I was having a conversation with someone yesterday, discussing different ways to make money online and what is required for success. It's not the "big steps" in a method that make the money, but the 1000's of small things that someone does unconsciously. This is why someone can make $1k/day with a method, and another person can't even hit $5. Consequently a lot of people think bhw is full of methods that don't work, or require some big fancy twist. They don't. They usually don't even require a twist at all to reach what 99% would consider life changing income, which is generally to reach about $50/day from their own business. My friend pointed out an interesting analogy that really drives this point home. Let's say you guys want to bake some caramel shortbread. Is it possible to get recipes online? Yes. Very detailed recipes in fact. Go and have a go at baking them. It's fucking hard. If you're a complete noob. In this case someone who has never baked, your first attempt will be a complete failure. Just like complete noobs trying email marketing for the first time, seo for the first time, amazon review sites for the first time will completely fail. If you've got some baking experience your first attempt might be reasonable, this would be the person who's a bit more experienced online, and you see them in the threads. "I've been doing this method now for a couple of months and I'm doing ok.. made $300 so far" That's your amateur baker. No matter how detailed your recipe is, you just won't be able to produce the same results as a professional baker, will you? Yet why the fuck do people here think they're going to follow a thread for a BUSINESS METHOD, which is 10x more difficult than baking a cake, and get success first time. Then when they fail they declare the method doesn't work and the OP is a dirty scammer who just wants "thanks". Even for some caramel shortbread it'll take a good half dozen attempts to get decent at it. Pretty much 70% of the methods on here still work and will produce at least $20-$50/day without any twists. Just by baking that cake several times until you get the hang of the core of it. The other 29% will work with a couple of very small twists, which will come naturally when you start working on them. Maybe it's when you're baking your cake and you realize you need to beat your egg 30 seconds longer. You won't know it until you start beating those eggs. You also won't get good at making caramel shortbread if you try it once, then try to make fries, then try to build a house, then learn to drive, then learn to fly a helicopter! You have to keep making caramel shortbread, then when you get amazing at that, try another cake, then when you're a master baker you can maybe have a go at making pizza.