Darkstar2 wrote:proadco wrote:Quote: #3 by Darkstar2
I stick to this theory, and I do not buy into this ranking rubbish it means nothing really. Just like the Dow Jones now means nothing, because now it is kept in rally mode because of the false hope o fa trade deal with China, but when reality sets in and Fed won't give a f*ck about economy and reducing rates further as they should, or the when prospects of a trade deal will fade, you will see those numbers go down, would not be surprised to see the Dow plunge below 24k before the end of the year, and we are not even in a recession YET, it will be far worse if and when a recession comes.
The left foot, the GPT sites loves a crashing economy and high unemployment, that creates more
poverty and online income seekers who lost their job and then has to resort to GPT to earn enough
to buy a loaf a bread, jar of peanut butter and a case of Ramen Noodles.
It also means less consumption and less spending - less advertisers, less publishers, less work, more dilution to too many members (demand far exceeding the offer) then you have tons of people complaining of no work due to dilution, so no, just because you will get more online income seekers do es not mean there will be enough work for everyone, quite the opposite. Though you might likely see reduced pay rates and more half penny jobs. The sites that will benefit the most from a crashing economy are SCAM sites, creating false hope and luring the desperate, who will be willing to invest the remainder of their hard earned savings, 401k, etc into bullsh*t ponzi schemes, during last recession and crisis, the HYIP business was booming and at its peak, some people put their entire savings and retirement down the toilet in big HYIP such as GeniusFunds, Panamoney etc, big money, do you honestly think legit sites will get good business, no way ! they will be the first to struggle.
That's why I've always stuck with my measly $10.00 a month program since 2006 and ping pong
around with GPT sites.
When this was ClixSense, it was very easy to muster up a measly $10.00 a month.