Finally I am getting to posting a picture of our new puppy. We got him on Friday 7/4/2008 we will never forget when we got him. We got him from a pet shelter. It is believed that he is 4 1/2 months old, and he weighs 39 lbs. Louie, Louie is his name and he is German Shepard and Great Dane. Louie, Louis looks all German Shepard except for 1 white sock (paw) and some white on his chest. But his size is leaning towards the Great Dane part of him. We are happy to have him and for his age he is a VERY good dog.
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Monday, July 7, 2008
Is participating in online survey sites really for you? Read below to make a more informed decision.
1. Do you have the time to sign up for the many different programs out there? There are many sites that give you listings of all the different survey sites - when you join a survey site you usually have to fill in a profile, some are very lengthy but they use this information to qualify and match appropriate surveys to you. The good news is there are auto-fill programs out there.
2. Do you have the time to check your emails and fill out the surveys daily or at least on most days. The more you do the more money you get. Even when doing this you still may end up not being eligible for some of the surveys. Surveys can take from 2 minutes to 30 minutes per survey. I tend to give up on some of the longer surveys.
3. Do you have time to wait to build up enough money to get paid. The third thing you should know is it takes time to earn the money. All sites have a minimum balance before you can claim your reward/money check each sites FAQ'S for more information.
4. Are you only looking for a little extra side income? Paid Surveys are ideal for those of you who are looking for a little extra cash without much effort. Keep in mind, though, that you will not be making $1000s each month. Making $100 per week is more achievable.
5. Are you okay with sharing information. I enjoy participating in surveys and try my hardest to keep up with them, but I don't like sharing some personal information like credit card balances or the like (I know the end user has no idea who I am, and you never give out credit card numbers) I still don't care for these types of surveys. I am sure I have missed out on some great opportunities in this area.
6. Do you enjoy sharing you opinion? Taking surveys is a great way to share information where it might make a difference.
7. Do you like trying new products, but not telling your friends and family? I do on occasion get to try new products, but you are not permitted to share this information.
If you can answer yes to all or most of the questions above, online surveys sites just might be the right answer for you. Just remember you shouldn't have to pay to join a sight or to receive your payment. You should never have to give out personal banking or credit card information.
Now get out there and start shaping the products of the future.