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What do we get for getting people into blackhatworld?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by teguh123, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    using referral? I got 100k chinese traffic per week. Most go to adsense MFA of course. I mean forums I am in has been very useful to me I got to give something back. Also I could use a few noobs for various tasks once my BST is approved.

    But do we get paid or something?
     
  2. Deviance

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    The last thing this forum needs is a large influx of Chinese people.
     
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  3. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    What's wrong with Chinese?
     
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    I agree.
     
  5. Deviance

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    Oh come on, don't be like that. You and me both know most Chinese people speak extremely poor english at best, have a tendency to spam and generally won't contribute anything to this forum.


    Just my $0,02, feel free to prove me wrong by claiming you know plenty Chinese IM'ers, which is only natural if you consider there are about 1.250.000.000 of them in total.
     
  6. ForeverNever

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    "you are just the worse type of person"

    but seriously you're prolly right.
     
  7. darkmobius

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    hmm i'm chinese...am i that bad in english?
     
  8. MonoPuff

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    Firstly you capialize I and the name of countries, so it's "I'm" and "Chinese" ... You can't really be bad in English.. You can be bad at speaking English, or speak English poorly.

    So a proper way to ask would be "Hmm, I'm Chinese. Do I speak English poorly?" or "Hmm, I'm Chinese. Does that make me bad at speaking English?"
     
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    Oh the irony.
     
  10. webdesign

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    I'm guessing this was a joke.. and no one got it?


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  11. darkmobius

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    oh wow, i guess capitalization killed me there, sorry grammar police but i guess hmm is proper english too huh? why didn't you pick on that? :rolleyes:
     
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    Oh, he must mean he can get that traffic to the forum then, in which case.. why don't you start up your own IM forum with a few of the methods from here, with your own twist to get them to buy something..?
     
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    Now you're just trolling. Don't be a dick, he's English is fine.

    Personally I wouldn't like 100.000new Chinese noobs here, it's bad enough as is :p
     
  14. Deviance

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  15. Hellfire

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    I meant of course HIS English is fine. Anywho, this isn't about me.
     
  16. zaedell

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    Feel free to send them to DP. BHW doesn't need promotion, chinese or not.
     
  17. g111k

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    PLEASE do not send 100k Chinese users per week to this forum :eek:

    One thing this forum is NOT lacking is crowds of beginner users joining daily.
     
  18. zaedell

    zaedell Registered Member

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    Some of you "english teachers" fail to realize that you only know 1 language whereas people in most other countries are at least bilingual. I'm usually impressed by anyone who understands/speaks some english that isn't a native speaker.
     
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  19. satyawrat

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    Yup! I am not native speaker and i dont wanna brag about it but i know 5 languages and also lil bit of french [minus the accent].
     
  20. Rockin

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    I honestly don't think anyone would profit from 100k new Chinese users. The Chinese users probably wouldn't be able to understand methods, and would just end up asking questions. Which is fine in small numbers but 100k is a bit too big and would lead to spam.

    I know it isn't that easy to learn English, but that doesn't mean I will be able to understand poor English. I had a Chinese roommate who spoke English as a 2nd language and I have all the respect in the world for someone traveling across the world to a country where their native language is not spoken, but there was still a major communication barrier. It took me a week to explain why you don't use those mosquito repellent machines inside.

    EDIT: It might be interesting to send them to DP and see how it works out.
     
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