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Neobux Recycling Strategy

 N eoBux recycling strategy tells us that there are generally 4 groups of bad clickers. There may be others that are exceptions, but they are not important. Now, let us see which four groups of bad cllickers are there that you need to be aware of and taking care of.

  1. Referrals who always click 2 ads or less.
  2. Referrals who click their ads only once in a while.
  3. Referrals who click many ads, have a great average, last around 30 days, and then die off slowly – normally they have a slowly decreasing average of 1.1 to 1.6
  4. Users who seem to bypass the 14-day free recycle mark by clicking on the 12th or 13th day – these are the most annoying ones.

Let’s pretend that you follow a strategy that tells you to recycle referrals who have an average of under (1.0) . You do so and your average goes up. Here’s what it’ll look like:

Neobux Recycling Strategy table of examples

You’ll have taken care of 1 group of referrals (those who click every once in a while). Good for you. However, your clicks WILL drop even if you continue to use that strategy. Why is that? This is why:

This is why you need to recycle table

After around one week of using the NeoBux recycling strategy, that group of referrals will almost be abolished; however, the others increase in numbers. This is why your clicks fall; while you’re paying attention to some of your bad clickers, the others sneak up on you, and make up a large percentage of your total bad clickers. Your average decreases once more, leading you to find another strategy. How about plain old bad clicks (or group #1)? You look at your graphs and find many, many of them. Your eyes brighten, and you concentrate on them, recycling as many as you can. Your average skyrockets again, making you happy once more. A week later, they drop again. Here’s why:

NeoBux referral groups table

Look at group #2, they rose again. You took your attention off of them, and now, they’ve come back to haunt you. It sucks, right? So you find another strategy, continuing to ride the exact same rollercoaster over and over again, all while wasting time and money.

So why am I telling you this?

Because I have a solution. A solution that takes some time, but pays off (NeoBux recycling strategy). Each of the 4 groups mentioned above are traceable. They can be monitored. Most of you reading this probably think “I don’t feel like getting this all straightened out”. It’s not a problem, I’ve done that for you. I’ve divided this process into simple steps. Follow them every day and you’ll surely be on your way to a high average – or at least, better than before.

NeoBux Recycling Strategy

Step 1:

Do this step whenever you feel like it.

  1.  Make an amount to spend daily according to your referrals. If you have 500 referrals, spend $0.60 on recycling.
  2.  If you have 2500 referrals, spend $2.00 on recycling.
  3.  If you want to spend less, spend less. If you want to spend more, spend more, depending on your budget.

Step 2:

Do this step once a week, optional.

  1. Sort the referrals by their number. The system will actually by sorting them by their usernames, which are hidden, giving you a random list of referrals.
  2. Take 10% o your referrals (example: you have 1000 referrals, take 100), preferably the first ones you see and analyze them. Write down the number of referrals on a piece of paper, which are:

    -Good, no need for recycling
    -Graph checked, is clicking low clicks (group #1)
    -Graph checked, is not clicking enough days for your standards (group #2)
    -Graph checked, was a good referral (judging by his average, normally 1.1 to 1.7), but is dying off (group #3)
    -Graph checked, did not click for a long time, but was not auto recycled by the system (group #4) 

  3. Grab a calculator and divide the number of referrals in each group by the total number you counted.

This will give you a number similar to 0.XXX…this is a percentage.


  • Of the 10% of my 1000 referrals, 15 were in group 1.15 / 100 = 0.15, or 15% of my referrals
  • Once finished, you have an approximation of the bad referrals, and which groups they are in.Use this information to separate which portion of your spending limit (step 1) you will use for each group.


  • Your referrals change very fast. This is why I recommend you do this step every week at least. Then you’ll have an updated approximation.
  • Do not use the referral # to sort more than twice in a row. Members you have not recycled the first week will be in the exact same slot the next week,giving you an inaccurate list. Sort them by 2 or 3 the next week, in order to get a change of referrals.

Step 3: 

Group 1. Referrals who always click 2 ads or less

Go to your rented referrals list and sort them by their average, lowest first. Check their graphs and recycle them if they click 1 or 2 ads per day. Follow your percentages made on Step 2 to base you’re your spending. This is group #1.


Neobux Recycling Strategy example one


  • Do not get carried away, even if you find a lot more referrals than you expected. Stick to your limit.
  • Take your time, and find the worst of the worst. Being at the top of the list does not necessarily make them the worst NOW.

Step 4:

Group 2. Referrals who click their ads only once in a while

There are 2 ways to do this step

  • Sort by next payment (lowest first)
  • Sort by average (lowest first)

Search through the graphs and check who does not click very much. Four ads every 4 days is an average of 1, thus not good. This is group #2.



Neobux Recycling Strategy example two


  • Don’t get carried away, stay by your limit in Step 1 / 2.
  • Take your time. Find the worst referrals.
  • Don’t recycle referrals who have not clicked for an extensive period of time (like days or more), and clicked recently. They will be taken care of in the 6th step.

Step 5:

Group 3. Referrals who click many ads, get a great average, last around 30 days, and then die off slowly (normally they have a slowly decreasing average of 1.1 to 1.6) Sort the referrals by average, and go to those over 1.1. Check each graphs, regardless of their clicks, regardless of their time with you (except if they are a few days old), and recycle those who are bad clickers. People normally associate bad clickers with bad averages, which is not the case. Take your time here.


Neobux Recycling Strategy example three


  • Don’t get carried away, stay by your limit in Step 1 / 2.
  • Take your time. Find the worst referrals.
  • Chances are you’ll have many of these referrals at first. This is why I want you to recycle them

LAST (excluding group 4), in order to avoid confusion with group 1 and 2.

Step 6:

Group 4. Users who seem to bypass the 14-day free recycle mark by clicking on the 13th or 14th day (the most annoying ones)

There are 2 scenarios here.
Golden and Standards have auto recycle set at 14 days.
Golden packs have auto recycle set from 7 to 12 days, depending on the pack.

  • If you belong on the second, you can skip this step completely and distribute the funds to the other groups, or replace it with another group of bad clickers you might think of.
  • Sort your referrals by last click, today’s clicks first.
  • Check the graphs of everyone. Each one who has skipped 9 days or more without clicking, until today, recycle them. They made you lose money, and will make you lose more if you don’t recycle them.


 Neobux Recycling Strategy example four


  • Don’t get carried away, stay by your limit in Step 1 / 2.
  • If you can’t find any referrals to recycle for today, look under yesterday’s clickers. Chances are you simply missed a few, make an effort.

Final thoughts:

  • Step 2 is not necessary, however, it is highly recommended for people keep track of their profit, or just plain don’t want to get too carried away.
  • High averages do not equal profit.
  • To get a high average, you need to spend more. You’ll be better off spending $1 per day for a 0.9 average than you would be spending $1.50 for a 1 average.

What are you waiting for? My referrals are busy clicking and earning money for me while I am working, jogging or sleeping. If you don’t feel comfortable putting money in first, then work your way up from the free standard membership until you earn enough to upgrade. Remember, the more time you spend on account management, the more you earn.

Neobux Recycling Strategy Separator

Author: Darko Novak

Founder and chief editor of, He's a Blogger, WordPress / Web developer, System administrator and an online marketing fanatic. He's also (and more importantly) the father to a sons called Noel and the husband of a lovely wife called Dunja.

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