HYIP monitoring in simple words


What is hype monitoring

The popularity of the HYIP-projects market, coupled with the need for investors to invest in promising HYIPs as early as possible, has led to a sharp increase in the number of portals involved in monitoring them.

It would seem that everything is fine – investors no longer need to dig open the Internet – all the information has already been collected, sorted and served “on a silver platter”. But, alas, there are much more “pitfalls” in hype monitoring than we would like. So let’s get it right.

What is hype monitoring?
By and large, this is an advertising platform for HYIP projects. True, she still monitors the performance of advertised hypes. Typical hype monitoring provides its audience with the following information about each project:

  • Does the project pay
  • Payout amount
  • Terms of tariff plans
  • Bonuses Provided
  • Presence / absence of problems
  • Signs of scam

Plus, various ratings, site design ratings, expert opinions and other additional information are often added. All information is usually presented concisely, often in lists and tables. Moreover, the monitoring is objective and impartial. In theory.

HYIP monitoring allows you to quickly evaluate and compare among themselves a large number of sites – the investor does not need to read through, most of the important information is striking even when you glance at the page. Sometimes a summary table of projects posted on the site is made, which further simplifies the life of the user.

Hype monitoring: what is the problem

Most of the disadvantages of HYIP monitoring are related to how they earn.

The main sources of income:

  • Placement of advertising banners
  • Payment by site placement on site
  • Payments for each client attracted by referral link
  • Paid Ratings
  • Earnings directly on HYIPs.

Part of these ways of making money is not bad in itself – in the end, advertising works the same way – the site sells its audience. But, nevertheless, each of them brings its own problems.

Let’s analyze the details:

  • There is not much harm from banners. Unless with their excess, the site turns into a vyviglaznoy unreadable something.
  • Payment for posting on the site is also quite normal practice. True, this means that the monitoring is interested in attracting the greatest possible number of projects. So large, promising, honest projects with a full set of documents and well-known creators will be placed on the same rights as scam stuck together on their knees.
  • For the same reason, the information provided by the HYIPs themselves is often not checked – “it will do,” the main thing is to post it soon.
  • In addition, since updating information also does not bring profit – the monitoring is full of outdated and irrelevant data.
  • Earning in referrals also has its pitfalls – monitoring does not care if you earn. The main thing is to get your penny for a given client. So you will not be told about all the “pitfalls” of the project.
  • Ratings, ratings and “expert opinions” also often speak first of all about how much hype admins “brought”, and not about an objective assessment.
  • Well, the most “slippery” moment – often payment for the placement of hype on the site is divided into two parts – one goes directly to the monitoring administration, the other is invested in the project, and monitoring receives its interest. Usually this is justified by the fact that ‘you need to check whether the project pays.’ But in fact, this means that monitoring is interested in attracting as much money as possible to the project.
  • Earnings of users is not important – monitoring, in any case, “will be a plus,” not a penny has been invested.

In the opposite direction, all of the above also works – if the hype organizers could not agree or openly conflict with the monitoring administration, then he can easily become guilty of all sins at once. Even if everything is in order with the project.

Does this mean that all hype controls are corrupt? Not. Many portals quietly make money simply by advertising and “admission fees”, without stooping to the most slippery schemes. But at the same time – you can never be sure of the complete honesty of monitoring

 The conclusion suggests itself: HYIP monitoring is primarily a tool for express assessment of the market situation. With their help, it is convenient to find new projects, but you should not decide on an investment based on the data of any one monitoring.

In addition, a good solution is to look at several monitoring at once and compare them with each other. For example, if one portal is enthusiastic about the project, while others actively criticize it, this is a very loud “alarm signal”.

The ideal solution would be to use the controls for the “primary search”, and then read the detailed information about specific projects on the hype blogs. And now, based on your own analysis and information from blogs, you can make a decision about investing.

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