So I know we have all seen the ads about making money online or a guru trying to sell you a method, but I have to think on rather or not it works. 4 years ago I saw an ad about making money online and it ended up being true, so are some of the gurus telling the truth? It becomes an interesting topic that I feel that most people instantly dismiss. Also on this topic, just about anyone that's done marketing for over 2 years can be a "guru" in at least one way or another. Just thinking about how much random crap I know is intriguing. Could there be money literally in our own brains that we do not cash on because of our own moral high ground? Also with this being said, I remember an affiliate website that's whole base was about getting new people to sign up to the affiliate website. The world's best internet scheme, sign up for $20 a month off of someone's recommendation and then get told to have other people sign up for you to make income. That kind of intrigued me because it was the world's best pyramid scheme. It got me to thinking if I wrote an ebook about how to make money online and sold it for $20 and the ebook literally only told people to sell the ebook to other people online... how long would that last? ... I feel like these questions are probably coming from it being 2 am and me being on my 3rd cup of coffee... damn my left eye is twitching again.