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Admin, I'm not sure if anyone ever asked you this but......
« on: April 03, 2012, 12:25:52 am »
is it possible to be logged into the site from 2 different browsers simultaneously?

Lately, as an attempt to get more done within a day, I've been using IE and FF to complete offers on 2 different sites.

As you know, at the end of every offer, it's recommended to let the offer sit on the final page for 5 to 10 minutes. It's during this time, I take advantage of this waiting period and go to a different browser that hasn't been filled with any cookies yet and complete offers on another site.

It's worked wonders for me and my only regret was not doing it sooner.

Now, I was wondering instead of using the 2 different browsers for 2 different sites, why not use them for the same site? I mean I'd still be using the same computer with the same IP address so really, would there be a problem?

However, whatever the rule is, I'll, of course, respect and abide by it. :)

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Re: Admin, I'm not sure if anyone ever asked you this but......
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2012, 04:55:01 am »
This shouldn't be a problem in general, however: bear in mind that any offer which requires you to confirm your email address can cause trouble IF you sign up in one browser but then confirm your email in another one (since the cookie is set upon signup and cookies are not shared between browsers).  Just remember to always complete all steps of an offer in the same browser.  And if you mess up and try to re-confirm your email address in the correct browser, it generally will NOT credit since you can only confirm an email address once.

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Re: Admin, I'm not sure if anyone ever asked you this but......
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2012, 10:00:16 am »
This shouldn't be a problem in general, however: bear in mind that any offer which requires you to confirm your email address can cause trouble IF you sign up in one browser but then confirm your email in another one (since the cookie is set upon signup and cookies are not shared between browsers).  Just remember to always complete all steps of an offer in the same browser.  And if you mess up and try to re-confirm your email address in the correct browser, it generally will NOT credit since you can only confirm an email address once.

Gotcha...thanks bud. :)

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