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1  .WS/GDI Discussion / Questions & Issues / Re: Newbie's Urgent Question on: November 28, 2017, 02:17:03 PM
GDI is not in the auto responder business.

However, the best place to seek help setting up an AR is to watch the how to videos
on Youtube.

Good luck, you will figure it out, keep practicing.
2  .WS/GDI Discussion / New Member? / Re: More Info on: November 28, 2017, 02:17:03 PM
Log into your members area

www.website.ws/members

Click on upline
3  .WS/GDI Discussion / New Member? / Re: More Info on: November 28, 2017, 02:17:03 PM
Hello Peter
4  .WS/GDI Discussion / General Comments / Re: I need to know how many daily visits my hosting space supports neednēd Definicio on: November 28, 2017, 02:17:03 PM
Do you think you will exceed 100,000 hits within a 30 day period buying traffic?
5  .WS/GDI Discussion / Questions & Issues / Re: Adsense and sitebuilder on: October 05, 2017, 09:25:37 AM
Before you attempt to sign up with Adsense.

Read the TOS for publishers.
Being a website owner makes you a website publisher.

Google takes their business seriously and they expect their publishers to be
serious with your own website. Totally different ballgame then what you see
with the junk in traffic exchanges.

You should make yourself a 25 page website by category.

You should wait at least six ( 6 ) months before you apply and submit your
website to Google.

Google wants publishers that's getting organic traffic from the search engines from
peoples searches when they are seeking what they are looking for.

If you want to make money with Google, play by their rules.
You only get one chance to do it right or they will deactivate your account.

Before setting up with Adsense, be better to set up with other contextual ads first
such as Adhits or Bidvertiser etc.

6  .WS/GDI Discussion / Questions & Issues / Re: Problems getting into my .ws email on: August 20, 2015, 12:57:24 PM
https://email.ws

User name:  complete .ws email address

7  .WS/GDI Discussion / Questions & Issues / Re: Freezing Account? on: October 02, 2007, 08:09:48 PM
There is no freezing the account.

When the billing cycle attempts to debit and uncollected, GDI attempts to debit for the next 28 days. I'm not sure just exactly when GDI lowers your status to inactive, but this will be when you loose your content to your website. 

It's always a good practise to be prepared for the unexpected and save a back up copy of your website work.

If a member becomes inactive, then your downline moves up to your sponsor, so you will lose your downline.

In the event cash flow prevents meeting the following months payment, since GDI now excepts paypal, there are
many good PTC sites that pays via paypal, therefore using free money to pay for the most important marketing tool
that every work from home person must have, that is your own website, hosting all your affiliate programs.
8  .WS/GDI Discussion / Questions & Issues / Re: I've got email problems too on: October 02, 2007, 08:09:48 PM
I'm not sure if GDI uses keywords to block spam mail or not, this could be the case.  Then it's possible the email was incorrect, but assuming the email was correct with the proper email address, then GDI might be using keywords to block spam.  Example:  using the word Free is a target keyword to block spam,  so type the word  F.r.e.e  Fr.ee  same using money m.oney

When I create .ws email addresses,  I also create a google email.  Then I forward all my email to the Google gmail.
9  .WS/GDI Discussion / New Member? / Re: Hello from the " Show me State " on: March 04, 2007, 08:59:53 PM
Hello everyone,

I'm Rod DeVaney, here in Poplar Bluff, Mo.  I have to admit, this is my second go around with GDI, even when
I was a member over three years ago I dropped out with a having a downline that exceeded my monthly cost, a
newbie  mistake.

Just a few short months I have rebuilt my business and the downline is growing.

My advice,, every business person needs a top level domain, use your website to host your affiliate
programs.  GDI income is secondary till it becomes a primary. In time  business will grow with rewards.

Rod





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