Literally millions of people worldwide are looking for ways to “get rich quick”, and many of them are tying this either to the Internet or to work from home:
This never-ceasing demand (often coupled with opportunities like these) breeds more and more get-rich-quick schemes which promise you too-good-to-be-true monthly (or even daily) earnings. One of such “gurus” has just applied into an affiliate program I manage. Here’s a screenshot of his website (after I decided to leave it):
So, let me get it straight: you know a “shocking underground method” that can make one some $26,000 in one day?
- Why are you selling this killer method for only $27.00 then?
- Why is your affiliate network EPC (metric for average earnings per 100 clicks) is $0.00 over 3 months?
It seems that just the demand for losing weight fast, the demand for get-rick-quick methods will never cease… This is sad. People are simply wasting their time (and money) that could’ve been spent much smarter.
Some time ago, a fellow affiliate marketer, Daniel M. Clark, put together a genius humorous page on the topic. Enjoy it at EarnAMillionADay.com, and stay away from anyone who promises to make you a millionaire overnight. Value your time, money, and energy! Spend it wisely.