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The tough economy has them coming out of the walls. PLEASE rethink spending thousands to learn eBay or the internet!.Posted Tuesday, May 19, 2009, at 8:50 AM
Kim Komando has a nice article about this subject today. http://www.komando.com/tips/index.aspx?i...
For those who do not know her, she hosts a weekly radio show about digital matters including computers, electronics, internet and all things in between.
I rarely, if ever hear things that don't make common sense and while it is often "over my head" she seems to be knowledgeable on subjects she discusses.
The point is, she is a voice of reason and this article takes a level headed approach to evaluate the many programs you hear and read about to become an "INTERNET MILLIONAIRE"!
I have actually had a few of my students come up during breaks to tell me of the 'package' they bought to help them drop ship their way to fortunes. One person claims to have paid $10,000 for a 'turn-key' system but did not know what he was going to sell yet.
I did my best to encourage him since he said it was already a done deal. BUT, I would strongly recommend staying away from these programs. They seem to take the work out of creating a successful business but folks, it requires work.
It may be fun, different and exciting, but it is still WORK.
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