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General Discussion / Re: Internet Searchers Needed for Part-Time Work
« Last post by Jason76 on Today at 03:24:26 PM »
This job seems swell and all.  Nonetheless, it's just catering to a spam tactic.  Note, searchers are needed probably to boost internet rankings of target websites.  However, I'm sure the search engines will eventually crack down on this practice.  Anyway, in the meantime, I suppose it's a way to make money.  What do you guys/gals think?  :)
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New Survey Panels / Re: 13 New Survey Sites for 2017
« Last post by Kgord on Today at 03:19:39 PM »
Thanks for posting these most of them are not new however, and have been around for years. Quick Thoughts is pretty awesome, the others are typical survey sites to the best of my knowledge. I did not know about the TV panel one though, I might check that out..since I do seem to watch a lot of TV!
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General Discussion / Re: Blogs vs Forums
« Last post by Jason76 on Today at 03:19:29 PM »
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I've been considering adding a forum to my blog, and I have a small Facebook group, and I find people still prefer to access articles and read them on Facebook rather than the link to the blog.

If you look at the habits of people, many prefer not to register and to read and comment quickly. I recently had an article which was controversial and people wanted to comment but couldn't be bothered to fill out their name and email, and a captcha. It makes you think how many will bother logging into a forum each time? It would be better for me to promote brands though, so I haven't discounted the idea completely.

One brand offers a more in-your-face forum setup that possibly keeps viewers more engaged - but it isn't cheap.   I won't mention it because I don't want to spam, though.  Anyway,  I don't know if there are other brands with the same style or if the particular company has a copyright over it.
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Smartphone Apps / Anyone Know About "1Q?"
« Last post by kittykat on Today at 01:54:15 PM »
I have received two different newsletters and read one blog about online work within the last few days, and each of them mentioned an app called 1Q.  (That's a number one, not an I.)   In a nutshell, it's supposed to be short quiz questions, and it pays directly to PayPal each time you do one.   I think you can choose either 25 cents each (you'll get more that way) or 50 cents.   Anyone familiar with this?

Here's my issue with it before I decide to give it a try...  it sounds too good.  Why would they feed my PayPal a quarter or 50 cents each and every time I answer a few questions?  Why wouldn't I have an account and just cash out after $5 or $10 like everywhere else?  Don't they pay fees?   How can answering a couple of questions be worth that?   I'm not sure I'd trust my PayPal to be safe.

Well anyhow, I'd love to hear if anyone here knows about it, or knows that it's legit and safe and not a way to gather paypal and identity info from users.

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I think Craigslist is designed more for a casual job seeker. I don't think I have ever found a job on there, and I have checked it for work many times. I wouldn't totally rule it out, but I don't think it should be depended on to be a source for jobs. It is just a tool and a resource not necessarily a great place to find a job.

I agree when it comes to a traditional job... like putting in the application, relocation if you get the job, etc..  because you are competing with so many others for the same one or two positions.

On the other side, however, I've been watching Craigslist rather closely for the two weeks since I originally posted this question and when it comes to "little things" that don't involve a traditional 9 to 5 salaried job, I have been pretty amazed at the number of opportunities that come through there.

My original problem still remains, though... it won't save anything but New York City for me. I want to look countrywide!  Maybe my perfect gig is in Omaha and I'd never know it.   :(
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Testing Websites / Re: Consumer Opinion Institute
« Last post by Kgord on Today at 12:18:04 PM »
I have not heard of this before. My guess is that it was some kind of time limited thing through Neilsen or some other project that they were seeking participants for and are no longer doing so. I hope you can register and do this if you want to be able to do so. I will google it and see what I can come up with.
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Sites for Extra Cash / Re: Use this site to earn cash daily
« Last post by Kgord on Today at 10:13:07 AM »
I have Prizerebel on my Kindle, but unfortunately some of the features don't work right on the device. I think that I could do better if I installed it on my computer, but I am pretty happy with Swagbucks at this point, that is the GPT that I do most of the time. It is easy to use, lots of ways to earn, and the customer support is helpful.
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Sites for Extra Cash / Re: Make Extra cash from home
« Last post by Kgord on Today at 10:05:15 AM »
I notice this person hasn't been back to fill in the details, I am going to follow the old adage, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. Unfortunately, as we all know the internet is full of these false claims, and promises. I am gonna pass on this one.
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General Discussion / Re: Blogs vs Forums
« Last post by Alex on Today at 08:23:45 AM »
I've been considering adding a forum to my blog, and I have a small Facebook group, and I find people still prefer to access articles and read them on Facebook rather than the link to the blog.

If you look at the habits of people, many prefer not to register and to read and comment quickly. I recently had an article which was controversial and people wanted to comment but couldn't be bothered to fill out their name and email, and a captcha. It makes you think how many will bother logging into a forum each time? It would be better for me to promote brands though, so I haven't discounted the idea completely.
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General Discussion / Make up to $500 a week meeting new people
« Last post by mommytest on Today at 07:00:19 AM »
Make up to $500 a week meeting new people


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