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What is Going On With the Paid Autosurf Programs Lately?
By: Andrew Daigle
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    2006-04-03

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    So where does this leave the paid autosurf industry? As you can imagine, many will move offshore to continue business and get outside the reach of the SEC and others will conform to the new regulations to stay in business. As of this writing, many autosurf programs have changed to manual surf programs. That means instead of just clicking a surf button and walking away for 5 or 10 minutes, the surfer is actually required to view and manually click a link that moves on to the next website advertisement. This makes sense and in the end, will be more beneficial to the advertisers paying money to have their websites viewed by surfing members.

    As for more programs moving their businesses offshore and out of the reach of U.S authorities like the FBI or SEC, I would not consider doing business with any of these programs. If they don’t have to answer to anyone, then why wouldn’t this be a perfect breading ground for scammers and thieves?

    The bottom line is the paid surf industry is currently evolving. The days of the paid autosurf will be going away and the paid manual surf programs appear to be taking their place. This will be a big benefit to advertisers as well as the companies generating income from these advertising dollars. We will also see the insanely high return rates promised by these paid programs to come down to earth which will be a huge boom to this industry.

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