Well I tell you, not overall, but generally speaking, the ones that make millions online
are the ones that already have lots of funds to invest.
I could sit here and name them, IF I could remember their names.
Now I may be wrong when I say 'Mark Joiner' as I may be confusing him with someone else.
If I am correct, Mark already had a good amount of money. He owned a car dealership that
made good money for him and his family. So once again, don't quote me on the name as I
may have him mixed up with someone else. Mark went online and had the money to invest
in his schemes. Again, early on in the internet years. A very popular program he had was
a Traffic Exchange. Yes, just a friggin traffic exchange. It was one he had programmers develop
from scratch. He owned other programs online too and he had ghost writers write ebooks
and stuff for him. The last of Mark as us marketers knew him, he stated he was retiring and
he was selling his scripts, ebooks, etc AND that he had a forum set up with his programmers
that we could hire to implement his work. His price was $1,000.00 payable thru PayPal. I
wanted it because I wanted the traffic exchange. So I contacted him by email and I told him
I only had $500.00 in my PayPal and he said sure, send me the $500 bucks and I'll let you
have it. I did. I got it for $500. I received the works in the snail mail and the private links
for downloads and forum access. The forum was nothing short but wild. It was overloaded
with marketers that had bought the package. The forum was laid out by programmer name
too. One would post under Mr So and So programmer for Traffic Exchange or under Mr Some
One Else for another script and so on. Not only did Mark go out with a big pocket full of
cash, those programmers were making a fortune. The problem I had was they were backed
up like no tomorrow. I never used any of Mark's work, and basically it was $500 tossed to
the wind. The only good thing I can say about that transaction is, I saved $500.
If you want to make millions of dollars online, you need to have deep pockets, some very
good programmers, and some business sense. In addition, you must realize what you are
offering may not pan out and therefore be willing to lose thousands of dollars or at least
have a way to recoup the loss.
When I started online, there was no such thing as a blog. I can recall when it started with
blogs and that wasn't until about the year 2004 or so. Seriously blogging has not been
around very long. When blogging began, it was basically someones diary of their life.
Today there are many bloggers that are making money and some of them a whole lot of
money. Some famous bloggers are already retired due to the amount of money they
Then of course there are the affiliate programs. If you focus on driving a lot of traffic to
your personal website/blog, and place some ad scripts like google or something else, you
can make a fortune.
The first key is realizing you will indeed need to invest some money even if it is a small
amount for hosting. You'll need some knowledge of creating and editing your website
and managing your server. You may need to have funds for a professional web designer.
You'll need to focus on driving traffic to your site in a multitude of ways for at least one
year BEFORE you decide to script it with something like google ads.
Anyway, I am getting off track here but there is a lot of money to be made online and
unfortunately most people cannot distinguish between a scam, a legit, and will or won't
No, I was not into vitamins and all that stuff. Many wanted me in it but no I never did.
You ask me that some where.
Sure, like I said, I never did anything with AlertPay. I already knew what Ferhan was
about. As for his brother, what is a different story. There was some legal stuff there
in which he had to bring him onboard and move him from India to Canada....at least
on paper. I told them here at ClixSense NOT to add Alertpay but they did. I don't
know what all they did with AlertPay, money laundering and such, and I don't care
because I washed my hands of Ferhan a long time ago. Like I said, he was a nice guy.
Soft spoken. Very young at the time I knew him. He was like others at the time trying
to learn how to make money online and launch programs that would be successful....
and none of them panned out....not even AlertPay. So how corrupt he or the brothers
were or are, I don't know, I don't care, I just had enough sense not to bother with
Alertpay and I never did except for the time I tested Alertpay for him.
CS and NB admins communicated and when NB saw CS added surveys/etc, NB followed
suit. They were friendly to each and talked to each other and each placed ads for the
other. Altho not a network, they did have a friendly business relationship.
WL started the PTC much much longer than anyone else. StormPay came up with it
perhaps from viewing WL. SP saw how beneficial it was so that is when CS was