HYIPNEWS BIWEEKLY OBSERVER WEEK 5

Updated: 02/04/2011 15:29
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Our last Observer should have been released last Friday. It turned out to be impossible due to technical reasons, therefore we publish a brief overview of our development today

Our last Observer should have been released last Friday. It turned out to be impossible due to technical reasons, therefore we publish a brief overview of our development today. Especially, that we almost don't have enough time to write. A financial year is actively gaining momentum and activity in high-yield industry has increased. Meanwhile, unfortunately, investment activity remained the same. This creates a shortage of money and low activity of advertisers. Many monitors have reduced the price of advertising and administrators do not get any effect from the promotion. Therefore, my team and I spend more time searching for options of effective and reliable accumulation of capital funds in order to offer something that our readers will like.

Having this in mind, we placed the comment form directly under the news and provided an opportunity to comment for EVERYONE. Of course, we check your posts and delete spam but there isn't a lot of it so far so it is not a problem.Therefore, we maintain an open policy and believe that anyone can say ANYTHING at HYIPNews.com.

Our agency continues growing and we found that half of information is provided by UNREGISTERED users. Once we allowed anonymous posts, many investors became active! Of course, there is some criticism and hard questions but it's only for good. And we will do everything to motivate our visitors for feedback. First positive results you find see here.

Oh, I almost forgot! We have already released 6 publications of New HYIP Dictionary! We are preparing a separate page for this dictionary and are writing new articles. Do not forget that we will be glad to consider your comments, because we want to form the most comprehensive collection of terms in high-yield industry. We believe that every investor should begin his way with such a dictionary. Otherwise he simply won't understand what he is dealing with and will let crafty and eloquent swindlers fool him! Do not let fraudster fool you and good luck.


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Nicole Berger has over seven years experience writing and editing for online and print media. She has held various editor and associate editor positions in some of forefront independent media publications. A consistently dependable team player, I thrive in a high-pressure environment, enjoy the challenges of meeting deadlines and managing a team, and am comfortable researching, writing and editing on a wide range of topics.
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