Where Is That Elusive Home Business?
Where is that elusive home business? Does it really exist? Does anyone really make money on line? These are questions I ask myself all the time as I plough through the myriad of "opportunities" that arrive in my Inbox daily. Should I just unsubscribe to these emails? – Probably But then I might just miss out on that email that will change my life forever. --- I wish. I have tried viewing emails, taking surveys, selling on Ebay reading the Guru books. Sound all too familiar Email viewing Well how dumb am I? Surveys Some are legit but yo I still can't see it making real money, although I still do some. Ebay - Yes there is money to be made and I will make this a subject of an article all of its own what with Ebook selling, drop shipping, selling unwanted articles etc it deserves a page to itself.
So why am I telling you all this? Might make me feel good to impart my experiences to help some not fall for same mistakes I have. Get my message out there. One of my problems I have had with most of this Internet hype is that I believe in being upfront and honest. To take one of these "duplicating systems" and pretend its me who has --- made the money and now I am going to be a real good guy and show you how ---- I just can't seem to come at doing that. I am sure that somewhere there is a real guy or gal who made that decision but not every single one of them.
So how do we separate the The wheat from the chaff? The good from the bad? The legit from the scams? The first thing I do is put the name of the system, business, promoter into a search engine and see what comes up. If it is a major scam just about every result will have scam written all over it. But be aware of 1. The first two or three will be paid ads ! who obviously have a barrow to push. 2. Some are actually promoting the scam itself by getting you in and telling you how legit it is. 3. Some will promote another scheme by running down this particular one. Some of these are people who have been burnt by the scam and are truly trying to help you. 4.
Some are forums where we can all leave posts regarding particular opportunities. These are usually worth an in depth look at but even here use your judgement. There will always be differing opinions, read between the lines, discount those that sound like they knock everything and those that are obviously promoting the opportunity. Next I usually try and find out how long the promoting web site has been around. I would avoid the ones that tell you they have been around for years and yet the domain has only been registered for a couple of days. I am not overly concerned with new domain names that promote existing systems or are upfront in letting you know that they are new or have a new idea (everything was once just an idea !). Finally the scary bit --- Use Your Own Judgement If you think the cost is worth the potential gain and you understand you could lose your money ! Give it a go Make sure you can get out easily at any time, if it has a money back guarantee even better. With most systems/schemes you will learn something that you can adapt to your next venture. Recently I came across a system which and after much deliberation decided to give it a go. As with most it is not "free" as it has hosting involved.
I have however found it worth investing in even if I decide not to continue. It comes with its own web site fully set up and ready to promote. Now as we all know or find out this is where the fun (headaches) begin. The big big advantage to me is the step-by-step detailed information from Stone on how to go about promoting the "business" (obviously his recommended system). He shows and helps you with Auto responders Adsense Adwords Solo ads Articles Blogging. As I continue on this on line journey to frustration and hopefully some fortune I will submit articles on a regular basis telling what I have found both good, bad and indifferent. I am probably to upfront for my own good as far as marketing goes but anything I write or say will be fair dinkum and what I believe. Success to all who want it Mick Wood.
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