Me : None else but..

Thursday, November 29, 2007 |



My BLOG is Me

This is my blog, i realized that i should out more stuffs about myself too, thats one way for people to realize that this is not just a blog full of stuffs like how to earn money online.. but.. its true and i am not a bit shame to admit that i created this blog as a diversion..
The past month has been depressing and i am on the verge of emotional unstability. Putting up a blog like this interest me as mush as online games do as much as chatting do..
So, this blog will be full of Myself, everything i thought of, everything that interests me, everything that i want to share, after all, this is my blog ..

Etimology: Maureen

The girl's name Maureen \ma(u)-reen\ is pronounced maw-REEN. It is of Irish origin. Variant of Mary (Latin) "star of the sea". Maurissa and Maurisa may also be feminine forms of Maurice. See also Mara and Morisa. Actresses Maureen O' Sullivan, Maureen O'Hara.

Maureen has 17 variant forms: Maura, Maurene, Maurianne, Maurine, Maurisa, Maurise, Maurissa, Maurita, Maurizia, Mavra, Moira, Mora, Moreen, Morena, Morene, Moria and Morine.

Baby names that sound like Maureen are Mareen, Marien, Mareena and Maren.

Maureen is a very popular female first name and a very rare surname (source: 1990 U.S. Census). Displayed below is the baby name popularity trend for the girl's name Maureen.
To know the meaning of your name click here.

Numerology: My Birthdate

Born on the 28th. You possess a gift of Leadership,but it is employed best through cooperative effort. Your means are generally gentle persuasion, rather than overt displays of power.

You are unconventional, idealistic, and independent. You are extremely ambitious. You possess much self confidence, but need much encouragement. You have an exceptionally analytical and rational mind. You are an excellent planner, with a talent for directing and managing groups of people. You easily become frustrated with routine activities. You're willing to take risks.
There is a pioneer spirit in you. You like to be on the frontier of whatever you are doing. Once a project is started, however, you prefer to turn it over to others to run and maintain. You are a great starter, but are not much interested in keeping the show going.
You can be very stubborn and rigid once you have committed to an idea - something you do more than you realize. You tend to identify with your ideas and do not like them changed; you have a powerful ego-bond with most of what you do, which makes compromise difficult for you.
You are highly emotional and enjoy demonstrating your love. On the other hand, you can become irritated and angry easily, and are given to tantrums.
You are highly creative and have a great mind for marshalling facts in order to sell ideas. You make a wonderful debater and salesperson.
With your determination and inventive mind, you have potential for achievement and much financial success.

Know more about the symbolic meaning of your birthdate too, click here.






Getting To Know : PAYPAL

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What is Paypal?
PayPal is the world's most popular "middleman service" for online purchasing. Where moneygrams and wire transfers were the standard in the 20th century, today over 99 million Internet users prefer to use PayPal to send money to each other via email. PayPal has become such a convenient and trusted way to transfer money online, 95% of eBay's purchases go through PayPal.

How does PayPal Work?
As an online financial transaction broker, PayPal lets people send money to each other's email addresses. At no time will either party see the other's credit card or bank information. Similar to an escrow service, PayPal acts as the middleman holder of money. Through its policies, practices, and business integrity, PayPal has earned the trust of both parties. With multiple guarantees in place, buyers and sellers entrust PayPal with their credit card and bank information. PayPal keeps that private customer information secret. Then, while "blinded" from the other party's confidential information, strangers safely send money to each other through PayPal and email.



PayPal Requirements

You need no special technology nor a business license to send/receive money through Paypal. The only requirements are:
  1. a valid email address.
  2. a valid credit card or bank account.

What are the Benefits of Using PayPal?



It's Fast
Payments are made immediately, quicker than sending checks or money orders.

It's Private
PayPal does not reveal your financial information to sellers.

It's Global
PayPal is accepted worldwide, and can be used to make payments locally or internationally.


It's Easy
Send money to anyone in just a few clicks.

It's Trusted
Industry-leading fraud prevention keeps you safe and secure.

It's Cost-Effective
It's free to send money, and PayPal is affordable for businesses of all sizes.

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Wednesday, November 28, 2007 |












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PTR Guide - Things To Avoid

Sunday, November 25, 2007 |

Scam & Junk Sites There are many sites out there which promise emails worth the likes of $50 or $100 and upwards. DO NOT join any of these sites. These are ridiculous attempts to take your money and you will never see a penny.

Avoid Spyware & Unwanted Software Installations
Whilst avoiding Spyware is never 100% guaranteed, there are a few things you can do to help yourself avoid these little beggars, and other malicious software being installed on your machine. Some sites can install software silently in the background after you've visited them and you may or may not realise this until you have rebooted your computer. So here are our recommendations for the things you should have if you are a Windows user.

Use Any Browser But Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer is the biggest browser in the world, granted, but it's also the weakest when it comes to avoiding these attacks, and until IE7 is released to the general public, steer clear. We recommend using a tabbed browser, which will allow you to tabs within the same window, making browsing much more organized. Mozilla Firefox. This browser has the capability to stop websites installing software on your machine and is much less prone to getting caught out by malicious websites. It is tabbed and is customizable, so you can make it look more to your taste too. :) Microsoft Anti-Spyware A tool from Microsoft that offers real-time protection against websites trying to change things on your machine, as well as catching spyware before it is able to get itself a nest! Microsoft will throw money at this until it's the biggest around. It's free, and definitely well worth having.

A Good Anti-Virus Software Package Whilst there are many anti-virus packages around, we prefer to use either Norton AntiVirus or McAfee ** credits to www.ptrinfo.com **

Now getting paid is the good part :) and I guess the endgame for the majority of people, so how does it work? Well again, this is down to how the owner of the site wishes to work it. Some will pay you automatically once you reach the minimum payout, some will pay you once a month regardless of how much is in your account, and some will have to be requested by you. If you are required to request yourself, many sites these days have a payout button that appears once you reach the minimum amount and you simply hit this, and are placed in a queue to be paid. But like I say, because sites work differently, ensure you read the help section of the site to find out how you will be paid, and whether or not you should request it yourself.

But most important here, is that you have the correct payment details setup. Within your member profile, a space is provided to put in your payment details, and if these are not correct, your payment may be delayed or skipped altogether, and you'd have to request again. So always ensure it is correct, please! :)

Keep all that right and you'll be well on your way to earning some extra cash.

** credits to www.ptrinfo.com **

OK, so you're all signed up and eager to get going, I'm sure :)
Well now the emails should start coming through, not always instantly, but depending on the site you signed up with, may be straight away. Always bear in mind that volume of mail will can vary greatly from site to site because different sites will have more advertisers than others, hence they can send out more mails.

There are 2 main types of email you may or may not receive, depending on what you chose when opting in to the various categories on the signup form. Let's explain these.

Normal Advertisements
These are run-of-the-mill ads where somebody may be advertising a product, or perhaps another website, something like that....but these are ones where a link is there for you to click, you click it, and once the website appears, you are to wait for 15 to 30 seconds for a timer to reach 0. Once that happens, your account is credited and you can close the window.
You cannot open more than 1 email at a time from the same website, though you can open mails from others. Attempts to open up emails from the same sender will result in a message appearing telling you something along the lines of You must wait for the timer to reach 0 before clicking again.

Search Emails
Now not every site will send these, and some will ONLY send these, so you should check what each site is offering. Search emails are mails sent out, with the intention of not just having you click on a link, but after doing so, you should search for something or click on one of the categories, AND THEN, click on a link that was produced by the search results.

Sounds long winded, and it can be, if you are doing many of them. But keep it in proportion and you'll not only help bump up your own earnings but you'll be doing the site some good too, as the more searches an advertiser gets on their link, the more likely they are to come back. So to make a valid search, do the following.... 1. Click the link in your email, 2. Enter a search term in the box provided 3. From the search results, click on a link and visit that site 4. Allow the site to load fully before closing the window.

Remember, the more sites you join, the more emails you will get, so be ready to set a bit of time aside to get thru them, but be honest, don't cheat and you'll be fine :)

** credits to www.ptrinfo.com **

PTR Guide - Signing Up

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OK, so you've got all of the above and want to start getting mails! PTRInfo is a great place to start, as a resource for seeing who's popular right now and who's paying, so have a look round and see which sites you like. Go to them and follow the links to join.

Most sites require that you input your email address into a form, which when done, will send you a signup email containing a link to a more detailed form. When signing up, you will be required to give some personal information, usually your name, address etc... and your preferred method of payment, which you should now have available to you. Simply complete the form as fully as possible.

One other section to note is usually the section containing a lot of tickboxes. These are your opt in categories, the more you choose, the more emails you should receive, but beware because a lot of boxes are put there to hunt out cheaters.
For example, a box may be entitled, I Am A Cheater or Delete Me, so as you should always do, read carefully and show an interest in what you are doing. Only tick the categories you wish to receive emails on.

Once the form is fully completed, submit it and you should now become a member, assuming there are no errors in the form from you.

** credits to www.preguide.com **

PTR Guide - Payment Processors

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You may well have heard of the likes of Paypal, Stormpay or perhaps E-Gold or Moneybookers. These are just some of the bigger names in this area and you'll need accounts with these to cover all bases.
Of course, you'll need to follow each individual websites instructions for getting registered etc... and especially for how to fund your account should you require it, but for now, you just want an account setup so as to receive your paid email money into. We've provided shortcuts below to the main offerings.




** credits to www.ptrinfo.com **

PTR Guide - Things You'll Need

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As a minimum, you'll need the following before going off and just registering at lots of PTR sites, so make sure you have all of these before rushing off headlong into it.

Choose A Username
Try to pick a username that is unique, so that you can use it throughout every site you join. This is by no means a requirement, but for consistency, it's easier to remember. It's obvious jsmith is going to be a lot more likely to be used than js040879, so consider using something like that, perhaps with a date of birth on the end of your initials, whatever you feel comfortable with.

Choose A Secure Password
Passwords should always be as secure as you can make it, so using a combination of letters and numbers is a very good idea. The longer the password, the better also, but not too long, unless you are sure you will remember it. As a minimum, a password length of 8-10 characters is what we would advise, and like we say, use letters and numbers to keep it secure.
We do not advise keeping the same password for every site you join, as if one website gets hacked, then the hacker can try your details at other sites and may gain access, so keep them different if possible, but this is entirely down to how you wish to work.

Valid Email Address
It makes sense to have all your mails coming into the same email address. You can simply use your existing address, or if you plan to join lots of sites (which will means lots of emails), we prefer to keep them seperate from personal emails, and as such, create a seperate email account for that very reason.
If this is not for you, then fine, simply use your existing personal address, however, if you wish to create a new one for paid emails, you can sign up for a free GMAIL account.

Pay Processor Accounts
Different websites use different pay processors, which is where you will receive your payments when you have reached the minimum payment amount. So you will need to set yourself up with these accounts.

** credits to www.ptrinfo.com **

Guide : What is PTR?

Saturday, November 24, 2007 |

PTR stands for Paid To Read - and is something you can use to earn some extra money whilst not leaving your own computer. A PTR website you join, pays you to receive opt-in emails from advertisers who want you to visit their website. You will receive the email, click on a link and stay on that website for a predetermined amount of time, to give you chance to see what the advertiser is offering. A timer will count down (usually 15-30 seconds) and once finished, your account will be credited with the value of the email.












welcome to my corner

Friday, November 23, 2007 |

hi people, friends and countrymen (hihi), and other country's men (hihihi)

its my first time here in blogspot and im really excited !!

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