Making Money is Easy - With this little secret

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HA, got your attention.

My real question is this. It seems that everyone making money online is actually just telling other people how to make money online.

Everyone I have seen supposedly making money online is just repeating the same old stuff and with cheesy lines like How I made £10,000 in one hour or ON the beach making $$$$

It reminds me of the old money pyramids that used to go on, but now its the interent version. Is anyone actually making this money.

It must be the toughest niche to crack because everyone is doing it?

Or is it justy the few at the top of the pyramid making any money and everyone else trying to replicate what they are doing and at the end of the day just lining their pockets??
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  • Profile picture of the author Adie
    Originally Posted by diehardtwo View Post

    HA, got your attention.

    My real question is this. It seems that everyone making money online is actually just telling other people how to make money online.

    Everyone I have seen supposedly making money online is just repeating the same old stuff and with cheesy lines like How I made £10,000 in one hour or ON the beach making $$$$

    It reminds me of the old money pyramids that used to go on, but now its the interent version. Is anyone actually making this money.

    It must be the toughest niche to crack because everyone is doing it?

    Or is it justy the few at the top of the pyramid making any money and everyone else trying to replicate what they are doing and at the end of the day just lining their pockets??
    Pyramid - ponzi scheme = HYIP

    The real IM is nowhere near to that. An internet marketer who is promoting "tangible" products has nothing to do with pyramid....
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    • Profile picture of the author 4DayWeekend
      There are some people who have only made money by teaching others how to Make Money Online but certainly not everyone.

      Just look around the Internet - there are more profitable websites than you could ever count in all sorts of elaborate niches... Many of the entrepreneurs behind these sites have never touched the Make Money Online niche... And frankly, why would they?

      It is a misconception to think that you have to become an Internet Marketing guru to make money Online...

      Follow your passion...

      I'm into football (soccer) and there are tons of soccer fans spending big money Online on vacations, tickets, shirts, memorabilia and more... There is nothing stopping you from becoming an affiliate in that...

      After you make some money, even if it was only $50 a day... Teach it if you want to. You're then qualified...

      The majority of IM Gurus have had some success using another method to make money in the first place. Had they not, who would buy from them? Usually buyers in this niche demand proof.
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      • Profile picture of the author Horny Devil
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        Originally Posted by diehardtwo View Post


        Everyone I have seen supposedly making money online is just repeating the same old stuff and with cheesy lines like How I made £10,000 in one hour or ON the beach making $$$$ . . .
        You are obviously not looking in the right places.

        Keep looking at WSO and 'make a million' classifieds ads, and that's ALL you'll see.


        Originally Posted by 4DayWeekend View Post

        After you make some money, even if it was only $50 a day... Teach it if you want to. You're then qualified...
        Huh. Where did that pearl of wisdom come from?

        It's exactly that kind of mindset that contributes to the never ending flood of disappointed wannabe IM's.

        Making $50 a day doesn't qualify you to teach anything except perhaps how to earn less online than in an employed job.

        Too many people think they can cut the ice teaching others how to earn money online, after only a few weeks or months in the business themselves. The reality is they either know little more or less than the prospective pupil.

        You don't become a qualified carpenter in 6 weeks. You don't become an insurance expert in 12 weeks. Do the maths.
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        • Profile picture of the author GeroC
          Originally Posted by Horny Devil View Post

          You are obviously not looking in the right places.


          Huh. Where did that pearl of wisdom come from?

          It's exactly that kind of mindset that contributes to the never ending flood of disappointed wannabe IM's.

          Making $50 a day doesn't qualify you to teach anything except perhaps how to earn less online than in an employed job.

          If a newbie comes onto this forum who was jobless and learned a way to make money online. if s/he starts to make $50 a day, I would say s/he could definitly teach other newbies how s/he made $50 a day IMO. I dont see why it would be a problem. $50 a day = $18,250 a year and lets say this person making $50 bucks a day has a side job and the $50 a day is only from 2 hr a day. Well a jobless newbie can learn how to make $100 if he spends 4+ hrs a day. $100 a day * 365 = $36,500



          One thing I dont get about comments like this is people are told in many threads on the WF to go find PLR products rewrite and/or repurpose them and go do forum marketing in that niche to make money EVEN IF YOUR A NEWBIE to that niche, and then peolpe turn around and say hey YOU HAVE NO RIGHT doing that here in the IM world.
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          • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
            Originally Posted by GeroC View Post

            I dont see why it would be a problem.
            A newbie does not understand what is and is not repeatable.

            One thing I dont get about comments like this is people are told in many threads on the WF to go find PLR products rewrite and/or repurpose them and go do forum marketing in that niche to make money EVEN IF YOUR A NEWBIE to that niche, and then peolpe turn around and say hey YOU HAVE NO RIGHT doing that here in the IM world.
            It's not that you have no right. It's that you don't know the difference between good and bad information. Certain fields change frequently; IM is one of them.

            I wrote a completely original product two years ago which is now effectively worthless; it would be irresponsible for me to leave it on the market, so I didn't... but if I'd sold you PLR to it, you would have no easy way of knowing whether it was legitimate or not today.

            I've got another product I wrote two years ago which is legitimately evergreen. If I'd sold you PLR to that, you could release it untouched today and it would be every bit as good.

            The problem is that you lack the experience to tell the difference between the two.

            Meanwhile, "how to train your parrot to talk" hasn't changed in years and will probably never change. Neither will "how to raise worms in your basement" or "how to play winning poker." Most niches don't change much, if at all, from one year to the next. It's the fast-moving ones that you have to watch out for.
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            "The Golden Town is the Golden Town no longer. They have sold their pillars for brass and their temples for money, they have made coins out of their golden doors. It is become a dark town full of trouble, there is no ease in its streets, beauty has left it and the old songs are gone." - Lord Dunsany, The Messengers
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            • Profile picture of the author GeroC
              Originally Posted by CDarklock View Post

              A newbie does not understand what is and is not repeatable.



              It's not that you have no right. It's that you don't know the difference between good and bad information. Certain fields change frequently; IM is one of them.

              I wrote a completely original product two years ago which is now effectively worthless; it would be irresponsible for me to leave it on the market, so I didn't... but if I'd sold you PLR to it, you would have no easy way of knowing whether it was legitimate or not today.

              I've got another product I wrote two years ago which is legitimately evergreen. If I'd sold you PLR to that, you could release it untouched today and it would be every bit as good.

              The problem is that you lack the experience to tell the difference between the two.

              Meanwhile, "how to train your parrot to talk" hasn't changed in years and will probably never change. Neither will "how to raise worms in your basement" or "how to play winning poker." Most niches don't change much, if at all, from one year to the next. It's the fast-moving ones that you have to watch out for.

              I get it now. I never did think about it that way and now that you have explained it I get it. You just gave me a great piece of info at the perfect time because I am just starting out myself and now learning about how some topics change or don't change will make a great difference for me when I choose a niche.

              thank you CDarklock
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              • Profile picture of the author PR Wizard
                If you're basing your assumptions on the offers you see here on this forum then yes it might appear as though many successful IM'ers make their money telling other people how to make money. However, most people who come to this forum are here to learn either how to make money online or to learn how to increase their current earnings. This creates a supply and demand situation. Most come to the forum to learn, others come to make money/teach. Now personally, I wouldn't touch the IM niche with a ten foot pole. Too saturated in my opinion. I do make money online though, just in other niche's that I am interested in so I can honestly say that yes there are those of us who are actually making money doing something other than selling "how to make money online" products.
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              • Profile picture of the author cbader
                Well, that's the problem with marketing isn't? It's always moving

                I think the original question has a lot of validity to it. Who made the most money during the Alaskan gold rush? If you said it was the people trying to get a claim and dig up gold you'd be wrong. It was the people selling picks and shovels.
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                • Profile picture of the author ripsnorta2
                  Originally Posted by cbader View Post

                  Well, that's the problem with marketing isn't? It's always moving

                  I think the original question has a lot of validity to it. Who made the most money during the Alaskan gold rush? If you said it was the people trying to get a claim and dig up gold you'd be wrong. It was the people selling picks and shovels.
                  The other folks making huge amounts of money during the gold rush were the bars and the brothels.

                  I say this because not only those selling the tools to people trying to make money online are getting rich, but if you could identify what those people trying to make money online want to spend that money on, you could get rich too.
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          • Profile picture of the author Horny Devil
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            Originally Posted by GeroC View Post

            If a newbie comes onto this forum who was jobless and learned a way to make money online. if s/he starts to make $50 a day, I would say s/he could definitly teach other newbies how s/he made $50 a day IMO. I dont see why it would be a problem.
            The clear point of the post was that making $50 a day doesn't make anyone an expert. Perhaps you missed that bit.
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            • Profile picture of the author GeroC
              Originally Posted by Horny Devil View Post

              The clear point of the post was that making $50 a day doesn't make anyone an expert. Perhaps you missed that bit.
              I'm sorry but I think I did get it. I never said that they are a expert if they are making $50 a day. But someone that can teach someone else how to make $50 a day when that someone is making $0.00 a day is not saying hey an expert because I make $50 a day.

              Just because you know something that others don't does not make you an expert BUT if it is something that can help someone be a little bit better at whatever it is that some wants it is ok to charge them IMO.

              When I was in college taking statistics my prof was teaching the student and if they would get confused about something, she asked me to explain it to the class because I picked it up quickly and have the ability to explain things to people in different ways that make it more simple which she learned from teaching me in another class. Some of the students thanked me after and I even had two people start sitting at my table. Now I was by no means an expert in statistics and still don't know how I pulled a 83% in that class but I helped people bring their mark from failing to passing. I totally could have charged money to help them get the better grades that they got because of me knowing how to better explain it then my prof. I guess what I'm trying to say is I'm not an expert in stats but if I didn't offer my time to help them (they may have got help elsewhere) otherwise they could have gone on failing the class and having to take it again for another $380 because my prof could not get through to them.
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        • Profile picture of the author Kal Sallam
          Originally Posted by Horny Devil View Post



          Making $50 a day doesn't qualify you to teach anything except perhaps how to earn less online than in an employed job.
          Says who?
          You are not the market....if there is a demand for you're stuff then you're good no qualifications needed.
          It depends how you phrase you're words,

          Perhaps "How to earn an extra $50 per day doing such and such" sounds more appealing.
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          • Profile picture of the author Horny Devil
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            Originally Posted by GeroC View Post

            . . . someone that can teach someone else how to make $50 a day when that someone is making $0.00 a day . . .
            You can sweep roads or stack shelves and get more than $50 a day in the USA & UK. Why learn to make that online? Of course if you're talking about impoverished countries it's a lot of $$$'s. There again, this thread was not country specific, and WF is overwhelmingly USA & UK populated.

            No-one is on $0.00 a day. If it's not welfare benefits then raking leaves or pool washing pays bucks in your pocket. It's a mindset.


            Originally Posted by Kal Sallam View Post

            Says who?
            You are not the market....if there is a demand for you're stuff then you're good no qualifications needed.
            Who says there's a demand for $50 a day? (see above) Your good when you KNOW more and EARN more than that. Then there's no qualifications needed.

            Any man and his dog can tell you how to earn $50 a day online. You shouldn't even be IM otherwise. Does that mean tens of thousands of 'earn $50 a day' gurus have to pollute the web with 'eke an existence' ideas?

            I can tell you how to earn $50+ a day sweeping the roads, washing cars, mowing lawns, walking dogs . . . . Dream the dream, live the reality.
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            • Profile picture of the author cbader
              Originally Posted by Horny Devil View Post

              You can sweep roads or stack shelves and get more than $50 a day in the USA & UK. Why learn to make that online? Of course if you're talking about impoverished countries it's a lot of $$$'s. There again, this thread was not country specific, and WF is overwhelmingly USA & UK populated.

              No-one is on $0.00 a day. If it's not welfare benefits then raking leaves or pool washing pays bucks in your pocket. It's a mindset.




              Who says there's a demand for $50 a day? (see above) Your good when you KNOW more and EARN more than that. Then there's no qualifications needed.

              Any man and his dog can tell you how to earn $50 a day online. You shouldn't even be IM otherwise. Does that mean tens of thousands of $50 gurus have to pollute the web with 'eke an existence' ideas?

              I can tell you how to earn $50+ a day sweeping the roads, washing cars, mowing lawns, walking dogs . . . . dream the dream, live the reality.
              I don't think that's the point. $50 a day in IM doesn't mean $50 a day total. I thinks it's smart not to quit your day job while attaining money online. If you have a full time job and you can bring an extra $50 a day then that is great. Once your IM business makes the same as your full time job, then you can quit your job.
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              • Profile picture of the author Horny Devil
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                Originally Posted by cbader View Post

                I don't think that's the point. $50 a day in IM doesn't mean $50 a day total. I thinks it's smart not to quit your day job while attaining money online. If you have a full time job and you can bring an extra $50 a day then that is great. Once your IM business makes the same as your full time job, then you can quit your job.
                Point taken. But that wasn't stipulated in the ingredients earlier.
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            • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
              Originally Posted by Horny Devil View Post

              You can sweep roads or stack shelves and get more than $50 a day in the USA & UK. Why learn to make that online?
              Because sweeping roads and stacking shelves is boring, and sucks, and you can't do it in your underwear while watching anime?

              I mean, come on. Sure I could make more money sweeping roads or stacking shelves, but I put on clown paint and rant drunkenly on video for a living. That's pretty freakin' awesome.

              You got your dream, I got mine. Don't knock a man's hustle.
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      • Profile picture of the author New beginnings
        Originally Posted by 4DayWeekend View Post

        Follow your passion...

        I'm into football (soccer) and there are tons of soccer fans spending big money Online on vacations, tickets, shirts, memorabilia and more... There is nothing stopping you from becoming an affiliate in that...
        I'm also based in the UK and new to the internet marketing world. Being a Brit i know football (soccer) is huge here and i was wondering if it would be worth getting into this field.

        PS. i sometimes wish we hadnt let Steve Clarke go - you have unearthed a gem.
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        • Originally Posted by New beginnings View Post

          I'm also based in the UK and new to the internet marketing world. Being a Brit i know football (soccer) is huge here and i was wondering if it would be worth getting into this field.

          PS. i sometimes wish we hadnt let Steve Clarke go - you have unearthed a gem.
          Field - Pun intended?
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          • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
            Originally Posted by Resale Rights Ninja View Post

            Field - Pun intended?
            He should have made a pitch

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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Originally Posted by diehardtwo View Post

    It seems that everyone making money online is actually just telling other people how to make money online.
    It only seems that way because people who make money OTHER ways are not doing it here. They are doing it somewhere else.

    But when you are in the business of telling people how to make money online, you go where people are trying to find out how to make money online. Which means, you know, here.
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  • Profile picture of the author stefanuskusuma
    Originally Posted by diehardtwo View Post

    HA, got your attention.

    My real question is this. It seems that everyone making money online is actually just telling other people how to make money online.

    Everyone I have seen supposedly making money online is just repeating the same old stuff and with cheesy lines like How I made £10,000 in one hour or ON the beach making $$$$

    It reminds me of the old money pyramids that used to go on, but now its the interent version. Is anyone actually making this money.

    It must be the toughest niche to crack because everyone is doing it?

    Or is it justy the few at the top of the pyramid making any money and everyone else trying to replicate what they are doing and at the end of the day just lining their pockets??
    The real Internet Marketers out there are those who have found, tried and done many many methods of making money online regardless whatever niches they choose to promote. They also know which ones are better than the others, which ones are working or not and which ones can be automated (work SMART not hard) to suit their lifestyles and at the same time get the income they desire.

    Teaching other people how to make money online is simply one of the evergreen market. There are always people looking for opportunities especially today where the internet and online industry have become the fastest, biggest and phenomenal market with the limit is the sky. More importantly, if you have been observing, you would have seen the technology has completely changed we live our lives.

    In the Internet Marketing world, you will find that there is plenty of ways to make money online from domain names (.com boom in 1999) to making money selling ebooks through kindle platform. And these people have made themselves a fortune.

    The key is always to educate yourself not just in business, but in all areas of your life. Those with knowledge will obviously have the benefits over those who are ignorant. My favourite book to read is "Get Rich Click" written by Marc Ostrofsky and I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in internet marketing.

    I hope you find these useful and never stop learning
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  • Not everyone makes money telling people how to make money. Not at all. Just provide a solution to a problem. That solution could be showing people how to save money or it could have nothing to do with money at all. There are many ways to make money online.

    Here are 3 easy newbie ways:

    Clickbank
    Google Adsense
    Amazon
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Ten
    I think that there are lots of niches that one can earn money in potentially that are quite ethical, helpful and honest.
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  • Profile picture of the author WebPen
    I've actually made a LOT more money outside of the IM niche

    Paid Advertising + Targeted Audiences + CPA = $$$

    The reason that so many people market to the IM niche is because they love the idea of IM. Since you're told to market in a niche you love, they choose IM and press forward with it.

    But you definitely can promote other niches and do very well.

    I knew a guy that did 6 figures online as an affiliate for model trains...
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  • Profile picture of the author alpinewood
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    If the "make money online" product was about how to deliver value to others then it'd be legit. If it's promoting how to make money with the press of a button then that wouldn't be too good, it's such a saturated market now that it's harder than before to separate genuine from fake
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  • Profile picture of the author Ernest Simon
    I personally like the concept of find a problem that a group of people are woried about and provide them a solution either for free or for a small fee (depends on your marketing funnel).

    In your example, there are more and more people looking to solve a problem on how to make money online. If you provide a unique solution that people love you will make money. The same would also apply on most other niches too.
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    • Profile picture of the author cashp0wer
      I clicked on your post because I wanted to see what you thought would be so easy about making money online. When I first started I didn't find it so easy and I still don't even though I am doing well.
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  • Profile picture of the author sirtiman
    You see the point from negative side. Why don't you find and see from positive one?
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  • Profile picture of the author RedShifted
    My "secret" is to avoid the MMO niche likes its the plague.

    I would honestly focus on the things that NOONE is focusing on. When you study great businessmen like Mark Cuban, he always made his money by doing the 1 thing noone else was doing.

    Now I'm not going to that extent, but I'm still doing something I see very few people doing. And thats advertising high contract jobs in free marketing mediums. Niches like home improvement are great for this. Collect commissions on jobs that get sold, and you can make a fortune. If anyone tells you this is hard to do, they have never done it before.

    For instance. I posted 1 video on FB the other day, it took 2 minutes to do, which converted into an $800 commission. Its almost like promoting CPA but with a much higher ROI. Everyday I login to my CL accounts, and renew around 25 ads. Those ads always convert to around 4- 7 leads a day.

    Some days its less, some days its more. But the point to focus on is how much work it takes and how much potential $ you can make. It takes me not even 30 minutes to renew all my ads, and the commissions I get are ridiculous. Once I start promoting my facebook page hard, things will only get better.

    To me, the real $ is in these exact types of industries. Some of these jobs only cost $2,000-$3,000 to do, and the companies are selling them for more than $10,000. I've seen one job sell for $24,000 that cost $4,500 to do. So these businesses will have NO PROBLEM commissioning you on leads you get them.

    Thats why I say, if you really want to make money, screw 99% of the crap you see people doing on here. Everyone is trying to promote clickbank or amazon, write thousands of articles.. for the smallest commissions you could imagine. And honestly, it seems like a lot more work too. You have to sell hundreds and hundreds of products just to make some decent money.

    With large contract jobs, all it takes it 1 or 2 jobs a week and your set. Considering how small a scale I'm doing this on right now, and how profitable its proven to be, its got to be one of the best ways to make money "online".

    Profit to me is all about time vs money. The least amount of time you can spend, while making the most $ possible, that is how you get rich. I mean really. Do you think Mark Cuban would sit down for hours everyday doing SEO and writing articles? I'm not talking about right now when he's already a billionairre. I'm talking about back in the 1980's when he was still small.

    Even back then he aimed as high as he possibly could. He reinvented the way the internet works. He leveraged the "bandwagon effect" to his benefit. And what he did was jump OFF the bandwagon completely. When NOONE was using the internet to play radio, he was the first one to do it. He made billions by doing something noone else was doing. Now its not always easy to find ideas that briliant. But the point is to ALWAYS aim high. The money is NOT in the most obvious ideas, its usually where noone is looking.

    -Red
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    • haha , that`s why I`m avoiding "make money online" niche

      It is similar situation like with buying stocks.
      Have you heard about Facebook IPO ?
      The money were made before the IPO (Zuckerberg , his business partners , affiliates and some employees).
      Poor suckers bought the stocks with profitabilty about 1% per year...
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    • Profile picture of the author cjreynolds
      Originally Posted by RedShifted View Post

      My "secret" is to avoid the MMO niche likes its the plague. [....]
      I wish I could thank you twice for that post! Lightbulb Moment!
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  • Profile picture of the author DaZapper12
    Well yea nice catchy lines are always effective, in practically any niche! But well my signature is not so appealing isn't it? loll
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  • Profile picture of the author WebPen
    Remember that the "make money online" niche is just part of marketing to IMers in general.

    You can also sell
    -WordPress themes or plugins
    -Software
    -Video templates
    -PLR
    -Services (copywriting, writing, graphics, etc.)
    -Mindset stuff
    -Internet security stuff
    -etc.

    So it's not necessarily the toughest niche to crack if you use the talents/knowledge that you already have, or are willing to learn.
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  • Profile picture of the author LukeDavenport
    Yeah that's kind of what i saw it as when i first got into IM!

    But it really isn't all selling make money products, the reason most people have their own make money course or programs. Are because they are so passionate about what they do, and feel they can help others do the same.

    Of course along with making some nice cheese here and there.

    That's how i feel when i make money online, i just think to myself "If it's that easy i can show others how to do the same!"

    Good point though.
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  • Profile picture of the author Demetrius
    To me, making $50 a day is a big achievement. Actually it is a big an amount for me. It will bring $1500 at the end of month. Everyone should not consider the person who is making $50 per day as an expert but I think he have got the potential to become an expert very soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    ALOT of folks making money online are NOT selling "make money online".

    I think you see this personally because of the sites and circles that you're in and personally visit.
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  • Profile picture of the author theory expert
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    I was watching Jeff Walker video today talking about how he was struggling. He bought a book on how to publish ebooks online. He was already reading stock market books, so, with no credentials, never in the financial industry, he decided to write on stocks, and, started with 19 leads. His first product launch made him $1650. Then on and on....then he got into the teaching/launching to IMers and the rest is history. He made more in this MM field than he did in that other one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Broderick Boyd
    I've made a lot of money outside of the money making niche in the dating niche and right now I'm making over $500 a month. Money making is a good way to make money however, but I don't recommend it as a good place to start.

    If I were you I'd start with an area that you're currently VERY passionate about, such as gardening, snow boarding, video games, poker etc.

    Hope that helps!

    -Brody
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  • Profile picture of the author Tscott
    There are some great ways to make money online that actually help people and are not scams, you just have to find one and stick to it. Maybe you should consider offline marketing if you like working with people.

    Seems it is hard for us to focus on one thing and "git er done".
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  • Profile picture of the author fatcitygirl
    Nice headline! There is no 'secret' to making money online. A lot of people CAN make money online it's just sticking to a program that works and keep at it. Too many people give up and move on to the next new money-making product and just keep repeating that process.
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  • Profile picture of the author Knowlij
    The OP is wrong is several ways.

    1) The MMO niche is NOT a pyramid scheme.

    2) You are correct about the niche being packed, but it is NOT hard to crack or profit from.
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  • Profile picture of the author goguy
    It's not a pyramid scheme and it's very easy to crack if genuinely you know some cool ways of making money.
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  • Internet marketing wouldn't be that popular if people aren't earning from it. Serious online marketers just know their thing probably from their own experiences and explorations.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Kent
    Very funny. He's here and saying all the people who earns money are just doing it by
    saying how to earn $$$.
    I don't know which part of the forum there's only threads/WSOs like that.
    I see different products and services on graphics, seo, wp themes and plugins and many more. But he only sees such money making scheme posts or products.

    May be time to clear your eyes, perhaps your mind.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark72
    Is anyone actually making this money.
    Yes.

    But you need to put the time, effort and money in to begin with before you see any results. Just like you would with any other business.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMAdam
    It may seem that way but it's not. Look at all the affiliate market places, type in any common keyword in any SE, ebay, blog owners. Those people are making money "online."

    The truth of the mater is, people want to learn this stuff and when you're new you need to start somewhere.

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  • Profile picture of the author FilipinoRockstar
    You know, I used to think like that. "Everyone in the MMO is just a bunch of scammers" but truth is I still buy because I want to know. The reason why I never did make money was because I made excuses to myself and kept on being skeptical about what everyone says.

    But one day, I woke up and realized that I still wasn't making money because I simply didn't take action. And because of the desperate situation I was in, I finally committed to one method and kept at it, never looked back since. I can proudly say I make more than enough to make IM my full time job

    If some kid from a third world country can make money online, why can't you?
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