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Offering commission in exchange for tutelage

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by dougxlass, Oct 17, 2011.

  1. dougxlass

    dougxlass Newbie

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    I posted this in the Clickbank section already; I'm not completely sure if I'm allowed to repost here or not, as this is probably the more appropriate section for this.
    As you can tell by my post count, I'm completely new here. Been lurking for several days, but mainly in the Social Networking area, as, being a student, that's what I'm inherently familiar with. After spending a few hours looking through the other parts of BHW, I'm finding many people having lots more success with their business over here than by utilizing social networking. I'm incredibly interested in boasting some of the numbers that some of the members here have achieved through affiliate programs, Adsense, and general SEO operations. The only problem is, when it comes to these things, I don't have a damn clue what I'm doing.

    So, essentially, I'm looking for one of you big number earners to coordinate with me, to teach me, and take me through the steps to learn the tools of your trade. I'm a hard working, ambitious young man who has the time and effort to put into something like this. In exchange for your education, I'm willing to give you a percentage of the money that I would make from this. I'm looking for someone who is pretty involved in and trusted by the BHW community, who is patient and understanding, and has the numbers ($) to prove the validity of their knowledge.

    Any suggestions are also welcomed.
     
  2. OutsideGroove

    OutsideGroove Junior Member

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    Nothing good comes easy. You gotta learn all the stuff you can. try some things, see what seems to work for you and then grow it. I don't think you will get too many offers to help you, though it is a nice try.
     
  3. dougxlass

    dougxlass Newbie

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    That's perfectly fine with me, too :p