Funny How People Search So Much For Free Ways To Make Money

by Jeffrey Louis 9 replies
No matter how you go about it, there is no free way to make money online. There is no free fix to financial problems.

Internet marketing can be a great way to make money online if it is done consistently. Many methods involved do not cost any "cash" for example blogging, or article marketing but they will cost you tons of time.

Time is money which therefore means it is not free to blog. New people to internet marketing fall for it time and time again - that they can make money quickly and free but there is no way...

Just find it funny how people think that you can just click a button and then money just jumps into their bank accounts.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
    As the saying goes: "Nothing in life is free".

    If someone is waving a $1 bill in the air offering it to anyone that walks up to him, you have to "walk" up to him! You just did something in exchange for something else. You walked. You exchanged physical activity for a dollar.

    Same with internet marketing. If someone offers you a free website and says you can make money with it, you have to actually fill out a form most likely and then create content for it or promote it. You might not use as much energy as you did for that $1 bill so it might be a great deal!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffrey Louis
    Yes I realize things can be free of cost but doing all of these things costs time... and to me time is money, which is my point.
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  • Profile picture of the author write-stuff
    TANSTAAFL, but most people apparently never got that memo.

    - Russ
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  • Profile picture of the author rapidscc
    Hey Write Stuff are you even reading what you're posting...

    Hmmmm are you using a bot to post?

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    • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
      Originally Posted by rapidscc View Post

      Hey Write Stuff are you even reading what you're posting...

      Hmmmm are you using a bot to post?

      I don't think he's using a bot.

      TANSTAAFL = There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch

      Dan's content is irregularly read by handfuls of people. Join the elite few by reading his blog:, following him on Twitter: or reading his fiction: but NOT by Clicking Here!

      Dan also writes content for hire, but you can't afford him anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author Loren Woirhaye
    It's not the interest or use of free resources that is the disease,
    it's the mentality of trying to get something for nothing.

    "The worst day in a man's life is when he sits down and begins
    thinking about how he can get something for nothing." -Thomas Jefferson
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  • Profile picture of the author write-stuff
    Nope, Omar, I'm a real human. And thank you, Dan, for that clarification. ;-)

    - Russ
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  • Profile picture of the author rapidscc
    ooops sorry my bad

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  • Profile picture of the author halille
    In "Think and grow Rich", Napoleon explain that you should avoid to give something that can change the life of someone for free.

    A lot of people don't give so much value to something they get for free.

    a real entrepreneur think cost efficiently and is willing to invest and take calculated risk to make fast progress in any business

    a lot of people join the "Home based business" without the mindset of a business person. And that's not a mentality you meet only on the internet. In the offline world there are plenty of free addicted

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