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Is Click Intensity a Scam? – Find out Why I don’t Recommend Click Intensity

May 14, 2016 14 Comments

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Product name: Click Intensity

Program owner: Nick Johnson

Website: Clickintensity.com

Price: Free to join + Requires a minimum budget – $25

Overall rank: 35 out of 100

Verdict: Not recommended

 

Click Intensity is a new advertising and revenue sharing site that has been launched quite recently. If you are new to this type of opportunity, I would like to give you some info. People join this type of sites for two main reasons.

One reason is to advertise their business and second to make some money through revenue sharing program. Some people have luck with this opportunity while others don’t. I personally had no luck.

I invested over $350 in Traffic Monsoon and lost my money. That’s why, from my experience I can tell that revenue sharing sites are not reliable. And keep in mind that TM was one of the most “reliable” revenue sharing sites.

When it comes to Click Intensity, it’s new and has no rating. In my review I will do a research to explain how I lost my money with TM and how Click Intensity is different from TM, if different at all and I will let you know if Click Intensity is scam or not.

 

Pros of Click Intensity

  • You can drive cheap traffic to your business
  • You can make some money with little effort

 

Cons of Click Intensity

  • Requires a budget – at least $200-$500
  • No guarantee of revenue
  • It may collapse at anytime like many other revenue sharing sites
  • No money back guarantee
  • Too much hype

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Click Intensity’s useless traffic program

If you plan to join Click Intensity as an advertiser, i.e. advertise your business within Click Intensity network then I don’t recommend it at all. When I was a member of Traffic Monsoon and advertised two websites, I got no results.

They promised to send thousands of clicks per day, but I’ve never seen that. I had 100–200 clicks at best and even those clicks were completely useless.

Because anyone who has been using this type of service know that traffic that comes from revenue sharing sites is not targeted though they always claim that their traffic is super highly targeted. This is not true.

An overwhelming majority of members of revenue sharing sites join this type of programs only with one goal. They want to buy ad packs and get their share of the profit. As simple as that.

They have no interest in what you are going to advertise within their network. In fact, you’re going to advertise your business, i.e. put your offer in front of other members like you.

I hope you see the picture now and understand that this type of traffic is almost useless for your business. That’s why, I really don’t recommend to spend money on these traffic packages. Yes, they are cheap, but they are useless.

 

How it works

If you join Click Intensity in order to participate in their revenue sharing program and possibly make some money, you first need to understand how their system works and I’m going to explain it further in my review.

Basically, you buy an ad pack for $25 and earn $30 which means you earn $5 from each ad pack.

 

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One of the major red flags that I see in Click Intensity is that advertisers of this program recommend you to invest a considerable amount of money, up to $100.000 while they don’t guarantee that you will earn revenue.

They recommend it in order to unlock all levels. The most amazing part of their promotion is that they don’t know when they can pay you which is ridiculous in my opinion.

In their promotional video they also show you an example of buying 100 packages ($25 each) that will cost you $2.500 and this investment will allow you to earn $250 every 30 minutes. This is not true because your revenue can’t be guaranteed according to their disclaimer.

 

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Your revenue completely depends on the revenue of the company, i.e. Click Intensity.

Just as an example, when I was a member of Traffic Monsoon, I had 10 positions, i.e. 10 ad packs ($50 each) and I was supposed to earn $10 a day, BUT I earned this amount only for several days and then my income dropped to $1 or $2 a day and when I asked their support their reply was as follows:

As you can see, according to their reply, there is no set rate. Keep in mind that the same rule applies to all revenue sharing sites, including Click Intensity.

In one of their promotional videos on Youtube from Tara Mish there is so much hype that it really looks laughable. She tells that Click Intensity is a fantastic opportunity and you won’t fail which is not true.

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Revenue sharing sites are unstable

Another major con of Click Intensity is that revenue sharing sites are not reliable or stable. If you invest enough money, let’s say $500 and buy 20 ad packs, you can make money until their revenue is stable and new members continue joining their network.

If not, then you can start losing your daily profit. If you plan to benefit from programs like Click Intensity as your secondary income that’s ok.

If you plan to use this opportunity as your main income then there is a high risk that you can lose everything one day. Because it’s out of your control. It’s not your website.

It may even happen that you invest money into two revenue sharing sites and one of them may collapse and the other one may not make you as much money as they promise.

Just as an example, when I joined Traffic Monsoon I was thinking that I would invest some money and see how it works for me. Unfortunately, I had no chance to even earn my invested money back because Traffic Monsoon started to have a serious issue with PayPal and as a result of that I lost my money.

Also, before I even lost my money, Traffic Monsoon blocked my account. I provided them all my account details, but they didn’t restore my account.

You can be in the same position with other revenue sharing sites and that’s why I don’t recommend to invest money you can’t afford to lose.

 

The members area

In the members area they have a training that covers the following topics:

  • Know the system
  • Buy silver packs daily until you hit 4.000
  • Complete 10 tasks in the system daily
  • Refer more and more
  • New member coaching
  • Read daily
  • Listen to audios’s daily

This is very basic training and you won’t find any value in it. You will be shown how to complete simple tasks, such as listening to audios or watching videos in order to earn pennies.

 

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Also, you can buy ad packs. Revenue sharing sites are mainly targeting people that can’t make money online. They offer them a simple solution, such as revenue sharing opportunity.

It doesn’t require much effort. That’s true. But it’s very risky and I’m living proof of that. I joined revenue sharing program and I lost my money.

 

How to make money with Click Intensity?

Inside the members area of Click Intensity you will be completing tasks, such as clicking ads, sharing posts on Facebook, playing games online, watching videos or surfing the web. You will be earning pennies for this type of activity.

Or you can participate in their revenue sharing opportunity If you have free money to invest.

They also have a referral program like any other revenue sharing site, but their program is WAY better than all others that I’ve seen so far. They pay 10% commission on level one, 1% on level two etc.

  • Level 1 = 10%
  • Level 2 = 1%
  • Level 3 = 0.5%
  • Level 4 = 0.5%
  • Level 5 = 0.5%
  • Level 6 = 0.5%
  • Level 7 = 2.0%

You can see their referral commission plan above. This plan means that you can earn even from people who were invited to Click Intensity by your referrals, not you.

This sounds great, but again it’s the first revenue sharing site that offers this type of referral commission and we can’t be confident that it will work as they promise.

And I forgot to mention that you can earn a commission from the referrals of your referrals if you can invest $100.000 into Click Intensity.

Their offer is generous enough, but I don’t think any reasonable man will want to invest so much money into this scheme. This really sounds so ridiculous. Here is their recommended investment plan

  • Level 1: 1 packs = $25
  • Level 2: 100 packs = $2500
  • Level 3: 200 packs = $5000
  • Level 4: 400 packs = $10,000
  • Level 5: 1000 packs = $25,000
  • Level 6: 2000 packs = $50,000
  • Level 7: 4000 packs = $100,000

Another major con of this program is that they recommend you to invite other people to join Click Intensity and earn even more money because you will be able to earn from each of your referrals who’s joined Click Intensity and spent money within their network. Ok, this part is ok.

But they don’t provide any quality training which means you don’t even know where to find tons of people that will want to join Click Intensity.

It requires specific knowledge on free and paid traffic methods which if you don’t know, you don’t have any chance to earn money from Click Intensity referral program.

 

Can you trust Click Intensity?

Click Intensity claims that you risk absolutely nothing. This is not true. Is it possible? If they recommend you to buy MORE ad packs and invest MORE money, up to $100.000 and they don’t guarantee any revenue and they don’t know when they start paying you, how can it be possible that you risk nothing?

 

How much to invest or not to invest into Click Intensity? and How much can you earn from Click Intensity?

As I said above, once you’ve become a member of Click Intensity and want to make money through their revenue sharing program, you need to buy silver or gold ad packs.

Each pack will cost you $25 and these packs allow you to get the share of the profit. Each ad pack allows you to have 1 profit share and from each pack you can earn only $5.

But Click Intensity can’t pay you if they don’t have any profit. Right? The only way to pay you is get new members and use their money in order to pay you.

At certain point if the number of new members starts to drop while old members will want to withdraw their earnings, the company can reach the point when it won’t be able to pay all its members and this is why revenue sharing sites collapse sooner or later.

In order to understand how you earn money with Click Intensity, let me explain it in simple terms. The main idea behind revenue sharing program is buying ad packs.

You need to buy ad packs continuously. Why? Because each ad pack that makes you $5, expires every 30 – 50 days. It differs with each revenue sharing company.

You need to continuously buy new ad packs to not allow them to expire and replace them with new ad packs.

For example, when I was a member of Traffic Monsoon I had 10 ad packs and was making $10 a day ( $1 a day for each ad pack). But then my profit dropped from $10 to $1 a day because like I said, your profit depends on the company’s profit.

In order to make a solid income, you need to start with $500 at least in order to buy 20 ad packs. This will allow you to expedite the process and start making a few hundred bucks per month.

So, you need to buy MORE ad packs. This is the key. But if something happens to Click Intensity, you will lose everything.

If you want to make money with revenue sharing site you have to buy new ad packs and don’t take any profit at least in the first 6 months. The more ad packs you have the more revenue you can earn.

 

Support at Click Intensity

As I said above, this program is new and I don’t know how helpful or responsive their support is. Very often revenue sharing sites outsource their support to third party companies who don’t know the subject and can’t help you solve the problem.

When I was a member of Traffic Monsoon, their support was helpful, but they didn’t solve a problem with my account. They even were rude.

Very often people contact support to complain that they don’t earn as much as was promised, but like I said above, they don’t guarantee revenue and they have a pretty standard answer like: “there is no set rate to how much you earn per hour”.

 

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This means you have to either leave the company or continue being satisfied with what you earn.

 

Final word on Click Intensity

It’s really hard to say if Click Intensity is a scam or not because this program is new and has been launched quite recently. No one can say how their business will go. But I tend to think that it’s by far not the best revenue sharing website and you can find a better alternative to it.

Generally speaking, if you plan to join Click Intensity in order to get traffic to your business then you should know that their traffic is useless. It’s useless because people who join this network are interested in making money only.

So, if your site is related to money making niche then you can get some traffic, but even in this case it’s a low quality traffic. People who join this network want to click on 10 ads and get their share of the profit. That’s it. They are not interested in your offer.

If you plan to participate in their revenue sharing program then you should keep in mind that Click Intensity is a new program and has neither good or bad reputation so far.

But from my experience with other revenue sharing sites, such as Traffic Monsoon (one of the “best” ones BTW) I can tell you that investing your money into this type of business involves a high risk.

First, because revenue sharing sites never guarantee you any income. Second, Traffic Monsoon terminated my account and I lost my $360.

Third, it looks like Click Intensity is not a reliable revenue sharing site due to making bold claims and using tricky methods.

They recommend to invest MORE money while they don’t guarantee any income. I’ve done an in-depth research on several revenue sharing sites and can tell you with full confidence that if you plan to invest some of your money, I honestly recommend you to not invest money you can’t afford to lose. Why?

Because:

  • Revenue sharing sites don’t guarantee any revenue
  • There is no money back guarantee.
  • Revenue sharing sites can collapse at anytime
  • All revenue sharing sites that I’ve seen so far collapse after 3,4 years since their launch.
  • In fact, I lost over $350 with one of the best revenue sharing sites
  • Finally, I never recommend any revenue sharing site as your main income because it’s unstable.

 

Final glance at Click Intensity

  • You can drive cheap traffic to your business
  • You can make some money with little effort
  • Requires a budget – at least $200-$500
  • No guarantee of revenue
  • It may collapse at anytime like many other revenue sharing sites
  • No money back guarantee
  • Too much hype
  • Overall rank: 35 out of 100
  • Verdict: Not recommended

 

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  1. stefan says:

    Hi there, I completely agree with you. These websites like traffic mooson are nothing but a waste of time and money. I always think they are very close to a ponzi scheme because you never know what’s going on behind the scene. Many websites collapse after a few months and those who invested in those are left with an empty pocket. Nice review and thanks for sharing.

    • Rufat says:

      For some people maybe it’s not a scam, but I had no luck with it. I invested my hard earned money and lost all of it. Not all of them are ponzi schemes, but most of them are. When it comes to Click Intensity, it’s new and compared to other revenue sharing sites, this one is not something I would recommend. Their claims are too bold and they even encourage people to spend up to $100.000. This is something that makes me think of this program as somewhat illegitimate. Because they claim that there is zero risk while they recommend to invest thousands of dollars and money is not refundable. Does all this sound legit? I would stay away from it.

  2. Julius says:

    Doesn’t look like a good, trustworthy program to me. The worst thing is its unstability and the chance to collapse at any time.

    I did hear that al these revenue sharing sites are very unstable, just like you said. So I really don’t think it’s worth considering.

    But just for instance, what is the most trusted site that you can actually recommend? I’m talking about revenue sharing type of sites.

    • Rufat says:

      You’re right. It’s possible to make money with revenue sharing sites, but it’s extremely unstable and can collapse at any time. I lost my money with Traffic Monsoon. Click Intensity is a waste of time in my opinion. When it comes to trusted revenue sharing site I think there is no such site. But the best one at the moment is MAPS – My Advertising Pays. You can try it if you want at your own risk.

  3. RLat17 says:

    I’m glad this site is here. When people are first starting out trying to make money online (especially with affiliate programs), it’s hard to distinguish between what’s a great affiliate program and which one isn’t. This provides detail behind why Click Intensity isn’t great and provides a great alternative (Wealthy Affiliate).

    • Rufat says:

      Yes, I think Click Intensity is definitely not a good option when it comes to revenue sharing sites in particular and earning an income in general. There are though some programs that can make you an income for some time, but they are not stable and collapse very fast. I think it would be much better to join a genuine affiliate program that will make you money for years instead of running after short term income opportunities.

  4. Neil says:

    There are so many of these online ad revenue sharing sites coming out of the woodwork, it’s unreal!

    Yep, I’ve definitely come across Traffic Monsoon and even MAPS too. So I don’t seeClick Intensity being any different!

    Simply seeing the cost of Click Intensity and also no guarantee of making money online from the program is enough for me not to want to join.

    I see there being no benefits to this program whatsoever but WA looks amazing from studying the comparison table.

    Neil

    • Rufat says:

      You’re right. There are too many revenue sharing sites and most of them collapse as fast as they appear. It’s true that Click Intensity is not much different from Traffic Monsoon and MAPS. The only difference that I see is that Click Intensity is one of the worst ones that I know. There are too many cons and obvious cons in this program and to be honest I wouldn’t recommend it at all. In general, I don’t like revenue sharing sites because they never guarantee any income though they promise that you will be rich. And there is even no money back guarantee. That’s why I never recommend this type of opportunity especially because revenue sharing sites collapse too often.

  5. Rajesh Gautam says:

    Cant rely upon. Even if we get money, dont know how legal it is to make transparent in county like India where many tax regulations.

    • Rufat says:

      Agree with you. I don’t care about taxes to be honest. The only thing I know is that this business is risky and in fact I lost my money with another revenue sharing site called Traffic Monsoon. This type of business is very unreliable.

  6. kala says:

    That is terrible how some people just scam you out of your money, I mean we work hard for our cash and if we wanted to waste it on nothing we could burn the stuff. Who knows maybe people will learn and stop going after scams. See that is where helpful people like yourself comes into play!

    • Rufat says:

      Hi Kala, I agree that burning your hard earned cash is terrible. When it comes to Click Intensity, there is too much hype in their promotional material and we have to be very careful before in vesting money into such questionable programs. It’s true that you can make money with revenue sharing sites, but it’s true as well that you can lose everything like I lost with another revenue sharing site called Traffic Monsoon.

  7. Warren says:

    Rufat. What a thorough and complete review. These guys sound like the guys who used to get “referrals” out of the phone book and pass them off as leads. Plus, the commission structure can be great, it just sounds more like pay to play to me. As usual, you keep us informed.
    Thanks.

    • Rufat says:

      It looks very attractive but reality is totally different Warren. I lost my money in one of such programs 2 years ago. Programs like this one work for some time and then collapse one day and all their members lose money. I think it’s a dangerous and risky investment.

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