Getting Started

When you’re building an online business, you have to start somewhere.  Maybe you’ve tried a few things and they fizzed out. Maybe you’ve been scammed a few times. Maybe you’re a beginner.

You have two choices:

1) Work for someone else.

2) Work for yourself.

I prefer option #2. I spent way too many years selling my time to other people, and now that I’ve tasted what it’s like to be my own boss, there’s no going back.

If you’re a complete beginner, and making money online is a mystery, it’s ok. You can still work for yourself.

As a complete beginner, I made $28,000 flipping my first blog, after only 13 months. You can read more about how I did that right here.

It will take time and learning and effort, but you’re worth the investment. Stop selling your time to others, and stop selling yourself short.

As I describe in my personal introduction, my goal here is to help other people get out of the debt trap, get out of the minimum wage trap, and step into a better financial future.

Not only does this site identify common scams to avoid, I also share what I’ve learned about general scamming techniques. Most importantly, I show you all of the opportunities that have helped me be successful working from home online.

Your time is valuable, so let’s skip straight to the big guns:

==>See how I made $28,000 selling my first blog HERE.<==