sprite1950 wrote: I am 65 years old but have legal custody of my 9 year old granddaughter. Some surveys ask if we are the parent of children of a certain age but if I put yes it looks like I am being dishonest as someone of my age is unlikely to have a young child. I am in effect her parent as I am bringing her up. Some surveys ask if we have children in the household of a certain age so I can answer that easily. What would you say to being a parent?
jjohnson777 wrote: It not a lie you could earn enough on this site (in USA) to pay for your coffee for entire year.
100 clicks a day on ptc (in USA could do 500 a day easily)
20 clixgrids a day
2 offers a day or 10 tasks a day (you could do much more) I made $5 yesterday on surveys at another site never had luck here waste few hours get disqualified on bulk. At that other site I usually get disqualified instant or in first minute. At this site it towards the end. I in 4-5 sites offer surveys find which like best stick to it. It easy in USA on offers usually few videos can watch. On tasks side every $50 worth do get $5 bonus one my downline does this few times a year.
visit forum daily
You can easily make $20-40 yearly just off checklist bonus.
My friend has full time job yet he manages earn $5 daily here and at a bux site. I could too but I only do the sites few hours daily while first waking up than late at night when trying to get tired enough to sleep I run my main income makers rest of day. This way instead of wasting hours on games or Netflix I making money can use to advertise. Both waste of time but one I use to productive means.
I might try this idea. free coffee for year, free donuts for year, free pizza for year, free chocolate for year, etc, etc. Get nice graphics made and advertise in non paid to sites. Key is explain how step by step.
Micshad wrote:valerie wrote:CatMonster wrote: Kind of depressing when you hear all those famous people that you grew up knowing as a kid are all slowly passing away in one way or another like Michael jackson, prince, david bowie, john candy, james Gandolfini and many others.
Yeah, kind of reminds me of a long line. Only when you get to the end,
you are not at a water fountain.
I can remember my grandparents always reading the obituaries in the news paper.
It seemed they knew everyone that had died. Their conversation would go something
like this : you know jessie fay died....jessie fay, you don't mean it.....yep, says funeral
is monday....who's officiating....rev dave.....is burial at golden pond.....yep...do you
remember when jessie rode that pet cow and fell off and broke a leg....yep...
Now I look at the obits.
When you get to a certain age, you DO know almost everybody that dies! It's horrible. There have been at least 15 of my classmates dying in the past couple years. i lost my best friend 5 years ago and another one just last year. I don't even want to read the obits in paper anymore!
blindsniper11 wrote: So wait, lying to people and expecting them to sign up via your referral code is a successful marketing strategy?
I never knew.
Might as well go one step further and tell people they can get a free coffee and put your phone # in a survey link.
businessbug wrote: i have been member many years.. and it was a norm before that upgrade members could cash out twice there was mondays and fridays.. and then there was once a week but it was always same day.. premium member use to have more perks.. it has changed while it goes up each year
CatMonster wrote: Kind of depressing when you hear all those famous people that you grew up knowing as a kid are all slowly passing away in one way or another like Michael jackson, prince, david bowie, john candy, james Gandolfini and many others.