by Paula Neal Mooney
Today I was cruising TechCrunch's post about Explode! and in the comments section I saw a guy pitching something called the Million Dollar Avatar.
I headed on over to the Million Dollar Avatar, and was as happy as a pig in slop when they approved my quick application and my big face made it on the Million Dollar Avatar's front page.
After I joined the Million Dollar Avatar and started surfing the site, I found this in the Million Dollar Avatar's FAQs page:
How do I become a member?
Becoming a Million Dollar Avatar member is very easy. First, walk-thru the 2 step registration process to register your profile and pay the $10/yr membership fee....
Hold the phone Million Dollar Avatar maker!
Who said anything on the Million Dollar Avatar's terms and conditions about money?
(Not that I read those things anyway. But I did just select all and try to find a dollar sign -- no dice.)
Neither could I find out how to win a free membership as stated in the little star thingee on Million Dollar Avatar's first blog posting.
So I'm a little confused, but at least the Million Dollar Avatar guy says he's tithing 10% of the revenue to Lance Armstrong's Live Strong campaign to fight cancer.
Maybe this is a great thing...
Plus, I do have a ton more links and my Technorati ranking is 5,338 -- thank You, Yeshua! -- but I don't know if this is due to Million Dollar Avatar, Explode! or something else.
I still don't know when or how the Million Dollar Avatar plans to collect his 10 bucks.
What do you think?
Is the Million Dollar Avatar a scam or a genius akin to the Million Dollar Homepage?
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