Discussion in 'Making Money' started by The Select Few, Oct 30, 2013.
1. Build authority blog
2. Invest in SEO
3. Try learn about media buying
Lots of Offer on the way mate!
this n*gga said SPOON FEED ME MOTHER F*CKAS
real blunt and to the point and funny as hell.. you should know
better than this.. you been on BHW since 2011 and you post
thread like this.. PURE COMEDY.. LMFAO..
On a serious note.. how bout learn n apply some of the methods
in the section.. you can also join lietuvis002 skype group.. follow
some IM journey threads.. wouldnt mind partnering up with you
myself.. think out side the box and TAKE ACTION
I've been on BHW way longer than that Lost my old account sadly.
I know the game and I run my own business. I always get bored and want new projects. Just trying to think of what to invest a small amount into per month to see a somewhat decent return in the future.
I might try something different this time and just go for a ecommerce site and be a dropshipper lol.
I have noticed over the years and you should have noticed this too. People on here don't like lazy people and don't like to spoon feed. Search the site and find something to invest your money in or go to a financial advisor and ask them. This same question has probably been asked a hundred times on here.
I understand your point & I absolutely agree. But being lazy isn't the case here. I'm not asking for people to give me there $1,000,000 plans. I'm talking about invest a little money now for pay off in the future, & ideas towards that. This isn't making me a steady income now. Me not being lazy is what makes me a steady income now.
Now I'm looking to play with some money & invest it.
Buy Cocaine in Bulk, cut it with Glucose, sell, then BANK hard.
There may be some negatives involved but the reward can be great.
Don't waste time, start NOW!
Its really not a lot to 'speculate' with tbh...so id look for longer term pay-offs:
i) Unlearn what you think you know about money and then invest in some proper financial re-learning (I recommend starting with Dan Amerman) from which you start to develop your own investment strategy for your $1k
ii) reinvest it into building on whats currently working for you, rather than go looking for another new thing to manage
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