Friday, March 17, 2017

The rise and fall of the Roman Empire

On November of 2013, a team consisting of three men made their debut and quickly changed the face of the WWE, one of those men was Roman Reigns. The silent Powerhouse of The Shield. His contributions whilst still being part of the stable made him very prominent, those accomplishments were, record-tying most survivor series eliminations and record breaking eliminations in a single rumble. He was surely in the keen eyes of the WWE universe but not as much as Vince McMahon. It so happens the chairman of the board set his sights on making Roman Reigns the face of the company and it made sense, he had the looks, he was big and strong but the news spread to the WWE universe and soon the fans were in fear of having another John Cena, meaning predictable storyline, underdog booking and always going over.

 And then the the worst happened, at the royal rumble 2015 match, Reigns emerged victorious after a very lackluster show and predictable winner. That event marked the official fall of the Roman Empire, part of it could be due to the lack of predictability, the other could be because the fans had this foreseen and then due to Daniel Bryan, due to his rise in popularity and lack of main event spotlight. The crowd turned on Roman Reigns who not only was the face but was also heading into the main event of the biggest wreslting event, WrestleMania and that too against the biggest heel on the roster, Brock Lesnar. 

Original plans were rumored for Reigns to beat Brock Lesnar and cement his legacy as WWE's top star but due to the overwhelming negative reaction from not only fans but critics, WWE changed there plans and had him lose the match. At the end of the year, then champion Seth Rollins (who cashed in his money in the bank contract during the Lesnar-Reigns match at WrestleMania) was forced to vacate his WWE world championship due to an injury, he was scheduled to face Roman Reigns in the upcoming payperview but the idea was scratched and a tournament was held instead, it was pretty apparent Reigns was to win the tournament and once again was met with negative reactions. 

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Earnably - Globally Accepted

Hey everyone
Thought I'd share about a site called Earnably. Honestly, I hate to recommend any sites to people who are not in the USA or Canada. Several of the ones I use are considered global sites but everyone who joins them always tells me they have very little or no activities available. Keeping that in mind I started playing around with Earnably. As far as i know it's global but the amount of offers may vary.

You gather points by doing the offers and once you have enough you can exchange them for a giftcard There are three from which you can choose including PayPal, Amazon and Bitcoin. The value of the giftcards are usually dependent of how much you need, which you can get quickly (depends where you are from but it shouldn't take more the 1-3 days)

After making an account on Earnably and tinkering around a bit you'll notice, Earnably implements a Level system. Which is a good thing because it gives you a sense of accomplishment and makes your overall experience more enjoyable and competitive. I'm surprised not many sites implement this.
Now, when you start you'll be at Level 0, but don't get discouraged there is a way to increase your level. To upgrade to Level 1 you must complete a set of conditions found on their site. An easy list right, just wait a second theres two more Levels. To upgrade to.
The conditions they have set to complete each and every level is not too difficult, that you'll brush it off and its not too easy also to complete it casually. You must be thinking what's the point to do all these what do we gain, so heres the list:

Thats a whopping 20% referral bonus for life and 3% rebate on points. (color me impressed).


The Earning and The Redeeming

Earning points are fairly simple you participate on offers, watch videos, take surveys, daily contests. However, what peeked my interest was Actions. These are some of the tasks laid by Earnably to complete. And it ranges from making a video, tweeting, making a forum, reporting bugs etc. And the rewards ranges from 500 points to even 5 points. So,you can easily get $11 with a little bit of effort.

125 points  =  $1
225 points  =  $2
500 points  =  $5
1000 points = $10
2000 points = $20
3000 points = $30

Fairly straightforward, and it makes sense to wait and rack it up to 500 points. And as I mentioned earlier, after redeeming, they'll email you within 24-48 hours. And if you're Level 1, it would be instant.


Its got got a neat system of Leveling up, good incentives for their Action based tasks and Worldwide Accessibility that will give its competitors are run for their money. Plenty of offers going around, and yes sometimes surveys are limited because of being outside US and Canada, but that never stalled the enjoyment. I started it recently and had less time with it, but I can say with confidence that, you wont be disappointed.
I say give it a try, there are not many Worldwide reliable beermoney sites, but Earnably is definely the top contender.
Heres my link for all you who wanna join,