Saturday, May 28, 2005

Not yet in the Promised Land ...

... but I can see it from here.

As of this moment (9:13 a.m., Saturday, May 28th), 18 fine, upstanding individuals -- scholars and patriots every one -- have clicked on Knappster's Lightspeed Research affiliate link, registered and completed an introductory survey. For me, that means $13.50 in commissions "in the bank."

Here's the thing: In order to get those commissions out of the bank, I need two more upstanding individuals -- scholars and etc. -- to sign up before midnight on May 31st. If my balance is less than $15 at the end of the month, it "rolls over" to the next month. I don't lose it or anything, but I don't get a check until there's $15 or more there.

To put this into perspective, it costs nothing to sign up, it takes only a few minutes of your time, it's rewarding (see my review) ... and $15 buys quite a bit of Knappster Fuel. I've tried striking a rock. Didn't work out. Help me out here.

[Addendum -- As of 8:20 a.m., Sunday, May 29th, the total was at $15.75 -- above the payment threshold. Thanks, y'all!]

No comments: