Generally, when a company wants to generate feedback from its customer base it will offer them a chance to win a prize in exchange for asking them to fill out a survey. Thankfully for Microsoft, /v/ users will gladly do it for free so there's no need for that. But is it ethical? I think companies who're conducting any kind of online questionnaire should be required by law to disclose their identities and intentions beforehand, giving consumers awareness and the freedom to opt out of uncompensated participation in market research if they so choose.
If it's ethical depends on your world view. Are you atheist then it is ethical or not depending on what you feel that day. If you are Christian it depends on what the Bible says and if it's a part of the Bible that applies anymore or not. Otherwise it's like atheists. If you are Muslim then everything is ethical and allowed if it is not forbidden in the Qur'an and hadith. If you are Buddhist it is unethical if it is motivated by anything other than selflessness so maybe yes because it's motivated by a thirst and desire for earthly knowledge. If you are... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1033466 its a grey area, see when the sheep sign up and post their pictures on social media there is small tiny letters saying " that the you waive your right to the copyright of this photo blablabla" basically you upload online it belongs to the company you upload it too , they can sell it . But some website simply waive the right completly making it public property like imgur or chan or whatever. there is no chance youll get sued unless u use kim kardashia or some celeb like that
I need advice biz. I want to make money. I get paid 1600$ every month as my loan. How can i make mote out of it? Is trading stocks worth it?how do i get into it? Pic related, what i have to eat becaus wi blast all my money away bevor the end of the month.
If you've got 30k sitting pretty, you can get a Reg-T margin account and do some serious day trading.
However, trading for a consistent profit takes about 24 months of daily practice. Took me 48, but I'm doing some extra-difficult shit that most people would never even consider trying.
You can buy some shares of an Index Fund or an ETF and let it sit pretty but then you're at the mercy of the markets. Probably not too risky considering the Dow is down to nearly 16k and oil can only drop another $10 before everything goes tits-up. This is probably... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1033412 Pretty much this. Once you've got a handle on the factors that you can control, the only one left is average age of credit history, which only goes up with the passage of time AND if you don't open new accounts.
Buy a car. Your credit score doesn't improve over time. In fact, if you're doing the same shit over and over again it can drop. You need to flex your credit often to keep it high. Best thing to do is buy a high ticket item, like a car. My brother was stuck at 750. He financed a $5k car and it jumped up 80 points.
Sup /biz/ I was actually thinking about starting a social media company. The thing is I don't know where to look to find more information. I have a few thousand, I could probably hire some drive people, but I want to know relevant information. Start-up cost, time to break even, Yearly revenue, expenses. You know the essentials, and whether or not it's a viable business option. If anyone can give me any websites, books, or personal experience I would greatly appreciate it. I honestly don't know what would be more profitable marketing to business or marketing to individuals. So please send me in the write direction that doesn't involve sucking dicks. Thanks!
>>1033355 Ok I understand that developers to create a a website would be expensive. But I just need more resources to understand this business. I know there's a market for it, but I definitely need to know more. Start up cost, time to break even, annual revenue etc.
>>1033326 With low interest rates, the individual investor was forced to put their money into the stock market. The tech industry is sort of propped up on the low interest rates VC cash injection, so I think that a lot of overvalued tech stock might start plummeting if interest rates go up
What's the consensus here on Danger and Play/Mike? He made like $80k via royalties (based off of him saying 'around $100k') off of his self published book, which is honestly pretty terrible. How much was he pulling pre book?
What else decent is coming out of the manosphere biz?
Is there much of a difference in terms of investment strategies in australia compared to the majority discussed here which are generally american based?
I'm 23 with about $50,000, about to start back at work after a year off and haven't got a solid investment plan.
Real estate is quite expensive here so i would still need a fair bit of time before I have a good enough deposit together. I've just sold my car and will need to buy another one which I'm planning on spending $10-15000 on.
Whats the best use for the rest... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I've heard that with China removing the one child policy, Chinese pollution contaminating food, and Australia's land endowment, agriculture and exports of wheat etc from Aus to China is going to be big in the coming decades. Not sure how valid that is though.
I have 200$ coming into an account on monday. I pln on pumping a small bit of my check in each month. Not looking to get rich quick, I know that's unrealistic. What I do want to do is invest in a few strong companies with decent dividends an forget about it. Eventually put my earnings into more stock and just let it grow over time.
Which companies are a reasonable starting point? I've been looking at Ford, BP, and a few legal dispensaries.
>>1033228 Do you think gold is the best option? I'm looking for something I can buy with credit cards and cash in later without losing too much of the value. Stash it away, then not pay the credit card bills and go under. Weather the storm for awhile, then secretly cash in whatever I bought and have $20,000 to use as a down payment to buy a house under my sister's name.
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