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Old 12-06-2015, 13:15   #16
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My sister makes $3000/week part time from her house in pajamas....

Really....its true...no boat of joke on the CF readers required....
Really? Doing what?
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What I can't understand is why she needs pajamas to make that kind of money.
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How are you making money on twitter? Not that I want anything to do with it, but I tweet, and have yet to see any commercial activity aside from bot tweets... are you a bot?
Go to blackhatworld.Com and search for twitter journey. Yes I'm using bot software to run 30 accounts and follow unfollow about 800 a day on each account. I'm getting around 2500 new followers a day. I'm not monetizing yet so I'm not really making any money. But compared to what others are making I should make at least 600 a month with adsense or more with cPA ads. They pay about 1.50 every time someone submits their email on your site.
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Old 12-06-2015, 14:33   #19
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What I can't understand is why she needs pajamas to make that kind of money.
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My sister makes $3000/week part time from her house in pajamas....
How did she get pajamas onto her house, and why does the house pay her for it? Those must be some big pajamas...

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Old 12-06-2015, 17:00   #21
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Firstly, welcome to CF.

There is a lot of criticism on CF for not doing enough to discourage such as yourself from doing dangerous things and then after you get yourself in trouble we critique you well after you have drowned.

I don't want to discourage you completely, but you definately should not be heading out to see, at all! Yes, you can drown in 35 foot waves. but the waves are not the only problem at sea.

Get a house boat and stick to the rivers. It's far safer there for someone that doesn't have any experience and you will always have the Internet. If, you later want to get involved in learning to sail, then fine, get a boat and start learning, bit by bit, on fine days on day trips. But for now, you need to be attached to the shore for your own safety. I'd suggest for you at this stage it wouldn't even be safe to be anchoring somewhere.
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Go to blackhatworld.Com and search for twitter journey. Yes I'm using bot software to run 30 accounts and follow unfollow about 800 a day on each account. I'm getting around 2500 new followers a day. I'm not monetizing yet so I'm not really making any money. But compared to what others are making I should make at least 600 a month with adsense or more with cPA ads. They pay about 1.50 every time someone submits their email on your site.
So basically, you're a spammer.
Yes, buy a boat and go to sea, it will do you good. Tall waves aren't dangerous at all in a 35ft boat.
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Go to blackhatworld.Com and search for twitter journey. Yes I'm using bot software to run 30 accounts and follow unfollow about 800 a day on each account. I'm getting around 2500 new followers a day. I'm not monetizing yet so I'm not really making any money. But compared to what others are making I should make at least 600 a month with adsense or more with cPA ads. They pay about 1.50 every time someone submits their email on your site.
I've just realised what your doing. Your one of those irritating people out there spamming my time.

My encouragement. Find your self a little boat that's never been to sea before, and head out off the continental shelf, put your anchor down and twit from there. You will be fine with the tall waves, they will go right over you. If I'm wrong, come back and sue me.
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I've just realised what your doing. Your one of those irritating people out there spamming my time.
...there's a fine line between "spamming" and "marketing"
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...there's a fine line between "spamming" and "marketing"
Yep, and running a botnet against Twitter accounts crosses it.
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