The Deal Vs. Engagement; Stringfly Engages
So, it’s about 6AM… You are out getting a cup of Joe; you need it bad, because you are still in zombie mode. The best part about it is you are getting paid to try out this stuff you’re not even really sure that you’re going to like. From the corner of your eye, you see a Prius flying like a bat out of hell around the corner and it starts going up a one way street!
What are you going to do?
You have to pull out your phone, video this and get this on YouTube, like yesterday!
Whoa! Wait a minute!
You are getting paid to try a cup of Joe which is no longer needed to wake you up because of the Prius you saw going up a one way street being driven by a man in drag… If you can get paid to try a cup of Joe, why can’t you get paid to submit a video that you shot with your iPhone of something that is not likely to happen again unless it’s in an Adam Sandler movie?
Okay, you’re probably thinking by now; “Why am I getting paid to try a cup of Joe? Who would pay me for that? Would a Prius really even go fast enough to outrun someone using a walker?”
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OneNews is an interactive news portal for those who wish to become “citizen reporters” with your mobile phone, upload text, photos and videos of breaking news as it is happening. Getting news outlets their stories can enable you to become the next Mike Wallace.Continued on the next page