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Any idiot can do what I do to make $ online. It's not rocket surgery, it's cake. Also, I like pie.

Finally (finally!!) the secret is out, and it’s just gone live today at noon ET. You don’t want to miss out on this, and finally I’m allowed to tell you about it.

You probably heard that there was something new coming from TimTech.

Well, it’s now here! Kore4 is here, that is…

==> (watch this video & check out Kore4 right now)

Kore4 is the new flagship opportunity from TimTech and its ClickTrackProfit system. It’s simple, effective, and affordable, and it was built to help people grow a real, full-time income online by putting affiliates first, without a massive up-front investment.

Not only is it great for newbies, but it’s of huge value to anyone who is already a member and/or upgraded at any TimTech traffic exchange or ClickTrackProfit, because it gives you a whole lot more… for a whole lot less out-of-pocket cost!

With Kore4, you get upgraded at ALL TimTech exchanges at the highest level possible, and receive many other benefits non-Kore4 members can’t get. 50% commissions at all TimTech TEs and CTP are just one of the huge benefits that aren’t available anywhere else – there are many more!

If you’re already upgraded at one or more TimTech exchanges, all you have to do is join Kore4, and bam! – you will now have the highest upgrade possible at all four TEs, as well as being upgraded at CTP.

You can cancel any of the upgrades you had before once you’ve joined Kore4. If you were only upgraded at one or two TimTech TEs before, you’ll now be upgraded at all of them + CTP (and for a lot less than the cost of a monthly upgrade at each individually).

Already have one or more lifetime upgrades at a TimTech TE? Even better, because if you are Kore4 and are lifetime upgraded at even one TimTech exchange, you get the top level membership in Kore4 with benefits that aren’t available to anyone else (including 50-100% commissions).

Kore4 is the kind of program I think a lot of people trying to earn online have been waiting for. It’s easy to start, easy to promote, and easy to succeed – Kore4 gives you more!

Check out Kore4 today and – enjoy!

(PS – Don’t have time to watch the video? Check this page out instead!)

As of the last time I looked this (Friday) morning, there were only about 16 badges left for the “CTP is 3” birthday badge hunt at ClickTrackProfit, which starts on Monday (well, midnight EST Sunday night, technically).

If you were thinking about grabbing a badge and being a badge holder during the hunt but hadn’t yet – or been on the fence – now is the time to get yours before they’re sold out.

Being a badge holder during one of these legendary badge hunts can be huge for you, whether you’re a program owner or not. If you own a traffic exchange or any other program, you’ll be able to bring hordes of new members in a flash. If you’re building a list or have a blog or anything of the sort, it’s the fastest way I know of to bring in new subscribers and get new eyes on your stuff.

In any case, don’t delay, because they’re liable to sell out quick today, and before the day is over!

On another note, I just wanted to add a word of huge appreciation to traffic exchange owners and other program owners who are always prompt and diligent about notifying their members when there’s been a change and a new program has been added to their program’s downline builder.

I have had three or four such notifications come across my desk this week, and as an affiliate, I am always so very much appreciative of the heads up. Thank you, thoughtful program owners who make a habit of this!

A lot of folks like to make the claim that downline builders don’t work, but that’s just not entirely true. Sure, it’s never a guarantee that everyone in your downline’s going to join something else in a particular program’s downline builder, but I’ve seen plenty of it happen in mine over the years.

Not only that, but I myself am a prime example of how downline builders DO work. Most of my earliest signups to many traffic exchanges, safelists and mailers, and some other programs were through one of the “funnel program” downline builders, and under that one person I joined that program under.

That person used to be a major player in not only the traffic exchange industry (and a TE owner), but the larger Internet marketing industry as well. This was way back when I was a super new newbie.

He doesn’t seem to really be around anymore (or at least not much), but he’s certainly been paid a fair amount of affiliate commissions and received an awful lot of credits over the years because of me, and thanks to the fact that he’d filled out all of his referral IDs in one particularly large downline builder. It works!

So being able to keep your various downline builders updated is important, even it’s a chore sometimes. It wouldn’t be much of a chore if ALL program owners made a point of notifying members when they’ve made a change or added something new to a downline builder. There’s little more frustrating to me than logging into a program for the first time in a while to discover several programs I’m a member of have been added, that I didn’t know about.

But in the end, it makes me all that more appreciative of the owners who do make a point of it and make the effort to notify their members of such changes, and there’s quite a few of them around who do it regularly. So thank you, those of you that do!

In any case, have a great weekend, everyone – and Happy Badge Hunting at CTP next week!

(By the way, since I started writing this post another badge has been purchased, so now there’s only 15 badges left – get yours NOW!)

P.S. Here’s a new program fairly recently launched from some owners who make a regular habit of notifying their members of downline builder changes at their various programs. Eric Abbott & Randy Howard, I certainly do appreciate that you guys do that!

Eric & Randy launched E Brand Profile during the first part of January, and I’m really excited about it ‘cos already it’s solved some issues and problems I had been worrying and fretting over lately. (Hint: You are going to start seeing my E Brand Profile pages circulating VERY soon, LOL.)

It is super easy to work with and use, and another great branding tool. All members get one free E Brand Profile, but if you upgrade to the Basic membership, you get five profiles (and five rotators with statistics).

If you upgrade to Premium (which I have and love), you can make UNLIMITED profiles, have unlimited rotators with statistics, AND they give you web hosting too. Neat, huh?!

If you’ve been wanting to do video splash pages and squeeze pages, or wanting to fix up some cool pages to rotate for your Spreecast, E Brand Profile is a super option. Check it out sometime!

I have a confession to make: This post isn’t about actual Cheerios.

Not because I’m too cheap to buy the brand name Cheerios product (actually I kinda am, though I personally prefer the term “thrifty”), but my taste buds actually prefer the generic versions of Honey Nut Cheerios to the real thing. Kind of unusual for me to have such a major preference for the generic over the brand, but in this case I do.

So what in the world does cereal have to do with PTCs, you ask?

Well, I’ll get to that, but let me start off by saying I pretty much got my start making money online around seven years ago using Paid to Click and related sites (Paid to Read, “Get Paid To” do offers, etc.). I was in a few affiliate programs (mostly crummy ones) as well, and hadn’t at that time discovered the traffic exchanges quite yet – that came about a little later.

Many of you reading already knew that, that I started out in PTCs and PTRs and GPT sites. My activity on them has waxed and waned at various times over the years, but I’ve pretty much never stopped using them. When I lost my full-time offline job several years ago, and again later on during that really dark and gloomy first couple of years I was away from TE Land, sometimes those earnings were what put food in the fridge and such.

In any case, I’ve pretty much always been able to eke out a nice chunk of change annually clicking on PTCs and doing things on related sites. Some years it’s just been a couple or few hundred or so extra, last year quite a bit more (especially now that I’ve delved into the whole rented referral thing at a few sites), but right now I’m mainly just talking about my own clicking habits.

Nowadays since things aren’t quite so dire and dismal as they were a couple of years ago, I don’t really need that extra change as much as I sometimes have in the past, but I continue to actively work the sites I’ve found to be worthwhile..

Why not? It’s practically free money. And it’s money I can use towards other things, like advertising. Upgrades. Cheerios (or the generic version thereof).

OK, so it’s not really “free” money, because you do have to spend something – TIME – to do it.

At this point in time (and really most of the time all these years), I probably don’t spend more than ten or fifteen minutes a day on Paid to Click sites. I often work them when I’m doing something else, like listening to someone’s recorded Spreecast from earlier in the day.

I spend maybe a little extra time past that 10-15 minutes daily on another site (FusionCash, which is not really a PTC but sort of like ClixSense in that it has PTC and paid offers, plus they also have a daily paid email) to meet their daily requirements.

And then there’s the Paid to Read sites like Hits4Pay and its sister site, Deals ‘n’ Cash, which don’t necessarily send emails daily, but pretty often. Another few minutes there.

But none of that clicking and reading is terribly intrusive or disruptive to my day, especially since I fairly regularly multi-task and do it all while doing something else, like listening to a recorded Spreecast or the news or whatever. It’s just not that big a deal.

And all of those sites wind up generally paying me at least two or three or four times a year (three of the four have pretty high cashout levels) – and much more often with ClixSense, which I could have pay me weekly if I really wanted to (I have one hugely active referral there that does a lot of that work for me). If I wanted to spend a little more time regularly, they’d all be paying me even more and more often.

I can tell you without hesitation that if I was a millionaire, I’d probably still do it, the PTC/etc thing.

Why not? It’s a pittance of time (very much a pittance) out of my day, and that’s all money I wouldn’t otherwise have. And if the sites you’re working are worthwhile to do so – it all adds up, sometimes in a big way.

I withdrew a couple of bucks each a couple of weeks ago from Legacyclix and Dr Clix, mainly because I just wanted to be able to post some payment proofs in a couple of places.

A box of the generic version of Honey Nut Cheerios at the store down the street costs $1.95. I eat like a bird anyway and usually don’t eat but once a day, and sometimes I’ll just eat a bowl of cereal and that’ll be it for the day.

So essentially, I could eat for a week on that $2 I earned and withdrew, if I wanted, and still have come out a nickel ahead.

Or I could spend it on advertising to further build my list, and go buy some PTC ads at NerdBux or something. Or I could put it towards one of my monthly upgrades somewhere. Or lots of things – the possibilities are endless.

Do I really need to spend time on PTCs anymore? No, not so much, and if I cut out such activities altogether from my usual routine, I probably wouldn’t miss the spare change that much.

But to me, it’s like finding a couple of bucks on the sidewalk, the street, a parking lot somewhere, wherever. Obviously I’m not sitting in front of my computer doing work to build my online business if I’m somewhere that I’m finding a dollar of two on the pavement or concrete, so I’m already spending however much (or little) time away doing whatever, presumably doing something or on my way to somewhere and not wasting time.

So, to me, the time spent with PTCs and such is much like “found money” on the sidewalk, and not a waste of time either. Plus I get to see what other people are advertising, which is always interesting, and yup, sometimes I sign up or buy if it really grabs my attention and sparks my interest.

It’s a win-win as far as I’m concerned. I can pretty much withdraw two bucks at most anywhere I’m a member at any given time, and that two dollars will feed me (with my admittedly awful hardly-ever-eating habits) for a week.

Or buy ads that gain me some signups, and that may lead to commissions and therefore even more money. Or whatever else I wanna do with it. Win-win, I tell you.

Probably the #1 thing I hear and read around TE Land and other related arenas is that folks feel they can’t afford this or that, whether it’s an autoresponder, tracking, an upgrade, a splash page maker, or whatever. And probably somewhere else in the top five of such things is that they feel they don’t have time for things like clicking on PTCs.

And sometimes it’s the same people saying both.

A few minutes out of my day isn’t going to make or break me, and probably not much of anyone else. And that few minutes spent on PTCs and such is pretty much a sure thing and a done deal in that I’ll earn some extra cash doing it… unlike the chances of me finding a dollar or a five-dollar bill on the sidewalk if I go for a 10, 15, 20-minute walk this afternoon. Possible, but not too likely.

Now, excuse me while I go multi-task and eat a bowl of generic Honey Nut Cheerios while doing my daily clicks and earning more money. Time management for the win, woohoo!

GET A HEALTHY DOSE OF SPARE CHANGE HERE: My friend, fellow Tennesseean, and one of the nicest people on the planet, John Novak, opened up the new PTC Dr Clix a few weeks ago and it is awesome. If you’re not a member yet, you should be!


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