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hi again

today by browsing i found this blog with a kind of "pyramid system"
it does sound promising but i am still not quite sure, what do you think about it? i'd like to try it but don't like to send such kind of "spam" to friends, but if we here, you me and all others who read this community worked together, we could try it out?


what do you think?
Hm, okay well I checked out the site that you linked. First I looked at the blog you linked, and then that Resource-a-day site that you actually have to sign up for. At that site you only get 40 cents for every person you get to sign up, and you need to accumulate $50 to check-out and request a check, meaning that you would have to sign up 125 people just to receive your money.

That's if you were to just do the website normally. Instead, let's say you decide to work at it the way the blog is suggesting - a pyramid-style system. It's difficult enough to get people to sign up as it is, but then you would have to convince them to carry on the pyramid and get even more people to sign up.

I mean, it's possible to make money at this site, but you'd be putting effort into something that may or may not pay off. To make as much money as that blog claims you can, you would need to have over 500,000 people sign up in your pyramid, and that would probably be difficult to attain.

I'd say that if you'd like to make money on this website, it would be better to just sign up on your own and try to get refferals without the help of the pyramid. A lot of people think that pyramid-systems are schemes, and you'd probably get more people to sign up in the long run. Whatever you choose, good luck! I'll sign under you, if you do decide to do this.

[By the way, sorry for the total essay I wrote for this comment. It's late here, and I'm in a rambling mood. :)]
hey, you're right with this. the more i was thinking about it yesterday, the more i thought it wouldn't be possible, because i wouldn't even know of 3 people that i could maybe convince, and as you said, i also thought of that it really has to be a working pyramid with everyone getting atleast 3 people to sign up, and everyone would have to do it. you can't control that even 1 level down, and so it's almost bound to fail.

thanks for having such a clear mind and checking it out, it was a big help!
it's really a thing not to forget when looking at sites that pay, to keep the mind clear when looking at it!

ok, i was going to sign up at the resource-a-day site, but when getting to the confirming of the account, one has to enter the full name and address, and i don't like to give them my address. (whenever this happens, i pull back, cause i don't feel comfortable giving out my address)
so there ;)
but thanks for the offer!

and no worries, i'm totally an essay writer too, as you see, so we equal each other out.