Seven Dollar Click Offers Full-Time Work To Those Who Love To Click On Ads
New York — The urge to shop endlessly online has been called a sickness, but not at http://SevenDollarClick.com. There participants are encouraged to view and click on as many ads as they can, earning $7 every time they do so.
Once a participant clicks $7,000 worth of ads, they can withdraw their earnings. This amounts to a high paying full-time job for people who enjoy hours of online shopping.
“We’ve found it isn’t hard to click 1,000 ads during your free time in a month. That’s an extra $7,000 in earnings, which is better than a lot of attorneys, engineers, and upper management earn,” said Tom Rogers of Click Profits International, the firm that owns SevenDollarClick.com and similar sites.
Seven Dollar Click is answering a need in the advertising industry for real people making real clicks on Web ads. Conversely, millions of people worldwide are underemployed and underpaid in their jobs. Meeting demand with supply is the fuel that makes SevenDollarClick.com go.
SevenDollarClick.com is currently logging 70,000 visitors per day. More than $250,000 has already been paid to their nearly 34,000 active members.
“SevenDollarClick.com is our most profitable offer yet. Members can earn up to $15 per click. That’s a whopping $15,000 for motivated members, and more than most could earn in a successful business,” Rogers said.
To those who might suggest this kind of innovative business is undermined by scam, Rogers points to the large and growing number of members. “250,000 active members tells you something really big is going on,” Rogers said.
Seven Dollar Click’s members include individuals from all walks of life, from executives, to online entrepreneurs, to office workers and day laborers. Members are not required to come with any skills. Everything is taught to new members quickly and easily in a simple 1-2-3 system.
“This is the kind of big income that puts members in the high income bracket. You can afford a nice home, new cars, and fancy vacations. We’re very proud to be offering that kind of opportunity to so many people,” Rogers said.
Contact: Tom Rogers