Who works full-time in addition to IM?

by robp12
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Hey Warriors,

I'm about to graduate from college in 3 weeks. I've already signed on to work a full-time job, working as an account manager at an IT staffing firm near Washington DC. However, I'm looking to continue my internet marketing 'career' after work for additional revenue, help pay expenses, etc. I really enjoy working on my two main websites, Brocrastinator and Jersey Jets Fan, even though I only make around $100 a month combined between the two. I've been working my tail off the past few months to increase revenues so that I have some money when I graduate and begin living in my new place.

I'm curious, how many people are currently working 40 hour a week day jobs and also pursuing internet marketing on the side? Looking forward to hearing your answers and excited to talk with you about your experiences!

-Rob
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  • Profile picture of the author Premier Plugins
    I am, 5 hour daily commute + 35-40hrs/week + internet marketing at night. No, I don't sleep much and constant 18 hr days suck. But, I couldn't see myself doing anything else at the moment.
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  • Profile picture of the author Christophe Young
    I work full time and have been doing so since starting IM a few years ago.
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  • Profile picture of the author Campbell24
    Haha I like your "A-Z Guide to Broing Out". That's a good site. Maybe it will blow up if you keep at it.

    All I do is go to school full-time(really doesn't take that much time) and work on my sites. In my experience, though, when I have had a full-time job it puts a "premium" on my time, making me use my time off more wisely.
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  • Profile picture of the author brianboyer
    I work a seasonal job (May - November) , 40 - 55 hours per week, then I do IM in my spare time.
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  • Profile picture of the author freddyjrtips
    I have recently (2months ago) quit my construction job and started working as an Internet Marketer full time.

    I was working full time in construction and just couple hours a week online. Now I'm averaging $5,000 a month that is why I am going full time with Internet Marketing.

    I gotta thank Internet Marketing for changing my life, I didn't even go to college, I graduated from High School and just educated myself for about 2 years while working in different jobs, mainly construction. It's been hard but now I am blessed!

    by the way I'm only 23 and doing great with IM! in my opinion that is lol

    I hope this motivates you to pursuit IM as your main income stream soon...

    Matter fact you can start making this kind of money whenever you decide to really. It all takes the right info, that's it!
    I mean why do people go to college? why are these "gurus" making the money that you wish you were making?

    Is all about what you know and how you use the information, that's it!

    It can't get simpler than that!

    Learn as much as you can online....that's exactly what I did to go from $150 a month to about $2,000 a month and now an average of 5k!
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    • Profile picture of the author devogolf
      Originally Posted by freddyjrtips View Post

      I have recently (2months ago) quit my construction job and started working as an Internet Marketer full time.

      I was working full time in construction and just couple hours a week online. Now I'm averaging $5,000 a month that is why I am going full time with Internet Marketing.

      I gotta thank Internet Marketing for changing my life, I didn't even go to college, I graduated from High School and just educated myself for about 2 years while working in different jobs, mainly construction. It's been hard but now I am blessed!

      by the way I'm only 23 and doing great with IM! in my opinion that is lol

      I hope this motivates you to pursuit IM as your main income stream soon...

      Matter fact you can start making this kind of money whenever you decide to really. It all takes the right info, that's it!
      I mean why do people go to college? why are these "gurus" making the money that you wish you were making?

      Is all about what you know and how you use the information, that's it!

      It can't get simpler than that!

      Learn as much as you can online....that's exactly what I did to go from $150 a month to about $2,000 a month and now an average of 5k!
      Some great advice freddy...Since I have really focused on one thing at a time I am seeing results. I am working full time and doing IM after that but i have taken a month off to really concentrate full time on the business. i am going to report my progress over the month on my blog...first report tomorrow. Will be useful info for newbies who are just getting going.
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    • Profile picture of the author loi77
      Originally Posted by freddyjrtips View Post

      I have recently (2months ago) quit my construction job and started working as an Internet Marketer full time.

      I was working full time in construction and just couple hours a week online. Now I'm averaging $5,000 a month that is why I am going full time with Internet Marketing.

      I gotta thank Internet Marketing for changing my life, I didn't even go to college, I graduated from High School and just educated myself for about 2 years while working in different jobs, mainly construction. It's been hard but now I am blessed!

      by the way I'm only 23 and doing great with IM! in my opinion that is lol

      I hope this motivates you to pursuit IM as your main income stream soon...

      Matter fact you can start making this kind of money whenever you decide to really. It all takes the right info, that's it!
      I mean why do people go to college? why are these "gurus" making the money that you wish you were making?

      Is all about what you know and how you use the information, that's it!

      It can't get simpler than that!

      Learn as much as you can online....that's exactly what I did to go from $150 a month to about $2,000 a month and now an average of 5k!
      You are truly inspirational.

      Awesome!

      I sincerely wish you all the very best.
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  • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
    40 hours a week, 1 hour drive to and from, and working on IM whenever I get home or whatever downtime I have at work.

    Luckily, I learned the in and outs of my IM methods over the past 2 years, so I already know the extent of the work I need to do to make things faster and easier.
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  • Profile picture of the author momtraders
    I dont work for pay per se, I help my finacee with our carlot during the day.. mon-fri 9-2, then pick up the kids at 2:30. I find that I am scrambling to manage my business now with this setup, but I would not change it for the world. I feel like I never get burnt out on any one thing. I mean come on, retsoring a mustang during the day, having family time and keeping my creativity alive through my business a few hours a day. I know yrs ago, I worked 16 hour days on my im business. It was a huge success, but I missed out on so much. I say if you can find balance, and enjoy each moment of your life, you are pretty damn successful. Now I won't lie, I sometimes wish I had more time for MOMTraders, but this is my life and I love it. Goodluck. also I like your sites. cool ideas
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  • Profile picture of the author datingworld
    i work full time, 40 hours a week, planning to retire from that job and concentrate more on IM.
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    • Profile picture of the author Vince1990
      I work a part-time job (30-34 hours) per week in addition to working on my online business. It's always nice to have extra spending money!
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  • Profile picture of the author dvduval
    I've been offered a couple of jobs here in Silicon Valley and turned them down. I have considered that with a high enough offer I would hire someone to help on my existing business, but with a growing business it would take a big offer because I would want to continue to invest in growth of my business.
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  • Profile picture of the author JimWaller
    I work a full time job, and haven't done much with IM because of it. Call it laziness, or lack of focus, or whatever. I've done the whole paralysis of analysis thing, which is why I'm very familiar with the theory of IM, but I'm bad at the application of it. Even though I know what to do, I don't do it. I'm working on changing all of that. I am a work in progress.

    Jim
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  • Profile picture of the author DoubleD3
    I do full time IM..
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  • Profile picture of the author alexgold87
    I am professional barista in coffee shop. I do it because I like it. And IM is like great addition for my inner world.
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  • Profile picture of the author thetrusted1
    Hey Rob,

    Ever since being kicked in the azz by ENRON back in 2001 -- yeah!, I used to work for THAT Enron!! -- I've been holding several pretty solid and stable full-time 8-to-5 (but actually more like 7:30-to-8pm) jobs, while "tinkering" with IM and MLM and Gifting and Matrices and whatever else grand theft money schemes looked bright & shiny to me!

    But not until I started working on my "mental" game, just this year, did I start taking this great IM game more seriously.

    Because I "tinkered" with IM and making money online in the past,....s"tinkie' money is exactly what I made! (zero to peanuts$$!)..........(Believe me, bro,.....the wife was NONE too happy about ANY of it!!!.....About damn near got divorced TWICE already now,......since doing my "IM thing".

    But like I said,..just this year (2012)..I've taken a more serious commitment,...truly viewing my IM endeavor(s) as a true solid and steadily growing business, by hooking myself up with coaches and mentors that are already (and still are) exactly where I want to be, and doing exactly what I want to be doing.

    ...All the while holding the steady FT j.o.b.,.....working long hard hours,....then coming home to do "Daddy duty" with my 2 angel kiddos and hubby to my highly skeptical & non-believing bride........ We gotta do, what we gotta do, Bro!

    But I do know one thing, Rob.....when you just have that fire, that inner drive, that burn, inside you that knows that you Can and Will do it,...and you already see it,..and expect it to happen,......I dunno, man,......amazing things just seem to happen,..and are happening,...to get you to exactly where you want to be.

    Cheers, Rob!

    Build out those two great sites of yours, Bro! Good Shtuff!

    ....The Best,....is Yet,..to Come......

    Driven,
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  • Profile picture of the author Jaspry
    Full time plus long commute (seems to be common!), IM whenever I get alone time from the wife =P

    Co-worker and I just formed an IM team... he knows a lot about programming and wordpress, I know a lot about IM, SEO, and web design practices. We're going to team up and make several authority blog sites and optimize them in every possible way for not only monetization, but informing/educating our users, providing a true GENUINE experience, and making them come back for more!!!

    Barely making enough right now to pay our hosting/registration costs, but when all the foundation has been laid I feel it's going to really work out!
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  • Profile picture of the author Monja
    on july, 1st it will be a year since i closed my private lessons agency. i loved working with the kids but the job totally burned me out. in my spare time i had already worked on my hobby site (a digital scrapbooking site - yes, you can make money with that LOL) and it turned out well. so my mum and i decided that it´s time to change something for me, for her, for our life. i earned great money in my private lessons agency but i know that it built up over the years and did not come from one day to the other. you need to be able to stand all the doubts inside you - that´s the most important entrepreneur session i learned over the years.
    to make a long story short - i now work full time on IM or generally on the internet. we could increase our income but i know it will still take time to get where i want to be :-)
    good luck to you!
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  • Profile picture of the author Trevor M
    I'm still working a full-time job while doing some internet marketing on the side.

    I work as a full time carer so there's a lot of opportunity to jump on the laptop and get some work done through out the day. It's perfect

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  • Profile picture of the author ryuchi
    Well count me in. I do work in a travel agency right now while doing internet marketing. Its not easy at first but I am glad that now I am used to it. It leaves my body and mind exhausted when I have too much problems however there is much more to look forward to in terms of earnings so I am contented.

    Ryuchi
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hersh
    I used to work in addition to my Internet marketing business. It's been five years now that I'm working for myself and doing what I love to do! The best recommendation I can give to those who are trying to get their online business moving faster and make enough money to quit their job is to focus on time management.

    When you're getting back from work, you're tired, frustrated, and nervous. You don't want to work when you're feeling that way, make sure to spend the time with your family and kids before you're starting, and when they go to sleep (your kids), you can then start working on your online business.

    This one tip took me from where I was to where I wanted to be in 6 months.

    Also, read as much as you can, on time management, marketing, sales, and related books. If you don't have the time, go for audio books. But make sure that you learn something new each day!

    Cheers,

    Mike
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  • Profile picture of the author TrumpiaTim
    I feel that most people do work full-time until their IM career hits a certain point where they would feel comfortable quitting their day job.
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  • Profile picture of the author ivanadee
    ME!!ME!!
    I am a lecturer and running my family store. But still, in love with IM.
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    • Profile picture of the author Peter Hansen
      I work IM full time.

      Still working on increasing my monthly income.

      Let me know if I can help you Warrior to Warrior.

      Good luck
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      • Profile picture of the author robp12
        So many awesome responses from everyone. It's always interesting to see what people are working full-time in addition to IM and who is working full-time in IM. It's also motivating to hear the stories of people who have once worked full-time jobs but left them once their internet marketing careers began to outpace the earnings of their original positions.
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        • Profile picture of the author BTbuzz
          Originally Posted by robp12 View Post

          So many awesome responses from everyone. It's always interesting to see what people are working full-time in addition to IM and who is working full-time in IM. It's also motivating to hear the stories of people who have once worked full-time jobs but left them once their internet marketing careers began to outpace the earnings of their original positions.
          I work probably 16 hour days 7 days a week, Construction, Songwriting, My im
          which is on going all during the day by phone internet, I burned out a HTC phone just today. Wake up at three solve a problem on biz, then sleep till 530 start all over again. Actually writing this i'm surprised I'm still standing ,I've been at this pace for 5 months. Like they say 20% knowledge 90% sweat, true in any biz.
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          • Profile picture of the author Jay Campbell
            Another full time worker, part time IM here. Between 40-50 hours in the office each week depending on how busy it is, and sometimes work in the evening as well catching up on projects. It can be hard to get any IM work done each week with all of the other work and family commitments, but with planning and focus it can be done.
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            • Profile picture of the author Fred_Acker
              Congrats on the grad Rob. And I see great amounts of cash flow in your future. Or maybe I just had way too much coffee?

              Anyway, I don't actually "work" a full time job. I am an owner operator and get paid to travel around the USA

              Been doing it for the past 17 years and it's harder to give up then I thought it'd be. However, I also do IM (well, actually getting back into it after a year off). And, I also trade the markets. "I like to have a well rounded life".
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  • Profile picture of the author cjshu99
    I have a full time job that makes right at 6 figures and has good benefits so its hard to quit. But I love the internet and make around $1000 a month doing affiliate marketing part time. Hoping to keep this going into my retirement years ( Im in my early 50's ). If I was a young guy, single and in my 20's I'd be pushing hard to make this a full time gig.
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  • Profile picture of the author SAV46E
    I'm a full time mum and part time student and business coach specialising in working with time stretched 'mumpreneurs' and helping them grow their businesses and I'm delving into IM to expand my reach.

    The baby and toddler alone make a 96 hr week (7-7, 7 days a week) It is all worth it though
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  • Profile picture of the author lisakleinweber
    I worked full time back in 1997-2002 as I grew my IM business. 97 to 98 I was in the army at a slow dispensary, and was able to work on my site at work, which was awesome. 98 to 2002 I was a police dispatcher and could sometimes write stuff at work, when I worked the night shift. That was cool too.

    2002 -2006 I was going to school full time and had just had a baby and had very little time for my biz, but it kept cranking out money which was great.

    2006 I quit school and haven't looked back. At this point, I can barely find three hours a day to work on my websites. If I had to go back to work at 8 hours a day I think I would die.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ben Armstrong
      Hi Rob,

      I work 40 hours a week in my day job, I also have a 4 month old son who takes up a lot of my time but I still manage to work on my business for 1-2 hours a night.

      It's hectic but it's doable so don't stress. You'll find the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nixgan
    Sweet,
    seems I am the only few not working yet.
    I am still studying and have a lot of free time for
    internet marketing!

    I even have time for games and dates too!
    Guess I am still young and
    have not faced the real world yet.
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    • Profile picture of the author ewb22
      I'm still working full time (37.5 hours a week), 8 months pregnant and working hard to make IM my main income.
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  • Profile picture of the author sdentrepreneur
    I have been full time with Internet Marketing since 2007. I used to own gas stations/auto repair shops. It's very doable my friends. I can honestly tell you..... about 80% of being successful is mindset. The rest is learning the skills.....cheers !!!
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  • Profile picture of the author adexaja
    i work 5 hours at night, and +-30 hours a week, i work at night in my country but afternoon at USA
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  • Profile picture of the author christinejones
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    I used to work full-time, but I became frustrated by not being able to use my full potential doing IM. I finally bit the bullet and embraced IM full-time since about one year. This has been the best year ever in terms of personal satisfaction and fulfillment. I don't make as much money, yet, but I have a lot more time for my hobbies and family, and I'm my own boss. It doesn't get better than that.
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  • Profile picture of the author ScrooG
    I am working full time which - with commute - takes up about 55 hours per week.
    I am supposed to be part time but they're using me 40 hrs/wk. I am HOPING they stop needing me full time so I can concentrate on getting some web sites up and running and bringing in some $.

    I was making $1000/month finally but now Google pulled the rug out from under my web pages, banished me to the back pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author eman1
    Great question! Most internet marketers that I know, including myself, first got started by working on their internet marketing businesses part time. As their businesses began to make regular money they reinvested some of their profits and grew their internet marketing businesses.
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  • Profile picture of the author sfx1971
    I currently work a 40 hour week and continue to work on my IM business. Luckily I'm freelance so I can do those 40 hours over 4 days and devote one full day a week to my IM business.
    The trouble is that while I'm at my main job I constantly think about my IM biz and it can be distracting.
    My point is this - don't become too distracted by your IM biz to the detriment of your main job, at least not until you can replace your main income!
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  • Profile picture of the author Irwin Dominguez
    I currently work full-time in finance/ accounting and work on IM "on the side", but I'm planning on going all-in; I love the internet and the IM business model is just insane!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author JKflipflop
    I was working full time for quite awhile. Thankfully, a lot of devoted side effort to IM paid off and I was able to make a strong footing in Affiliate Marketing - but yes, making the transition from part time to full time now is totally worth it. The freedom and flexibility to work hard but in your own time schedule is priceless
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    I work full time, but I'm mulling over quitting my job for a life of hustling. Of course I'll have to move to a cheaper country, but better food, better women... don't know how I'll cope!

    My day job is being software developer so knowing C#, SQL Server etc. etc. comes in very handy for making money online.
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  • Profile picture of the author Exel
    I personally don't work full time but I wouldn't mind it or see anything wrong with it.

    The main thing for me is always to enjoy what I'm doing.

    There are many ways to make money but only few things you can do and enjoy.
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  • Profile picture of the author bmokranus
    Am still working in full-time job, and i earn a good amount from IM, am planning to leave this job in a few coming months
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  • Profile picture of the author louie6925
    I'm a full time fireman, run a fire consultancy business and have two small children, run my IM biz around all that.......:.........god bless the invention of smart phones!!!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author robp12
      Originally Posted by louie6925 View Post

      I'm a full time fireman, run a fire consultancy business and have two small children, run my IM biz around all that.......:.........god bless the invention of smart phones!!!!!
      That's certainly a loaded plate of activites, congratulations on balancing it all, that's a feat!
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  • Profile picture of the author Monetize INTL
    haven't worked full time since 2004 .. IM has been my life ever since and i owe the internet A LOT .. any chance i have to give back i will .. best of luck bud .. i enjoyed reading many of the answers above, glad to see how the internet has changed so many lives in such a positive way
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  • Profile picture of the author michaeljcheney
    Keep on pushing guys - I remember that feeling when I quit my job around 10 years ago! Awesome, like walking on air.

    I quit a $50k a year job with the biggest company in the world (ExxonMobil) and since then I've made millions online so it's fair to say I made the right decision! ;-)

    The trick is to make the leap at the right time - some people need to have 100% of their costs covered by IM before jumping, others just 50%. Do what feels right but you have to push yourself out of your comfort zone.
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  • Profile picture of the author goindeep
    I work as a manager for a large firm which sucks doo doo, I have a house that likes to grow weeds in the yard, a kid that still craps its nappies, a labrador that is planning world domination, a MRs that wants me to do everything except sleep with her (lol) and in the rest of my time I try to squeeze my copy writing, gym, beer time with buddies and general life stuff in.

    Oh! Look. My lab just used my 1 year old's crap to make a nuclear weapon and fire it at the kitchen. There goes half my day.
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  • Profile picture of the author JayWiz
    I work from home as full timer and freelancer, mainly as freelancer. I am software and web developer. I am planning full time into IM by launching my 1st WSO soon. I have so many ideas for IM and it needs money and time to realize my dream.
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  • Profile picture of the author zelgly2
    I was working full time but left the job in 2010. now i am concentrating on Internet jobs. I prefer to stay at home and earn money since i have a small kid to take care of. But full time work+ Im would be hectic. So go for full time job but do im for few hours like evening 7 to 9 like that , not more than that. You might spoil your heath. once you get some steady income from IM start doing it ful time.
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  • Profile picture of the author ttdub
    I would say most people here just do IM part time. That's my experience at least.
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  • Profile picture of the author BettyR
    I work full-time from 9-5 and doing IM in the evenings. So far I have not made any money but that's because I need to focus on my IM biz more. I have learned a lot in the past two since I decided to do IM but have not implemented anything. For 2012, I decided to focus and implement what I have learned. Kudos to all the Warriors that have money.

    Ivette
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