The truth about making money on line

Australia
April 25, 2007 4:13pm CST
One little forum post won't necessarily change the world, but it might help clear the fog for a few people and if it saves one person from being scammed its done its job Many people make money on line. Some make a lot. The truth is that joining the latest hyped up super program will not get you rich - yes there is a place for these programs but not at an entry level. The real fact is that the ordinary people who make money on line don't get attracted to the overhyped products. They market what they're good at by building niche websites that generate income for them in a variety of ways by linking to affiliate based products. This website (MY LOT) is an extreme example of what I'm talking about. The site is loaded with links to a variety of income producing sites. It is possible for anybody to build a simple niche based website on anything be it Mcrame, motor racing, card games whatever and then earn income in a number of ways including google adsense; amazon, all posters, clickbank and hundreds of other programs that will pay you to sell their products. The really good news is that it isn't even that hard. There are a number of programs that help people build sites and you don't even have to know HTML code. In keeping with the spirit of the intentions of this post I am deliberately not posting any links. Suffice to say I'm interested to see what sort of response this post gets
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@wenfri (1188)
• Canada
25 Apr 07
I agree one little forum won't chage the world. It is what is posted that may. If others take the time to read them So are more worthy than others. Depending on what sort of info you are looking for I agree lots of people are making money online. Running from one program to another won't help a single person. Only open their eyes after they figure out they have beeen going about it all wrong. Am sure we have all been there done that. Just hard to make others aware of the scams, hyips and down right lies out there. Over night riches are not over night riches. Just doesn't happen. Not in 3 months, or 6 months or even 1 year. It takes time Same as running your own off line business. It isn't hard to find a niche Really it isn't. I have. I work hard at it. The real difficulty is operating/running so many programs. They spread themselves too thin and continue joining programs. Following, listening and getting more and more frustrated cause they are fighting a losing battle. There are also programs out ther that supply every thing you need to get started. From webpages, banners, back office, and other residual programs built right. Along with 24/7 support All a body has to do is locate it, stick with it and put one foot in front of the other. Rome was not built in a day either Patience, persistance and time is what is required to Succeed Hmmm guess I got run of the mouth or keyboard got excited LOL Great topic Wendy
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@wenfri (1188)
• Canada
26 Apr 07
Checked out your profile and never noticed or couldn't find a link to your blog. Was going give it a look see. Friends and family are always sceptical about online ventures. Seems it is better to find them online than offline. Trying to explain to someone on the street what we are attmepting or trying or doing is a like a waste of time. May as well talk about the weather LOL Wendy