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Time To Get Real

Published on 6/26/2011
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Now come on, time to get real - you owe it to yourself to be honest here, and face up to the true facts of life. All those glitzy, cleverly-designed websites you look at every day, with their oh-so-obviously photoshopped illustrations of massive mansions, super-cars, piles of cash, tropical beaches and happy, smiling families, all the massively over-hyped offers to cure every one of your financial ills in no time at all - you actually do know they're not real, don't you? Just lies, more lies, scams and more scams - at the very best they're just insubstantial fluff, with no true value in them at all. In your heart-of-hearts you know that there's not really a 16-year-old girl earning hundreds of thousands of dollars in just a few weeks or whatever, you know that no-one really goes from waiting tables or servicing autos to a six-figure income in less than a year, ex-factory workers don't earn $30,000 in their first month online - just more cold, calculating program owners who thought of a new twist to sell their latest idea for separating you from your money. Probably showing you all those "proof of earnings" screenshots that can be faked by anyone in about 5 minutes flat. You also know that "just join and sit back, we do all the work for you" is never going to happen - any "work from home" opportunity is going to require some work and some dedication from you if you are ever going to get your money back, let alone join the 3 percent of people who are supposed to be making a profit on the internet. And while we're at it, let's get "free" out of the way. You see it all over the net, "join free and make hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars a month". Now, if you have been on the net for more than about 5 minutes, you may have noticed that it's not actually a charity! Nothing is for nothing here. Sure, you can join just about anything for free, no problem. But then you'll find one of two things inside the program - either you'll have to upgrade to a paid membership before you qualify to earn any money, or there's one of those "one-time-offers" that you have to purchase before you start to see any profit. Fact: if a program genuinely is free, it is not generating any revenue, so it can't pay you! Over the last 12 months I've been doing a series of surveys, asking people to get in touch and tell me what programs they were in that actually made them money, then I would be quite happy to sign up under them. The result? The very best I got was "this looks like it might work", but not one real person actually claimed to be making good money out of any single program on the whole of the internet. So Ok, if that's all true, what's the answer then? First and foremost, any program worth joining has got to be totally transparent. What do I mean by that? It has to be completely upfront, telling you right from the start how it works, what it costs, the potential it has, what you will need to do and just how you can expect to benefit from joining. It has to tell you who owns it, who runs it, and how you can get in touch with them. So you are left in no doubt that it is not just yet another scam. It has to be cheap enough to be affordable for just about everyone, so that limits your risk. But powerful enough for it to be worth you spending time working it. And above all, it has to reward people that are prepared to put time and effort into it over and above those who don't bother. There are just two things that everybody marketing on the internet needs. If you're ever going to profit to any degree, every single expert agrees that you absolutely must build your own unique mailing list, so that potential buyers come to know and trust you. And if you can build residual income (money that comes in month after month regularly, for work you put in right now) at the same time, that would be just great, wouldn't it? So, we have a listbuilder that's going to pay a residual income. How is that regular monthly income going to be generated? Through a monthly membership subscription of just $2 - remember, affordable for everybody? But how can that generate any sort of worthwhile income? Well, your list and your earnings are going to go 15 levels deep. Yes, that's right, 15 levels. What does that mean? It means that anybody that you sign up directly goes on your own personal mailing list. Then anyone that they sign up goes on your list too. And anybody they sign up, and so on and so on, right down 15 full levels. Doesn't sound a lot, does it? Well, just as an illustration - but bear in mind that these things never work this way, life's not that simple - if you signed up just 2 people, and they each signed up 2 more, then they signed 2, right through those 15 levels, how many people do you think would be on your list? A few hundred maybe? A couple of thousand? The answer is, in fact, 65,534 people. All on your list. Just for signing those 2 original members ... I really don't want this to get silly, but just to prove that I can do the math - what if you signed 3? And they signed 3, and so on? Get ready for this - you would have 21,523,359 people on your list. That's more than 21 million, in case you doubted your sanity back there! It's called "exponential growth". It's what the internet was made for ... So go ahead....give it a shot. It's only two bucks a month. http://www.ibourl.com/98u Harold Coram
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