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#717125 - 05/04/09 03:56 PM A Great Way To Finance Your Music Career  
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"The road to happiness lies in two simple principles: find what it is that interests you and that you can do well, and when you find it put your whole soul into it - every bit of energy and ambition and natural ability you have."

John D. Rockefeller
1839-1937, Industrialist and Philanthropist.

I've used this to finance my songwriting for the last 6 months.

Okay, unlike every other money-making scheme, Iím going to get straight to the point and tell you exactly how this works.

Firstly, it wonít cost you a penny Ė ever! I donít ask for credit card or bank account details (you're paid by check), and thereís no contract, so you can stop at any time.

Itís a simple market research referral system, were you refer people to do market research and for every survey they do, you get paid. The average is $2, for every survey they complete. Doesnít sound much? Well please read on.

By placing adds like this one, which takes no time at all, you can easily sign up around 10 people per day. That means one month later you have 300 referrals. Letís say each of those people only does one survey a week: thatís $600 you make, every week, and you donít have to do anything else Ė ever!

Of course if those people do more than one per week, or you want to continue and recruit more people Ė thereís no limit! There are people earning thousands doing this. They build up a whole bundle of referrals, then quit their day job. Iím not at that stage yet, but Iím getting closer every day.

It gets even better: when the people you recruit, recruit people themselves you get $1 for every survey that person does. So if every one of your 300 referrals recruits even another 10 people eachÖ well you do the math!!! See how people are making thousands.

Of course if you don't want to refer people, you can fill out the surveys yourself - you choose which ones - and make a little money that way.

Okay, thatís it. Thanks for getting this far. If youíre interested in making some serious money just click on the link below and sign up. You wonít be disappointed.


Thanks again.

#717160 - 05/04/09 06:41 PM Re: A Great Way To Finance Your Music Career [Re: humblebum]  
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Don't like these thing they sound so schemish (not that this maybe one). It focuses so much on getting money easily, and that is one of my main problems. Nothing can replace the building of CHARACTER through hard work, trial and error. You appreciate what you have acquired even more than if you got it easily through the mail or whatever.

I'm not saying that this is bad, what I'm saying is that part of the problem in society today is that a lot of folks want things without putting in the work to get it, and that create passion without restraint. The "Get Rich Quick Or Die Trying" mentality. So... want a car and you have one I just get you out of the way (by stealing it or murdering you) and I'll have your car. Character says work and save and buy my own car.

There is a big difference riches and wealth. Wealth is all round, in include having a healthy mind and perspective on life,having things in the right order seeking wisdom first then understanding then knowledge. This will impact your physical health and then it wouldn't matter if you had a million or not because you are wealthy even without the money. Riches is all about getting things and nothing else.

Anyway not sure that I'd be interested in something like this. But I hope it works for those of you who try it.

#717305 - 05/05/09 01:55 AM Re: A Great Way To Finance Your Music Career [Re: Stephen John (singch]  
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yeah i think this money making system must be pretty old. i think a heard something about the egyptians having something to do wtih this whole scheme. at least it had to do with pyramids i think wink

#717323 - 05/05/09 02:48 AM Re: A Great Way To Finance Your Music Career [Re: jt wojahn]  
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Tell you what, you send me $100 and I'll send $2 to all my friends, saying I got it from you. Then you'll have 50 new friends smile

#717327 - 05/05/09 02:57 AM Re: A Great Way To Finance Your Music Career [Re: Hummingbird]  
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good one Hummingbird

I loved that response


#717389 - 05/05/09 08:47 AM Re: A Great Way To Finance Your Music Career [Re: WriterTomYeager]  
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Sounds like another MLM scheme, been there and done that on other items, works well for the first few into it but not the last ones, soon peters out.

#717583 - 05/05/09 07:38 PM Re: A Great Way To Finance Your Music Career [Re: Hummingbird]  
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Vicki that was really funny two thumbs up and a laugh

#717687 - 05/06/09 01:59 AM Re: A Great Way To Finance Your Music Career [Re: Stephen John (singch]  
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Reminds me of the old adage when the old guy was asked...
"And what is your occupation"...he replied.."Sir.i'm a sewer executive"...and what is that may i ask?..." well sir,the guy way down the bottom of the line passes the bucket full of s*** to the next guy,then he passes it to the next guy, he passes it to the next guy..right way up to the top of the line...i makes sure the s*** gets emptied...you see.. i takes no sh** from nobody.."that Sir is a sewer executive"....Terry Moore.

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#718918 - 05/09/09 04:48 PM Re: A Great Way To Finance Your Music Career [Re: Terry Moore]  
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Thanks for the information, Survey Scout!

John Marnie: Drummer and singer in
"Too Little Time" Band:

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