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The Social Network Academy

The Social Networking Academy – Business Review by David Harris “The Social Networking Academy”, by Jo Barnes and found at thesocialnetworkingacademy.com, is an educational system for generating revenue with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social media sites. The Social Networking Academy provides video tutorials, training manuals and webinars that how to use social media marketing for promoting any of your businesses, websites, etc. You can even learn how to become an expert in your niche. Not only do you learn …
 

MobileXpression mobilexpression.com

MobileXpression Review by David Harris “MobileXpression”, by MobileXpressions and found at mobilexpression.com, is an online mobile market research panel created to collect consumer usage and opinions about mobile internet apps and websites. This information is gathered for companies that use the research for adjusting and improving marketing plans that target people who use mobile phones. Eligibility includes being 18 years old and up and you must own a qualified mobile smart phone from a participating mobile phone carrier that accepts …
 

Mobile Money Bandit

Mobile Money Bandit a Scam? Mobile Money Bandit by Justin Elenburg, found at mobilemoneybandit.com, has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of Mobile Money Bandit, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “Mobile Money Bandit“. Then click on the “Vote For Review” button. When enough votes have been accumulated, we will start the business research process and get a review of “Mobile Money Bandit” completed a soon …
 

Mobile Money Machines

Mobile Money Machines a Scam or Legitimate? Mobile Money Machines by Frank Lucas and Matt Marcus, found at mobilemoneymachines.com, has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of Mobile Money Machines, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “Mobile Money Machines“. Then click on the “Vote For Review” button. When enough votes have been accumulated, we will start the business research process and get a review of “Mobile …
 

iZigg

iZigg a Scam or Legitimate? iZigg, found at izigg.com, has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of iZigg, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “iZigg“. Then click on the “Vote For Review” button. When enough votes have been accumulated, we will start the business research process and get a review of “iZigg” completed a soon as possible. You will be notified when the review has been …
 

Mobile Money Code

Mobile Money Code Scam Review by David Harris “Mobile Money Code” by Greg Anderson, found at mobilemoneycode.com, is a slick scam site looking to get you hyped up on getting involved with the new mobile technology craze by selling you stuff you can get from your own domain and host provider for much cheaper. Right away you know they’re looking for suckers who would buy it on the first opt-in. However, just in case that doesn’t happen, they give you …
 

About Us

Hi! My name is David Harris, I’ve been on the internet since 1999. Just like you, through trial and error, I’ve had my fair share of lost money ‘scams’ and broken promises. It seemed like one after another! All I’ve ever wanted was a fighting chance at making money online so I could spend more time with my two young kids instead of having to battle the daily rush hour traffic. All I’ve ever wanted was a fighting chance at …
 

Arbitron Mobile

Arbitron Mobile by David Harris Arbitron Mobile Trends is a marketing and research app (application) for mobile devices that offers surveys you can take in exchange for some rewards. The surveys deal mostly with shaping mobile services and apps and helping improve the mobile industry. They operate out of Finland. Mobile Trends uses aggregated and anonymous statistics to research and develop products and services for mobile app usage, and also to understand how smart phones and mobile apps are utilized …
 

My Fun Life

My Fun Life Review by David Harris “My Fun Life”, by Dan Edwards and found at myfunlife.com, is a multi-level marketing (MLM) business. It uses the Travelocity booking system for its travel-based product arm. My Fun Life provides no products, only a recruitment based compensation plan, and that smells a lot like a pyramid scheme. My Fun Life payment structure deals only in commissions on newly recruited members and their monthly fees. You have to pay $21 per month to …
 

Viral Postcard System

Viral Postcard System by David Harris “Viral Postcard System”, by Kit Elliott and found at viralpostcardsystem.com, is a multi-level marketing business and our regular readers already know our opinion here about MLMs. Those of you just getting here should know we frown on that model of marketing, but it’s not just our opinion, we base it on facts. Facts indicate that MLM has a 99% failure rate, and Viral Postcard is no different. Well, a little different, but still just …
 
 
 
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