Andrew Neal
Andrew Neal thanked David Shabazi's answer

I already use blurtit.com just to willingly help out students who need assistance in mathematics questions (mostly), but to get paid to ask and answer questions? Blurtit would be my homepage! Haha

Though that would mean lots and lots of other people around the world would start using this site too, which may make the site … Read more

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Andrew Neal commented
Images could come from advertisers and we find the perfect question and answer for the image. Example: Someone on BlurtIt asks about the calories of sandwich at local food restaurant. Subway could advertise their restaurant with an image of one of their sandwiches with the calories posted below it. When people want to know the … Read more
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Andrew Neal commented
I'm glad that you like the idea. Swagbucks has seemed to have gotten some kind of idea with their platform, but I don't know if that direct path would help BlurtIt. WebAnswers has a nice idea, but they limit their users on a lot. I cannot help but like the idea of Teckler's (http://teckler.com) blogging … Read more
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Andrew Neal answered

Imagine getting paid by BlurtIt for participating in the community by asking and answering questions. Nice thought, right? Most would say that it would fail but some might see monetization in a different scope than I would.

It is quite easy to make money from BlurtIt. It's just finding the initiative to bring the idea … Read more

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Andrew Neal answered Daniel Cristea's question

A school project? Right. When I see a website that links to survey paying site, which it is, then I immediately ignore it. This link is about online shopping and you'll get paid if someone does it. By the way, this content is considered spam and would probably get you banned.

Andrew Neal
Andrew Neal thanked Adila Adila's answer

Would need to be more user 'friendly' because I for one get really agitated with all these different buttons on mobile apps, mobile apps are for on the go and therefore need to be straight to the point with their service! I personally think we need to have our own 'personalised' blurtit pages, where we … Read more

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Andrew Neal answered Yo Kass' question

Having a chat service would be quite useful, but having the core of BlurtIt not in the app would just make it useless. We are competing with other services; such as Yahoo! Answers, Quora, and Ask.com.

I'd look at the interface of both Quora and Yahoo! Answers and get inspired to use a clean interface … Read more

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Andrew Neal thanked Miranda Innaimo's answer

WORDPRESS
I use wordpress to run my website mirandainnaimo.com
From there, I maintain an audience of readers who follow my blog (poetry, prose, music, vlog, and NaNoWriMo).

TWITTER

I am able to find and follow my readers, tweeting to them of my recent publications, blog posts, and random ideas and pictures … Read more

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Andrew Neal answered Jessica Hall's question

If you enjoy a good thriller, I highly recommend any of John Hart's novels. One of my favorite books by the author is entitled, "Down River."

Adam has a violent streak, and not without reason. As a boy, he saw things that no child should see, … Read more

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Andrew Neal answered Blurt It's question

There are various ways to get your writing out. For example, Amazon Kindle is widely used and it's attracting millions over the world. Then you have a site for those interested in sharing their stories or reading others like Wattpad. If you want something simple, I recommend using a Wordpress.com account. It's often a good … Read more

Andrew Neal
Andrew Neal answered Blurt It's question

There are various ways to get your writing out. For example, Amazon Kindle is widely used and it's attracting millions over the world. Then you have a site for those interested in sharing their stories or reading others like Wattpad. If you want something simple, I recommend using a Wordpress.com account. It's often a good … Read more