Swagbucks Review – My Personal Results

Swagbucks Review – My Personal Results

I joined Swagbucks in the end of October 2014 and shared my first impressions in this Swagbucks Review blog post. During the months of November and December I was relatively active on that platform. If you’re asking your self: “is Swagbucks legit?” the answer is yes. Can you make a lot of money with it? The answer is… no. I say I was relatively active with Swagbucks because I would spend an average of less than 5 minutes per day on it. This translates to about 1-2 hours per month. All this effort brought in about $35 of earnings. So a total of 3 hours for $35 which can be interpreted as $12 per hour, not too horrible. Some would say that I should have invested more time which would result in more money but that’s not really the case and I will explain why.   How to make money with Swagbucks. I work from home so my computer is always on. When I take a break from working (or find myself wasting time on Youtube or Reddit) I would often visit the Swagbucks page and complete some of their tasks.   Daily tasks. Task one: use of Swagbucks button for 1SB reward. You can install a Swagbucks button in the top of your browser and simply clicking on it once a day will earn you that 1 swag buck. This takes a second. However, you can complete this task only once per day. Task two: Daily Poll. Once a day Swagbucks will ask you a simple question, when you answer it you get 1 Swag Buck. This task...
Divi Review – World’s Best WordPress Theme

Divi Review – World’s Best WordPress Theme

Thousands of people are constantly searching for the best theme to use on their WordPress based website. If you spend any considerable amount of time on that research you would always come across 2-3 options. There are millions of WordPress themes, free and paid but only a few make it to the top and deserve the title of “World’s Best WordPress Theme”. “Divi” by Elegant Themes is one of these options.   At some point I had my blog hacked and the hacker exploited the free theme I was using. I can’t go into details since I am not a programmer or a hacker so I don’t know how exactly it was done, however I found at that the theme I was using was at fault. This is when I decided to stick with Premium (paid) WordPress themes since they usually offer a lot more security. The natural way to go was with Elegant Themes (ET). I chose them mostly because all their themes looked great, I had access to about 80 themes the price was low (get 20% discount here) and their support seemed pretty good. I used different ET themes on my blogs and in December of 2013 a revolution happened. ET introduced their all new Divi theme. I was blown away by it and in early 2014 switched one of my blogs to Divi. Later that year Divi 2.0 came out and I made the decision to switch most of my websites to Divi. So this is more of a Divi 2.0 review. Divi Theme – Best Theme Yet! So what’s so special about Divi? Divi...
Wake Up Now Review – WakeUpNow or FakeUpNow

Wake Up Now Review – WakeUpNow or FakeUpNow

WakeUpNow is an MLM based business (multi-level-marketing) that’s been making a lot of noise in 2013-2014. Just like most other pyramid schemes and bogus business opportunity scams, WakeUpNow is great at hyping up its promises to “make everyone rich”. Since I am quite active in the online business world I’ve came across people promoting WUN (aka #WUNLIFE) on several occasions and I always giggled about it. “People can’t be really joining this scheme, can they”? It appears that people do in fact join in, hoping to make some easy cash.   I’ve decided to finally write this post because it seems like it’s finally the end of WUN. Eric Turner aka Seemore Green (lol), WUN’s top earner has officially resigned from WUN on February 9th 2015. The same day, WakeUpNow’s top executive Logan Shippy has posted a video on Youtube, claiming that he is leaving the #WUNLIFE as well. “I’m not going down with the ship, I’m gonna hop on the life boat” – says Shippy. It appears that many of WUN IBOs (Independent Business Owners) haven’t been paid since August-September 2014. The whole WakeUpNow scheme is falling apart and rumors say they have declared bankruptcy although I haven’t seen the official confirmation.   What is WakeUpNow? WakeUpNow is an MLM scheme that “sells” access to discounts. Companies like WUN wouldn’t sell anything at all and simply run a pyramid scheme to make money out of unsuspecting recruits, however it’s illegal in the USA, Canada and many other countries. This is why MLM companies need to come up with some sort of front-end product to appear as a legit...
My Adventures of Switching Web Hosts

My Adventures of Switching Web Hosts

In June of this year I’ve written a blog post about leaving hostgator, after using them for almost 7 years. In November I’ve finally made the move to another hosting company. The back story. I have used Hostgator since 2007. Besides using them I have also actively promoted their services as an affiliate. As you can read pretty much all over this blog I only promote products and services that I personally use and enjoy. Hostgator is one of the most known hosting providers on the planet and I’ve been very happy with them until 2013 or so. I’ve started seeing more and more down time and sometimes my sites would go down for 4-6-12 hours at a time which is simply unacceptable. I also started having other technical issues with my sites and unlike before, HG technical support had become very slow and totally useless. It felt like most of their reps had no clue what they were doing, neither did they care. After doing some research I’ve found out that Hostgator was bought out by Endurance International Group (EIG) in 2012 for about $225 Million. It appears that EIG has been actively buying out every hosting provider that was making some kind of impact on the market. EIG now owns over 60 hosting companies. However, EIG’s got a pretty bad reputation for one simple reason. Unlike small hosts who care about the customer and do everything possible to satisfy a client, EIG does not seem to care for customers at all, their main goal is less expenses and more profit. I get it, they are a corporation...
Traffic With Anthony Review – Old Scam

Traffic With Anthony Review – Old Scam

Traffic With Anthony launched about a year ago (2013) and although I’ve heard about it a few times I’ve never really took the time to look into it. The system promises lots of free traffic to struggling internet marketers. Anthony got one thing right: traffic is very important in online marketing. However, his “way” of getting traffic might be not the most effective or even not exactly legal. The sales videos is actually well put together and gives a lot of hope, especially to new online marketers. Anthony brags about being featured in magazines and being interviewed on TV. This “celebrity” or “guru” status does sound intriguing and most people will see Anthony as an honest businessman who wants to help his customers. What’s the real story though?   What Is Traffic With Anthony Once you spend the $67 fee in order to get the magic system you’d get access to Traffic With Anthony step-by-step training. The training is detailed, however it mostly teaches you how to use the Auto Traffic Accelerator software (the secret software that Anthony talks about in his video). This software is supposed to do several things. It’s supposed to find viral videos on YouTube (based on your keyword phrase) and then send messages to the owners of these videos. The message will ask the owner to put YOUR affiliate link in the description of the viral video (you will be offering a small fee for that). Auto Traffic Accelerator will also find videos that have a potential of going viral. You set the views count (ex: 10,000) and you set-up the next level views...

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