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Hello from Newfoundland...

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by markworden, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. markworden

    markworden Newbie

    Mar 15, 2009
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    St. John's, Newfoundland
    Hi folks,

    First time on this forum was yesterday. I was using Google to search for some info on CPA or PPL and your forum came up. Seems you guys are fine bunch of helpful people, so I'm really looking forward to getting to know you.

    I've been on the Internet for over ten years, tried various online money-making opportunities over the years with little success. One opp that did make me a little money was the first (or one of the first) adbars that came out and paid for simply viewing ads...remember AllAdvantage? I made over $50 with them, as I had a little downline growing. Anyway, they didn't last too long, especially after a lot of competition seemed to pop up overnight. I guess the market got saturated, and that was pretty much it for me. I dabbled a bit in the HYIP world until I realized how it worked, then got out.

    So, I'm not a total newbie, but am fairly new to making money online (any substantial amount, anyway). For the past few months, I've renewed my commitment to making money online, and have bought so many eBooks and programs, but have had a hard time getting through any of them before jumping to the next *new* thing (sound familiar?). Now I need to find a way to make some money to pay off my credit cards. I work full-time, am married and have three kids in school who have homework most nights...not a lot of time left over.

    So, here I am...off to search for good info on getting started in CPA/PPL, but any pointers would be greatly appreciated! I don't really have a website yet (maybe some day), so I'd like to know where I can sign up for CPA where a website isn't required...and more than one would be nice, if they exist.

    Have a great evening, and thanks guys!
    Mark Worden