Online advertising frequently involves both a publisher, who integrates advertisements into its online content, and an advertiser, who provides the advertisements to be displayed on the publisher’s content.
Pay per View (PPV) networks pay legitimate publishers to add what looks like a standard ad tag to their sites. When users go to the publisher’s site, the tag triggers other publisher sites to display in a way that’s invisible to users — typically via pop-unders
Below you can find a interesting (and bit nerdy) technique for PPV
HitLeap is an automatised system for pushing some traffic to your website. It is useful for Alexa ranking and it does not require manual interactions. This makes it less human-intensive and somehow attractive.
Here is link to the service:
HitLeap is still a traffic exchange service so first you have to earn minutes, that you can spend to put your link into the public awareness for a certain number of hits. Once you’ve gained that traffic, you’ve spent your minutes, and you must accrue more in order to earn more traffic
In other words it hooks up people who want to promote their sites with other people who also want to promote their sites. The idea is a mutual exchange of viewers; you show me yours I’ll show you mine, in a website sense.
Sometimes is used in conjunction with add.ly for shortening the URL or 4PTP for promotion of ads