I do truly believe that the future of advertising will go in the direction that the end-user will be paid for their data over the current model and right now there are a few options out there and I have spoken about both before: Why BAT can change the ecosystem and Gener8: My Review.
So today we will be doing a light-hearted review about the two different ways of selling your data and earning from it and which one I think is better. I am sure people will disagree and that’s fine, I would love to read your comments but do remember I am not focusing on the features of the browsers themselves but rather the earning side of it. I will be mixing up the positive and negatives so let’s go!
Earning money passively is always a good thing and while there are many sources of passive income most have a high barrier of entry to the point if you can buy into that income you likely do not need it anyway.
Honeygain is a passive earner that you can install on your computer or mobile (no virtual machines or datacentres however which is something I will touch on later) with the idea that it uses your Internet connection to download and upload which in exchange they credit your account.
I am sure as a reader you have either watched Playing Games with Snat, heard about it or have found this link via Google as you are doing your own Lets Play or having problems overlaying audio with footage.
If you are having this problem then carry on reading and if not, why are you here?
The main problem most people have (and the same one I did) is assuming that the audio is recorded as a fix length of time â€“ aka if you recorded 30 minutes of gaming footage and 30 minutes of commentary that it will overlay without any problems. This is not exactly true as I have discovered sampling is what really matters and then secondly making sure audio is recorded without any skips. Continue reading →