To monitor your referral's activities, Neobux has a color system. This system lets you know whether you are profiting (green), breaking even (yellow), or losing money (red). Constantly recycle inactive RRs. Recycling costs 0.07 per referral and it is better to recycle in the long run.
With the RR's on auto-renew, you are paying for the upkeep of these referrals. You want to constantly recycle until you have a high average (2.0 or higher). For standard members, anything less than 2.0 means you are losing money. Keep recycling until you have a team of active users. I recommend recycling anyone that has not clicked in 4 days.
*Note: This is true for upgraded members. In 2011, Neobux reduced the earning rate for standard members to $0.001 per click, drastically reducing their earnings. Because of these lower earnings, standard members should recycle conservatively and use auto-recycle more often.
These are just general guidelines to follow. There is no one size fits all answer for recycling, it is something you need to do constantly and see if it gets you better results. You need to recgonize referral's clicking patterns so you can identify which ones are good and which ones are bad. In the Neobux Ultimate Strategy, we cover a complete recycling strategy to help you increase your clicking average. To get the ebook right away, go to our sales page.
What is Auto-Renew and why should you use it?
Firstly, auto pay only works if the referral:
*Has 20 days remaining
*Is actively clicking
Each time a referral clicks, 1 day will be added to their expiration date. So, you are automatically paying for them from your rental balance. It is useful if you have a lot of referrals and don't want to renew them. Your referrals will not expire as long as they are clicking, and you will save 10% in renewal fees over time.
AutoRenew is a relatively new feature in Neobux - the way it work is simple - you can choose when you would like to renew a RR, and for how long. For example, you can renew a RR for 30 days just 3 days before the RR's expiration date.
The discounts are as follows:
15 days - no discount
30 days - 5% discount
60 days - 10% discount
90 days - 18% discount
150 days - 25% discount
240 days - 30% discount
240 days is actually 8 months! That means you don't have to worry about renewing that referral for 9 months, and you are receiving the maximum discount possible.
When you have enough money to renew for 90 days, turn AutoPay off, and turn on AutoRenew. Depending on how many referrals you have, and how much $$$ you have in your balance, select the discount days that best fits you.
AutoPay is more useful for standard members than upgraded members. Why? Because at some point, renewing is more beneficial than using auto pay. AutoPay will give you a 10% discount, but if you renew for 90 days, the same 10% discount you will get for 60 days of renewing. When you renew for 90 days, your discount is 18%, which is higher than that of AutoPay, that is why at this point you should turn AutoPay off.
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