Scams, finding customers, what's the best business?

United States
December 8, 2008 9:44am CST
It seems that everything we find for "work at home opportunities" is a scam, doesn't really explain what you're doing, or costs hundreds of dollars. Worse, I find that when I do paid advertising, I end up with cautious people that want to research, compare, blah blah, etc., and that's great (people should be informed) and I help them by sending research articles, links, etc. But here's this. Till December 15th my business cost $1 to join (the usual enrollment fee is $29 with a re-enrollment of only $12). You don't spend any extra money, you only buy consummable products (cleaners, laundry soap, bath soap, lotion, shampoo, toothpaste, etc.) We are cheaper than Wal-Mart, I have price comparison charts, a price comparison I did on my own, plus our products are environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and safer for your home and family. So what am I doing wrong? Any suggestions? I'm ready to give up on internet marketing.
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