Internet Hype – Do Leave Home Without It!

All right. I’m sick and tired of all the hype on the internet. And I can’t believe people actually fall for this stuff. You know, the promises of six-figure incomes–not yearly–but monthly; the promises to help you leave your day job within three months; the promises to give you the knowledge to work three hours per day or less and spend the rest of the time on the golf course or at the gym. Come on. As John Stossel says, “Give me a break!” knowledgehype

I just can’t take it. Can you? Now granted, just like you, I’m researching and reading, trying to grow a home-based business on the computer. I put the hours in and I work very hard at it. I write ebooks (that’s right, I write them myself; I don’t get them as resell rights), I write articles, I write poetry, I write Christian stories and poems–and I’m getting a small return right now on my investment in time. So how can these others promise to get me to make millions with little or no effort, if I’m putting in a ton of effort and only seeing modest returns? Am I that dumb or inefficient? Are these people just natural born geniuses? gossipcare

In answer to the above, I really doubt it. Hype does sell to the unprepared, the naive, and the credulous. Even I sometimes fall for the latest internet guarantees that dot the cyberspace landscape like ants on a fresh ice cream spill. How frustrating! Is there anyone out there that’s honest? After all, we all want to escape the rat race, and we all want financial freedom. Our individual motives might be different, but the ability to spend more time with our families and not to be subjugated to some boss’s eccentric whims is something borne of a fantasy. But to earn this fantasy through hype and misinformation is a crime in and of itself. Every time I click on one of these ads which promises me such things, I feel as though I’m reading the same template with the words changed around a bit. Even the colors and highlighting of the words are the same from page to page of these unoriginal mouthpieces. For more info please visite Here:- odorix

Now the good thing about this copycat syndrome is that there is an enormous opportunity for those who are honest and who do break the mold and come up with something original. I’m not saying that I’m the one to do that, but at least I don’t hype my ebooks the way these others do. For that, I hold my head up. Come on internet marketers, take the narrow way and come up with some good honest information. You will be well rewarded for it. After all, we all can use some good people out there in cyberspace, not leeches who are looking to make a fast buck on some poor unsuspecting surfer. Fight the good fight. It will be well worth it.

To visit Joe’s author page on Amazon and see how his mathematical talent has been used to forge a beautiful collection of love poetry, click below to get the kindle version. You will then see the many connections between mathematics and love.


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