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Home Business Marketing - Are You Disguising Your Opportunity?
Before I begin I just want to say to all of my readers; I know I have been away for a while because I've had writer's block! seriously I just wanted to scream when I couldn't get anything out of this noggin. (This has been a public service announcement......Thank You Lol)
It's time to get serious
I want to address this issue because I keep seeing the same thing over and over on a lot of websites. I can date this issue back to the early days even before I went to college and was looking for a part time job. No one is blind here and can see that the economy has taking a turn for the worst over the past few years; right now no one is immune to losing their jobs and many HAVE lost their jobs and have been unemployed ever since. Which brings us to the current topic at hand with mounds of individuals disguising their opportunities as jobs on job hunting websites. There are probably millions of people job hunting all over the internet day in and day out with no such luck. So I want to say this, that putting those "job listings" on all of those job sites are doing nothing but p*ssing people off trust me.
Finding a job is hard enough on people because the jobs are out there its just that most people fit in either one or two categories, underqualified or overqualified. They don't need to be looking for a job and finding your fake ads because it gives them temporary hope only to be smashed later and setting them off. I have seen people get very creative over the last year or so with their lisitngs, stating that its an entry level job, little or no experience is required, training will be provided, and even list wages such as $13-$17.00hr and so on. They bust their hump to make it look so real that you think you've found the perfect job, respond to the job with your resume only to receive an email inviting you to a presentation about a home business. No matter how many respond to your charade they will never be qualified leads who will join your downline, they want a JOB, NOT a BUSINESS, so they will always tell you no.
Real home business leads are targeted, not with misleading advertisement, but with whole hearted honesty aiming at the right people. Continuing this practice will only result in your failure and frustration until one day you just might quit your income opportunity and start bashing the industry as a whole when its not the industry's fault. If you have goals and a dream then you can definitely make it with the right skills and training from people who have no hidden agendas and genuinely CARE about YOU. Disguising your opportunity as a job is a scam to me and should be stopped the moment you realize that you are making the same mistake. Look, don't feel bad or ashamed because I made the very same mistake as well and I'm going to tell you how I made that mistake.
A year ago I joined this discounted membership home business and I began training right away. They told me to write at least 10-15 different "job" ads and go on craigslist into different cities and post the different ads particularly in the customer service and administrative/clerical sections every week. the reason for the many different ad copies was so that I could fool craigslist to keep my ads up without them knowing it was me posting biz opps from the same computer to different cities. Well they found out anyway and they would not let me post anything and if it did went through it was taken down 15 minutes later. Don't get me wrong, my inbox was flooded with resumes BUT once they received my email with the presentation, they flagged and reported my posts and not one of them signed up. So where did it get me? NOWHERE! thanks upline.
See! I made the same mistake but I learned from it and I stopped doing it a long time ago. Like I said you need the proper skills and training to get where you want to be, for every door that closes, a window of opportunity is always open. Take this window of opportunity and get the REAL training and skills you deserve to make it to the top click here
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