This means potentially massive opportunities across various sectors for those willing to look at things from this perspective. And it also means even more people will be coming online in search of genuine opportunities to increase prosperity.
What will they find when they arrive? Probably more bullshit and nonsense.
I saw the very same copy and paste affiliate promotions come in today from two people I'm friends with and I just had this moment of clarity. The "Internet marketing" sector just gets more absurd every month doesn't it?
Nobody seems to care whether or not their readers actually receive value or learn how to make money. In fact it really seems virtually everyone is pushing the same packaged garbage that will likely produce little in the way of legitimate results if used by a real entrepreneur.
How many major product launches with blockbuster movie titles and little true substance have we seen in the past six months? How many of the average users of these systems have made even the first dollar in profit?
This is just insane and it keeps on going. I realize most opportunity seekers are jokers looking for a handout but even a small % of sincere seekers means there are thousands and thousands of people who really do want solid info.
But they'll probably get sideswiped by this infatuation list owners have with the latest and greatest crap to get rolled out.
What about people who don't want to plug into this insane idea of...
"I'll just sell stuff to sales people so they can get better at selling their marketing tools to other marketers who in turn will be able to use those resources to do a better job of selling B2B items to other online business people."
This is extremely bizarre and yet the people involved carry on as if nothing absurd is being perpetuated day in and day out. It is extremely likely the IM bubble will burst even further than it has already in recent years and this whole silly party of "we'll all just sell B2B stuff to each other and then nobody has to bother with real consumer products" will be over.
Maybe the impending influx of new people as a result of the downturn will help initiate change. Many of these people will be unlike opp seekers in the past; folks who lost their job in the crunch really need legitimate business options and it'll be interesting to see their response to the mayhem that currently passes as valid home business information.
Does this rant make sense to anyone else in here? Am I alone in my disdain for the current state of the mainstream "Internet Marketing Niche"?