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Off topic & small talk: Guide: All bonus offers with free VPN (Page 2)

Topic created on 12th Apr. 2024 | Page: 2 of 2 | Answers: 18 | Views: 936
dazzle_tea
Amateur

Langhans wrote on 12.04.2024 at 11:52 a.m.: I wouldn't want to carry the butt of all those ungrateful people who stumble around here just because of free stuff and have a nervous breakdown and tantrum because there are 10 or 20 booger twisters less a day But Hustle certainly only means well...was just my personal view on this dramatic matter

i'm a bit surprised, especially because i remember that you also had to overcome one or the other technical difficulty and that others helped you with it. i also found the whole excitement quite ridiculous until i realized that vpn is not part of daily life for everyone and that the whole problem therefore looks more difficult / bigger than expected.


apart from that, you can leave the cat in the village. all large and functioning aff sites are (still) successful on the market because they do their job well (please include everything that belongs to it here) and also have a vital, in the best case constantly growing community. one means for the sustainable success of such a community are, among other things, so-called incentive systems - and in the best case they are a win for both sides.
and if you see it that way, then you can leave the demand for gratitude at home with the cat.

gratitude in itself is a good thing, but an attitude of expectation in this regard is not. and also not at all appropriate, least of all from the users. that poisons the forum atmosphere. also sustainably.
my 10 cents on the subject.

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Langhans
Expert
dazzle_tea wrote on April 13th, 2024 at 10:07 pm:

i am a bit surprised, especially because i remember that you also had to overcome one or the other technical difficulty and others helped you with it. i also found the whole excitement quite ridiculous until i realized that vpn is not part of daily life for everyone and the whole problem therefore looks more difficult / bigger than expected.


apart from that, you can leave the cat in the village. all large and functioning aff sites are (still) successful on the market because they do their job well (please include everything that belongs to it here) and also have a vital, in the best case constantly growing community. one means for the sustainable success of such a community are, among other things, so-called incentive systems - and in the best case they are a win for both sides.
and if you see it that way, then you can leave the demand for gratitude at home with the cat.

gratitude in itself is a good thing, but an attitude of expectation in this regard is not. and it's not appropriate at all, least of all from the users. it poisons the forum atmosphere. also in the long term.
my 10 cents on the subject.

oh dear, please don't drag me into such a fruitless discussion late in the evening...I've just got to do a wager here and don't have much time left. Of course you couldn't have known that In any case, I've already had technical questions here and I was willingly helped, for which I was very grateful and will be in the future. I would also ask again at any time if I had a concern. To be honest, I didn't quite understand the middle part - I don't think that applies to me. As far as gratitude is concerned, I can only go by my own experience. As far as I can tell, I'm never ungrateful, so that shouldn't harm the forum atmosphere at least. Despite all the controversy, a good minimum level of decency and community spirit would certainly be good for everyone, and most people have it. But certainly not everyone. We can see that the whole extent of this was ridiculous.

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flaschenposter
Experienced
unfortunately I'm not familiar enough with the subject - so don't laugh if I'm totally wrong! - but shouldn't the whole thing also run via a proxy? i.e. the proxy for the GJ visit, without having to run everything via vpn?

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BinGOLDiG
Expert
By the way, Opera has a setting that refreshes your browser every few minutes...that gives you points for activity 😁

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