Sally Rhodes Stay At Home Business System Weegy:
I would call it more of a scheme than a scam. In my opinion the scheme is to get a whole bunch of people to pay for "training" in order to start making money, and only pay out monies to very few people to help show their "results" or testimonials. [ I may be partially wrong with saying that the company pays these people, because they don't identify where the money these people are earning is coming from. For all I know those $6,000 checks you see are about as real as Monopoly money.
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I just paid my enrolment on stay at home business system and the computer went off after I finished hearing the video how do i go back and set up my businessWeegy:
Doesn't look good.
A couple of things to think about:
#1 anytime there is a 'limited time' opportunity, it's not a good idea. Many people use this as a 'fear of loss' tactic... [ if you don't sign up today, you miss out.
#2 making claims of earning $600+ per day working from home - even though she says it's not a 'pie in the sky' dream - it really is. Making that kind of money from a home based business OVER TIME is possible, but right out of the box... NO.
#3 Charts, graphs, supposed bank or pay-pal diagrams showing proof of income are very easy to create in any word processor.
Unfortunately the site looks like so many others that make the same claim. I suspect the only one getting rich here or making that $600+ a day is the creator of the site.
Yes I have tried Rachael Ryan Stay-at-home-system and I highly recommend her if you have some experience in affiliate marketing.
I DO NOT recommend her if you have no idea what affiliate marketing is.
What you get is the basics to affiliate marketing, how to set up and establish a clickbank account, information concerning blogging, and many downloads that can be used to establish your own website. You also get a website creator.
What you do not get is the domain and hosting of your new website. This will cost an extra $200.00 if you go with Rachael's suggestion.
You do not get the information required to driving traffic to that website. You do not get information on using the website creator or advice in making a website that actually generates sales.
For the $39.95 that she charges, you get a wealth of information and it might be the key to someone who has been struggling making successful affiliate marketing campaigns.
In summary, Rachael Ryan gives a ton of knowledge about Affiliate Marketing and not much wisdom to go along with that knowledge.
My website that I created with Rachael Ryan stayed dormant for 3 months. ] Expert answered|latefisher|Points 2628|
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