In the jungle of millions of mobile apps available, there is one application on the market that looks promising to generate a stable income for its users.
A few days ago I was again searching the web once more for a hopeless opportunity to make money or generally any type of income online. I stumbled upon many websites that offered me cash to click ads like Neobux does, websites that offered me money for rating and commenting on music audios like Slicethepie does but then something caught my attention and hovered in front of me.
I stumbled finally after a few hours of in-depth research on a programme that launched just a few weeks ago with its beta phase and is currently building up a user base to get started and finally launch the app as promised in September 2012. The website AdG, as I am calling it in this article, said it will launch a mobile application this September that displays advertising for users who are voluntarily watching and clicking (or tapping) on them in order to generate cash. This scheme has been around for a while known as PTC websites, which is a system like Neobux in which users click voluntarily on advertising in order to receive a small percentage of what the original publisher of the advertising is receiving. In their promotion video, AdG is putting it very simple and outlines its intention which is entirely social and tries to help, of course, the little man.
AdG service (official website)
If you are asking yourself how trustworthy this is, I do not know but I am willing to find out. I have signed up for this website and I’m looking forward to the launch of the application because until this pre-registration phase has ended (the phase in which we are at the moment), I will not be able to determine whether it is a scam or not. But on the good hand side, if you sign up now and do not miss this promising trend, you do not loose anything because you neither have to state payment details nor do you have to pay for anything – any type of fake upgrade for example.
Although the scheme of PTC has been around for a while, it was by now not taken to mobile devices, mostly about concerns due to geo-blocking and fraud originating from the users’ side. But as this is an installed app, as the AdG website is telling us, this problem might be ruled out already.
Honest suggestion: Sign up for it as I did, because: you have nothing to lose.