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« Reply #1590 on: February 09, 2006 01:51:02 PM »

I finally was able to post! Yay!  I was so happy I added a PIF.  Maybe my good deed will appease the internet gods!
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« Reply #1591 on: February 09, 2006 01:54:03 PM »

Ive got an odd question....

I make extra pocket money by doing those paid to surf/click websites.
I was thinking of making a word document to sell on etsy that would list everything you need to do to make this kind of money.

it would be step by step, with tips and tricks along with only the best sites that actually pay. Do you think anyone would be interested in something like this?

No shipping fees since I would email it to the person. How would I keep someone from duplicating it and selling it themselves? (ive never done anything like this before)

And do you think something like $5.00 would be a reasonable price to ask.
I have a site where you can make 9.00 instantly, so that would cover the price the person paid plus a few dollars extra.

comments/suggestions?
anything?
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« Reply #1592 on: February 09, 2006 02:06:36 PM »

since i think most of the traffic on etsy is other etsy-ians, i think it's definitely a market of people who like to make a couple extra bucks...

but i guess is would question the ethics of this, as i guess to me it raises some questions (read: i am not questioning YOUR ethics, of course, but the idea of selling ways to scam the web, i guess...)

my guess is that if any of the companies who make these payouts realize you're selling these hot tips, that might be an issue, and since my understanding is that these companies pay based on a number of clicks or what they hope are interested customers, would they be upset (um, for lack of a better word, since who cares if scuzzy faceless web-corps are upset?) that you're teaching people how to profit without giving them what they're paying for?

i could be waaaay off -  maybe i'm misunderstanding what you're intending to sell...
just thought i'd ask some questions...

that said, dude, i want to make free money!  who doesn't!  it'd be more $$ for yarn and fabric!  i did something similar to what it sounds like you're talking about my first yr in college and made an extra $100 one semester if i remember correctly.  it was sweet!
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ratfiend
« Reply #1593 on: February 09, 2006 02:07:24 PM »

Would work pretty well, I do alot of PTR's they do pay but its not something you want to do to try and make a living unless you have alot of refferals. http://www.gptboycott.com, is a good source as is http://www.beenpaid.com.


p.s. there are real company that pay, you do not make a lot of money but you do get paid. Pm if you need links
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« Reply #1594 on: February 09, 2006 03:57:24 PM »

Yippee! I have made my first sale!
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« Reply #1595 on: February 09, 2006 04:04:29 PM »

YAY congrats to you!
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« Reply #1596 on: February 09, 2006 04:16:00 PM »

Cool, I'm in...I'm paying it forward.  This is so fun.  I love Etsy.  It's almost as tight as the craftster community.
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« Reply #1597 on: February 09, 2006 04:27:58 PM »

since i think most of the traffic on etsy is other etsy-ians, i think it's definitely a market of people who like to make a couple extra bucks...

but i guess is would question the ethics of this, as i guess to me it raises some questions (read: i am not questioning YOUR ethics, of course, but the idea of selling ways to scam the web, i guess...)

my guess is that if any of the companies who make these payouts realize you're selling these hot tips, that might be an issue, and since my understanding is that these companies pay based on a number of clicks or what they hope are interested customers, would they be upset (um, for lack of a better word, since who cares if scuzzy faceless web-corps are upset?) that you're teaching people how to profit without giving them what they're paying for?

i could be waaaay off -  maybe i'm misunderstanding what you're intending to sell...
just thought i'd ask some questions...

that said, dude, i want to make free money!  who doesn't!  it'd be more $$ for yarn and fabric!  i did something similar to what it sounds like you're talking about my first yr in college and made an extra $100 one semester if i remember correctly.  it was sweet!


Well im my eyes, the tips were not to SCAM the companies, but rather for people who really dont understand how to use them, it would be tips to help people out. IE - waste youre time on this, and dont bother with this, and click these links, and not these, like a step by step to each program i list. that way you dont waste time trying to figure out how everything works. i know it was a pain when i first started all i kept saying was, what does compounding mean, and should i send out ads for $0.50 or should i play the bubble game..and so on.

*shurg*
maybe its not the right place for it.
But i always like to help.
especially if its about money, which we all want.
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« Reply #1598 on: February 09, 2006 04:28:53 PM »

I just made a trade!!!! (that's almost the same as a sale, right?)  I'm buying some cotton roving and the girl really likes one of my photographs, so we're trading.  She's sending me a bunch of dyed wool roving to make up for the $9.00 price difference, too! Cheesy
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« Reply #1599 on: February 09, 2006 05:12:13 PM »

I  am in the process of changing my last photo on my marble magnets. I think i like the new one better...it's a picture of my fridge w/ a bunch of marble magnets on it and it says: you can never have enough! ::shrugs:: no one ever looks at the last pic anyway, but i think i should have something there...I had/have a picture that i scanned in a while back that said: brighten up your fridge...i dunno i was tired of it. I want something *eye catching*
so that's what's going on in my shop today....
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