I started about a week ago creating a new Facebook, luckily my current number was not associated with my current account so I was able to create a new one with my new number. Anyways, I started trying to my a modeling/photography page first, and making money through banner advertisement and pop-ups; and I failed miserably. Adsense denied me saying my website was incomplete, I tried two different domains (weebly, and byethost) and neither one of them could get accepted through Adsense. But I had already had bad experience with them withdrawing 350$ from me once anyways, so it wasn't the end of the world. So I ended up going with clicksor, and I did make something but nothing I would consider an achievement by any means: So by this point my Facebook is maxed out with my 5k friends (took about 3-5 days from creation) and I thought ppd would be a whole lot more acceptable for 5k traffic. So I created a a CleanFiles account (which I'm not happy with, but still some mild success), and used my Facebook profile to point them using a method that made them pretty eager to finish the surveys. This is my first day actually monetizing the content, and I made something decent. If I could up the EPC, and created another several Facebook accounts it could definitely be sustainable, and scale-able. But it seemed a majority of the offers aren't able to be completed, and alot of people complained to me that they did attempt to complete them. I pulled the data from CleanFiles, and found only three offers were actually being completed, and the rest were not. Here's a picture of my first day earnings: Which isn't bad, but with the amount of people who clicked through it, and really wanted to complete the survey I feel like I should have made more. The advertiser still got their money, but the people didn't get the download, and because they didn't get the download they got mad at me. So it took a whole lot of monitoring on Facebook to keep people from calling me a scammer and what-not. I cleaned up the offers to have the only three that people actually completed up top, but I really wish there was a way I could actually remove the others (which look a whole lot more appealing) so that my EPC would rise. If anyone has some advice it would be highly appreciated, I will be posting my progress here as I attempt to scale this to around 150$/week, and less then 10 hours a week in implementation, although I know the actual creation of these things will take quite a bit more.