VidLyft is a cloud based software that is supposed to help you rank videos quickly and easily, as well as track the rank of your videos over time. Simply put, the AIR (Artificial Intelligence Ranker) doesn’t work, and the Rank Tracker can be found for free. Why would I pay $9.95/month for that?
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eComily a really cool idea, and I wish it was possible. But there are some very clear factors that not only mean this product will not work, but that you should not even spend your money to test it.
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Survey sites are always a popular way of earning money, largely because you don’t need any skills or experience to get going. In this review, I’m focusing on Crowdology, which is popular in some circles. So, how does this survey site stand out and can you actually make money from it?
Points2Shop is an offer-based site – and yet another site promoted as a good way to earn money and/or prizes. At face value, these sites always look so appealing and seem to offer fantastic rewards for relatively little effort. But, how accurate is that really?