Affiliate commissions

What are the first words come up in your mind, when we talk about Affiliates

1/ Manipulated
2/ Corruption
3/ Criminals
4/ Fake
5/ …….

The most are smooth talkers, but 99% use you for there own benefits.

The most programs are on the ”stock market” and are from the same group or work together.

There also programs the never pay-out.

Or have a pay-out limit from 50 or 100$ what not can be reached (manipulated)

Than about the support service – We self had last week a big problem with AGODA – The really not like to resolve inside problems.

There is not a top 3 or top 10 of the most worsted program, the all has there own problems. The are protected their selfs so, that the benefits go to the shareholders and not to you.

We have  examined over a year many of these affiliate programs, and the result where disgusting. 

And than we become on Social Media – Facebook is the most worsted of all – The use to must filters to use and benefits there own money. – Daily to much pop-ups and messages to boost your (affiliate) business links, show your links until you payed for – what a shame.



#Thailand – Facebook lese majeste charges

SIX PEOPLE were charged and put on remand for alleged royal defamation, sedition, and computer crimes on Wednesday after being in military custody since last weekend, according to the Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR).

Among the six was Prawet Prapanukul, a human rights lawyer widely known for defending red-shirt political prisoners such as Daranee Charnchoengsilpakul.

Prawet has denied he posted provocative and insulting messages against the monarchy on Facebook. He has been charged with lese majeste, computer crimes and sedition.

Another suspect who was identified as Danai faced the same charges but officers who brought the case to court did not describe the details of his alleged crimes, only saying he was the same person facing an arrest warrant dated April 28, the TLHR reported. Danai has denied the charges. The four others were accused of defaming the monarchy and committing computer crimes by sharing a Facebook post regarding the mysterious disappearance of the Siamese Revolution plaque. 

Three of them admitted the crimes while the fourth denied the charges. The criminal court rejected bail requests for the six and ordered that they be remanded in custody until May 14.

The THRL stated the six might have been detained in the 11th Military Circle since last Saturday. Relatives and lawyers had not been able to contact them since then, the THRL wrote on its website.

Source – TheNation


#Facebook Messenger Lite comes to 132 countries

In an effort to further expand its Messenger service, Facebook has launched Messenger Lite in 132 new countries.

Messenger Lite is a low-bandwidth version of the original Messenger service that targets Android smartphones that have limited memory and processing power. The service was originally released in Kenya, Tunisia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Venezuela last October. 

As explained by David Marcus, Facebook’s vice president for messaging products, in this post, the service aims to “make sure that everyone can have a great experience with Messenger irrespective of the age of their smartphone.”


“This is why today we’re making Messenger Lite available in 132 additional countries including Germany, Colombia, Italy, Vietnam, Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Turkey, Japan, Taiwan and the Netherlands.” 

While neither Facebook Lite or Messenger Lite currently have the augmented reality camera effects that have made Snapchat so popular and that the main Facebook apps are currently trying to emulate, they’re on their way with Facebook Lite and are likely close behind for its Messenger counterpart, according to The Verge.

Source – TheJakartaPost

Facebook celebrates International Women’s Day with a global live campaign

In Asia-Pacific, 97 per cent of businesses are SMEs and employ over half of the region’s workforce. 

But the region is still missing out on a potential US$89 billion (Bt3.1 billion) by failing to address the challenges women face in starting their own businesses.

Women entrepreneurship has the potential to create more jobs, boost economic growth and diversify Asia’s small business community. 

Facebook is excited for Apac’s women entrepreneurs and have seen a 94-per-cent increase in new women-owned SME Pages.

However, women entrepreneurs still face barriers – from cultural to financial, to an overarching lack of confidence to start and grow their business.

On March 8, International Women’s Day, Facebook is reaffirming its commitment to women entrepreneurs. 

Its SheMeansBusiness initiative, which was launched last year and has now trained more than 8,000 women entrepreneurs in 15 countries and more than 50,000 online, will continue as it works with its partners and experts to create learning and skills opportunities to support women entrepreneurs as it strives to create a level playing field for their businesses to thrive.

To inspire more women across the region to take the leap and help close the gap, Facebook is asking everyone around the world to go Live on Facebook or Instagram on March 8. 

Go Live and shine a light on the women entrepreneurs in your life and tag #SheMeansBusiness.

Along with Sheryl Sandberg, other influencers and supporters of women’s empowerment will participate in IWD Facebook Live series on March 8. 

Thai influencers who will go Live on Facebook to share their opinions on women in business and society include Rarin Thongma, founder and managing director of Otherandbook, a O&B brand. 

A young fashion entrepreneur who turned a $3,000 investment into a business worth more than $7 million by selling shoes online will go Live on at 12.30pm.

Source: TheNation

Facebook helps mother locate son after 33 years of parting

A 54-year-old mother has located her 33-year-old son by simply typing his name on Facebook search, allowing her to meet him in person Wednesday night.

Wiphawadi Thisorn from Udon Thani broke down into tears when she saw her son, Parinya Thisorn, get out of a bus from Chiang Rai at the Hat Yai bus terminal. The son knelt down in front of her and the two hugged and shed the tears of joy at 9 pm Wednesday.

Wiphawadi recounted that the poverty was the main reason that prompted her to separate from Parinya’s father, whose family stays in Chiang Rai’s Wieng Pa Pao district.

She said she could visit her son sometimes shortly after the divorce but she later had to move around from Bangkok to Phuket to seek job so she eventually lost contact with her son.

 Now, she is frequently traveling between Singapore and Hat Yai and she has a house in Hat Yai because she has a food shop in Singapore. Now that she has a more comfortable life she wants to take her son to live with her.

Wiphawadi said when she remembered her son recently, she searched his name on Facebook and it popped up. So, they arranged the meeting in Hat Yai.

Wiphawadi said she felt it was wrong for her to abandon her son.

Parinya said he was very happy to meet his mother because he thought she has died. He said he has never been angry at her for abandoning him. “Now, we will never part,” he said.

Source: TheNation

Popular YouTubers can now stream live from cell phones

In a move against Facebook’s streaming service Facebook Live, YouTube has rolled out the ability to live-stream from mobile devices for creators with 10,000 or more subscribers.

In a blog post, the company stated that the service would be easily accessible from the YouTube app, adding that its features had been tested by “hundreds of creators to refine the mobile streaming experience”. Based on their feedback, live chats were slowed and streaming quality was boosted. 

The feature will also allow creators to monetize their live streams, starting with Super Chat. This would allow viewers and fans to highlight and pin their messages in live chats for a fee, with the hope that it would catch creators’ attention. “Super Chat is like paying for that front-row seat in the digital age,” YouTube said.

YouTube has supported live streaming since 2011 and hosted the most watched political live-streams of all time, the 2016 US presidential debates. But the site had previously not supported mobile streams, unlike Facebook’s Facebook Live and Twitter’s Periscope, as reported by Reuters

According to YouTube, the live streams will share the same features as YouTube’s regular videos. “They can be searched for, found via recommendations or playlists, and protected from unauthorized use.” (sul/kes)

Source: TheJakartaPost

What is going on with Facebook ?

What is going on with Facebook ?

Every Morning I do the same ritual !
Start to shower / take a coffee / check my Email / open my Facebook / Go click Likes on my friends postings. (the happy with that)

But now I become a big surprise, the assholes from Facebook not Like it any more, and block me temporary for clicking Likes (I don’t know for how long)

Fakebook go already down (every idiot can see that) because the fucking Filters.
And we hear that also from many friends.

It is relay time to go post and like on other social media.
The are relay crazy.

This make me mad.

When you use to complain / and click on “Let us know” You use your time !
The NOT response.

Finally a Social Network that Pays you.

It is a gorgeous morning here in Portimao, Portugal a good day for making a video. In the past 24 hours we have had big growth in member numbers this is about to happen more and more each day. Many of your friends are joining and being placed under other people.

I am about to do a Facebook live broadcast explaining how you can take advantage of all this by taking action today.

Now is your day basically. I have been diligently adding all of your names to the binary tree. You need to make relationships with the people who have been placed in your team and to work together with them to recruit.

Even without paying you will still have people added below you but we will give priority to premium members.

For the month of February we are building a temporary tree. On March 1 we will review it and people who have paid will retain their positions and be paid out their commissions up to that date. People who have not paid will drop down to the bottom of the tree and will not be paid any commissions. From then on we will run a similar system monthly for all of 2017 and see how it works out.

Our various features in the site are being gradually updated and improved. Please do not even expect very much to work perfectly yet. We are still very much building an extremely clever website. It is not for the faint hearted believe me. We are hiring our first ever designer and user interface specialist and some new programmers and social media support and help desk people. Today is the best day to take your chance with this. We will always refund every cent that you spend here so please do not see this as any kind of financial risk.

I suggest that you keep your message simple.Once you pay you will activate a link like this with your Crowdify username / Twitter handle instead of mine. Just tell people this. Use this banner if you wish or make your own.

Get paid with me now get paid for posting photos and blogs and for inviting people with me now on Crowdify at

You may think that I have talked a lot about money here. Well that is because money is energy. Energy will be required to fund and support and promote the startups we decide to run campaigns for. Right now we are doing our first one and there will be more soon. Together we will be strong. The power of the crowd.

Source Michaelqtodd

To your success

Invite, teach to use the site and then teach to invite. Easy right?

Message for Facebook: your filters bring you down.

We all go seen that Facebook go down.
The use to many #Filters.
Not any weblink been seen or liked on the mainstream.

The only what the want, you must post on a Business Page, with the option to pay to become visitors.
We do a lot of research with more ‘Social Media Experts’, what for alternative we have.

We see already new interesting websites coming with no sanctions or filters.

We keep you informed

You want more information about business posting, send us an Email


Miss Universe Thailand stuns in barong Tagalog

MANILA – The representative of Thailand in the 65th Miss Universe pageant arrived in Manila on Tuesday evening wearing a stylish barong Tagalog outfit, a kind of traditional Filipino clothing.

Chalita Suansane took to social media to share photos of her in a modern barong Tagalog top decorated with a simple black belt, and white bell bottom pants.

“Safe and sound. Sawasdee ka & Mabuhay,” the 22-year-old Thai beauty queen wrote in the caption of one photo.

Suansane also shared a short video greeting of her on Facebook. “”Mabuhay, Philippines. I am Chalita Suansane para sa Miss Universe pageant. Maraming salamat po!” she said.

Two days before her flight to Manila, Suansane posted a photo of her with her 11 suitcases with the caption “Are you ready?”

Suansane is vying for the coveted Miss Universe crown set to be passed on by outgoing titleholder Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach of the Philippines on Jan. 30 at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City. YG/CDG

Source: TheNation