A lot of users continue to utilize their computers that are paid for by their monthly internet bills to figure out ways to earn some (or even earn a profit) back.
One of the newest methods is image hosting by companies that are paying YOU to host your images on their site. It’s true, because of the numerous sponsorships the websites offer they are able to pay for bandwidth and storage as well as they pay users who upload the images.
Is this the new way of earning money online? Nay. I have a massive collection of images I could upload, but do you think it’s enough? Nay.
There are two main web-based image hosting services that pay there. Both pay at a different amount but both utilize the same payment methods (E-gold, Stormpay, and when your payment is large enough, they may even verify it). However, at what cost can images generate income for you, it is a question that you may be wondering.
ImageCash has been the catalyst for this change and has since made the world’s attention. The servers of ImageCash are very fast in relation to the amount of traffic they receive . Additionally, the pop-up advertisements are at the very least. It is possible to utilize your advertising blockers they do have quite a few of them.
At first, ImageCash converted your image views into cash at the end of each day, and then show the pending earnings in your account as a member. In the last month and a half nearly for two whole months ImageCash was suffering due to sponsors cutting them off at the midpoint of the month. This has resulted in a large bandwidth cost for ImageCash and a bleak ratio of image views to dollars for pimpandhost lsh of images.
We’re lucky that it converts our image views into money at least every 2 weeks. This can be a problem for people with websites that are bringing in huge traffic, but not having a clue for the next few weeks what the outcome is going to be.
ImageCash offers a an undetermined percentage of daily profit after the server’s expenses, which may be poor or could be extremely low.
In May 2006, I am able to record 138,000 unique views of my images and earned $1.30 in compensation. A majority of these were who came through my popular teenage picture portal. As you can observe that even with a highly-rated website, it’s very difficult to earn even a couple of dollars per day.
ImageFap is a copy of ImageCash and they’ve even came up with an exact copy of the template used by ImageCash.
The servers of the site are very slow and many outages during the day leave the site unusable during those times. They employ ad-hoc ads that often pop-up on the most obstinate pop-up blockers. The ads can be inundating at times, which makes it more work than it’s worth.