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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #15 on: August 26, 2015, 10:07:14 AM »
Some offer walls have good offers and others send you to spammy links. They are never guaranteed and I use them in InstaGC which does have a system where you can report the broken or spam links.

I have had some good ones, but what I discovered is that they are limited and once the quota is reached the offer is gone, so timing can play a part in if you see the good offers.

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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #16 on: August 28, 2015, 09:26:22 AM »
I have come across Peanut Labs, Offer Toro, Radium and Supersonic and none of them have worked for me at all. Yet I hear other people rave about them all the time. I think it may have something to do with where I am. I don't know for sure, I could be wrong.

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« Reply #16 on: August 28, 2015, 09:26:22 AM »
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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #17 on: August 29, 2015, 07:31:45 AM »
I tried all the offer walls at first and nothing worked out, except I got thousands of spam mail everyday. I end up deleted the email account and now won't bother with those anymore.

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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #18 on: April 05, 2016, 12:40:10 PM »
There are some that I just couldn't earn from like Peanut Labs and HyprMX, probably because of country restrictions, again. My favorite is probably Offer Toro because of the dozens of videos that it has at times, so it's quite easy to earn from it. AdGateRewards are pretty good too.


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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #19 on: April 05, 2016, 03:39:20 PM »
I don't have a lot of experience doing these, but some of the offers on InstaGC I remember credited almost immediately. I have to go back and spend some time on that site, because I think it is one of the better GPT sites. I cashed out on Inbox Dollars so I want to do some other sites now, and I really am not keen on Swabucks anymore.

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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #20 on: April 05, 2016, 10:40:34 PM »
I think that Personaly is a fast crediting offerwall I have been credited many times. But I think Radium and Peanutlabs  are the best ones, most of the time I only use these. Matomy used to be the best offerwall overtime it changed and I barely can get a click offer to credit. But I will say that sometimes its a hit and miss with survey offers and offerwalls its very frustrating and unfair to do numerous offers and not get credit.
« Last Edit: April 05, 2016, 10:42:17 PM by nash22 »

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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #21 on: April 11, 2016, 09:55:19 AM »
Even good offerwalls sometimes turn out the occasional lemon. The offerwalls that work for me are SuperSonic Ads, Fyber, SponsorPay, Ad Colony. The others are just a complete waste of time, they also lead me to spammy links often. If they ever do lead me to the download link, I will not receive any credits after completing the offer requirements.

SuperSonic Ads - some offers work, some do not. However, their support team is really good, if you did follow the requirements, they will give you credit. At least in my case.
Fyber - very few offers credit me, often times they do not, even though I file a support ticket. They do respond to my request, but after giving them the requirements like sending a screenshot of the app, they'll tell me I've already downloaded the app and cannot receive the credits, even though it's the first I've downloaded and installed it on my phone.
Ad Colony - Perfect, every time I watch a video they give me credit for 2-3 points.
SponsorPay - similar to Fyber
Trialpay - They do not work for me, because I haven't received any offers from this wall at all.

The others not mentioned are like Trialpay, I am not receiving any offers from them. Well, I guess I have to deal with it, it's better than trying and getting nothing... :)
« Last Edit: April 11, 2016, 09:59:01 AM by spence88 »

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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #22 on: April 11, 2016, 10:00:16 AM »
Right now I am only doing those Virool on the offer walls. Other sites do not have anything like it or would not let me click on them. I just leave the video open while doing some other things and would get the credit still for running it in the background. I wonder if Workersonboard will introduce some offerwalls

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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #23 on: April 11, 2016, 10:36:33 AM »
These are the offer walls I'd recommend:

Peanut Labs - You can find email submits there sometimes and they're really quick and easy. The surveys are often quite interesting too, and they pay if you DQ from surveys which is always handy. For the US they usually have clicks too. I've never seen a click, ever, there from the UK though. I do get a video once in a blue moon which is usually for around 2 cents.

Persona.ly - The surveys can be interesting there too although often they're a lot longer than they are on Peanut Labs. You don't get DQ points here either. I find their mobile app downloads tend to pay well though which is useful as not all walls have anything for mobile devices.

Adwall - If you have access to YourSurveys they're paying loads for completing them at the minute (I've seen $18 a survey for example) but I'm banned from YourSurveys through no fault of my own, so it's no good for me. Their app downloads tend to pay quite well. Hey often have email submits that pay well as well.

AdGate - The email submits here are often the same as on AdWall but seem to pay higher, so I usually actually complete them here.

OfferToro - Their videos and clicks credit well, and they have app downloads and email submits too. I love their surveys as well but they're often not available on most of the sites that I use unfortunately.

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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #24 on: January 14, 2017, 12:59:14 PM »
I think this is a great thread and worthy of a bump! After reading, I wanted to contribute a few comments here. Offer walls can be lucrative, but sometimes tricky. Especially for newer users who are not experienced with the general ebb and flow of how these offers tend to credit.

When approaching offer walls, there are a few considerations to be made in regards to converting offers successfully. The first consideration is the type of offer you are actually trying to convert. For example, one very common offer found on most offer walls are 'Lifescripts' free sample offers. 'Lifescripts' won't convert to points unless the users cookies are cleared prior to attempting the offer. This applies to every Lifescript offer, so keep this in mind when doing multiple Lifescripts back to back. This is why it is recommended to install a cookie cleaner extension into your web browser; it makes the process faster and easier. Vanilla cookie manager is most popular for chrome users.

Another consideration is the activity you spend on multiple rewards sites with similar walls. For example, let's say you spend Monday morning on a rewards site doing offers on their walls. Later that night, you play a game on your phone and decide to do some offers on the games provided walls to earn "extra turns" or "gold". If you come across the same offer on both of these versions of walls, it's possible that this cross over could prevent conversions. Meaning, the wall might know you already did the offer elsewhere.

Sometimes, offers just won't or don't convert on the first attempt. Users might browse other offers and later return to it for a retry. I did notice a poster in this thread mentioning the trial offers. He makes a good point because the trial offers, or offers you actually purchase, normally have a reliable conversion rate as opposed to the the lower paying free offers. Walls also give pretty good support with the paid offers.

It also helps to read the offer on the wall when clicking on it. Many users tend to overlook some of the fine print listed on the actual offer. Often times the offer will let you know specifically what is required to earn points. One offer might say, "points rewarded after users signs up for newsletter". Or another offer might say, "points rewarded when user clicks on 3 search results". Pay close attention to these disclosures on the offer, they often give their own little clues and tips.

It all just boils down to preferences in the end. Some users prefer offer walls, some prefer surveys. Some users prefer passive earning like watching videos. Many users like to combine many methods for combined rewards potential - while other users just don't have the time.

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I hate that some offers do not offer credit. That really makes me upset. If I still get spam from them, why can't I get my money? You know?
libretos121, I wish you luck on your offer wall journey, and I hope these tips afford some help to your offer wall success! Good luck!  8)
« Last Edit: January 14, 2017, 01:10:13 PM by GrindaBuck »

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Re: Offer Walls
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Re: Offer Walls
« Reply #26 on: May 13, 2017, 05:20:46 AM »
Recently I have been using a few offer walls on Grabpoints, only because I find that they do credit quickly and fairly.

I think the trick is to do several small ones rather than one that may take up too much time. Also be careful as sometimes you click and the advertised offer is different. In that case I wouldn't continue as it's unlikely you will be credited. Sometimes offer walls get links mixed up or there are broken links, so while you can report it, finishing a task that wasn't advertised will not gain credit in most cases as the offer wall gets no commission.

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