OtUrl is a URL site where you can shorten your URL to earn money when people click on your links. This is a relatively new site that offers to pay you for every 1000 clicks, you receive on the shortened links. The site is free to join and it is opened worldwide. Furthermore, they make it easy to take any of your links and shorten them to use on your website, blog, on any social media account or even in an email. When a person clicks on the link, they will be redirected to the OTUL site to view a full page ad. The person must view the ad for 9 seconds before a skip button appears. When you skip the ad, you’ll be directed to the intended website. Each time the ad pages open you’ll earn credit for the person clicking on your shortened link.
How To Join:
- This is an international site and anyone can join.
- Just click on the Sign-Up link at the top of the page.
- Fill in your username, email address, and password.
- Once your account has been created, an email will arrive in your inbox to confirm your email address.
- After confirming your email address decide on which links you’d like to shorten.
- Enter the link in the bar and press next, You can now copy and paste your shortened link to a social media account, use it in your signature, on your website, or share it in an email.
How To Earn Money:
- For each unique visitor that clicks on your shortened link, you’ll receive 1 credit.
- The more traffic you can send to the site, the higher your earning will be.
- High-quality traffic will earn you a higher rate than lower quality traffic.
- You’ll earn up to $20 for every 1000 clicks on the links you’ve shortened. The amount you earn range from $4 up to $20. This depends on which country has clicked on your links.
- The stats on the site are updated every 15 to 30 minutes. This can take a bit of time to see your earnings in your account.
- The site has a referral program you can join. Each time a person signs up under your referral link, you’ll earn 20% of their earnings. This is good for the life of the account. You will find your referral link and banner ads that you can use on your website or blog to invite people to join the site under your referral link.
What You Need To Know:
- It is forbidden to click on your own links to generate money in your account. You are only allowed to click on the dwindled link to test the link to make sure it is working. If you are caught clicking on your own links to generate money, your account will be banned.
- You cannot ask people to click on your links or even offer them an incentive to click on your link. If you are caught offering incentives or asking people to click on your links, your account will be banned.
- You can not put your shortened links in a pop-up frame or window. A person must want to click on your link and not be forced to click on it.
- The site doesn’t have any restrictions if more than one person signs up using the same computer. However, you cannot refer this person to the site and earn a referral commission.
How Much Does The Site Pay For 1000 Clicks?
|United Arab Emirates||$8.90||$8.90|
|The Syrian Arab Republic||$6.50||$6.50|
|United States Minor Outlying Islands||$4||$4.70|
|World Wide Deals all other countries||$4||$4|
How Are You Paid
- The company pays through PayPal, Payeener, Perfect Money6, faucethub.io – bitcoin, and Skrill.
- You need as little as $1 in your account to request payment through PayPal Payeer, Perfect Money, and Skrill.
- If you want to be paid by Bitcoin, you’ll need $5 in your account.
- It can take up to 6 days to verify your traffic and send your payment.
This is a legitimate site if you want to earn a passive income using shortened links. I personally wouldn’t recommend using the shortened links on your website. This will really hurt your ranking and your visitors don’t exactly like this. However, if you want to use the short links on social media sites this should be fine. You won’t earn an extreme amount of money using a link shortening site, but you can earn a passive income each month. This will all depend on which links you shorten and if people are interested in clicking on these links. I do believe that FB is starting to restrict people from using them on their account. You’d need to check this out before you try posting them on some of your FB posts. The rules of FB are changing and people are having issues for so many different reasons right now.