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A Zombie On The Web

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A Zombie On The Web

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My first 40 days experience as a dummy, without a clue of the network

When I first got the idea to write an article by myself I was excited, but then other considerations came in such as who would read my article, why I shouldnt do as others usually do: copy or pay someone to write it for me, or follow the wave and just publish something with those key words that get Googles attention.

Finally, the desire to do something positive (and my lack of resources) prevailed: ...

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My first 40 days experience as a dummy, without a clue of the network

When I first got the idea to write an article by myself I was excited, but then other considerations came in such as who would read my article, why I shouldnt do as others usually do: copy or pay someone to write it for me, or follow the wave and just publish something with those key words that get Googles attention.

Finally, the desire to do something positive (and my lack of resources) prevailed: I wanted my personal experiences to be useful to others!

A week ago I was really inspired by the action of a leader in this market, Derek Gehl that started with an exemplary action. Mentioning him is my way thank him (though he's in no need of my publicity) for his really free bonus, his principled action has brought thousands to reconsider the professional ethics of this market.

Basically, I feel confident that my articles may be useful for those who can relate with my experience and find some good and hot suggestions to help them to get the best and avoid the worst.

Further, can you imagine if there was success in an Italian, and only 10-year U.S. resident, as a beginning writer on the net? I even have my daughter Caterina proofreading my papers! Wouldnt this be a great scoop itself?

So, here I am, to tell you my truthful experience in these 40 days as a gypsy, wandering from one opportunity to another, so desperate for money to buy the offer that really reflected my situation (*), only to realize after I bought it, that in order to achieve the goal of making $1,000 in 24 hours, I needed to have a hundred bucks to invest, money which I didn't have!

This is one of the vulnerable points I will talk more extensively about: the companies, promises of low price opportunities, and unclear information about future investment requirements.

Anyway, I persevered, with confidence that among all these screamers in an open market there must exist something that could substantially work for me!

One of the first honest producers I met on the web that helped me a lot has been Jonathan Leger, who allowed me to understand that good information does not necessarily have to be expensive. I received a lot of guidance from his 7 Dollar Secrets Report (**) and it allowed me to start seeing a glimpse of light in my adventure!

I would like to close my first article with a couple of humble suggestions, coming from the suffered experience of my very beginning:

* Focus on finding persons/companies that prove to be honest; no machines replaying your questions. For this to be achieved you need to be straight in your questions and demand honest and crystal clear answers.

* It is important to have a friend that has some more experience, it made a big difference for me (thanks Patrick Moriarty), with whom you can share your thoughts with, and to help you keep your feet on the ground.

I sincerely hope that my voice can be heard, hopefully for some Gurus to be touched in their conscience, and that it might be helpful to improve this jungle-looking market.

(*) Desperate for money is a web publication of Shawn Casey, the well known author of Mining Gold on the web: http://tinyurl.com/ytyfw6

(**) The link for 7 Dollar Secret Report is: http://tinyurl.com/25m3kw

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