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There Is No Rainbow, And No Pot Of Gold

Too many blog owners have been lured into Internet publishing by the promise of easy riches. We see various optimistic promises, in the many blogs reported in Blogger Help Forum: Something Is Broken, under hopeful topics like "Please restore my blog - I don't spam!".
If you don't even have a website, there are so many ways to earn money online. You can Get paid to take online surveys, Get paid by reading email, Get paid by surfing the Web etc. You can work from home, without any knowledge about building websites at all.

Here, we've put together a list of the best, and the most popular money making methods seen today. We try to cover all methods and companies, which give various kinds of offers for making money online. Making money online is a dream for many people in this world - but it's not hard as you might think.
The person who wrote this blog introduction is probably not the first to believe this, nor will he be the last. He's just one more.

The recently issued Spam Appeal Guidelines specifically forbid everything suggested in the first paragraph.

Content or links referencing GPT, PTC, PTS
Get paid to take online surveys, Get paid by reading email, Get paid by surfing the Web

'Make money from home' / 'Make money fast'
work from home, without any knowledge about building websites

There's no pot of gold in the Blogger Blogosphere, folks. Sorry.

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F.A.Ellis said…
And to think I thought there was a pot a gold at end of a blog.Great piece!
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