While it works, it does not provide profit, a lot of gain for a false badge ... A lot of work and not really any gain.
It surely does provide you with significant profit! It would shoot you all the way up to the 70% rates.. which is surely a lot more profitable than the current 40%-ish rates most of us are in
@Wickedpixel.. only problem I’m stumbling uppon is that I do not own $30,000.
A legal issue might be owning more than one account – you’d have to make a deal with a friend to be your accomplice
Why would you want to use Windows Mail anyway, when there’s something called Gmail? Also.. of course the chess game is hard to beat – it was copied from a well-known competitor of MicrosoftBut isn’t discspace limited, which means you haven’t got archives of emails a few months back? No, I would use a gmail account if I had to, but only if I had software which had copies of all my emails on my hd’s.
That’s where you hit the gold. In the years I’ve used Gmail, I havn’t deleted a single email. And I’ve only used 6% of my 7320MB inbox! The search-function is (how could it not be, it’s google after all) of a high standard, too.
Also, I cannot imagine having all my emails stored at my home computer – this would ruin accessing my email from school.
Perhaps I’m a bit of a cheater as I never recieve files the size of a 2 hour movie, but still. If you were to get those, you could download only those and delete them.
Gmail = Great Mail
Anyhow I still have this idea that PHP is the best web language there is. It just seems so scalable. But what do I know, I’m a designer.
I have little knowledge of other web languages, but PHP has served my every needs so far! It’s easy to apply and has an astonishing amount of functions.