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who wants TAX FREE MONEY?? gotta teach me though

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by looking, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. looking

    looking Junior Member

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    thats right i'm talking tax free money.

    catch is though you have to teach me how to achieve a sustainable income right away. while your doing that for 6 months that your teaching me (i'm hoping it won't take longer) you'll get half the profits i make totally tax free.

    what i want is someone who KNOWS his stuff. if everything was taken away from him today he would be right back up tomorrow thats the guy i want.

    i'll send it anyway you want it. paypal donation, wire, western union, money order anyway.

    i won't do anything illegal though. i'd rather stay away from ewhoring, adwords, ppc, or anything that costs money to start up. probably could swing 100. start up but it can't cost more.

    i have done posting on cl, i've done affiliate promoting and have made some money off gambling until the govt. stepped in then i stoped promoting it.

    its not that i haven't been trying i guess i just suck at it.

    i've tried ac and the first 3 stories were bought but from then on ALL were denied. that was about 30 of them. at the moment i'm doing squidoo lens but so far not enough traffic.

    i'm signed up at some programs or i'll sign up where you want me to. you'll have access to it so you can see just how much profit you should be getting.

    i've done cl and alot of my ads stick but the ad wording must suck because there not converting. i've tried blogger but there again no traffic.

    please don't respond with get off your ass and do something because i have tried and its frustrating when i get nothing. i don't have the time to try everything out here i need money now!!

    so if you good at what your doing and wouldn't mind free money for 6 months lets talk. pm with your offer and lets get something going.

    if this is in the wrong section then could the mods please move it?

    i'm not giving up i'm still going to be doing things but i figure maybe this would also be an option for me. i mean if your helping people with advice and such why not go alittle farther and in the process earn some money.

    hope to hear from anyone with ideas. thanks.
     
  2. jammie

    jammie Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Good luck in finding someone, thats all i'll say.

    Why would they waste 6 months trying to coach you for 50%? they can find invstors with much larger amounts of capital and gain substantially higher returns.

    Seriously, get a domain, some hosting, try something. Even if you make $1 a month, you have something to tweak, research and improve.

    It's not all rainbows and butterflys. It took me almost a year before i found my honeypot.

    People spend a lot of time and money on their own methods. I don't see the point in sharing them.

    My advice is this: STOP TRYING "FREE" METHODS.

    move away from CL, youtube, blogger and squidoo. Setup a site, learn some SEO, buy some traffic, buy some adwords, build a list, and never stop.

    Sure, it'll cost money, but if you spend $6000, and then 6 months down the line you're making $2k a month, is it well spent? YES. If i told you now if you gave me $6000, and for the next year i'll deposit $2k into your bank, you'd jump at the chance.

    Getting started is hard. Once you do, the only way you'll go is up.
     
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  3. grafxextreme

    grafxextreme Regular Member

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    I'll have to agree with Jammie on this.

    I have people contacting me all the time making the same kind of offer. Wanting me to do all the work and take all the risks and perhaps sometime in the future they'll pay me.

    How many employers do you know who will pay you in advance your first day on the job in the hope that perhaps some day you'll come back and work for them? It just doesn't happen in the real world.

    I'm sure you're very sincere in your offer. However, look at it from the other end. You want someone to teach you, take all the risks and perhaps they'll get paid. What if you get bored or don't follow through or decide to do something else or change your mind? Then the person is out their time and resources. Time and resources they would have better invested somewhere else.

    I find that people don't value what you give to them for free or which they have free access to. Take all the software, graphics, etc.. available on this forum. If you're like most people you have a hard drive full of this stuff and probably haven't looked at any of it. Why? Because it was free.

    If you want something of value then you're going to have to pay for it. It doesn't necessarily have to be cash. It could be a service, something you already own, etc... You have to offer something of value in return for something of value. If not, you'll get what you paid for.

    I host a webinar on the topic of creating offline niche newsletters that attendees pay $1499 each to attend. Sounds like a lot of money. But their return is a realistic of $20K per month. I don't offer it for free. I would not offer to allow someone to attend it on the promise that they may follow my instructions and then if they make a profit they may pay me 50%.

    Especially when others are paying the $1499 to attend.

    It's not fair to me for all the time and money I invested to learn how to do this and it's not fair to the other attendees who paid to learn this.

    If you do have someone offer then chances are the information is not of very much value or is untested. In the end, you'll pay for the information you're seeking whether you pay for it or not.

    I would recommend that you take a look at this forum. There is some very valuable information on it. I've found valuable ideas and I've shared valuable ideas. Find someone on this forum that seems to know what they're talking about and ask them to mentor you. Offer them something for their time.

    You don't have to get all the information up front. You can pay for it as it goes. Start with what your budget will allow. If you have $100 then find out how much mentorship you can buy for $100. Take the step, make some money and then re-invest your profits until you have a full fledged business.

    Good luck!
     
  4. therealblackbox

    therealblackbox Registered Member

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    lol...this is going to be an interesting thread...like...

    I want to be a FAST runner...

    Gimme your legs and ill give you credit during my commencement speeches lol

    -Good Luck.
     
  5. Gecko

    Gecko Registered Member

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    I will go with "Will Trade 400 million emails for good teacher"... thats hot and wants to get naked..on a regular basis.

    on a more serious note: Looking, there is so much to be learned just in this forum alone! read and read it will be worth your time, and it seems you have more time than money so invest what you have into where you want to go. and im not being a dick either here.

    We all want to make money in all forms of the internet, yet most, if not all of us stick with what we know or what intrigues us the most and to the point where we want to learn everything about that "art". Then you break into the market, try it out, test, test, test and test some more. Trial and error is the best form of skill building coupled with consistent knowledge building... and then and only then will you start making dough. then you parlay the dough to make more dough. if it was easy, everyone would be doing it.

    Stick with it yo!
     
  6. Grillflame

    Grillflame Newbie

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    I would imagine, like the others here that it would be extremely difficult to find someone, especially when they weigh the "what's in it for me?" factor and realize they can make much more just creating another project of their own.

    If this advice helps. Just start really studying these forum threads and look for the most valuable useful information to what you might want to do, get some information from some really reputable successful people that are known for truly giving helpful information in the form of ebooks, audio, video I guess. There's lot's of free stuff all over the net that really can outperform many of the things you would buy and ramp up your knowledge a.s.a.p. remembering to avoid the pitfalls that EVERYONE tells you to.

    Also remember this. I was in the military and someone can tell you 1000 times what to do and how to handle a true combat situation. There is nothing like consistent training and learning from mistakes before the actual event but there's nothing that enlightens you more than really going out and experiencing it for yourself and seeing what really works and what doesn't.

    Almost no one has went from poverty to wealth by remote control methods.

    You can do it. You are authorized to go make money. Don't be afraid of the unknown. HOOYAH! :)
     
  7. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I got 50% of what you make? How generous.

    I may not be the best teacher but I am looking for death broke noob to start teaching. I love teaching. I learn by teaching.

    So yes, I'll be your coach.

    First job: Find buyers for my service, xrumer, autopligg, and gmail accounts in OTHER forums.

    Some low tech forum like wickedfire.com

    Then tell me your stuff. Are you good at programming. There are a lot to try.

     
  8. truth

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    I'm still new to all of this , and i've been reading reading and reading the past few weeks. It's just about (as mentioned MANY times before) finding a method you like and working with it 100%.
     
  9. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Look what he offer is not a really bad deal.

    You see I got 20 something biz ideas. Many of them are proven. Many of them are bizs that have been my main income in the past but death somehow. Those are biz I want to resurrect.

    The problem is I got this knowledge and experience, I have no time. Someone else got time but have no experience. So yea, we split 50-50. Great....

    Now let me guide you guys. Still interested in this?I got many projects to try.

    And just becaus one biz work it's not that simple to simply enlarge it. Thinking that it would be simple is the reason why I keep starting over from scratch.