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I'm Canadian, but usually live elsewhere. At the moment I call Budapest, Hungary home, but will move on soon to a warmer clime. My next port of call will probably be Quito, the capital of Ecuador, where I have use of an apartment in the centre of the city for 6 months each year. I will shoot videos and write travel articles while there, and maintain my internet business. I focus on internet ventures and writing to earn a living because wherever there is an internet connection I'm good to go!

How I Can Help

I provide clients with a number of performance based internet services. What performance based means is that when I say I will earn a client placement on page one of Google, I get paid when what I promised is achieved. I manage affiliate programs, do SEO, create banners, and my favourite jobs to do, write search engine optimized content. I write articles for print too, but prefer web content.

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I love writing, travelling, photography & pretty much anything to do with computers and the web.

3 Reviews by Len

415K Views
9/26/12

I'm both a seller and a buyer on fiverr.com. As a buyer you have to be cautious because there are a lot of scammers on the internet, not just on this site. Most will pull the same scam, offer you an unbelievable deal with a few days completion. They then send you a job completed notice, but in the text say they have started. If you respond without first clicking the button to say you have a problem, you will have accepted that the order is completed. What you need to do it click "Reject Order" if you do not get what you ordered, or you're suspicious of the seller's promise to deliver when he or she says it is done. That way the seller either delivers or you get your money back. Also, if you stick with Level 1 sellers or above, avoid sellers that have sold nothing, and stay clear of sellers with a rating of less than 90% positive ratings, you will be OK.

As a seller, you have to be careful to always produce what you say you will, by the deadline you indicate it will be done. If you don't, you may have your account downgraded to a lower approval rate of suspended completely.

I read a lot of poor reviews sighting customer support communication as a problem. This is my one area of contention with fiverr.com, they're slow to respond sometimes, but do so eventually. Unfortunately, if you are trying to report a con artist abusing their service, this delay can give the cheaters days to victimize more buyers.

Fiverr.com is far better than most micro-job sites though. With one I can not even get them to fix my log in, which is never a problem with fiverr.com. I am told an email was sent with my new password, but it never arrives. Obviously I do not bother with that site, but I wish I could access my account to suspend the gigs. Others my beef is with the delays in payment for gigs I sold. So far all have paid, but whenever they get around to it. Fiverr.com has always paid me instantly once I did request funds be transferred. As well, all monies owed me were refunded money for gigs that I rejected or were not done on time immediately.

I only ranked the site 4 stars out of five only because they really need to improve their communication, and because every few days there seem to be technical glitches. None serious, but with the poor communication, glitches too are enough to cost a star in my opinion... But what I can not do is fault this company for scammers abusing their service. Crooks online are everywhere, and as long as they are suspended once found out the website owner has done all they can. Anything online is a case of. "Buyer Beware".

1.8K Views
9/25/12

CanLookUp.com is a new website promoted as Canada's Virtual Shopping Centre and targets an English speaking Canadian market. One of the features of the site that I like most is the coupons, which are called CLUpons. It just launched, but holds great promise for Canadian shoppers looking for discount coupons online which are not a readily available from retailers here as much as they are in the USA. It looks like it will be a great venue for brick and mortar Canadian businesses, as well as for foreign online marketers wanting to advertises too.

9/25/12

I don't gamble other than to buy the odd lottery ticket. I won a few times, but never saw much in the way of winnings. I always purchased quick pick tickets because they were more convenient. Plus I didn't take lotteries too seriously, other than knowing that without a ticket I had zero chance of winning. Life tossed me a curve that necessitated I take a hard look at anything that promised even a slightest possibility of a return, so I started researching lottery ticket purchases. I figured there had to be a way to improve the odds of winning. Of course my research had me landing on a lot of questionable website, all wanting X number of dollars in exchange for the secret to lottery winnings. Then I happened upon "How To Win The Lottery", which offered a 100% money back guarantee, and I took a chance. The tips were good, but I believe it was the one suggesting to not buy quick picks and select numbers to play each time that generated a winning number. It was just $1000, but on on a $2 ticket I couldn't be happier. I highly recommend this website.

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