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Discussion in 'Forum Suggestions & Feedback' started by teguh123, Oct 12, 2009.

  1. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Look, we have like 7 mods for thousands of member. Let's face it. It's too small. I come from a poor country. So I can procure many cheaply paid worker to do boring stuff of being a mod. He'll I'll volunteer my self if that can get me to learn how to make $20k/day like our mods.

    I want to ask a lot of rule questions.

    For example
    1. Is it okay to mention your site in your own BST thread. My site contain customers' testimony, etc. It's easier to download program, etc.
    2. What about signature? Is there any restriction on what you can put in your signature?
    3. What count as selling outside BST? Is a mere mentioning that you're selling something count as one? For example, say you want to do some JV and you explain that your cost is lower than your selling price. Does that count?
     
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  2. Standard Toaster

    Standard Toaster Regular Member

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    "how to make $20k/day like our mods."

    Though those numbers seem just too much... But you never know with these bhw mods.
     
  3. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I wanna be a mod
     
  4. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    To teguh123:

    I would say $20K a day is a bit of an over-estimation.

    By the way, none of the staff of BHW (Mods or Administrators) get a dime for doing what we do here. We just offer our free time to BHW as a way of giving back to the forum.

    Cheers! - "Wiz"
     
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  5. HairSpray

    HairSpray Junior Member

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    then go click the "Staff Application" link at the top of the page. Though, 20k/day sounds exaggerating little. I would say 20k a month would be hard as well.
     
  6. musichris

    musichris Newbie

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    Why create this thread when there's a staff application at the top of the page? I'm sure that the mods are well aware whether or not they need more mods.
     
  7. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I created the thread when I wasn't thinking right. I concentrated on some aspect of the biz that I didn't watch my nest eggs, my residual income carefully. I losted $240 in 4 days and that's BEST case scenario. I can lost thousands more.

    Check out http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/blackhat-lounge/128637-really-sad-3-days.html#post1180071 for more info.

    Morale of the story is at the end your residual income (doorway, residual traffic, domains, adsense), will beat your day to day job by far (selling serives, accounts). Any new technique of making money I create have to become residual income somehow. Otherwise I'll be overwhelmed.

    However, I often concentrate on my day to day job rather than my residual income and always want to outsource those residual income often with catastrophic results.

    By the way, that sub-mod seems like a good idea though. Why should someone making $20k/day do everything himself? Why not hire cheap Indonesians to do some of the mod jobs? I can procure that to the mods if they need apprentice. Also I got to share all my biz ideas in a BST I think. Most will be free. I got too many ideas. I do not have time to them all.
     
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  8. RoadToMillions

    RoadToMillions BANNED BANNED

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    I think they're doing a great job. I reported a post earlier to be fixed, and it was fixed within thirty seconds. That's ingenuity. Thanks mods for doing such a great job!
     
  9. nufaman

    nufaman Elite Member

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    You don't need dozens of mods in the forum, then it turns into a shithole like DP

    All you need to do is report any problem you see and they will deal with it. Sure, it is impossible to read the hundreds of threads that get posted everyday, that's why each post has a report button
     
  10. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Yea.

    But only like the best of the best can be a mod in here do they? I am not that good yet.

    Anyway, back to topic.

    1. Is it okay to mention your site in your own BST thread. My site contain customers' testimony, etc. It's easier to download program, etc.
    2. What about signature? Is there any restriction on what you can put in your signature?
    3. What count as selling outside BST? Is a mere mentioning that you're selling something count as one? For example, say you want to do some JV and you explain that your cost is lower than your selling price. Does that count? For example, someone saw another promote his own BST. Well, he thought it's okay. Turns out it's not. That sort of thing. It's not a mod fault in anyway. It's his fault quite obviously.

    Oh ya, I was joking when I said I wanna be a mod. That's after someone says that mods make $20k per day. Hearing craps from law breakers and spend time for it, and often underapperciated and not getting a dime. I've been in other forums and I can say our mods are better. You're right they did a great job. If only there is anything I can do for those mods.

    I am a programmer. What skill can I bring to a mod table anyway? Except procuring cheap workers for assistance.
     
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