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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
WeReward.com is another reason I want to get my hands on iPhone. It is the latest mobile application developed by IZEA. It is the same company that created SocialSpark and Sponsored Tweets.
As the term itself, WeReward will reward or pay you if you can complete tasks and check-ins at your favorite business establishments using your iPhone. Now, here is the catch—when you have reached 1,000 points, you are then eligible to cash out through your PayPal account.
WeReward is easy to install and use in your iPhone.
What you will need?
Social networking sites, specifically Facebook, Twitter or Foursquare
PayPal account to be used for cash out
How it works?
First, you will need to Download the App in your iPhone from iTunes stores and connect it to one of your social networking accounts.
Check-ins and tasks are two ways to earn points. The former will require you to be in specific location to capture photos and talk about your experience. The latter, on the other hand, works like check-ins but you do not need to be in a particular place.
You can also earn points by referring a friend.
When submitting your photo, make sure that it should be a clear representation of the business establishment. It must be a well-framed picture.
In general, WeReward is an exciting experience for people who simply want to have fun using their iPhones.
To know more about how to earn points through WeReward, please watch this video:
Wednesday, June 02, 2010
My Globe Tattoo Mobile Broadband was just a part of the package when I purchased a device. I was thankful when I received it but I regretted choosing it over Smart Bro Mobile Broadband. This is because of the unreliability service of Globe Tattoo.
Here’s the thing: Hoping to stay connected during scheduled power outage, I loaded PHP 100 for my Globe Tattoo Mobile Broadband after I consumed the pre-loaded amount. Unfortunately, my PHP 100 worth of load got wasted simply because I could not connect to the Internet.
I can, however, access the Internet through Globe Tattoo Mobile Broadband early in the morning when there is electricity and I have my DSL on. In other words, it is still useless.
The photo shows that I am receiving Edge Mobile Internet Connection which, according to Globe Tattoo’s connection guide, should get 80 to 120 kpbs and should have a maximum speed of 156 kbps. But after 30 minutes of pressing F5, I still did not have Internet connection. After a few attempts of disconnect-connect, the “this webpage is not available” was still showing up.
Sigh. The Globe Tattoo Mobile Broadband’s campaign ad—Now that you have your own access to the net, you can do whatever you want! Be seen. Be heard. Be more. Discover everything you want in cyberspace. Because this is your Internet—should be: Now, that I have Globe Tattoo Mobile Broadband, I cannot do whatever I want. I cannot be seen, be heard, be more. I cannot discover everything that I want in cyberspace simply because Globe Tattoo Mobile Broadband is an unreliable service and it is not my choice of Internet connection.
Got that Globe? Huh? That should be your campaign ad. You ID-10-T!
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