While the oil industry appears to be sobbing in their litres of 10W30 motor oil, our gas prices keep going up with another 5 cents a litre for regular gas added today and diesel took a jump as well. Although the Oil per barrel has dropped below $50 US the last few days… consumers are paying more at the pumps at over $1.08 a litre here in Halifax.
Even with the news that the stockpiling and oversupply continues to plague that industry… I’m paying more… go figure.
With all opportunities online… timing and patience are key ingredients required.
Ventures take a nose dive real quick when members haven’t got the latter and want only the fast cash at the click of their mouse.
If you like quiet mornings gearing up for the day ahead… a pet bird is not for you.
Parrot like birds that love to talk and crave attention in the mornings are all about constant chirping, whistling a tune and chatting away for up to 1 hour and as long as 3 hours at times.
My buddy named Fritzie is like unleashing a feathered burst of energy early in the AM with a “Hello world… let’s make some noise! Oh Yah!” It’s mostly a one way conversation on his part but he pauses if I don’t come in with an occasional “ok” or “Yes Fritzie” every once in a while.
If I don’t, he cranks up the high pitch whistle until I answer. Something like a wife who’s ranting on about something and waits for an answer… “Well ??!!”.
“Your right Dear”
Satisfied, her fussing begins to wind down although I totally disagree in my mind but why prolong the thing … eh.
In the online Biz, there’s suddenly another surge of ‘here today, gone tomorrow’ profit shares launching and although a quick profit can normally be made by purchasing at the start, a lot of folks are left ‘wanting’ as these spiral down to oblivion.
But for folks who like these ‘share’ sites, there seems to be one at every door lately … like this guy who is all fired up …. which one to join?
That dude is comparable to a typical morning at my place.
Wonders never cease where PayPal has given the thumbs up to continue transactions with the advertising program called Mo Brabus. Member’s funds using the processor where on hold where PayPal wanted another looks at the business model which they eventually approved of. A rare thing on PayPal’s part from my experience.
However, Mo Brabus decided to end their dealings with PayPal and have shifted members cash over to SolidTrustPay in their backoffice accounts. I figure this is a good move where it only takes one complaint from a member who didn’t accept the risk funding a new venture … to lock that PayPal account again. Looking from an Admin’s point of view… who needs that aggreviation.
Mo Brabus is bringing in more payment solutions during their pre launch Beta run and have a new ‘slide’ presentation detailing their ‘Combo Ad Credit Packs’, which will be enabled in the near future. Looking it over a couple times and realizing the potential profit, I’ll be funding when it’s ready to go. Meanwhile the $5 Adpacks are earning, which expire at 120%.
It’s been a weekly cycle for about a month now here in Halifax, Nova Scotia with regards to the weather. A bitter ‘Siberia like’ cold front that’s followed up by a day of snow which turns to rain as temps get milder. Like today … it’s bitter cold outside with the cycle repeating … snow coming tomorrow, turning to rain in the afternoon.
The daylight hours are getting longer however and spring is on the way next month so I’m looking forward to that.
Spring also means NHL playoffs as the Montreal Canadiens remain in good shape for a playoff spot with about a quarter of the regular season left. Every game is extra important now and specially for teams needing more wins to reach the playoff season.
Online, Digadz is steady as the advertising program produces the daily money, bonus and point ads and as I mentioned in my last post… building to add more features as the membership count increases.
This commercial is… nuts
I have registered with a couple new programs that are in prelaunch. At this stage, it’s about reading and watching for any negative news before they actually fire up on Launch day. Also important is the actual ‘time’ of the day these sites launch. I prefer to fund and purchase when the starting bell rings to cut down on the risk factor. I’ll write about these interesting programs when I’m confident about their potential to provide a profit.
There’s money to be made with the “Paid to Click” niche and thousands of people around this online world are involved. On the high end of getting the most bang per Ad when clicking on another members site to view is DigAdz … with more enhancements coming for the future while I see more cash within the daily Bonus Ads.
A new script is coming with more features meaning money and advertising for active members in the program.
PaidVerts, owned by My Traffic Value, is the original PTC site that issues high cash money Ads and I continue to earn on a daily basis with that site. PayPal, I mentioned in my last post, has MTV under review until March 10th, according to the latest update. Hopes are that issue will come to a thumbs up resolution from PayPal and the payment processor will continue doing business with MTV and PV.
Across the Big Pond… I would say that the majority like and use PayPal in the ‘money making’ niches I participate in. In those programs that accept it anyway, which are becoming more and more these days. The instant exchange in currencies is a selling feature for using PayPal and they are a reputable company.
However, a big problem is… PayPal can revoke their initial approval at any time, which becomes a huge problem for the Admins and members involved. For example.. one dispute can block hundreds/thousands of members from the their PayPal accounts within an online program.
I use SolidTrustPay for the majority of my invests these days and they have an option to dispute a transactions as well but … they have a protocol where a member disputing a funding/investment, must first deal with the Admin or person where the STP funds were sent. After a set time of 1 month or more … the STP staff will look into a refund from that Admin/Program. In some cases where there is an utter scam in the works, they will act quicker and refund folks but that’s rare and I never count on it.
I’m totally fine with STP’s method of doing things where I accept the risk when I invest and it’s like going over a waterfall… I can’t jump back up like a Salmon.
I would like to see PayPal adopt that with the online programs it deals with but I don’t foresee any change in the way they do things. There should be disclaimer box to check off … this is a one way street when you fund so think about it.
Like buying Stocks. Say I bought Stock in this promising Tech company and it began to go up. I’m doing a spin in my office chair giddy with glee. The next week… the bottom drops out. I can’t call my Broker and say I want a refund. I’d end up hanging up where there would be hysterical laughter on the other end. “You want what??? ”
It appears Digadz has sorted out their server speed issues and since last week, navigation is fast with the ‘money’ ads loading daily. A good thing.