Bidvertiser Review Is It a Scam
Bidvertiser Review Is It a Scam? I put it to the test on both publishers side and the advertiser’s side seems to work pretty good but not better than Google AdSense. But really what is better than Google AdSense? As it stands right now Bidvertiser is my second favorite PPC resource.
What I don’t like about Bidvertiser
The one thing I don’t like about Bidvertiser is the process for setting up an ad to put on my website. I honestly wish the Bidvertiser setup would set it up similar to the Google set up. I find the Bidvertiser setup kind of a drag and also I find load the times for ads to be slow from Bidvertiser at times. Apart from that at the moment I don’t have any problems with them.
On the advertising stand point it’s a good option honestly it would be my last option at this point but it’s still an option none the less when I used them I was promoting a weight loss diet plan, it did OK I got one sale out of 57 clicks.
Bidvertiser verse competitors
Bidvertiser verse AdSense, AdSense wins, Bidvertiser verse Adbrite Bidvertiser wins, at the moment there is no other major competition that I know of that is better than Bidvertiser apart from Google at the moment. If you were suspended from Google I recommend either Bidvertiser or Infolinks
How to Get Avoid Getting Suspended From Bidvertiser and Others
Click fraud, click fraud, Click fraud, I know it’s tempting but don’t do it, a few days ago I received an email from a Facebook friend, this person I didn’t even know sent me a message asking me to click the advertisements on his blog and he wasn’t just telling me this he added it to his Facebook status, asking everyone to click on his blog advertisements. For those of you who don’t understand how AdSense and Bidvertiser works?
It’s a numbers game; PPC is a numbers game and both Bidvertiser and AdSense and all of the PPC engines know how much clicks a person should receive per page view. If you as a Publisher go over this ratio alarms will start going off at Bidvertiser and/or Google which will result in your account getting suspended or terminated. I don’t recommend click fraud to anyone it’s not worth it, it’s time consuming and in the end everyone gets caught, so just be honest.
Does Bidvertiser pays close attention to click fraud?
Google, Bidvertiser, Adbrite and all others like it have been watching publisher click averages since they started their companies. So if they see an unusual click through rate the bells and alarms are going to start sounding. Another thing many of you don’t know is that Google and possibly even Bidvertiser can track where your user came from, so if you’re using things like traffic exchanges or any of those get paid to websites there’s a good chance you’re going to get caught and get banned.
If you have a Google analytics account you’ll known what I mean. That being said don’t bother cheating the system of course many of you won’t listen but I’m trying to save you from having your account terminated from Google because trust me when I say if you have your AdSense terminated things start getting harder from there, Google pays more per click then some CPA companies pay per sign up. So be smart if you’ve made the mistake don’t worry there are plenty of other good companies out there and there are lots of ways to make money online. The internet is an ocean of money if you follow your passions.
Does Bidvertiser Pay
Yes Bidvertiser pays and has the lowest payout in this industry the unfortunate part is Bidvertiser pay per click rate is not the highest but at the same time it is consistent. Yes you can make money with Bidvertiser as long as you don’t cheat
Bidvertiser is one of the elite PPC and if you’re interested I think you should give it try
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A good alternative to Bidvertiser for publishers is Infolinks Click here for the Infolinks review
9 thoughts on “Bidvertiser Review Is It a Scam”
Yes I am agree with you
Does anyone know if Bidvertiser looks at IP the same as AdSense? Anyone with a DSL Router that gets a new IP from a pool every day, is guaranteed to have someone else get the IP they had yesterday. All that person has to do is click one of your ads, and your S**T canned. Correct?
adsense currently has the most advanced system non the less bidvertiser is pretty good too. I honestly think your looking at this thing all wrong. the key to getting lots of clicks at Bidvertiser is getting traffic to your website. REAL organic traffic to your website if your traffic comes from traffic exchanges or fraudulent activity then you might get banned
Bidvertiser is scam
10 click = 1 click
BidVertiser is stealing webmaster’s money.
I signed up for bidvertiser about 2-3 weeks ago. First day I had only one click which was odd because I am getting at least 500 visitors par day. And the first one weeks passed without anymore clicks.
I started to suspect and asked a couple of my friends to click each ad max 3 times. My friends clicked on ads and I waited a few days (because they say update may take 24-72 hours). Guess what? Nothing happened, I still had 1 click.
I wrote this to them and got really strange reply:
Done by: Customer Service, Publishers & Referral Status: Pending_Reply Action Date: Sunday, 09/04/2011 05:35 PM
If you do not wish to use BidVertiser anymore, simply remove the code from your website pages. If you wish to unsubscribe from any account messages, simply click “Account Management” -> “Edit Profile” and change your settings.
BidVertiser Support Team
I don’t beleive that I got only one click on the ads published in my sites. To test this I had a few of my friends click on the weekend and guess what; none of them shows in my report.
That’s why I am terminating my account and I will tell everyone I know about the situation.
What you are doing is not nice at all.
BidVertiser do not even feel guilty for stealing our money.
Beware of Bidvertiser!
I signed up to Bidvertiser as I was offered a $20.00 free credit. At first he credit was not applied to my account and I was asked for my credit card details to start my campaign. I did not add my credit card details as I was suspicious and logged a ticket asking them about the $20.00 credit. They replied and said they had added the $20.00 credit.
When I tried to login I cannot do so as the security code that comes up is only 4 digits. However the security code they require to login is a five digit number.
I am suspicious and see it this way:
They tell you they will not charge you anything until your $20.00 credit is used up and if you do not wish to spend more than the $20.00 to suspend your ad once it runs out. However you cannot log back into the account to suspend your account. This is how they can make a lot of money until you wise up and get your bank to suspend payments to Bidvertiser. I am thankful I did not give them my credit card details. I have emailed them and asked them about the 4 digit security codes being displayed instead of 5. I will be interested in their reply.
Several years ago I sugned up with bidvertiser. In the first couple of months I had earned enough for my first minimum payout. Just before payout however, my account was closed by bidvertiser for “cheating and click fraud.” He claimed my patriotic theme website was violating their policies against click fraud. I do not participate in click fraud and I knew he was wrong. My requests for a re-evaluation were completely ignored. I suspect they have a problem with patriotism for USA. Needless to say, I never got paid, they pocketed three months worth of income, and now, every 6 months I get a message from them to come back but when I try to contact them to tell them never to darken my door again I am told I have to log in to complain. With a closed account this is quite impossible. I contacted the FBI. THEY ARE A SCAM COMPANY!!!
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