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Where do people get the numbers for how much you can make a day?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rocsk79, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. rocsk79

    rocsk79 BANNED BANNED

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    The IM is bullshit thread got me thinking a bit and although I dont totally agree with it some things never made sense to me.

    whenever I see a method posted there is "$XXX " a day with it.

    IM is not a job with a set pay rate so I cant figure out where these numbers come from.

    any method can make you $1000 a day if you do it enough and any method can make you 1 cent a day if you dont do it enough. its the TIME variable that seperates all these methods if you ask me.

    I think it looks ridiculous whenever I see a dollar amount (usualy a nice round number too haha) posted with the method.

    Just be honest and say RESULTS MAY VARY DEPENDING ON HOW MUCH TIME YOU PUT IN.
     
  2. jesus3

    jesus3 Regular Member

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    yea but people wont buy if it comes to that i will look at a thread faster if its names make 3 million NOW. rather then do work and get money lol but thats jus me i will read both though of course but 3 million now 1st nd then i go back to the "normal" ones
     
  3. eve121

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    I think most people do it because it sounds better.

    Example.
    'Make $700 dollars a day from twitter on autopilot **UNIQUE METHOD**'
    or
    'Make $0-$1,000,000 a day from twitter. It all depends on how lazy you are'

    I think its because people like to put a number on things.
     
  4. SpamHat

    SpamHat Junior Member Premium Member

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    I actually think that second headline you said would be quite good.