The Secret Behind Making Money Online

Oftentimes you will hear people brag about various techniques they used that made them millions. More often than not you will discover that the techniques offered to you when you buy their e-book or video series will be much less effective. Why is that? Why do some people want to cheat you out of your money?

In fact, the very fact that some people cheat is the single most important reason why so many have a poor view of what ”earning money online” is actually about. They think it’s some kind of scam to grab people’s money and give trash in return.

One internet marketer that has gained worldwide audience with his books has been Joel Comm. I can safely say ALL his books have been worth every minute I spent reading them. Ranging from topics as varied as how to use Twitter to how to increase your Adsense performance, every book has been well worth it. The main reason for this is that Joel decided, long ago, to deliver QUALITY. It has a cost, and everybody knows that. When you get a good conference speaker, you know he’s going to cost you some money, but you’re willing to pay for it ’cause you know you’re getting your money’s worth.

Other positive examples could also be Mike Filsaime, John Reese, Tellman and quite a few more.

But then you have the Cody Moyas or the Germanas of this business. People who grab your e-mail adress and offer you tons of worthless materials. You can google these characters if you have the time and the inclination for it, but such materials are a waste of time. You should STAY away from it, as you’re only going to waste time.

The best kept secret of earning money for the long term is delivering HIGH QUALITY at a fair price combined with a respect for your audience so you make sure they get full value for money – every single time.

If you NEVER deviate from that rule, you WILL become a succesful marketer, and you have a good chance to become one of the future gurus. Holding fast to good ethics can seem expensive in a time of crisis, but you must remain true to your ideals if you want to survive when the economy turns around.

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