We want to be more inclusive, which is why we introduced check requests for our publishers who don’t have PayPal accounts. And we want to help them avoid extra fees so we decided to let them keep the funds in their accounts to withdraw any time they want.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
FullTraffic, an ad network that provides targeted website traffic, today announced that it has updated its account interface and added several new features that would make managing funds easier and more convenient than before.
Publishers can now check their balance with a click of a button and withdraw funds as soon as they become available. Advertisers on the other hand are now able to add money to their accounts to use at a later time.
Flexible Cash Out Options
Publishers will no longer have to wait too long before they can withdraw funds. They can cash out via PayPal at any time, as long as their balance reaches a minimum of $20. They may also choose to withdraw their earnings by requesting a check, as long as their balance reaches a minimum of $50.
Publishers now have the option of keeping the funds in their account for future use. Thanks to the new account management features, publishers can save their earnings and use them to buy traffic or for other website advertising campaigns.
Prior to this update, publishers were automatically paid when their balance reached $50, and they previously didn’t have the option to keep their earnings in their account, thus resulting in multiple checks and in some cases, extra fees. This time though, since they now have to option to save their earnings, they can choose to withdraw their funds at a single time and avoid any fees the result from cashing multiple checks.
Previously, publishers who didn’t have a PayPal account had to use third-party services to take out their funds from FullTraffic. With the new account management features though, they can now withdraw their money using direct methods such as checks, thus getting rid of any middle men.
“It’s the publishers’ money, and they should have full control of it” said FullTraffic CEO Federico Einhorn. “We want to be more inclusive, which is why we introduced check requests for our publishers who don’t have PayPal accounts. And we want to help them avoid extra fees so we decided to let them keep the funds in their accounts to withdraw any time they want.”
Better Advertiser Services
FullTraffic’s new account features also make it easier for advertisers to manage their funds and campaigns. They can now add money to their accounts to spend on future campaigns, instead of having to use them on existing ones.
“With the new account management features, advertisers can be more flexible with how they spend their money” commented Einhorn.
A leading provider of website traffic for all kinds of businesses, FullTraffic offers various solutions that can help advertisers reach target customers, drive real visitors to their websites, and boost rankings. FullTraffic has an extremely wide reach as it runs its very own ad network comprised of over a million websites. Learn more at http://www.fulltraffic.net.