ShareCash Review of Program Details
|Information Type||ShareCash Detail|
|Minimum Payout|| $20|
|Payment Options|| Check, Payoneer, Paypal, PayQuicker, Payza, Wire Transfer|
|Commission Types|| CPA, CPL|
ShareCash is a file hosting website which pay users each time their uploads are downloaded.
They also have an affiliate program where you can earn from 5-12% of the money earnt by people you refer.
The percentage you receive works on a scale. It starts at 5%, and then for each 10 new users you refer it will increase by 1%. This means if you can refer lots of people it will create a nice snowball effect on your earnings. More income per individual user, plus more users – double whammy!
Minimum cashout is $20. They can pay via Paypal, Payoneer and wire transfer. Payouts have to be requested manually meaning you can build up your balance over a long time if you want to, or request it each month, should you earn enough to be able to do it that is.
They have strict rules on what users upload. Copyrighted material is not allowed, neither is adult content. Because of this be sure to only refer legitimate people who will upload genuine content they own themselves, such as; ebooks, image bundles, software, videos, games etc. Anyone breaching their rules gets permanently banned so there is no point referring users who will get banned. Focus your efforts on getting quality referrals. You will make a lot more money from it.
Creating an account is free and quite easy to do. The members area is fast loading and simple to use with a sidebar down the left side and details in the middle. When you log in it looks like this with recent announcements.
How homepage looks
All in all, it is a good service and one worth using to make money from your own files (if you have some that you can distribute) as well as building up an affiliate downline to get lifetime residual income from those people too.
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