I mentioned one month ago that I would be studying whether or not renting referrals from NeoBux . I have been slaving away for the past month and now I am very happy to present the results. I used a method that I found on several webpages which seem to be more or less the same theory. I may present this strategy in full in a future post (let me know if you want me to in the comments), but for now I will just give a quick overview of what is relevant to my 1st month of rental.
- Turn AutoPay on.
- If a referral has an average click rate of less than 1.5 clicks per day, then recycle them after 5 days of inactivity.
- If a referral has an average click rate of 1.5 or greater click per day, then recycle them after 7 days of inactivity.
- Click at approximately the same time everyday.
I failed to meet only one of these conditions, I did not click any ads on the 11th of this month. I hope that this has not affected the results too much for you and that you find the following table useful.
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AutoPay was turned on because the cost of renting 3 referrals for 30 days is $0.57 and AutoPay takes the 1st click each referral makes a day and adds 1 day to their rental period. As 1 day of rental is worth $0.57 / 30 days / 3 referrals = $0.0063333 and the value of one click is $0.005 it makes perfect sense to leave AutoPay on or this 1st month of rental.
As you can see from the final column of the table, I spent $0.57 on rental the first batch of 3 referrals and they went on clicking for me over one month to make me a grand total of $0.44! Wait, what happened? I spent $0.57 and got back $0.44!? That's no good. Ah, but we have forgotten about the AutoPay. At the end of this month I had a further 33 days of clicks across the 3 referrals. This is worth a value of 33 * $0.0063333 (from above) = $0.20. Add that to the $0.44 and we have a total of $0.64. Great, so now we have profit: $0.64 – $0.57 = $0.07. So I am $0.07 better of than if I had not rented referrals this month.
Conclusion: You CAN profit renting referrals with NeoBux.