Snags New Gamer Niche
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There's a dispute regarding the use of automated software within applications, ie, the Farmville Vs Gamers Unite episode.
Gamers Unite is a gaming website that has developed an automated `bot` called the `SnagBar` or (snag bar) that makes many tedious tasks in Farmville completely automatic. The software itself is not malicious (despite what many online rumours claim) but the main argument is that many `anti snag bar` FarmVille users are claiming the use of such software constitutes cheating, while `pro snag bar` FarmVille users claim it is simply making long winded tasks much easier.
A similar debate was raised within the gameplay of gaming sensation, World of Warcraft, where many members were famously banned by the creators (Blizzard) from the game for purchasing automated software that levelled up their characters automatically.
Have you been banned for using the Snag Bar?
Here you'll get to snag how a dude makes MILLIONS on Clickbank in this weird Gamer niche:
He's a WEIRD guy in a WEIRD niche - over $1 million on Clickbank!
He reveals this case study is weird: $1 million on Clickbank selling secrets to digital games.
This guy - Tony Sanders - is a total nerdy geek.
But, he makes millions on Clickbank.
And he’s no guru.
(check out the link below to find out and see case studies &strategies on how you can profit from it as well!)
Not only is Tony a little weird.
He’s smart too.
He made his millions on Clickbank without any JV partners...without sending any traffic of his own...without ever spendinga single cent on traffic...without a ‘team’ of people working forhim...
And guess what?
He is showing you how:
Have fun watching while it lasts :)
Bill, aka TVisio
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