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“Your profile is now up-to-date! Our Personalized Profiling System will have a survey for you as soon as possible.” That is the message that just popped up after I completed a fresh round of profile questions. I was asked about my current car, how many babies I have in the house and if I plan to buy a jet ski (Hyundai, 1 and no… for the record). The minute I hit send, I could practically hear the algorithms working to find me a new Mobile Mission. That can only mean one thing: Cha-ching! There will be more cash coming my way. I just need to keep calm and keep checking the iPoll app. Oh, and listen for those pings!
It will be extremely difficult getting through the holidays without getting smacked with at least a dozen traditions. And that’s a good thing. Traditions are what keep us grounded. It’s what families look forward each year. They are also a way to stay connected with previous generations. If you’re hanging ornaments that were handed down by your grandparents, then you can’t help but think of all the good times with them. The list of potential holiday traditions is a long one from the traditional Christmas Eve dinner to the traditional viewing of It’s A Wonderful Life. Here is a suggestion for another holiday tradition: taking iPoll surveys. In fact, this is the one holiday tradition that can put real money in your pocket. A tradition that pays? Sign me up!