I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that I sift through hundreds of sites to bring you something I can recommend.
The average is that only about 1 in 800 make it into the newsletter.
I thought you might like to hear of one that I rejected today.
Firstly, this is genuine and secondly, no, I’m not giving you an affiliate link!
Someone approached me to promote his new course - it shows you how to become … wait for it … a ventriloquist.
Apparently, you will be “admired” if you do take the course.
The cost is only $0.50 and I’ve been offered a massive 50% commission (i.e. 25c …) on each purchase.
Now, you’ll be very surprised (not!) to hear that I turned down this amazing opportunity.
But I do hope that you understood that, whilst this was an, err, extreme example, I do spend time finding products and services for you that can nudge and assist you towards that extra $1,000 a month.
And the ones that I show you are ones that I’ve looked at extensively, myself.
Another example - there’s a webinar today that I’ve been asked to tell you about.
Problem is, it’s all “secrets revealed”, “new - never before revealed” and “exciting”, “free” and so on.
Now they’ve said Ill get about $20 for each “free sign-up” (eh?) and that you’ll be charged $40.
But they won’t even let me preview it (cough, splutter!) and they won’t give me any more info.
So I’ve told them to “clear orf” in an awfully nice English accent.
What - you want the ventriloquist link?
Well, if you insist … it’s
Alun, who is not a vent act for rip off salespeople.
I tell you what I think, I show you what I believe in.
I avoid time-wasters, crooks, charlatans, nutters, twits and assorted weirdoes.
Let me know what you think about today’s newsletter, please:
- Here, how come that laptops are usually on top of a desk and that desktops are usually under the desk?