NeoBux.com is a pay to click website that recruits users and advertisers and brings them together on their website. NeoBux pays their users to view and click the content placed there by advertisers in exchange for a predetermined amount.
NeoBux is free to join, and promises their users at least one advertisement per day will be provided for them to view. In addition, NeoBux allows their users to increase their rate of pay by referring other members to NeoBux and mentioning you as their referrer.
NeoBux allows you to acquire referrals with banner ads, word of mouth, or actually by renting referrals from NeoBux itself. Renting referrals means that, for a small monthly fee, members of NeoBux who signed up without being referred by someone will be assigned to your downline.
Finally, NeoBux has an evolving system for payouts, allowing you to cash out your account for the first time once you reach $2.00, but after every subsequent payout, your minimum account level must one dollar higher than last time until you finally reach a minimum of $10.00 in your account before you’re allowed to pay out. $10.00 is the max, however, so once you reach that level it will stay there.
So What’s the Deal with NeoBux?
Well, NeoBux is free to join, they guarantee daily ads, they have an aggressive anti-hacker stance and program which keeps them in good favor with advertisers, and they have a reasonable and well organized guide to their referral system. All-in-all, NeoBux looks like a very legitimate paid to click website.
There’s only two issues with NeoBux as far as I can see. One, in order to prevent hacking and cheating, they have strict guidelines about having only account per computer and only one user per IP being able to click accounts per day. This makes it difficult for multiple in-house family members to be a part of NeoBux, and has actually resulted in some users being kicked out of their NeoBux accounts even though the users felt they hadn’t done anything wrong.
Essentially, it’s important to understand NeoBux’s strict stance on this and plan ahead if there is some reason why it would be difficult for you to comply with these limitations.
And finally, unless you are willing to have an aggressive strategy to recruit referrals, the per click pay amounts are so low that some users may question if it’s worth it. For example, if you are not willing to get referrals, NeoBux states that you will be paid $.01 (one cent) per click. Unless you are getting tons of ads per day to click on, you can imagine how long it would take you to get to that $2.00 payout, much less to that $10.00.