A lot of users continue to utilize their computers that are paid for by the cost of internet usage to figure out ways to earn some money (or do we even say, earn a profit) back.
One of the latest methods is to host images from companies that are paying YOU to host your images on their site. It’s true, because of certain sponsorships that the websites offer they can be paid for bandwidth and storage and at the same time paying the users who uploaded the photos.
Is this the new way of earning money online? Nay. I have an enormous collection of images I could upload, but do you think that’s enough? Nay.
There are two major web-based image hosts that pay there. They pay at a different amount but both utilize the same payment methods (E-gold, Stormpay, and in the event that your payment is substantial enough, they may even verify it). But what is the rate at which images earn you money? that is probably a question you’re wondering.
ImageCash was the first to initiate this revolution and has since earned an enormous reputation. Their servers are extremely speedy in relation to the amount of traffic they receive . Additionally, the pop-up ads are kept to an absolute minimum. You might want to consider using your advertising blockers there are quite a few of them.
In the beginning, ImageCash will convert your photo views into cash each day and display your earnings pending in your account as a member. In the last month and a half almost 2 months in the making, pimpandhost lsh was suffering because sponsors have dropped them at the midpoint of the month, leaving a huge bandwidth charge for ImageCash as well as a depressing ratio of image views to dollars for image uploaders.
It is a blessing that it converts our image views into cash each two weeks. This is a challenge to those who have websites which are receiving massive traffic, but not having a clue for the next few weeks what the result will be.
ImageCash is a an undetermined percentage of daily profits after expenses for servers. This may be poor or may be extremely low.
In May 2006, I recorded 138,000 unique views of my images and was paid $1.30 in compensation. A majority of these were that came from my highly-trafficked teenager picture site and as you can observe that even with a thriving website, it is very difficult to earn even a couple of bucks a day.
ImageFap is a copy of ImageCash and they’ve even made an almost identical copy of the template used by ImageCash.
The servers of the site are very slow and many outages during the day leave the website unusable for these times. They make use of nasty ads which may pop up on the most obstinate pop-up blockers. They can be overpowering at times, and can cause more hassle than it’s worth.