Cashlink: Make money with links
(Cashlink) Some sites allow you to monetize your links by incorporating a transitional advertising page, or a simple banner, or paid access.
These sites, the remunerator of links, are often called “Cashlinks.”
The money that can be earned through a cashlink depends on several factors such as :
- The commission is taken by the site.
- The type of advertising: the display of an interstitial video or a pop-up will, for example, be much more profitable than the simple presentation of one or more banners, but also more annoying for visitors.
- The number of visits on the links, it is interesting because it depends on the users.
- So now, what is a transition page?
The transition page is placed between the moment when the user clicks on the link and when he arrives at the desired site.
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In general, there is a countdown timer in the header whose waiting time varies from 10 to 15 seconds depending on the cashlinks. Once the timer reaches 0, it disappears to make room for the link.
To get a better idea here is an example of a transition page:
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In the case above, I show you a screenshot of a transition page provided by the cashlink “ Clictune.”
This transition page contains a video + a pop-up, it brings 2.50 € to the CPM (Cost per thousand views).
But other pages of transitions are lighter in advertisements and, conversely, other pages of advertising transitions can be overloaded with ads to the point that the loading of the page becomes one becomes a real challenge for our Internet connection.
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So you have to choose your cashlink.
To promote paid links, you can go through your own blog, forums, social networks, or videos on YouTube by adding a link in the description.
I myself frequently use several cashlinks according to my needs. But I set some limits that are still important to me, such as:
- I pay a link from time to time not to scare visitors; I do not stick anywhere and no matter how.
- I do not use a cash link to monetize an affiliate link, i.e., a relationship that can already bring me commissions (like sponsorship, for example).
- I do not form an ” obstacle course ” by putting a paid link, in a paid link, in a paid link, in a … short etc.
It’s essential, I think, not to go too hard with this method of winning. Because it must be admitted, it is an inconvenience for the visitor. Myself who uses cashlinks regularly, I hate to meet as a simple visitor.
There are many cashlinks. Some will even offer you scripts to monetize all links on your site. Personally, I do not recommend their use too much.
Here are the cashlinks that I use regularly:
- Clictune, payment from 5 euros. Clictune proposes a rate of remuneration of € 2.50 to the CPM for France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Canada.
- Fitshr, this cashlink is recent but no less attractive than the others. The payment threshold is 10 euros. This cashlink offers a CPM of up to 4.5 €; this CPM varies according to the origin of the visitors. Currently, Fisher is available in 4 languages. Finally, Fitshr offers several types of transition pages, some lighter than others so obviously u little less remunerative.
- Linkbucks, a helpful cash link, I used a lot a few years ago, but now I’m mostly advertising them to take advantage of their sponsorship system on three levels.
- a very good cashlink too, it offers the display of a simple banner, ideal for people who want to earn money with links without necessarily hinder the visitor.