ANOTHER MAKING MONEY ONLINE LESSON
i have learned another valuable lesson when you are looking at making money online and i want to share it with you so that you don't make the same mistake i did.
When you are looking at making money online, you are desperate to start making money and the most valuable lesson I learned is to be careful of who you trust when you want to start making money online.
Up to now, the only people I trust are the ones already mentioned on my site, Liza Irby and Confessions of a homeschooler, because most of the other sites are making money online out of you. The most valuable thing I have learned now is that you must not give out your e-mail address to anyone who asks for it for you to start making money online. (with Liza Irby you fill in a form for her to send you her latest updates and that is fine, she does not send you massive amounts of e-mails and the ones she does send you have valuable information in).
You get sites where they show you a video and everything looks sooooo good, but do not put in your e-mail address when they ask you for it, they are sending massive amounts of e-mails. Some of them even stating that you have made money and they want to pay your commission. When you open the e-mails, it is just another video, telling you that this and that will work to help you make money again. Luckily I have not paid any money to any of these, but the mess-up is with the e-mails. So in my experience if it starts with a video, be careful and DON'T PUT IN YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS.
As soon as you unsubscribe you get two or three more from other people who you did not even subscribe to also with numerous amounts of video's telling you how to make money and then they also want your e-mail address and in the end you get anything from 10 to 30 e-mails per day from everywhere. All of them just another video and wanting to take your money for some or the other program that will work to help you make money. I once paid for such a program and had to ask for my money back, luckily I did get it back.
Some of these programs load things on your computer so that they can access your personal information, if you don't have a anti-virus program, like Norton, I would advice you to be extra careful. I had just the other day another incident where I loaded something and my Norton immediately warned me that it is trying to access my information and I removed it immediately. (When Norton does the scanning every month I have over 500 intrusion attacks, luckily Norton blocks them as they are trying to intrude)
What must you do if you want to make money online:
Firstly you must be certain that you want to do this, because once you paid for your domain and hosting and you don't make money, then you will loose that money.
It is very hard to make money online, because there are so many people trying it out that the chances of someone finding you and buying something on your site are very slim and it will take anything from 6 months to a year before you start making any money (if ever at all) and in this time you have to pay your domain hosting account.
The first thing is to find a niche, pay for your domain and hosting account. (If you are not doing this cash, don't do it - don't go doing it on your credit card) - If you don't have a clue as to what I am talking about, you can visit Liza Irby's site where she explains everything for you in detail and the best of all, you don't have to pay for most of the information, you will find her site at the following link http://www.2createawebsite.com/
Please note that I am not in any way linked to her site and make money out of her affiliate links, I was just very happy to have found her site because she really gives valuable information that you can use and does not charge you for most of it.
At this stage I myself am not making money online yet, but I feel that I want to warn those who are looking at making money online, what to look out for.
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Till next time, thank you