Thursday, October 26, 2017

Monetize Your Blog with Amazon CPM ads

Amazon is well known among bloggers for their affiliate program where you can advertise their banners or links in your website. In return for advertising, Amazon pays you commission for each sale made through your referral link or banner within 24 hours. You will earn a sum even if the person who clicked your link bought something that wasn’t advertised on your blog. For e.g., if the link they clicked was for a vacuum cleaner but they bought a laptop, you still get paid. Apart from their affiliate system, you can earn through Amazon CPM Ads as well.

What are Amazon CPM Ads?

First of all, CPM literally translates to “cost per mille” or in English, cost per thousand impressions. For instance, if the CPM rate is $1, you will earn $1 for a thousand impressions on your advertisement. If you get 100,000 impressions, you will earn $100. It’s as simple as that.
That’s how Amazon CPM advertisements work. They display their ads and you earn from each impression that you get. For now, they don’t have CPC (cost per click) ads like Google Adsense. Nonetheless, having CPM ads is a great opportunity to earn especially if you get rejected by other advertising networks.

How do you apply for Amazon CPM Ads?

Firstly, you need to have an account with Amazon Affiliates that is still active.
Next, look at your Amazon Affiliates dashboard.

If you noticed on the image above, there is a column for Amazon CPM Ads. This may or may not be inside your dashboard. When I first joined Amazon Affiliates, I couldn’t find for such CPM ads. If it’s already embedded inside your dashboard, it means you already qualified upon registration for Amazon Affiliates. However, if it’s not, you need to check with their support staff to see if you qualify.
I had to contact their support staff and requested for it to be added. After a few days, they have added it for me and I started using their ads not long ago. Lucky me.

Once you click on it, you will see “Introduction”, “Home” and “Create New Ad Code”. Click on the “Create New Ad Code”.

After clicking, you will get to this page.
What should you do next?
  • Choose a name for your advertisement which is mainly for your own reference (so that you know which of your ads are performing well).
  • There are five different ad sizes, pick one which is suitable for your blog. No worries, you can create more ads later.
  • Choose your target CPM. Personally, I chose $1 as my target CPM.
So how does it actually work?
CPM rates depend on my factors, including where your audience is from and what your blog niche is. This means that some visitors are only “worth” lesser than $1 CPM and others may be worth $1 or more.
For example, assuming that your target CPM is $1, if your visitor is worth less than $1 CPM, Amazon won’t display their ads. They will only display ads if your audience is worth $1 or more.
Does this mean that my ad space will be empty?
Luckily, Amazon allows you to put a passback ad code, which brings us to the last part.
  • Provide your passback ad code. This means that they allow (or rather, force) you to put codes from other advertising agencies, such as Adsense, or anything else. If their CPM rate is not met, they will pass the ad space back to your other advertising network.

For example, if you put an Adsense code as your passback code, it will display Adsense ads if your targeted CPM rate is not met. You can even put their own Amazon Affiliates banner as the passback code. That’s what I did for this blog initially (until I changed to my hosting affiliate banner).
Once you’ve created your ads, you can insert it into your blog. I will use WordPress as an example.

How to insert Amazon CPM Ads into a WordPress blog

Inserting CPM ads into your WordPress blog is quite simple. If you have a sidebar, you can just go to your widgets, and add a “Text” widget.

As you can see in the image above, just copy and paste exactly the Amazon ad code into the text widget and it works. The method of adding Amazon ads is the same as inserting ads from other networks.
If you want to insert the ad code into a header or a footer, and if you’re using a self-hosted WordPress, go to “Appearance“.
Next, click on “Editor” and you will be directed to this screen, which is the html part of your blog.

On the right hand side, you will notice “header.php” which is for your header and “footer.php” which is for your footer.
If you want to add the code into your header, click “header.php”. You will see all kinds of coding. Find the opening <body> tag which might look like this: “<body <?php body_class(); ?>>“. Insert the ad code after this tag, on the next line.
You can use the same method for footer ads, by going to “footer.php” and doing the same thing.

If you’re not familiar with html, don’t risk it. You can just install and activate the Ad Inserter plugin, and you can choose where you want the ads to be inserted to. It can be at the header or footer or even in between paragraphs and so on.
Now that we’ve finally gotten this out of our way, let’s go back to the main question which is the topic of this post.

How much can I actually earn from Amazon’s CPM Ads a month?

As I’ve mentioned in the beginning of this post, you can set a targeted CPM rate and you can basically guess how much you’ll earn for a thousand or a hundred thousand impressions.
Having said that, you have to take into account “ad fill rates” as well. This means that even if 1000 visitors came to your blog this month, not all 1000 will view the ads, as it’s impossible to display ads to all visitors. This happens because of network errors, timeouts or even if a visitor leaves the page early. Furthermore, not all of your visitors will reach your CPM rate. It could be your blog niche which commands a low CPM as well.

If you can see in the image above, I’ve earned $0.26 for 237 ad impressionswith the CPM rate of $1.11. That is the average CPM rate that I’m getting from my visitors, although I’ve set my targeted CPM rate as $1 only.
Just to clarify, it doesn’t mean that if you set your rate as $1, you will only earn $1 for 1,000 views. It just means that it displays ads to visitors with a CPM rate of $1 and above.
What about the fill rate?

If you can see on the image above, my fill rate is really low, i.e. around 3 – 9% only. If I’m not mistaken, fill rate is calculated by dividing impressions with ad requests. Ad requests are the number of times Amazon ads are requested from their server to display on your blog. Although they were displayed, they were not viewed by visitors most of the time, which results in low ad impressions.
The best way to improve ad impressions is to perhaps put ads in obvious places. “You don’t say“. Most of my ads are hidden in footers or in sidebars which are rarely viewed. Not everyone reads all the way to the end, which means a majority won’t see my footer ads. Furthermore, mobile visitors won’t see my sidebar if they read my articles, unless they purposely click the sidebar button.
Nevertheless, I’m not depending much on my Amazon CPM ads, as I’m focusing more towards affiliate sales currently. Putting too much ads at the beginning might adversely affect user experience.
Furthermore, Amazon only allows three CPM ads to be displayed at a page one time. Your account might get suspended if you use more than three different ads on a page.
Back to the topic. Are Amazon CPM ads really effective for new bloggers? Unfortunately, it may not be very effective as you won’t earn much in the beginning for the simple reason that new blogs generally don’t get much traffic (unless you’re an exceptional case). Even if you get 1,000 ad impressions, you’ll probably only earn $1 or slightly more.
This doesn’t mean that Amazon CPM ads are terrible. They are actually better than other CPM ads that I’ve tried and if you get lots of traffic each month, it becomes a source of passive income. Who doesn’t like passive income? Furthermore, they work well with Google Adsense or other advertising networks as well since it allows passback whenever CPM rates are not met.


Amazon CPM ads are quite useful as a source of passive income especially if you’ve failed to get approval with Adsense or other networks. As a new blogger, you won’t earn much but it’s better than saying that your blog is earning zero.
Putting ads on your blog is not the best way to monetize a blog with minimum traffic. If your blog is not getting many visitors, you can probably earn more by way of affiliate marketing. You can use their CPM ads and insert their affiliate code as passback to maximize your potential income.

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10. Bitcoin Hard Fork

Bitcoin Hard Fork

The price of bitcoin took a hit after the cryptocurrency underwent another split, with the newly-created bitcoin gold seeing its value plunge over 60 percent.
Bitcoin hit a low of $5,374.60 on Wednesday before recovering nearly $300. The initial fall followed the "hard fork" that occurred Tuesday.
CNBC runs through what you need to know about the big event.

What is the 'hard fork' about?

Firstly, it's important to understand how the bitcoin system works. Transactions by users are gathered into "blocks" that are turned into a complex math solution. So-called miners, using high-powered computers, work these solutions out to determine if the transaction is possible. Once other miners also check the puzzle is correct, the transactions are approved and the miners are rewarded in bitcoin.
The need for high-end machinery has meant that mining is controlled by a small group of people with powerful computers.
Jack Liao, the CEO of LightningASIC, which sells mining equipment, came up with bitcoin gold as a way to change this dynamic.
The idea is to allow bitcoin gold to be mined by more people with less powerful machines, therefore decentralizing the network further and opening it up to a wider user base.
To this end, the collective behind bitcoin gold came up with a code that creates a "fork" or split in the bitcoin blockchain. That occurred on October 24 and resulted in the creation of the bitcoin gold cryptocurrency.

Hasn't a fork happened before?

Yes. In July, bitcoin underwent a similar fork that led to the creation of bitcoin cash.
There was an initial surge in price, and it hit an all-time high of $914.45, but has fallen steadily, according to data from On Wednesday, bitcoin cash was trading just above $330.
Bitcoin cash's market capitalization — the total value of the cryptocurrency in circulation — is just over $5.5 billion, compared to more than $93 billion for bitcoin.

How is bitcoin gold trading?

Everyone who owns bitcoin will receive bitcoin gold. This is being issued at the rate of 1 bitcoin gold to bitcoin. Since bitcoin gold was issued, its price has plunged over 66 percent, trading at just over $161 per coin, according to Coinmarketcap data.
It appears the sell-off was due to investors dumping the cryptocurrency, perhaps signaling a lack of faith in the newly-created coin.
Bitcoin also fell sharply Wednesday before recovering and other cryptocurrencies like ethereum took a hit too.
Bitcoin gold has faced teething problems in the few hours it has been around. The website for the new cryptocurrency suffered a distributed denial-of-service attack, which is when a server is overloaded with requests.
And many major cryptocurrency exchanges have not begun trading in bitcoin gold yet.

What are experts saying about the fork?

There are differences of opinions within the bitcoin industry as to whether a fork is good or bad.
"These forks are very bad for bitcoin. Saturating the market with different versions of bitcoin is confusing to users, and discredits the claim that there are a limited number of bitcoins — since you can always fork it and double the supply," Sol Lederer, blockchain director at Loomia, said in an emailed statement Tuesday.
But some have said forks are a good part of any cryptocurrency ecosystem.
"If a crypto-community has irreconcilable differences, then you can go your separate ways and that is just fine," Bob Summerwill, chief blockchain developer at Sweetbridge, a company creating blockchain solutions, said in a statement Tuesday.
Still, there is bullishness around bitcoin. A survey carried out by CNBClast week asking where the bitcoin price was headed found that 49 percent of the 23,118 people who voted answered "above $10,000."


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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

About BTC Gold - BTG

Bitcoin GPU is a full node implementation of the bitcoin protocol. Find out everything you need to know about this potential hard fork – also known as Bitcoin GOLD and BGOLD – today.

What Is Bitcoin GPU?

Bitcoin GPU is a possible upcoming hard fork in the bitcoin protocol. Just like the hard fork from the beginning of August, the Bitcoin GPU hard fork could result in more “free” duplicate bitcoins for you.
The full node implementation is also known as Bitcoin GOLD or BGOLD. It comes with the symbol BTG. Everything we know about this currency comes from its official website at
The protocol plans to fork off the main chain, then use an ICO to ensure the BTG chain becomes the longest blockchain. During the ICO, you’ll be able to purchase 10 BTG for 1 BTC.
The entire proposal is awkwardly worded online at That website mysteriously features the Bitcoin Cash logo. It also features nonsensical sentences like, “GPU mining can protect Bitcoin Key value: decentralize.” What?
The website describes the proposed hard fork as “an implementation of bitcoin peer-to-peer electronic GOLD.”
The main purpose of Bitcoin GPU is to implement a user activated hard fork proposal to accept GPU mining. Under Bitcoin GPU, miners can choose the size of the blocks they want to mine, with a default block size of 1MB. However, it’s unclear how the proposal plans to achieve that, or any technical merits behind the project.

How Does Bitcoin GPU Work?

BTCGPU will create 16,000 blocks after it forks from block number 478558. Every block comes with 12.5 BTG in rewards. The BTG will be sold to ICO investors at a rate of 1 BTC = 10 BTG.
Money raised in the BTG crowdsale “will used to hire developors, advertisement, etc.” explains the official website (yes, spelling and grammar mistakes included).
Ultimately, nobody on the internet can really figure out what BTC GPU is talking about. The paragraph below is the word for word description on the front page of See if you can understand what they’re trying to say:
“Once Bitcoin ABC forked Bitcoin, BTCGPU will be activated at the same time. It will be 1M+SW . when the block size is full again, will en-crease the block size to 2M,4M…When mining? When code development is done, starts to mining. The developer is working hard on it. It will support original smart contract. If needed, hard fork again to support original smart contract. not side chain smart contract.”
That’s all of the information we get from the official website. I have no idea what any of that means, or how Bitcoin GPU plans to change the future of bitcoin. Fortunately, “the developer is working hard on it.”
All we can really get is that the Bitcoin GPU proposal involves 1MB default block sizes + SegWit initially, then will increase the block size to 2MB and 4MB. There’s also some plan to implement smart contracts into the blockchain.
Meanwhile, the website features links to the source code, specs, and binaries for the project – although all of these links are broken. So it appears BTC GPU, Bitcoin GOLD, or BGOLD has no working protocol in place.

Bitcoin GPU Features

Robust: Bitcoin GPU aims to build on the stability of the Bitcoin core blockchain “with improved code quality.” Development will follow “a process of continuous integration, based on industry best-practices.”
Scalable: Bitcoin GPU implements the user activated hard fork (UAHF) proposal to accept GPU mining. Miners can choose the size of the blocks they want to mine, with a default size of 1 MB. It also includes replay and wipeout protection.
Built for the Future: Bitcoin GPU’s official website claims that bitcoin has been held back by “the centralize mining industry” for too long. Bitcoin GPU plans to help bitcoin embrace the future with on-chain scaling and other features.

Bitcoin GPU Conclusion

Ultimately, the Bitcoin GPU website is written in barely-intelligible English. It’s like it was written by a child. It poorly explains the characteristics of GPU, and it does a terrible job of explaining why you’d want to trade 1 of your bitcoins for 10 Bitcoin GOLD tokens.

You can probably safely ignore the BTC GPU proposal and their UAHF. However, to learn more about the project for yourself, visit it online at today.

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

The Easiest PTC Site to Earn Bitcoin with low withdrawal limit is a free bitcoin-PTC website where you have to watch ads to get paid in satoshi. - Free bitcoin, bitcoin advertising, ptc
You will register/login with your btc address, (logging in is based on a code retrieved by email) but you don't have to login everytime unless you delete cookies from the browser.
The website uses a leveling feature for its members and have the following requirements :
Visits required to get those levels
  • Level 1: The default level (new registered members)
  • Level 2: you need to perform minimum 3 visits on last 7 days
  • Level 3: you need to perform minimum 6 visits on last 7 days
(keep in mind that if you do not perform the minimum visits on last 7 days, your level will be reverted back to 1 (default)).
It's easy to level up so don't worry.
Payments for each ad viewed depends on member's level and on the timer of the viewed ad :
Ad timer / lvl /satoshi earned per click
  • 10 seconds /1/6 ; 2/6 ; 3/8
  • 20 seconds /1/11 ; 2/11 ; 3/16
  • 30 seconds /1/16 ; 2/16 ; 3/23
  • 40 seconds /1/20 ; 2/20 ; 3/30
  • 50 seconds /1/25 ; 2/25 ; 3/37
  • 60 seconds /1/29 ; 2/29 ; 3/43
Examples :
-if you are level 2 and you're viewing a 40 seconds ad, you will receive 20 satoshi.
-if you are level 1 and you watch a 30 second ad, you will receive 16 satoshi.
-if you are level 3 and you watch a 60 seconds ad, you will receive 43 satoshi.
The website has an extension to install for browser, just like clixsense, which notifies you when you have new ads available,notifications such as withdraw processed.

Don't worry it's safe, you can disable it but you won't find out when new ads are available or when you have receieved your withdraw request, only if you visit the website often.' other menus are Jackpot which is a chance to win a free prize when surfing the website.
Another menu is Lottery which is a gamble game for 5000 satoshi a ticket to gamble which one will be the first character (from 0 to f) of the TX of the latest withdrawal request paid. You can ignore the gamble game if you don't want to spend your satoshi and just view the ads.
Referal program :
Referal comision is not based on a percent but on the level of the referal :

Ad timer / lvl of referral /satoshi earned
  • 10 seconds /1/3 ; 2/4 ; 3/4
  • 20 seconds /1/5 ; 2/8 ; 3/8
  • 30 seconds /1/8 ; 2/12 ; 3/12
  • 40 seconds /1/10 ; 2/15 ; 3/15
  • 50 seconds /1/12 ; 2/19 ; 3/19
  • 60 seconds /1/14 ; 2/22 ; 3/22
Examples :
-if your referral is level 2 and he clicked a 40 seconds ad, you will receive from him 15 satoshi as commision
-if your referral is level 1 and hes clicked a 30 second ad, you will receive comision 8 satoshi.
-if your referral is level 3 and he clicked a 60 seconds ad, you will receive 22 satoshi.
(level 2 and level 3 referrals will bring the same commision)

Ads to view are displayed within the extension.

Withdrawals :
Minimum withdraw amount is 10000 satoshi (0.0001 BTC) and the money are sent directly to your wallet . You don't pay any fees.
To withdraw just click on your username ,select Preferences ,then Withdraws and click on Your available balance . The requested amount will autofill with all you got on balance.
Usually it takes maximum 24 hours to get approved your pending but sometimes it might take even 4 days but don't worry you will receive sooner or later your request. If there is a problem you can use Contact to message the admin.

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19th payment

20th payment

21st payment

Registration link :
Register here - Free bitcoin, bitcoin advertising, ptc
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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Earn Free Bitcoin here

The easiest way to earn Bitcoin and Altcoins is via Faucets.

Bitcoin faucets are a reward system, in the form of a website or app, that dispenses rewards in the form of a satoshi, which is a hundredth of a millionth BTC, for visitors to claim in exchange for completing a captcha or task as described by the website. There are also faucets that dispense alternative cryptocurrencies.

However, the most annoying part is you will need to accumulate a certain amount of BTC before you can make a withdrawal to your wallet. Here come in the microwallet to solve this problem. The faucets can send the BTC to your microwallet so that you can accumulate the BTC faster in microwallet from multiple faucets.

One of the most popular microwallet is Faucethub which can provide your withdrawal to reach your BTC wallet within 24hours. It has a list of Faucets for your choice. Below are the most easiest claim faucets which i have been using. Remember to register Faucethub before you can claim the faucet.

The below are the faucets that I filtered out which is the most profitable.


Complete all these 7 faucets take you 5min and you can get around 300 satoshi. Then repeat again and again. You can simply earn upto 10000 satoshi like I did.


Faucethub is a microwallet service which essentially helps users and website owners store funds and transfer funds to each other in a secured way without going through the process of blockchain which uses fees for each and every transfer. The owner is a great guy and very active and helpful. The support team and moderators deserve the same reputation also. If you have still not opened up an account in Faucethub, you are losing out on too much bitcoins.
Using Faucethub is easy, but new users or beginners stumble on the first step. In this very short guide I will tell you exactly how to do start with it and what you need to do.
You do it as you will with any websites. The only thing you need in addition is a bitcoin wallet address. If you still do not have it. See how to get one here.
Connecting your account:
In Faucethub, you need to connect your present bitcoin address. What happens is this:
There are several sites that pay to Faucethub account. What it means is Faucethub generates an address of itself corresponding to the bitcoin address that you add to your Faucethub account. So, when these sites pay, they pay to the corresponding address that you have with Faucethub. All these goes on in the background and you won’t see it. When a site asks you to put in your “Faucethub Account” It means that you put in the same address (bitcoin wallet address / litecoin wallet address / dogecoin wallet address) that you have linked with your Faucethub.
Suppose your bitcoin wallet address is : XYZ123
In Faucethub you add this address.
Now, when a site tells you to put in your Facuethub address, you put in XYZ123.
When the site sends you bitcoins you will get bitcoins in your Faucethub address XYZ123.
You do not get your bitcoins in your bitcoin wallet address XYZ123. For that, you need to withdraw your funds from Facuethub account to your bitcoin wallet address.
For withdrawing your funds, you need to go to your Faucethub account and then withdraw to your bitcoin address XYZ123.
If you have many other bitcoin address such as: ABC123, DEF123, UVW123 and you put any of these address in the sites that ask for your Faucethub address, you won’t get the funds in your bitcoin address since these addresses are not linked to your Faucethub account.
You can link multiple addresses to your Faucethub account.
Linking an address to your Faucethub account:
Once you signup and login, you will see your dashboard by default. Click on the tab “Wallet Addresses” Then below you will see a space to put in your wallet address that you want to link to Faucethub.

Faucethub deals with Bitcoin(btc), Litecoin(ltc) and Dogecoin(doge) cryptocurrency systems. So, after putting your wallet address, you have to select the type of currency it is “btc/ltc/doge”.
Then just below click the “Link This Address” button.
Now you are done.

I’m not going to explain all what you can do in the site as those are pretty self-explanatory and will be a waste of your time. Search the tabs, and read the help and FAQs. Before using chat read the chat rules on the “?” button just above chat.
Faucethub allows you to earn from faucets, games, Chat, offers and surveys, click on ads etc, and your earnings are added to your Faucethub address. Being active on Faucethub chat also gives you a chance to get satoshis from the uncountable users with a big heart who decides to rain. The default rain is caused by Faucethub “rainmaster”. “Rain” is actually the act where users / Faucethub tips multiple other users and is a way of conveying appreciation or just saying “thank you”. Faucethub also has a website dedicated to getting sure rains for visiting faucets. Got to it (Rainpool) from here, or (read first on how to use rainpool on my rainpool guide by clicking here).  You can also open a faucet for yourself at Faucethub too and the process is very simple and well explained.
Hoping you best of luck with Faucethub!

Now you can start to claim BTC from the below faucets

The below are the faucets that I filtered out which is the most profitable.

Complete all these 7 faucets take you 5min and you can get around 300 satoshi. Then repeat again and again. You can simply earn upto 10000 satoshi like I did.


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