Beware Of Get Rich Quick Scam by Hari Wibowo
... next fifteen years, you are kidding yourself. The law of number will be against your odd after a while. What is the best defense against investment scams? Education is foremost important. Furthermore, consulting with your friends and relatives will be the next best thing to do. The need for money is there and hence investment scam business can still thrive. The next time you heard some wonderful business opportunity, you should ask yourself if there is indeed a free lunch in this world.
10 Ways to Sell Expensive Affiliate Products and Make Huge Commissions by Anik Singal
... Don’t buy any investment course unless it meets these 8 criteria.” If your prospects have gotten this far, they WANT the product. So give them 8 or 10 or 20 more ways to justify that big expenditure! #10 – Sound like the leading expert in your field. Price resistance diminishes in direct proportion to trust. If your visitors believe that you’re an unchallenged expert in your niche, they’re much more likely to make that big-ticket purchase. How do you establish this aura of expertise.
The Truth About Doublers by David Congreave
... Some ponzi schemes provide you with a product or service in exchange for your investment in a bid to achieve the appearance of legitimacy. Don’t be fooled! If a program promises all investors a complete return on their investment without limiting the number of applicants, this program is almost certain to collapse. Legitimate enterprises will limit the number of investors or require members to achieve their own sales. A legitimate enterprise will never guarantee a profit.
How to Build an Effective ROI Calculator by Glenn Clowney
... ROI Basics: Return on Investment (adjusted for the time value of money) Return on Investment (ROI) is the most popular financial metric when you need to compare the attractiveness of one business investment to another. Your return on investment equals the present value of your accumulated net benefits (gross benefits minus ongoing costs) over a specific time period divided by your initial costs. It is expressed as a percentage over a certain amount of time; for this example we will assume ...
Finding Your Niche - Your First Step to an Online Business by Chad Curl
... I created my product by filling in all the "gaps" that were missing from the others and incorporating my own ideas and styles to create a product that was truly unique to all the others. During your research and while creating your own business, you may even consider purchasing some help or information from an expert. There is so much good content available for purchase on the internet, and many products even come with a guarantee of satisfaction.
What To Look Out For When Starting An Online Business by Brad Kamanski
... They claim you can earn anywhere from 1-10% DAILY on you investment! If that were true don't you think everyone would close their IRA's and 401k's and do this instead? NEVER invest in an online HYIP! Matrixes and Powerlines: The hook here is that a company will help you build a Powerline of paying customers so you don't have to. Before you commit to your monthly payment they will send you emails saying how many people are signing up under you that you are losing potential income on.
Affiliate Programs - Crunching The Numbers & Conversion Myths by Carole Nickerson
... If the sales do start to accumulate, then you know it might be something worth investing in. If you want to try out PPC advertising options, set a budget and stick to it. Crunch the numbers yourself and figure out what a reasonable investment would be. This little bit of time quality spent with a calculator can go a long way in not only helping you work smarter, but helping you realize your goals more quickly as you can dump the poor performing programs and focus on more profitable ones.
How to Set (and Get) the Right Prices by Jay Lipe
... The lesson in this exercise is that price positions your product. The worst pricing decision you can make “Because we’re slow right now, we’ll lower our prices. Then as business rebounds, we’ll raise them.” This is a bad marketing decision because lowering your prices immediately positions your product differently to buyers. Plus very few companies make attendant cost reductions, so margins erode. And when you try to raise prices again, customers who bought at the lower prices will expect ...