Employment in Home Business – A Realistic Viewpoint

November 3rd, 2020 by admin Leave a reply »

There is one thing that at least 90% of us in America have in common and that is this: If you were to ask the average person like myself (really you may not find anyone that would answer this question differently), “Would you want to have a resource that generated a great income?” You’re going to have a problem trying to find just ONE person who would answer NO to that question. Enter stage right: The Internet. THE superhighway of information, communication, data, etc. That’s long been established. Using the net as a vehicle to boost marketplaces, businesses, news, I mean, you name it, it’s gonna be found on the internet. This is where most folks like myself have searched to find some kind of legit opportunity to earn and build some sort of decent income at home via the web. Some people are looking to supplement their income, while others are completely out of work and looking for ANY income.

Trying to avoid the stupid “whatever” wage they’re stuck making, living or dying (so-to-speak) by the infernal time-clock at a job, the BLASTED commuting,…..you get the picture. Now you take these facts that were just mentioned and combine them with a particular measure of frustration and despairation and you’ve got (if you’re an advertiser for that targeted group of people with something to sell) an almost guaranteed buyer reading your ads on the internet! The problem with this (if you’re the buyer) is when you have ten(10) different work-n-earn money from home advertisements, two(2) might be for real legit, but you don’t look into those because you got burned by one of them that wasn’t, or spent money on one that beautifully and elaborately cloaked,or covered up what they were really getting you into, actually they just lied to you about WHAT you would be doing. I know first-hand about this one, that’s why I’m able to write this! I bought into the BEAUTIFUL sales pitch from Angel Stevens about being a “REBATE PROCESSOR”, paid that $200, and learned that WHAT you get trained to do has NOTHING to do with being a “rebate processor”. Articles, Ads, writing these is what you get trained to do, and being an affiliate marketer, stuff I did not sign-on to do! Now, I was EXTREMELY upset when the realization of what was really goin’ on actually set in, she LIED to me and that wasn’t cool at ALL! The “so-called” support team that she has – when you’re on the phone with them – sounds more like it’s based in some one’s house. Not ONE of them (no matter how many different ones answer the phone) could speak a LICK of good english. And I NEVER got an informative – straight answer to ANY of my questions. It was a beautifully written TRAP to suck you into something that was NOT advertised. Why? Because I think it was the best way for her to make a buck because she KNEW the majority of folks would not be interested in the AFFILIATE MARKETING FIELD. Yeah, I brooded and slumped over this for about a month, then did a little more looking before attaining a whole new level of BROKE, BUSTED, and DISGUSTED, then it HIT ME,… I paid that $200 BUCKS, and I’m NOT about to WASTE all the stuff I DID GET from the deal!

I also did more scrutinized looking and found a little niche on the web dealing with I.F.W’s (Incentivized Freebie Websites). Now I’m not gonna explain all the details on how it works, but I found out that it’s not a way to make any solid money if you NEED an income, but you can make (a little, nothing worth getting excited about) money. You may not be told this any where else, but the I.F.W. hook-up is ONLY for those people who are: (1.) Looking to have interesting interaction with others. (2.) They have enough money on their credit card or debit card to kick small amounts around without it hurting them.{What I mean is, any offers that you fill out – and yes it’s ALL about offers – that don’t credit after you’ve paid shipping or made a purchase, spending that money won’t hurt your pocket.} And (3.) Folks with a different sense of having fun – through the offers that do credit, you and your trading partner increase your trader ratings within the I.F.W. forums. There is another thing that I’ve discovered also. If whatever your interested in does NOT display clearly some where on their website the logo for The Better Business Bureau or at least the HonestE Online Member Verification logo – I wouldn’t even waste any more of my time with it if I were you. If EVERY home-based-business advertiser had to go through the acid test of the Better Business Bureau’s Standards For Trust, that would knock-out NEARLY ALL of the home business banners and ads on the web except for a SMALL HANDFUL, because there really is ONLY a few of them…PERIOD! I hope the B.B.B. doesn’t mind me displaying their eight (8) Standards For Trust in this article, but I’ve got a point to make by doing so. Here they are: BBB Standards for Trust

Build Trust
Establish and maintain a positive track record in the marketplace.

Advertise Honestly
Adhere to established standards of advertising and selling.

Tell the Truth
Honestly represent products and services, including clear and adequate disclosures of all material terms.

Be Transparent
Openly identify the nature, location, and ownership of the business, and clearly disclose all policies,
guarantees and procedures that bear on a customer’s decision to buy.

Honor Promises
Abide by all written agreements and verbal representations.

Be Responsive
Address marketplace disputes quickly, professionally, and in good faith.

Safeguard Privacy
Protect any data collected against mishandling and fraud, collect personal information only as needed, and respect the preferences of consumers regarding the use of their information.

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