Cha Cha again....

@sunshine4 (8710)
United States
March 17, 2007 12:08pm CST
I have signed up for Cha Cha finally. I have to read throught the manual they emailed me. It looks complicated. Any Cha Cha's out there that can tell me if you thought it was complicated at first, or will I understand it when I get the chance to read the email.
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@TriciaW (2442)
• United States
19 Mar 07
I find using ChaCha to be very easy and a lot of fun. Just read the knowledge base. Watch the videos. Do a couple of practice ones and then jump right into training. I can tell you I have done work at home jobs for over a year now and this is the best paying for me. I do it when I am doing other things online like mylot, doing my own searches, reading my email and when my kids are home because my other job at home requires no back ground noise. I have done very well and yes I have been paid. I have friends working it and they love it too. I am glad to have you as a guide!! Good luck!!!
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@sunshine4 (8710)
• United States
19 Mar 07
It is always good to hear positive feedback from something I have decided to do. I am definitely going to get started today with Cha Cha. I think I have to have the kids napping so I can concentrate on what I have to learn.
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• United States
17 Mar 07
I filled out something for cha cha a long time ago and I never heard anything back from them. Do you know if they are just choosing people from certain areas or do they have a list or something? It sounded like kind of a neat program but maybe I need to try signing up again.
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• United States
18 Mar 07
In answer to your question. You have to get an invite from a ChaCha guide to participate in ChaCha. I am a guide and if you are interested and truly are committed to doing this, you can email me at butterflykisskreations@yahoo.com Dawn
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@sidoney (1033)
• Jamaica
17 Mar 07
what is ch cha family i have never heard of that before
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@sunshine4 (8710)
• United States
19 Mar 07
cha cha is a search site. you work for them. when someone needs help searching for something on the web, you find it for them. i still have a ton to learn about it.
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@sedel1027 (17868)
• United States
17 Mar 07
At first, I was unsure of how easy it was going to be to use the application. However, after signing up, doing the tutorials, practicing on my own, and going through my first trained search I thought otherwise. I more had jitters from doing the first search than from the application (like when you start a new job and you have to answer the phone). If you can use a regular web browser, you should have no problems using the ChaCha application.
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@sunshine4 (8710)
• United States
19 Mar 07
Thanks, I am going to go through the training guide today while my kids are napping. Have you made decent money with this? I am not looking to get rich, just earn a bit of extra money from home.
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@JC1969 (1227)
• United States
19 Mar 07
sunshine4, You must definitely take the time to read the information furnished to you by Cha Cha. Also, go to the knowledge base when you log in and read the training checklist, the code of conduct, and view the training videos, and then practice a bit with the guide program before you put yourself in 'available status'. This will prepare you for your training sessions on your keywords, and help orient you to the program application. Too many new guides are failing to review the knowledge base, and the forum and their sponsors are not guiding them properly either--this leads to lots of mistakes. So, familiarize yourself with the information available, practice, and then get into the training on your keywords. Once you start doing the training, you will gain confidence and skill each new search you do. The new application, which recently came out, is so much more user friendly as well. Another good Cha Cha forum can be found here: http://www.GuidesHQ.com
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