing max extensions should be priority, autopay works fine too. But, if you really want to grow your account then the combination of the two will work just fine.
benon1986
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buy membership, rent referrals always renewing them at 365 days and recycle when they do not click in 3 or 5 days or with an avg of -5avg after a week ...Silver membership to start is fine
« Last Edit: 2020-11-23 at 21:51 by benon1986 »