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Google Consumer Surveys, another way to make money online

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by nimmivh, Mar 29, 2012.

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  1. nimmivh

    nimmivh Regular Member

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  2. kosilica

    kosilica Newbie

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    From what i see you cant do those surverys for money, you have to pay google to give you option to survey other ppl, and you pay that option, so i dont see how to earn here
     
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    lalalala Newbie

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    It's very interesting. G is trusted by most people so people will answer a survey from them easier. What are the pay outs for publishers/affiliates? (couldn't find it)
     
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    lalalala Newbie

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    There is a possibility.
    "Publishers get paid as their visitors answer.

    Questions run across sites in our diverse publisher network in order to get the necessary respondents. Publishers?online news sites, video creators, and app developers?make money as site visitors provide answers. Everyone wins.
    Are you a publisher?
    Learn how to earn money hosting surveys.:"

    Good idea from Google although it will annoy alot of people.
     
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    nimmivh Regular Member

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    It's actually good for us because google dislikes other affliates and if we use google surveys on our website we don't need to cloak anything
     
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    socialmediahopper Regular Member

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    Google = Bitch !

    Don't trust on GOOGLE :D
     
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    Google does indeed = BITCH... they hate on other content lockers and now they've built one of their own -- so basically it's okay for them to do whatever they want on the internet
     
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    Will google allow content lockers with pirated content ???
     
  10. NoGloveNoLove

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    Any automated content scanning they do will at best check uncloaked files, regular .zip files, and regular .rar files. Just password-protecting an archive would be enough to prevent them from noticing what you have (you wouldn't need to use any compression, of course, it's just a convenient container that gets encrypted when you password-protect it). In no universe are they going to spend the money it would take to attempt to crack every uploaded file, and they're not even going to try.

    And if they did, or if you're just really paranoid about leaving evidence around, you could use 128-bit AES encryption with open-source code and tools, and you'd be beyond anything they'd try, without much of a cost in terms of processing time for decryption.

    Really, there's no excuse for being nailed on the basis of file-scanning. And any encryption geeks, please don't flame me for not suggesting something better like 128-bit or higher Serpent! :eek: I just wanted to pick something more common that was also more than good enough.
     
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    Does or when will it work with YouTube?
     
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    Cool i would like to try it with pintrest
     
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    nimmivh Regular Member

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    How you did surveys with Pinterest ?
     
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    PeaceLoveSubmission1 Regular Member

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    I think they took the "IF YOU CANT BEAT EM JOIN EM" approach.
     
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    He he :D

    Thats exactly what they did :D