$10000 for any offline product/service

by harro1
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Hi guys

i have $10000 to invest in some offline product or service. Please suggest me some ideas.

feel free to PM me if you dont want to post it here.

thanks.
#offline #product or service
  • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
    Originally Posted by harro1 View Post

    Hi guys

    i have $10000 to invest in some offline product or service. Please suggest me some ideas.

    feel free to PM me if you dont want to post it here.

    thanks.
    You're going to have to be way more specific.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      You're going to have to be way more specific.
      I found the OP's post laughable when I saw it early this morning, and wondered who would reply. I even though about reporting it because it's so stupid. Just plain stupid. Who goes on a public forum and says, "Hey Everybody! I've got TEN THOUSAND BIG ONES to throw at whoever, for whatever; just tell me what you got!"?

      A troll or a soon-to-be-broke idiot. That's who.

      OP, do your own darn research.

      And with ten Gs, and the experience of 780 posts going back to 2010, you can create your own product, do your own marketing, and keep 100% of the profits since you own the whole platform. Why bother with someone else?
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  • $10,000 is more than enough to get started on nearly any kind of online business.

    It seems like you aren't prepared. With the amount of products online to buy, and the random things you may invest in, that money couipld disappear almost within an instant. You need to be careful. Treat that $10,000 as if it was only $100, so be frugal, and make wise investments.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron Lafuddy
    Claude, Jason, Hush!

    I was just about to inform this fine outstanding Citizen of the World, about the rare earth qualities of a product that I am very proud to be associated with.

    Dr. Lafuddy's Magical Elixir.

    Why just one snort, of this personogenic and curious pultitude, cures gout, baldness, blurred vision, ear wax buildup, pale tongue and any trace of a mustache, on women over 50.

    Now, as reluctant as I am to...share this "secret potion of the ages", I realize that it would be an act of extreme selfishness on my part, not to do so.

    harro1, your kind offer has appealed to the...ahem..."benevolent side" of my nature.

    In the hopes of sharing this "miraculous substance" with my fellow creatures, who also
    inhabit the fistular cosmos; I do hereby accept your generous offer of $10,000 to fund
    this most piliferous and emetiral enterprise.

    Now, as to the um...ahem, ahem...availability of funds...ahem...
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    • Profile picture of the author Joe J
      Originally Posted by Ron Lafuddy View Post

      Claude, Jason, Hush!

      I was just about to inform this fine outstanding Citizen of the World, about the rare earth qualities of a product that I am very proud to be associated with.

      Dr. Lafuddy's Magical Elixir.

      Why just one snort, of this personogenic and curious pultitude, cures gout, baldness, blurred vision, ear wax buildup, pale tongue and any trace of a mustache, on women over 50.

      Now, as reluctant as I am to...share this "secret potion of the ages", I realize that it would be an act of extreme selfishness on my part, not to do so.

      harro1, your kind offer has appealed to the...ahem..."benevolent side" of my nature.

      In the hopes of sharing this "miraculous substance" with my fellow creatures, who also
      inhabit the fistular cosmos; I do hereby accept your generous offer of $10,000 to fund
      this most piliferous and emetiral enterprise.

      Now, as to the um...ahem, ahem...availability of funds...ahem...

      Hehehehe

      Fortunately for you harro1, I have something very similar except it also makes you smarter.

      Act today and it's yours for $9,985.00 which leaves you exactly $15 for a new domain name: I-should-have-thought-this-through . com
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  • Lets not be unkind.

    (unless it is a load of nonsense)

    $10,000 should let you create your own product/service - best to choose something that interests, inspires and fascinates you.

    It would let you train, learn and discover how to do anything your desire - to create an ongoing income forever - copywriting, web design, graphic design, seo the list is almost endless.

    Obviously copywriting would be best - but I may be slightly biased.


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  • Profile picture of the author V12
    So much sarcasm. Not nice.
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  • Profile picture of the author V12
    Yeah well I used to ask similar questions at one time. Still do, sometimes. It's all part of the learning curve.
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  • Profile picture of the author V12
    More sarcasm. I'll leave you to it.
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    • Profile picture of the author M Bissonnette
      That is a very vague question.
      That $$ could disappear very quick and you need to be careful.
      Treat it as a small amount of $ over a disposable income.
      Consider what you are experienced or skilled at and do your research extensively.

      Good luck.
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