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You could make 8,209.47 per month … ya right!

Pile of MoneyWow, it has been a long time since I wrote that article about making money on the internet! Any way with the holiday season and some well deserved time off now over, I can get back to business, and in this article I want to continue discussing the premise that a lot of the internet marketers who are trying to sell you advise or programs about how to make money on the internet are basically phonies. That’s right, they are simple trying to get you to part with your hard earned money but really don’t deliver! If you read the first article, you’ll know that I believe that there is no such thing as a “free lunch”! And what I mean by that is that no one can promise you that you’ll make tons of money on the internet if you buy their system for $197.00 or $ 29.00 or whatever! No one period! Continue reading …

Can You Make Money On The Internet.

No Free LunchSome time ago I wrote an article entitled “You Can’t Make Money On The Internet!” wherein I postulated that most people would not be able to make money on the Internet because they just didn’t have the patience and persistence one required to succeed. Well today I thought I’d revisit this issue and examine some of the propaganda that I’ve received in the last 3 or 4 months. Much of this information leads you to believe that you don’t need the patience nor persistence to make money on the Internet, but I know for a fact that “just ain’t so!”. Before I take a look at this information though, I want to state that I firmly believe that “there is no such thing as a free lunch!“, period. When some one tells me that they can generate “tons” of target traffic to any web site I desire, and all I have to do is punch a couple of buttons, I just know that it’s a scam. Getting traffic to your web site is just not that simple. Continue reading …

Using Articles To Generate Web Site Traffic.

Web Site TrafficWriting good content is one way most people can generate traffic to their web site. It can be difficult, particularly if you don’t like to write, but I suggest that you dust off your writing skills or take a course at your local community college in creative writing because statically, good content does generate good amounts of targeted traffic. Now I know those individuals who will say that you can pay someone else to write your content, but I’m afraid in the long run that just doesn’t pay off. You see your readers will know, after a while, that it’s not your content. When they realize that, you’ve lost them – they’re gone, never to come back. So producing content that your follower will want to read is one of the best ways I know of generating traffic – quality traffic, but it has to come from you if you want to be successful. Continue reading …

Watch Jeremy Shoemaker in action ….

Shoemoney LogoToday I finally got around to reading my email and boy did I get a big surprise. I think it’s a safe bet that everyone knows I’m a big fan of Jeremy Shoemaker’s Shoemoney System. And I get a lot of people asking me why! Well as I have said in the past, the answer to that question is quite simple – his system works. No big secret, it just does. And further more, if you can’t make it work, you basically get your money back, because let’s face it, not everybody is cut out to run their own business, particularly on the internet. Continue reading …

Why You Should Consider Buying The Shoemoney System!

Shoemoney LogoEvery since I converted my web site www.daveneedham.ca to a WordPress system a few months ago, I’ve had a number of people ask me why I’m promoting the Shoemoney System. The answer to that question is really easy – because it works. But let me explain.

First, a little about myself. I’ve been involved in the computer industry for the past 35 years. I’ll let you do the math regarding my age. Anyway, when I started there were no PC, no cell phones and the internet was just being thought of. We had computers that filled rooms and IBM ruled the world. I started by writing programs in languages called RPG, COBOL or FORTRAN. You would write your code on a number of sheets, and then punch the code onto punch cards. The punch cards would be submitted to the system administrator who would run your program in the order they were received and your output came on green and white continuous feed computer paper. If you made a mistake then you repeated the process until you got it right. Sounds like fun, eh? Well that’s how it started. Continue reading …