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i just joined the website, but it is really working for me as i have made two euros in an hour, and i have spend weeks here and i have just earned 0.64euros. please is anybody else usingthe site, willit contnue like that orit's just a welcome season?
I have made some attempts on this site. However, I find it really parasitic. I answer a question, and shortly someone else comes along and offers a paraphrase of my answer. These usually tend to be long-standing members. I can only assume that they are parachuting in on my answer because they know they will be attributed the revenue instead of me.
Ouch! LOL as a long standing member of Webanswers I can attest to the fact that I do not do this! The fact is that only about 10% of answers get 'awarded' so as long as you have a quality answer (that increases your quality score) then you will earn Google Adsense impressions!
I was very active and have over 4000 answers - now I answer about 10-20 answers a month and still earn at least $50 a month from the site!
This is what i do, i'll ask a good question, that i know people search alot. You can even check your question phrase with the keyword search, so when i ask the question, i'll do the research to the answer myself! And i will wait for people to give in their little short answers, after some answers of two, the i will answer my question and award it to myself. And it's really working for me.
Well, I had an unidentified Adsense click today and am assuming it is the first return from Webanswers, because I have not yet added it into the Adsense url channels to be reported separately.
That's motivating me to carry on, specially since it came to about five times as much as my HubAds payment for yesterday
I started on webanswers a few weeks ago, and have been awarded about 18 times now, but to be honest I think you earn more if the answer doesn't get awarded to you or anybody. At least my google adsense has at last crossed the payment threshold! now I have to wait to be paid! I like it, but it does get a little bit same ish all the time!
I have been a member for a few weeks now and have about 4 awarded answers but they are not earning me money. I earn more if it does not get awarded. I also started earning money faster at webanswers then here at hubpages.
I have had a growing suspicion that many of the questions on WebAnswers are not from genuine users.
Today, I found positive proof.
I answered a question from user "joelanna"
"My parents were both born in italy, moved to france and thats where i wz born. Does that make me an italian or french citizen...
Are there any websites that explains french laws as far as citizenship goes?"
Out of curiosity, I then looked at other questions by this user, and found the following:
"I became an us citizen in '93. i nvr noticed the document says i'm from poland.. but i was born in germany
I cannot get license issued until this is resolved. can anyone point me in the right direction?"
Obviously it is physically impossible to be born in France and also in Germany.
This concerns me somewhat. For a start, if virtual askers are being generated, it is obvious these questions will never get an answer awarded. More worryingly, could this have a future negative impact on Adsense, etc if these questions are being lifted wholesale from other sites?
I get what you mean, and this is what i think, if questions are auto generated, believe me, it would be more perfect than that, but what i noticed is that, some new users, are anxious to start making money, so they dont really know how the website works, therefore the start asking questions that to me are irrelevants. They think they can earn by asking questions.
by inggo5 years ago
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by sethpowers5 years ago
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by princess g6 years ago
Anyone else doing it? I just started last week, and I was wondering if anyone else is there, and how you like it.
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by Susannah Birch6 years ago
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