So, what is Linkbucks? How do we earn from it?
The name itself would somehow give you an idea. We make money with our link. We only have to convert this link to an earning link. The process of converting is also very fast and easy. Every click of that link earns us something. The catch is that we let the site advertise on the page where the link leads to. Actually there are 3 options:
*Intermission. Before the clicker could see the page, he has to view a page containing advertisements for 15 seconds. This can be skipped, though. This has the highest pay rate, $1 per 2000 clicks of your link. This also is the most annoying so I don't use it since I don't wanna lose my blog visitors in another blog I own.
*Pop-up. Everytime someone clicks on the link a pop-out advertisement comes out. This earns us $1/2500 clicks. I am also annoyed with pop-ups, I don't use this as well.
*Top Banner. I am more at ease on this one. It appears to be harmlesss to me. The clicker will be directed immediately on the page only that there is a Linkbucks banner on the top. Nothing on the page will be covered with the banner, though. I am using this. This only pays $1 per 4545 clicks.
The site has been paying for quite sometime now. And they pay fast. You'll be amazed, I tell you. If you wanna join the site, just click the banner below. I'll tell you my tips if you become my referral. So don't do anything else but click the banner below. :-)
It's been a while since I last wrote something about online money making in here. I got busy finding a new blog template and tried other money making sites which I could share to you in here.
Here's my newest find: High Yield Investment Program or HYIP. From the term itself, the program allows you to profit from your investment faster than banks offer. My readings say that this is very risky since many HYIP sites are actually turning into scams as time goes by. Paypal does not even allow HYIP sites to use them as a money processor. Most of HYIP sites use Alertpay, Strictpay, and/or Libertyreserve. When I tried to discuss it in Mylot forum, I received many negative views on the program. Although I also got a few good advices from the respondents. Here's what they say:
*Some are actually legit and paying only that they have a potential to become scams in the future. And so search for new ones and invest your money in just a short time and leave.
*Don't be greedy.
*If you want to stay longer, invest what you can afford to lose.
Since I was able to see some payment proofs from the HYIP site whose banner is posted above, and since I have a couple of dollars in my Libery Reserve account and since they were new (a few days old) when I signed up, I invested $2 to the site. The site offers a daily 104% return of investment whose denomination is less than $50. There are also other plans ranging from 104%-127% with corresponding number of days.
What I did was I reinvested the profit and my initial investment until after exactly 17 days (should have been shorter if I realized earlier that I can invest more than a certain amount when I had an error which made me chose a lower amount...) , my $2 became $6+. I withdrew and they paid me.
I went back to Mylot and asked for more advices whether I should continue. The responses made me decide to just invest back half of the profit which is $2+. At the moment, I have $3 there. I am not really confident about the site since there are unrefined things in it. I just hope though that I could withdraw my money before they turn into scam.
Wish me luck.
On August 2009 Philippine Geology, Mining Engineering, and Metallurgical Engineering Licensure (Board) Exam Results
Update (08/20/09) Geologist Exam Results Released! Click here!
Maybe the fact that not so many are taking up and graduating from these three courses namely Geology, Mining Engineering, and Metallurgical Engineering; Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC) had their Board Exams held simultaneously on August 18-20, 2009. Since it definitely saves time, effort and money, it is a good thing that this government agency is being practical about it (not every government agency is). But before this article becomes a political one, let me tell you about I promised you - to give you information on where the results of the said exams could be found first when they come.
I have been writing about the different board exams held in the Philippines and most of the results are being found first online in the Philippine Daily Inquirer Website called www.inquirer.net. However, with my experience on the previously released exam results of August 2009 Philippine Physicians Licensure Exam, I noticed that the website was late in posting it since I found it first in a blog. Maybe the blog owner has a contact with a PRC personnel and thus allowing him to post the results first. But most of the time they are posted first in the Inquirer website.
You may also want to know how long are the results usually released?
If it would be Nurses Board it usually takes months but for other board exams sometimes the results come out just for a week or two or even less.
1 AMORA, MELEZRA SOLARTA
2 AZARES, JANICE DELUYAS
3 BISCARO, JOHN RONALD DEOSO
4 CALUCIN, ZAYMON MENDOZA
5 CANTO, ANNA PAOLA BEATRICE CHIONGSON
6 DAWAT, GEORGE PETER TONOGBANUA
7 DELA CRUZ, MICHELLE ANNE SABIGAN
8 DELOS ANGELES, KATRINA CARLA SAGUN
9 ESCANLAR, RICARDO III EDQUILA
10 ESPALLARDO, ABIGAIL PEDRO
11 FROGOSO, STEPHANIE ANNE ENRIQUEZ
12 JOSHI, RANEE ENRIQUEZ
13 LASCONIA, JESSIE JAMES NIALA
14 LIBAO, JOSE BENIGNO BALSICAS
15 MONTES, MIKHAIL JETHRO LAZAGA
16 NAGRAMA, GEMSELLE ZOMIL
17 PASTORIZA, LORAINE ROSALES
18 PATRIMONIO, JEFFREY MAQUILING
19 RODRIGO, JERALI DELA CRUZ
20 ROSARIO, DONNA BELLE JAVIER
21 VIDAMO, JUSTIN EDWARD CAPANZANA
22 VILLAFLOR, EMMANUELLE LORETO
23 VILLAREAL, MARIA JHONNIE ZACARIAS
Wow! You are so fast there.. How about Stage 2?
Good Job! Now try Solving Stage 3!
Unbelievable! Great Job! Here's the last Stage:
Congrats! Pretty easy, huh? Lol.. They are actually two different pics. The pics on the left are photos of an Irish electro-music artist, Roisin Murphy. The right pics on the other hand are Lady Gaga's who obviously copied her look from Murphy. I wonder if Murphy copied hers from someone else and that would make them both certified copy cats only of different generations... Lol...
Photos take from: Idolator
Justine is a 29-year-old businesswoman from Caloocan. She's the first to be sent home.
Yeah, the only mechanics you have to follow is to call the number - 09088933333. I tried calling once but I cannot get through. I'll be trying it out in some other time, though.
The following are the Top 10 Examinees:
- 1. Melissa Paulita Villaflor Mariano – University of Santo Tomas (88.17%);
- 2. Erick Sta. Rosa Mendoza – University of Santo Tomas (88.00%);
- 3. Katrina Mae Salcedo Gamponia – University of Santo Tomas (87.67%);
- 4. Tom Edward Ngo Lo – University of the Philippines-Manila (87.58%);
- 5. Riavic Quiday Fuentes – Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation (87.42%);
- 6. Joseph Borromeo Villanueva – University of Santo Tomas (87.17%);
- 7. Ricky Helmuth Hipolito – University of Santo Tomas (87.08%);
- 8. Jaime Alfonso Manalo Aherrera – De La Salle University-Dasmariñas Health Science Campus (87.00%);
- Vincent Bryan De Guia Salvador – University of the Philippines-Manila (87.00%);
- 9. Herbert Zulueta Manaois – University of Santo Tomas (86.92%);
- Ana Noelle Mingo Monisit – Cebu Institute of Medicine (86.92%);
- 10. Melanie Timboy Estolas – University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Mem. Medical Ctr. (86.83%)
Check out the link below for the list of successful examinees:
It's getting hot in here!!!
I am not really a fan of Twitter. I signed up an account a couple of months ago just to check it out because many people are talking about it. I never came back since then after finding out that it's actually boring there. I came back the other day, though since a tv show told me that Sports Illustrated's (SI) Twitter account posted preview pics of the 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. I'm a fan of the cover girl, Brooklyn Decker, so I immediately checked it out. She's just so hot!!! More photoshoot pics posted in SI's Twitter account are posted below (click on the pic to enlarge):
The data was taken from Google Trends on August 16, 2009.
On August 8, 9, 15 & 16, 2009, at various testing centers in Davao, Cebu and Manila, Medicine graduates all over the Philippines will face their last test to finally have that most desired "M.D." beside their name. I don't think it is their toughest challenge though. Back in the Med School, I believe they have undergone several challenges we can't imagine. Successful or not in this new endeavor, they have proven themselves by graduating in the course. The exams could sometimes become unpredictable and failing does not suggest that one is incapable of becoming a registered physician.
However, the struggle does not end after taking the exam. Just immediately after taking it, another set of sleepless nights would be spent thinking whether they pass or not. Well, I just hope they know the remedy on this agony of waiting. But yeah, the internet would be the fastest source of the results. One may ask where to find it first? Many blogs offer this and that but the main source really of any Philippine Board Exam results is the Philippine Daily Inquirer Website called http://www.inq7.net. This is not Philippine Nursing Licensure Exams with 80,000+ takers and thus the results of August 2009 Physicians Board Examination would already be available in a week or two after the exam date.
My Congratulations to every exam taker of the August 2009 Philippine Physicians Board Examination! I salute each and every one of you! Good luck on your exams and on the results!
How about a university? (La Salle Scandal, XU Scandal, Adamson Scandal, Ateneo de Davao Scandal, etc. etc. and even a High School in Davao has one!)
What about a famous local female celebrity? For sure there is one video coined to her name – real or not. (Angel Locsin, Katrina Halili, Maricar Reyes, Ruffa Mae Quinto, Ethel Booba, Maui Taylor to name a few.)
Hmmm... A hotel? Government Agencies? Banks? Malls?
With the advent of technology, video recording intimate encounters seems to be very easy nowadays. There would be nothing wrong about it I guess for as long as it is going to be of personal use. But often they were not intended for it. Some use it to brag to their friends or simply to exploit the woman. Technology also made these videos spread faster with internet uploading and other ways of file sharing. In fact, the keyword ‘Pinay Scandal’ is said to be one of the top keywords being searched in the Philippines since 2005. Google Trends also revealed that most searches for “Pinay Scandal” came from Cagayan De Oro with Makati and Manila following.
This is obviously immorality and this has to end. I hope our legislatures would come up with the law they promised soon. What a shame that the country is a well-known Christian Nation and yet all these things are happening.