Exoclick - A Good Low Payout Pay Per Click

A picture paints a thousand words.

There's no doubt that AdSense and YPN are two of the highest paying and best known contextual advertising services in the business. The main draw back of these two giants is that payment is slow and their rules are petty and prohibitive. They're also pretty unforgiving if you've fallen foul of their rules and been banned. A fairly new kid on the block is Exoclick. Exoclick offer a range of (roughly) targeted contextual ads, search boxes and web portals which operate on a pay per click basis.

Advantages of Exoclick:
Exoclick offers instant account approval, easy to implement HTML code and a low payout level. Ads are rotated so that the highest payers are always displayed. Some of the ad formats have integral images, which prove particularly useful for increasing your CTR. Probably the biggest advantage Exoclick has is that it pays by PayPal on a weekly basis if you reach the modest minimum payout level of only USD $10. Also, gone are the days of the mysterious 'zero cent' clicks that you get with some of the bigger players - every click pays something, so your efforts aren't in vain. Your Exoclick code can be implemented on any of your sites and they aren't too concerned about your content (adult, gambling etc. are all allowed). They also have good online support and you can easily speak to a real person if you prefer. They also have an attractive referral program.

Disadvantages of Exoclick:
As I briefly eluded to in the opening paragraph, the ads are not perfectly targeted - they will match the general subject of your site but they won't go into the fine detail that AdSense does. The price per click is also unpredictable and depends on your niche and where your 'clickers' come from.

Exoclick, although not quite a substitute for AdSense or YPN, can now be run alongside them as a complimentary source of income. It might also prove the ideal PPC if you've been suspended by one of the bigger providers. If you get a lot of traffic from the US/UK/Europe and have financial/tech related content you should see worthwhile results. I've been experimenting with it on a few of my blogs (not this one) and I've been pleasantly surprised by the results.

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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

well written dude!!

must say they pay really low for indian traffic , less than a cent !!

Sammie Hoffman said...

Great review: very well-balanced and informative. I'm trying Exoclick and like you say it is a complimentary revenue source if you have some space to fill on your pages. I love the quick payout by PAYPAL! No hanging around for months to get your money.

Nilotpal27 said...

Another happy Exoclicker here. I was banned by AdSense and don't live in the US so I can't use YPN. I've tried AdBrite too but their ads don't do too well and they only pay by check. I normally only make a few cents per click but it comes in quickly and gets paid on time. I'd definitely recommend placing the code in an empty space - there's nothing to lose.

Tom said...

Thanks for comments Anonymous, Sammie and Nilotpal. Nilotpal, you're point about filling empty space is a particularly good one - there's no excuse for not sticking an Exoclick unit there for a few weeks to at least see the results. Another attraction, certainly from my point of view, is the speedy payout - no hanging around for the magic $100 mark like you have to with AdSense. Of course Exoclick can be used on the same site as AdSense too - double revenue stream!

Kurt Markusson said...

Cool review. It comes 2nd in Google for Exoclick so that's why I'm here. I like the idea of PayPal payment and have high traffic site so get good clicks. I've been trying for a month along with AdBrite and it is reliable source of income. Good pay per click.

Amit Bhatia said...

I tried Exoclick and wasn't so impressed with it. It might be because my traffic is mainly Indian and the ads weren't very relevent. I did like the fast payout but I've found another program that works.

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Wiratmoko said...

Well, I think the best alternative for adsense is Bidvertiser. Because if I compare it with Exoclick, ads from Bidvertiser is more relevant to the content of my Blog than that exoclick. Bidvertiser also provide payment via PayPal ( Min $10. For check min $50 ). So that is my opinion guys. Thank you and God Bless You and your family.

Tom said...

Thanks for that friendly comment Wiratmoko - you can come here again and disagree with me! :p
But seriously, I've tried Bidvertiser in the past and was less than impressed.

Anonymous said...

This is a terrible ppc option! I've used them for a month and the pay out is terrible! Less than one cent for my traffic (I have garden/landscape sites). I personally feel that the click stats are just plain wrong. Example of this:
I'm watching the live stream from Apache (server-status out put), I see clients coming to the site, I see the traffic but it is not reflected in exoclick! My one client 'should' equal atleast on hit on their stats.... but no. Just hard to trust them.

Tom said...

I'll leave your comment Anonymous, although I don't like really anonymous comments. I must admit that the gloss is coming off Exoclick for me too. After my initial success it's been sharply downhill in terms of earnings. Still better than nothing if you have empty space to fill.

Rudra said...

this is a good review and the comments are useful. will consider using this but someone specified that they are hard to trust.
there is no alternative to adsense but its worth considering it. thanks

Rapidshare Bloggers said...

Impartial review...
Thanks :)

Dulee2005mm said...

Has anyone out there heard about WideCircles.com. It seems like a way better service then wasting money on PPC. Apparently they are using refering websites ( forums, blogs, wiki, etc. ) and have a viral word of mouth distributed approach to it. My friend told me he got around 100 visits from single post which cost him $0.40c. I am going to give them a try today . In case you are intrested here is it. http://widecircles.com?s=imt1

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