Did you know there are sites that pay you $$$ to digg articles?

@howhigh (758)
Canada
May 17, 2007 1:23am CST
I just found out about this site that pays $0.50 for a user to Digg an article from their account on Digg. They get the money to pay you because advertisers pay $1 for a Digg so they split it with you. On top of that they offer 20% commission from your referrals. They have a blog titled the Black Marketing Blog. And i think its pretty cool that they find humor in themselves.. sure they are undermining media but the media is already loaded in that you only here about certain things. The site isn't illegal because it isn't illegal to break Digg.com's TOS . You run the risk of being banned from digg, but the site claimes to have sophisticated algorithms and coding that makes it okay. Despite this my name on digg is not precious nor is the IP address of the apartment building I very well may move from. http://subvertandprofit.com/social/Howhigh. Thats my referral link if you're willing to take the risk join me! I think you can get about $3-$10 a week and it is a lot less time consuming than mylot!
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@toxic_f22 (166)
• United States
17 May 07
Hey , did you join the site under me ?? Cause I think that you joined the site from my posts....now aint that right ??? You must be a very bad person not to join under me ... ;-
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@howhigh (758)
• Canada
17 May 07
this depends on where you posted your ref link.. if it was here on mylot then sorry for duping your post.. and i didn't get the ref link here. If you go by pointy somewhere else there is a 50% chance i am under you.
@howhigh (758)
• Canada
17 May 07
Also... how are you doing there? make any money yet?
• United States
17 May 07
Well , I'am on 6$ right now ... still have to get thru to the payout ....am promoting the site over here...like you Hope you get lots of active refferals ;-
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@Faikon (15)
• United States
26 May 07
You folks are aware that this goes against the DIGG terms of agreement which you read when you signed up, no? The simple fact that it is in the TOS means that it is, indeed, illegal.
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• United States
9 Jun 07
read to the them the part that is being broken so they can understand it.
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@trinihd (996)
• United States
6 Aug 07
But if you get booted from Digg for not abiding by their terms of service, you won't make much money in the end. I am not surprised there are sites willing to pay for Diggs!
@howhigh (758)
• Canada
10 Aug 07
as an update.. this website hasn't really emailed me and i haven't really checked it out to see if its me whos stopping the whole earning process... so i wouldn't think twice about passing ths one up. its more of an interesting discussion about the state of news and marketing than a way to earn tha dollas
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@trinihd (996)
• United States
10 Aug 07
lol you're right. It is a very interesting commentary on the state of news and internet marketing!