Spreading yourself too thin?

United States
June 22, 2007 10:25pm CST
Do you sign up for dozens of programs to earn and find that they are hard to keep track of or too hard to manage or just turn out to be scams? This probably isnt the best way to earn and i am sure ill get plenty of "check my site" responses, and thats ok... Heres a trick.. stay with all your programs but find the two or three that pay the most and you can reach payout on.. i put hits4pay at the top of my list.. then in you other programs convert your money or points into advertising... the best ones i use are clixsense and linkgrand, you can easily gain plenty of referals for your top program that way and then build your monthly checks over time untill one day you say "wow!!! i made a lot of money this month for hardly doing anything!!!" it takes time but it is possible to really earn a lot with "paid to" programs.... my site lays it out as well http://kenscash.blogspot.com also check for scams at http://kenslist.blogspot.com good luck!!!!!
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@draco666 (174)
• United States
23 Jun 07
For the most part I agree but I do a lot of programs myself but I keep track by creating a small IIS website on my local network with all my programs. Every time I sign-up I add a link and I also use it s my home page. Some times I use my site and blog to make sur I haven't forgotten any. Also you can do this by creating a small html page with links to your sites and setting the local page as your homepage. I am going to add this tactic to my site soon and few step-by-steps to do this. Or I may create a few blogs to do this.