If there is a site on the Internet that claims it can make you some money, and it’s free to join I reckon it’s safe to say that I’ll will give it a try. I must admit though that I approach all these sites with a fair bit of skepticism, after all, if it sounds too good to be true it’s probably is right? Anyway, I figure if it’s free to try I’ll give it a shot.
This particular site is called SnapDollarsand they reckon they can make me tons of money. Well, that remains to be seen. They reckon that they will pay me five bucks just for joining and I can vouch that the money is sitting there in my account, but I can’t get to it until I reach the magical $40 limit
They will also pay me five bucks for every person that signs on under me, and so if you click on the above link, and join, I will be $5 richer. Once a member you will get your own link to post on your blog or website so that you can also earn $5 for every sign-up. If you don’t have a blog then I’m sure you have some friends who could do with the extra cash. Of course the sooner I can reach $40 the sooner I can post as to whether or not they actually pay out.
They will also pay members to read email advertisements, complete offers and surveys, to try free stuff, play games, shop online and more! Apparently you can earn unlimited extra cash and request a payout at any time. So, help me to check the legitimacy of SnapDollars.
I’ve been blogging for several years now and I thought it might be interesting to see exactly how many posts I managed to come up with in that amount of time. I’ll start with the oldest blog and finish with the newest.
Well Blog Me: The first post was dated 16th April 2005 and to date has 1429 posts with 749 comments.
Blogsire: This was my first serious blog, and the first post is dated 16th Nov 2006. The tag line ‘Blogging The Money Way’ was actually no. 1 on Google for ages but now sits at no. 2. It has 871 posts and 1,103 comments
SbizzTech: I started this blog to try and get the business and technology tasks offered by the paid to post sites. I started it April 12th 2007 and it has 106 posts and, strangely enough 106 comments.
Load Of Bullshit: First post on this blog was on 24th Jan. 2008. This site is about exposing all the BS around the globe and gets quite a bit of traffic. It’s got 180 posts and 905 comments. One of my favorites, I’m only sorry I don’t have the time to update it as often as I should
Scenic Adelaide: My first photo blog was born on 28th of Jan 2008. Even though it’s only got 69 posts it has 309 comments.
Photos 2 Blog: The first post on my second photo blog took place on 25th June 2008. While Scenic Adelaide has photos of Adelaide and surrounding districts, I use this one to post any photos that I find interesting. It has 30 posts and 130 comments
Wassup Blog: Well, what can I say about this blog. It has to be my favorite. The first post was on Aug. 1st 2008, and although it’s not quite a year old it boasts 148 posts and 3,997 comments.
Top Software Online: My newest blog has only 2 posts and no comments to date. I’ll be using this blog to test some of the software that’s for sale on my online Top Software store. First post dated June 5th 2009.
So, in total I have posted 2835 articles that have amassed 7299 comments. As you can see the bulk of these comments are on this blog, and I attribute that to several factors.
Using this blog’s link when commenting on other blogs
This naturally does not include the hundreds of comments that I have deleted because people have not been following the Comment Policy. If nothing else this should highlight the importance of a good commenting regime, not only in answering those who comment on your blog but returning the favor by leaving a comment on their blog.
I’ve been meaning to do a video on how easy it is to use the FlexSqueeze options page but I haven’t been able to do so as I couldn’t find the right software. A while back because of a post I read on Kim’s blog about Jing, I decided to give it a go, but as you can see from the comment I left on her blog it fell far short of my expectations. The main problem being that it seemed to be a bit of a memory hog and slowed everything down so much it was impossible to use.
The other day it dawned on me that I should have a look at my Top Software Online site to see if I had anything there that I can use. Low and behold what did I find but a version of Total Screen Recorder Gold! As you can see from the quality of the following video it worked extremely well, so much so that I reckon it’s another tool that I’ll add to my blogging arsenal.
Edit: FlexSqueeze has just received an update which makes it even easier and more versatile. I’ve written a post about it which you can readhere
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