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I normally write about No-Minimum in isolation, apart from all other “get paid to” sites. It can make sense to combine your efforts across sites to get a better return for your time, however, and PTP always involves more than one site because you have to promote your No-Minimum PTP link on some external site. If you can promote No-Minimum on a site that also earns you money, I think that’s a pretty sweet deal.
DonkeyMails is No-Minimum’s sister site, and it is also one of my other favorite PTRs…the two sites are very similar so much of what I’ve written about No-Minimum also applies to Donkey. Recently, DonkeyMails has reopened its manual surf traffic exchange. Unlike No-Minimum’s manual surf which gives you points for surfing (the very same points that can be earned from clicking ads elsewhere on the site and can be redeemed for advertising), DM gives you credits for surfing. These credits can only be used to show your own sites on its manual surf traffic exchange. Ultimately, it seems to be best to use No-Minimum’s points to show your sites on No-Minimum’s manual surf rather than for advertising — it costs 2000 points for 1000 clicks in No-Minimum’s PTC section but just 1000 points for 1000 views in No-Minimum’s manual surf. While you could promote almost anything you want in either site’s traffic exchange, it’s possible to promote your PTP links in both of them. In other words, you can promote your No-Minimum PTP page in DonkeyMails manual surf and promote your DonkeyMails PTP page in No-Minimum’s manual surf! Of course, you can surf both exchanges at the same time for maximum effect. Bear in mind that you cannot set tiers in either of the sites’ manual surf exchanges — for tiers, you should really try out Hogs Hollow or Em-Traffic instead.
Do you really need a PTP system? You may or you may not, but I will say this: I’ve found the toughest thing about PTP is keeping up with your promoting from month to month. Your PTP pages are like baby monsters which are perpetually hungry for hits — you cannot just feed them every now and then and still hope to raise them into fine young adult monsters. Having a system you follow regularly makes you less likely to procrastinate. Instead of having to ask yourself, “Where will I promote No-Minimum today?” you can more or less automatically follow the surfing routine you’ve already developed. The nice thing about the Donkey/No-Min system I’ve described is that it lets you feed two monsters at the same time — you’ll be making money by promoting both sites’ PTP pages.