Updated on November 10, 2017 by admin
Have you decided that there must be easier ways to make money than working day in, day out, 5 or 6 days a week? You typed in "How to make money online", or "Ways to make money on the internet".
Google gives you hundreds of pages with article websites, dedicated websites to making money and hundreds of ads on the side, promising to make you $ 100,000.00 in one month. There is almost too much information out there. AHHH where do you start?
After much searching and looking and trying different methods, I have decided that the best way to begin making money online is by affiliate marketing. This involves finding products people are selling, promoting them and receiving a commission on the sale. This way you do not need to handle stock or have expensive overheads, and yet make sure a lot of money.
Affiliate marketing can still be quite confusing and if you are not careful, you can spend hundreds of dollars without making a thing. To get your head around the basics of how to be successful, and put your efforts into the right areas, I would recommend investing in a course which steps you through how to start, what to do first, what to do next etc. A big bonus of doing this will be that they tell you the things to avoid, and how to stop wasting money on advertising which will not make you money. I wasted a lot of time and money when I began, trying to work it out myself.
Ok, so we have decided to do affiliate marketing, and now we will pay some money to learn how to do it, which one do you buy? A search on Google will give us another huge list of sites promoting to make us thousands in a day, or hundreds of thousands in six months. Which one do you choose to help you make money online?
Here are some pointers to look for when you visit these websites, which will hopefully help you to make a good choice when deciding on an affiliate marketing course.
1. Have they put their face to their website? – A site which offers a training package should at the very least prove that they are a real person, not someone trying to grab your money.
2. Are they charging a once off, or a monthly fee? – A course on how to make money online should only charge once for just providing information. If they are also providing another service, then it may still be worthwhile. There are programs out there which will provide product finding, keyword tracking, website hosting and results tracking as well as training.
3. Some training providers will offer bonuses and free information for joining. – This at least shows that they have information and are willing to give something, not just take.
4. Have other people used it and been happy? – Testimonials show that someone has used the training and been …
Updated on November 10, 2017 by admin
Last week the nation tuned into President’s Obama’s much hyped job creation speech to see if there would be any worthy ideas to try and break the constant high unemployment rate int he country. Would he be bold and innovative or would it be the same basic, tired political tactics that have been tried and have usually failed to live up to expectations?
The following discussion will compare what the President should have said and what he actually said. Unfortunately, the bottom line is that from a boldness, innovation, and courage perspective, the President came up well short of the goal line.
As expected, the President did state that he wanted money and funding for infrastructure jobs to fix roads, bridges, dams, schools, etc. that were in need of repair, something many Americans expected and were supportive of. However, the President’s proposal came up short in two areas.
First, infrastructure spending and work done via the economic stimulus bill was woefully inefficient. According to various Associated Press investigations, thousands and thousands of government contracts were granted without competitive bidding. Half of the bridges that were repaired under the stimulus program were not in need of repairs. Powerful individual politicians in Congress snatched their share of the stimulus money and directed it to their voters regardless of whether of not the spending was actually fixing a real problem.
Millions of dollars from the stimulus plan were granted to companies that owed hundreds of millions of dollars in back taxes. No where in the President’s jobs speech do we get firm assurances that these atrocities have been recognized and will not happen again. He states that the money will be properly spent but we were promised that in the economic stimulus bill. The only way to insure that this potential pot of money is well spent is to give the decision on what projects are done to the states via a block grant of money, taking Congress out of the decision process altogether.
Second, the President does not show any detail on how to pay for this increment Federal spending. He says he will unveil a plan within a week or so. Thus, his performance on this topic is an incomplete. He gave no indication of specifics like reducing the Federal payroll back to 2008 levels, terminating unwanted and unneeded military projects such as the Osprey, terminating corporate welfare programs, ending agriculture subsidies, and directing high speed rail line funding to shorter term infrastructure needs.
Grade: Incomplete given the unnamed ways to fund this infrastructure spending that will be forth coming. However, worries about whether this will be another waste of money spent on things that do not need to be fixed, given the economic stimulus program, and the fact that the President has not taken Congress out of the decision making loop, continue to exist.
2) Obama Care
According to many credible opinion polls, the majority of Americans realize that Obama Care is an unfolding disaster. It will screw …