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Originally posted by masand hey jeremy ,
thats a good contest
but i keep on asking students at the seminar that i keep on organizing to register for LQ!
my next one is today.
and if many of them register from our university then it will be done through a single IP that our university has for Proxy .
guess, I will be disqualified then??
Tell them to help out, post questions, answer questions...
Originally posted by masand yes i know that we have many members who just register for the sake of registering
but what can be done in that case???
Well, you do have to have distinct email addresses when registering, so we doubt you'd be creating a dozen or more aliases from different hosts just to get around the rules.
Refer your friends, I'm sure we'll see no problems.
Originally posted by frob23 LOL, I am sooo going to have to refer at least three people. I'm not concerned about winning the shirt but has anyone seen the winner so far?
At this moment the winning member has been inactive for about two years! Wouldn't that be sad? Someone having the most referrals and not even knowing about it.
Actually I think the only reason the member google is getting referrals is that people are inputting the actual referral on how they found LQ.org. It seems most will find it by google itself, so they are putting that as their referral not knowingly that it is an actual member as well.
Originally posted by trickykid Actually I think the only reason the member google is getting referrals is that people are inputting the actual referral on how they found LQ.org. It seems most will find it by google itself, so they are putting that as their referral not knowingly that it is an actual member as well.
that is really smart thinking!!
and looks logical too