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Thursday, February 2, 2012

pursuit of online happiness

 As we pursue our on-line careers, looking at each offer with scrutiny, and wondering if this time, the offer could possibly be legitimate, the levels of frustration can become increasingly over the top. It is unbelievable, just how good an offer can seem at first glance. So i thought, i would offer a few tidbits of information that may or may not help as you look at each offer.

1. if the offer seem's to good to be true, it probably is. As I have scoured the Internet, looking at a lot of these, the first thing I always look at, is the amount of money that can be made. If the offer is anything more than 20-50 a week, it is probably a scam.

2. Buy my amazing wealth generating method to generate revenue. Come on, really ? If they are offering to sell you their plan, then that is probably how they generated income in the first place, by selling you and others their surefire plan to make money. People always want to believe in pipe dreams, and are will to drop 19.95 for a sure and easy way. More than likely, it is a scam.

3. One note, about Wealthy Affiliates. Even though it is a very expensive group to be a part of, if you search around the Internet, you can find most of their techniques, and follow the methods they use, to start generating a small income. So far the methods I have tried work, although I am not a part of their group, and I have not made as much as if I were part, and had access to all the resources available to members.

4. On-line surveys. Most of the on-line survey sites require you to sign up for offers, and use your credit/ debit card to complete the offers, which you then cancel a few days later. You have to be extremely careful though, because if you miss a deadline, you get charged the full price for the item. Sites such as inboxPays use this method. I don't agree with this method, and choose not to use it, although if you keep good records, and watch the offers, you can actually generate money that way. I use inboxdollars and sendearnings exclusively, and although I only make a part-time income (30-60 a day), they are legitimate sites. I read read all the emails, complete the surveys and do the tasks, which if your smart, you can power through pretty quickly.

 Well, that is all I have for today, hope that helps, and if you find anything that you fell would be interesting to look at, or want me to research for you, be sure to drop me a note.

 Thanks for reading, Theron

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