Official Website: https://www.adcrump.com/
This is our investigative report and findings on the hottest new rev share!
Ad Crump was just released on September 2nd and is quickly gaining speed and a large membership pool.
In the last few weeks, Ad Crump has gained 5000 new members and is growing fast!
So what do we think about Ad Crump? Will we be joining?
Keep reading our review to find out what we really think and whether Ad Crump is a scam or not.
It’s a little too early to officially make a declaration either pro or con.
However, the real question is whether Ad Crump has a long-term sustainable business plan or not.
Rev shares are not by nature scams. BUT they often do not last long term.
In the past few months, we have witnessed several rev shares close up shop, leaving their members without any earnings.
So why do rev shares seem to collapse so quickly?
There are many different factors that come into play that lead to the demise of a rev share.
1. Rev shares with bad economic financial plans FAIL.
**This includes rev shares that offer a ROI (return on investment) that is TOO high to maintain long term.
2. Rev shares that don’t sell enough new ad packs FAIL.
**This can be due to poor marketing or more.
The real reason most rev shares don’t last very long is because they fail to sell enough ad packs to generate enough revenue to pay the earnings.
This brings us to our next question.
Yes and no.
Revenue shares are able to generate revenue by paying out earnings when new members sign up and buy ad packs.
The sale of the newer ad packs pays for the earnings of the older members. This a cycle that goes on and on. This is the definition of a Ponzi scheme.
However, rev shares are not true investment plans.
Revenue shares force you to buy ad packs, which give you advertising space on their website.
This ad space is the “product” that you purchase, which also happens to give you a chance to earn money.
Because you are buying a tangible product, this is not a Ponzi scheme.
Just remember the golden rule.
Never invest more than you can afford to lose and your earnings are NOT guaranteed.
Most people that use rev shares aren’t even using the advertising packs. They are only buying them so they can earn money.
Ad Crump offers 3 different ad pack plans.
As you can see from the photo below, the plans are cheap and affordable and have relatively high levels of earnings.
One thing we don’t like about Ad Crump is that their ad plans expire rather quickly and they offer a higher than average ROI (return on investment).
This does not bode well for long-term sustainability.
However, since their ad packs are so cheap, they don’t earn as much per day as a $50 ad pack that other rev shares offer.
If you decide to join Ad Crump, you will only make money if you follow a set strategy.
The following strategy is best used for any rev share and will make your account grow as quickly as possible.
1. Buy as many ad packs as you can afford.
2. Reinvest 100% of your earnings into buying new ad packs. This will grow your account quickly and each day you will earn even more money.
3. After 2 months began withdrawing small amounts of money until you have taken your seed money out. Your seed money is the amount you first started with.
4. When you are making a minimum of $100 a day, you can start taking $100 out each week. Use the rest of your earnings to buy new ad packs.
If you follow these steps, you can make money with Ad Crump or any other rev share.
Remember that: There is NO guarantee you will actually earn anything. All rev shares are risks that you chose to make after educating yourself on the process.
There is one rev share that stands out above all others. You can read about My Paying Ads here.
We will not be using Ad Crump until it has been around at least 6-12 months. In the meantime, we urge you to sign up with My Paying Ads for a long-term program that has a long record of success.
We do not recommend joining Ad Crump at this time.
Stay tuned for updates, as we will be updating this post as new information becomes available.
We believe that this new rev share has not been around long enough to be trustworthy.