What would ActiveRain be like if the points were money?
I don't really get it. Qassia says "Come to mama" and has a picture of a belly with a tattoo... the tattoo says "Qassia." Ok....
Your Qassia invite from me: http://maureenmccabe.qassia.com/
I did rather well in inviting people to AcitiveRain a real estate network for points that aren't really worth anything. They show the credit for inviting on Qassia as dollars. Do you find cash compelling?
The Qassia site says:
"Qassia is fantastic because you get credit for sharing your intelligence. The more credit you earn, the better your websites will rank. And you get a backlink to your website for every intel you add - only Qassia gives you unlimited quality backlinks.
Last but not least, Qassia also has the best ad revenue sharing system on the Internet, so in effect you get paid for promoting your websites. Qassia rocks!
The more people join Qassia, the more everyone will benefit, so give Qassia a spin. Signing up takes less than a minute, so you've got nothing to lose."
The emphasis is mine. Scam? Scheme? I wish I could tell you who invited me this morning but I barely remember it. If Jeff Turner had not sent me a Tweet on Twitter about it would I have even remembered about Qassia this evening?
It looks like I've racked up 3500 dollars today by inviting people. Yes dollars not points... I got to go back and read what this is about.
Just what you need another social media place... another profile page. Qassia is a beta.
Again your Qassia invite from me: http://maureenmccabe.qassia.com/