Do you trust my blog as a good source for “making money online?” You really shouldn’t! I’ll tell you why. My blog is a make money online blog. So, the purpose of this blog is to make money. I make my money online via commissions. Think about it. I’m a salesman. Every make money online blogger is a hustler. We’re trying to sell you something that is overpriced, so we can take a bigger commission.
If ad program (A) gives me $100 for sale or referral, and ad program (B) only gives me $25, i’m going to push program (A) instead of program (B) even tho (B) is better. This applies to all salesmen. If you’re a stock broker or real estate agent, you’re going to push the higher commission regardless of the good of the client. This goes against the Fiduciary duties of the agent, but salesmen are always going to be salesmen.
I’ll give you another example. Making money online can be thought of as a business. An important part of business is the ability to save. If you can find a vendor who can supply the same product at a cheaper rate, it makes logical sense to deal with that vendor. So, if a make money blog is supposed to help you make money, shouldn’t they help you save money, instead of ripping you off? (reverse funnel system)
I see a lot of bullshit programs being pushed around. They are marketed by bloggers cause the payout is big. Let me focus on john chow and graham langdon. Before graham set up entrecard, he was the wonder kid who started the paid wiki pages. (i think the paid wiki pages is kind of a scam, but whatever) Graham contacted johnchow and offered him a nice commission. So, JC pushed the program and both made some nice cash on the deal. And then someone else set up a paid wiki page. He offered johnchow a better deal so JC started pushing that instead. The blogging game is not about loyalty or quality of product. It’s about the bottom line. That’s why you shouldn’t trust a make money blogger. Including me!
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