Thursday, December 27, 2007

Is the Internet Too Saturated with Opps?

Here is another good article from Stone Evans, the creator of PlugInProfits, the system that am following ardently right now with very good success so far, even over the Holidays! Just persist!

“Some people worry that the Internet is too saturated with others promoting home business opportunities... They think it will be too hard to get attention with all the noise.

From my point of view, that's true AND false.

It's true that the Internet is full of people promoting different home business opportunities including PIPS. But it's also true that there are MILLIONS more *looking* for an opportunity like the Plug-In Profit Site or any of the affiliate programs you belong to such as Success University, Empowerism, SFI, Leisure Audio Books, Host4Profit, etc.

The market is ENORMOUS. The key is just positioning yourself so that people travel through YOUR links to sign up for these programs. They are going to sign up anyway... It would just be better if they signed up through YOUR LINK! :-)

That said, one of the areas people often overlook when they get online and join a home business opportunity is the OFFLINE market. Activities such as passing out flyers, giving away business cards, running classified ads in local newspapers and advertising in magazines allow you to "break through the noise" and get your marketing message heard.

Very few people who are promoting an opportunity online are promoting the same opportunity offline. This spells out a HUGE window of opportunity for those with the ambition to take advantage of it. You can literally make a fortune with something as simple as promoting your Plug-In Profit Site sales page in offline newspaper and magazine classified ads.

Best regards,
Stone Evans, The Home Biz Guy”
js: Hey, what can I say? This guy is a success and am not, in comparison. So who am I going to listen to? Myself? Hardly! But I will begin this in the New Year. So plan appropriately if you too are in this system (or any other for that matter).

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