Recently I helped my sister put together a business that within a year grew substantially. She then wanted to launch a product that she purchased rights to. I helped her launch and got everything working. I was paid for my service and her business took off. Almost instantly from launch she started making over $1,000 daily and is still!
I know exactly the product and keywords to use to make that money since I helped with every aspect. She doesn't want me to use those keywords to do business and has asked that I don't.
Is it wrong for me to go behind her back and do it anyway? I guess that sounds greedy, but although I've been doing this for so long I have not had the time to put into getting my feet really off the ground.
I have over $50,000 in debt, am working an 8 hour a day job and my wife doesn't believe in this online business stuff. I just want to be done with debt already and could do it in two months if I did this.
Am I morally obligated to not bid on those keywords?
I need some clarity and help here. I'm so tempted to just do it and say "screw it, I need the money worse and am drowning here!"
I know how that sounds and am sorry if that offends anyone, but like this month I only have $600 in the bank and am going to overdraw again if I don't take action.
I am "allowed" to bid on any other keywords, but they are all untested and I don't have a budget to test with. It seems to me the world is big enough for two to bid on the same keywords...