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We are in development to bring you Ask, Answer, and Earn.

We are inviting individual professional to join us when we launch this service. If you are knowledgeable in any questions posted by our members here at, you get paid (approved by the user who asked the questions).

So what's up if you launch service, you ask? 
It's an opportunity for you to earn easy money, no affiliation or membership fees required to become a member of community.

For example, a member asked a question regarding a comparison between iPhone, Adroid, and Blackberry. You as individual happen to know or had past experienced with subject in question, you may offer your answer, and if the user is satisfied you get paid!

Another possible questions or examples, a member ask a question regarding credit card, mortgage rates, 401K investment, news about "anything", anti-virus, malware, help desk, and other IT related questions. You answer them and a user satisfied with you post (answer), then you get paid! Again a simple way to make money.

What are you waiting for? Go to and start answering questions to make money. See terms and condition of the service.


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