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Sites suitable for non-marketers - or newbies

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Posted 7th January 2010 at 09:34 AM by Agnes Lyle

While hacking my way through the Internet jungle, I've often wondered how to help the many people I know who need to earn more, but will clearly never make it on the net.

I'm thinking, for example, of my old aunt. My step-sister, who lives from paycheck to paycheck. Or the concierge of my apartment building in Paris, who is going to retire this year on a very inadequate pension, I'm sure. Or the squatter who has lived on the other staircase for the last thirty years. He's getting too old for his precarious lifestyle. Well, we all know them.

I myself am still in the newbie phase, though in the last two months I have found my own path - niche marketing, blogging, creating info sites. However, there are a number of things I still need to learn, so it's all rather long term - and I desperately need money now.

So what to do? I've been keeping an eye open for companies that would allow me and the non-marketers to start earning relatively quickly. Strangely enough, in the week between Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, I found FOUR possibilities, strung out like a line of Christmas presents.

I've joined two and will test out the others as soon as possible, but today I'd like to comment on the simplest and cheapest of all - My Money Fish. It's new, still in pre-launch (which gives valuable advertising advantages) and is really suitable for newbies short of money, for example.
Just note the following points:
  1. You only need to have 10 people under you to get started, and you don't need to find them all yourself, or even most of them. They'll be given to you via a forced matrix, based on a mutual help ethos that I very much like).
  2. That's all you'll ever need to do, if you don't want to do any more marketing.
  3. You pay the grand sum of $10 to register (and the first month has a money-back guarantee). If you continue, you go on paying $10/month ( about 7 - 8 Euros).
  4. For this measly sum you can build up steadily over time to an income of $22 000 (about 15 000 Euros) a month - on the back of other people's efforts.
To me, it seems logical and well-organized, but I'd be glad to have the opinions of more experienced Warriors on this one, as direct persuasion (which I've never done before) makes me feel very responsible for the people I recruit.
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