How Will You Categorized Yourself?Writer?Clicker?Reader?Reviewer?
January 7, 2009 4:19am CST
There are different categories for you to earn online. There are paid to click, paid to review, paid to post, and paid to read surveys sites. I am just wondering among this categories, how do you treat yourself? Are you a writer?reviewer?clicker or just a reader?I started as a clicker. As far as I know, I have been a clicker for almost two months. But I have realized that I do not have future as a clicker. i decided to be a writer and reviewer.This is really my interest. I am writer when I was still studying. I will never come back as a clicker. I will try my very best to be a successful writer and reviewer. What about you? Do you categorized yourself in all of these category? How do you find yourself being in that category? Do you plan to change, or you just want to maintain as what you are?
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21 Apr 09
I'm not a real writer but am happy I write a lot here in mylot thru discussion participation. I also write blogs at other sites. A reader of other blogs as well to comment. To summarize however, I'm more on writing, so maybe I can consider myself as a writer. I hope however I could be a real writer.
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9 Jan 09
I would say that I am a person that doesn't mind doing any of those things. Any payment on top of all of that is simply icing on the cakes. Out of all of them though, I do enjoy telling people about the personal experiences and helping those that seek real advice here in mylot. I've received a variety of responses from individuals thanking me for whatever insight that I may have shared with them. To that I am grateful that I have been able to share something meaningful with them that they can apply to their lives and see real results. That is truly the purpose why I believe we are all here on this planet to offer each other a sense of real hope and compassion for one another. This helps the high in mighty person stay humble and it helps the humble receive the strength to move forward. It is simply the matter of everyone being able to exchange strengths to eliminate all weaknesses.