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#1 petertohen

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 07:26 AM

Hi everyone, I just wanted to share my thoughts and suggestions about doing research before joining sites.

 

For one particular type of sites I recommend checking out ptccentral, in my opinion the reviews there are honest and have (at least so far) been updated decently.

I don't look to join ptc's really however but it was a good site for me when I got started and should be a good source for reviews for ptc's

 

When it comes to the typical program or site that looks way too good to be true I generally tend to ignore it and look the other way, but sometimes if for whatever reason I would become interested enough I will definately try to find different reviews, many people do make quite honest reviews and I will typically look around until I find a few different reviews claiming good things and a few claiming bad things. I especially want to know about the bad things, the downsides.

 

If whatever is bad about something is bad enough (to me) then I won't really be that interested even if I could earn from it. From my personal point of view I wouldn't want to sell something that I don't believe has good enough value to the people I would sell it to and I definately prefer the "safer" type of sites that I believe can last.

 

For example skinny body care, which may be great to many, I ended up pre-enrolling because that did seem harmless enough. After looking around there and also looking at more reviews I just figured it's not for me because I'm skeptical of the products and I definately think they are overpriced  :)

 

That being said I hear a lot of positives about SBC and I don't think they are a scam, people might make a lot of money. I do however wonder about the sustainability in it, but if you are in SBC I hope you can make a lot of money from there.

 

Of course there are sites that I feel I can without really doing research first as long as I know what it's about. I would say traffic exchanges fall into this type of site. I'd do some research and get to know the site before I spend money mostly.

 

So, when it comes to doing research how do you do it, do you do it? Also, what kind of sites are you looking for?

 

I hope this post may inspire someone to do more research and have a healthy skepticism, doesn't mean don't believe in anything. 

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#2 stv77

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Posted 14 October 2017 - 12:12 PM

 

Hi everyone, I just wanted to share my thoughts and suggestions about doing research before joining sites.

 

For one particular type of sites I recommend checking out ptccentral, in my opinion the reviews there are honest and have (at least so far) been updated decently.

I don't look to join ptc's really however but it was a good site for me when I got started and should be a good source for reviews for ptc's

 

When it comes to the typical program or site that looks way too good to be true I generally tend to ignore it and look the other way, but sometimes if for whatever reason I would become interested enough I will definately try to find different reviews, many people do make quite honest reviews and I will typically look around until I find a few different reviews claiming good things and a few claiming bad things. I especially want to know about the bad things, the downsides.

 

If whatever is bad about something is bad enough (to me) then I won't really be that interested even if I could earn from it. From my personal point of view I wouldn't want to sell something that I don't believe has good enough value to the people I would sell it to and I definately prefer the "safer" type of sites that I believe can last.

 

For example skinny body care, which may be great to many, I ended up pre-enrolling because that did seem harmless enough. After looking around there and also looking at more reviews I just figured it's not for me because I'm skeptical of the products and I definately think they are overpriced  :)

 

That being said I hear a lot of positives about SBC and I don't think they are a scam, people might make a lot of money. I do however wonder about the sustainability in it, but if you are in SBC I hope you can make a lot of money from there.

 

Of course there are sites that I feel I can without really doing research first as long as I know what it's about. I would say traffic exchanges fall into this type of site. I'd do some research and get to know the site before I spend money mostly.

 

So, when it comes to doing research how do you do it, do you do it? Also, what kind of sites are you looking for?

 

I hope this post may inspire someone to do more research and have a healthy skepticism, doesn't mean don't believe in anything. 

https://www.facebook...tingcheckpoint/

 

 

I did a lot of research regarding traffic exchange sites and found that  sites of Darren are the best, espessially Listjumper and Downlinemaxx with good bounce rate.


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Posted 19 October 2017 - 10:46 AM

I always take time to research a site.  Sometimes I join right away, but I do not recommend it to others until I feel comfortable with it.  By comfortable I mean I do not believe it's a scam.


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#4 stv77

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Posted 19 October 2017 - 12:05 PM

I always take time to research a site.  Sometimes I join right away, but I do not recommend it to others until I feel comfortable with it.  By comfortable I mean I do not believe it's a scam.

 

Yes checking sites for scam is very important. Next you have to check what is bounce rate and how much time surfers spend on your site. Because I saw sites with 0:00 min per session.


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#5 rpsmith

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Posted 06 November 2017 - 05:58 PM

I highly recommend researching any site you want to join. It may save you from getting scammed. Another suggestion is simply this: Think carefully what they offer. Does it sound too good to be true? Are they promising something for nothing? Are they promising to make you rich for little to no work? Are they demanding an immediate response or "lose it forever?" Are they using high pressure sales tactics or playing to your emotions? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, you may want to take a long look at it or leave it alone. Chances are, it is a scam.


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#6 stv77

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Posted 07 November 2017 - 12:45 PM

I highly recommend researching any site you want to join. It may save you from getting scammed. Another suggestion is simply this: Think carefully what they offer. Does it sound too good to be true? Are they promising something for nothing? Are they promising to make you rich for little to no work? Are they demanding an immediate response or "lose it forever?" Are they using high pressure sales tactics or playing to your emotions? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, you may want to take a long look at it or leave it alone. Chances are, it is a scam.

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Posted 14 November 2017 - 12:57 PM

You avoid looking  bad by doing good research first.....eg all the bitcoin sites are not legit. The question is do you promote right from the start or wait to see if it is worth promoting and save someone else some grief. 


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#8 market101

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Posted 14 November 2017 - 10:26 PM

You avoid looking  bad by doing good research first.....eg all the bitcoin sites are not legit. The question is do you promote right from the start or wait to see if it is worth promoting and save someone else some grief. 

 

I promote right from the start, BUT, I do not recommend the site to anyone I know until I see what kind of results I get.


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#9 stv77

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Posted 15 November 2017 - 12:59 PM

So a lot of people promoting not legit bitcoin sites


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