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Old 18th September 2006, 11:59 AM   #1
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Default Want To Work From Home? Sift Through The Scams. . .

Over at the Small Business Trends Radio Show website there was recently an episode dedicated to virtual freelancing.

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Do you work from home or have you ever thought about it? Avoiding the long commutes getting out of the rat race finding freelance work over the Internet, perhaps?
Of course everyone would love the opportunity to be their own boss. I thought I'd share this episode, How To Succeed As A Virtual Freelancer, for those who dream of working from home and need to know where to begin to achieve that dream.

Have a listen and provide your thoughts. . . I thought the show was loaded with valuable information on the subject such as how to avoid the multitude of online work from home scams and little-known detailed facts concerning what to look for in their communications from you.

What did you think?

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Old 16th October 2006, 01:33 PM   #2
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Default PAS news if anybody is interested

oh i've got emails from that same pas affiliate, and also Julie Wilson. but the bottom line is if all you do is buy ads then it's not a business. a real business requires you to know marketing techniques like seo and copywriting, and do some labor. An mlm friend of mine said he tried it for a few months and made over 6500 in a month but he spent almost as much on his Adwords campaign, so not too good in the end. i think the SEC just killed PAS anyway. i'm sure there will be copycats springing up... equally bad or worse.
this course has forex... universityofvictory.org/save-50-percent-on-Adwords.html and it gives the straight goods on all the scams out there that never mention the cost of marketing. it's like the educational passport to prosperity -emerald? thing but it's in prelaunch so maybe worth looking at.

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