What would happen if somebody got someone to sit at the computer clicking their adds all day?
In actual practice - you will get your account closed.
how will they find out?
Also does that mean I can get someone banned by doing it to them?
by aka-dj 8 years ago
We all know how to recognize life, and death. I have heard that modern medical science does not understand why we age and die. Cellular structure and reproduction "should" theoretically go on and on. So why does it not?
by Stephanie Bradberry 5 years ago
Is it a good idea to break up my long and well performing hubs into two or more?I notice that most of my well performing hubs are long ones about literature. Would I be able to boost earning potential if I broke these into two or three hubs? Some of these articles and essays are over 1,000 words...
by Missing Link 8 months ago
If a color comes up 2 out of 12 spins how many would it theoretically come up per 27 spins?My son is working on math that is way beyond me now that am 49-have been out of school for so long. He spun a wheel with a number of colors 12 times and green came up twice and orange once. ...
by Shawn Gourley 8 years ago
Is it not the duty of elected officals of congress to listen to its people?
by Kannan Reddy 6 years ago
What is the maximum number of runs scored in an over in cricket?I have seen 36 runs being scored in an over, but has there been more than that in the history of cricket.
by Oztinato 4 years ago
Why is C squared in the famous formula E=MC2?Why is the constant C squared in Einstein's famous formula E=MC2?I know there are supposed to be math reasons for this but doesn't it seem odd that the "constant" can even be theoretically squared? If a spaceship traveled at the speed C squared...
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