Playing To The Desperate

Wednesday, 28 November 2007 at 5:00 am Pacific USA Time.

I just found this on the website of a supposedly respected eBay instructor and author.

Want to do nothing and Make Money?
I want to do nothing and Make More Money!!
Sign Me Up!!
Make More Money for doing nothing?

Have an additional stream of revenue coming in and not have to work?
No, I am not joking. All you have to do is join the wildly successful Make More Money affiliate program, follow the easy how-to steps to sell the best-selling eBay Success Books, and you get a chunk of money from us each month!

Use your About Me page to make money
Are you even using your valuable About Me page? If you utilize it correctly, it turns into a money-making tool for you. Simply use the easy instructions to put text on your About Me page that directs the reader to our site…when your customer buys, you get PAID. You do not have to do any of the work – we will process the orders and do the shipping.

Not a lot of people understand how easy it is to make money with affiliate programs…and those of us who DO KNOW how easy it is, also know there are very few legitimate money making programs out there. This program is one of the good ones.

OK I think I’m done throwing up. This is so upsetting to me. I know NOBODY making a living from affiliate programmes. I know NOBODY who stopped working and found "financial freedom" from selling eBay success books or ebooks to anybody. And this is written like the reader is a child. I want to do nothing and make more money! Sign me up so I can do nothing and make more money. Did I mention doing nothing and making money?!

Valuable About Me page? Our latest research shows that About Me pages are being read LESS than ever. A few times a month, even for some of the big PowerSellers we work with. Even sellers trying to send people to the About Me page from their listings are seeing very few people hitting that page. We know this from our EverySeller Research tool. :)


The person who wrote this is trying to get you to sell HER products,
not those random products that seem to have no author in particular,
and just keep getting resold all over the internet. "Do nothing and make money" may be true, but the way this is written sounds like the desperate appealing to the desperate.

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