Look at this email. Came in yesterday:
“I don’t have an internet company. I’m just trying to earn some cash on clickbank and with an affiliate program. I’m just looking for ways to drive traffic. I have a fulltime day job, and this is really something parttime for me. Will this program help?”
I want you to pay close attention to the language used:
“I don’t have an internet company” = Not interested in the work involved in having a serious business
“I’m just trying to earn some cash” = I don’t want much work because all I want is a little extra money
“I’m just looking for ways to drive traffic” =What you’re saying sounds hard, I want the easy way
“this is really something parttime for me” = I’m not prepared to do any involving work
I got one of my staff to send a civil response, because I understand these are typical beliefs for someone just starting with online money-making.
But the answer I would give you if you sent this email is the following steps:
1. get the FUGK off my list
… scratch that.
Look, this newsletter isn’t for “newbies”.
Not because I dislike newbies; everyone is welcome. But because there’s plenty of scammy lying Gooroo mailing lists you can join if you want someone to pat you on the back and tell you what you want to hear.
That there really is a way to start earning money online, very part-time, without any serious effort.
Which isn’t true, even with the simplest money-making scheme. Including drug-pushing haha.
This newsletter is for people who’ve been around the industry long enough, been jaded enough, to understand this.
Whether you intend to earn a LITTLE money or BIG money, the day you setup an affiliate account and attach your bank details to get paid, you have all the legal and tax obligations of a business.
Think about it, if you opened a store and haven’t yet made a sale, are you free of legal obligation if you put out…say…a misleading ad?
Or if you were caught with dimebags with intent to sell but hadn’t sold one yet, would you be off the hook?
If the “state” considers you to be in business, whether you run it like a mom n’ pop or a real corporation, you have a business.
You may as well start taking it seriously.
Get a legal “store-front” (ie, your own website).
Have something legitimate of value to sell; Your time, your skills, you knowledge, or other people’s products.
Advertise properly to get customers through the door.
And have a cash-register (sales mechanism) to take orders.
Without these things, you really don’t have a shot at making money online. And you may as well unsubscribe from this newsletter.
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