Anyone having trouble making money online?

September 14, 2008 4:00pm CST
It can be difficult when you have all these opportunities flying at you all the time. Just realize that 90% of them don't last! So, why bother with them. Just stick to the ones that have already proven that they will stay. Some of these can be found here. Of course, there may be others, but these are a real good starting point. Let me know what you think.
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• United States
14 Sep 08
I will say that sticking to programs that have been around for a while is a good place to start, but that shouldn't be the only thing you look for. You have to remember that all the veteran programs that have been around for a while had to start out somewhere; and even programs that have been around can fold in quite suddenly, and without notice. Other things you should look for is their business structure, how you get paid. If the business model doesn't make sense, or you can't get answers that make sense to the questions you have, DON'T JOIN!!! Also, you should be given contact to live people that have been paid by a program. It doesn't have to be in the main website, but when you are talking to an affiliate, they should be able to show you payment proofs, or, if they are new, direct you to other affiliates who have made money with this program. Finally, if there is a cost to sign up for a program, make sure it is a value to you in proportion to what you will be receiving. You shouldn't have to pay for just a membership alone. You should be receiving some sort of tools, marketable products, or information that you can't find for free on the internet; and these should be worth the same or more than what you are paying for the membership.