Ever since the introduction of money making programs became available. Mis-guiding experts decided to become more of a nuisance than provide realistic help to the newcomers on the net.
The type experts to watch for-
-The Feel Good Presenters-
These presenters seem to have such enlightenment That they forget about the real aspect of internet businesses and decide to market anything and everything. Coming up with a slew of unrealistic facts and answers about internet marketing as a whole. And alot of these marketers are involved in new age cults. Their sole intent is to brainwash you.
-The Know It Alls-
They may have an answer for just about everything even when it doesn't make any sense. They still in general will stand by it most of the time. They also tend to market everything and anything because they can't grasp the real meaning why they are in business just like other types of marketers. It boils down to one thing. There in it for the money and not the science of marketing a opportunity.
The know It alls can be pesty at times when dealing with them. But if they are pretty much swimming in money. They can be alittle arrogant. Sometimes very arrogant towards the people who are poor that are on a limited income.
Just because they are making loads of money doesn't aways mean you should trust them. You would be a fool if you let someone sway you to join them just because they are making tons of money. They could very well be affiliate garbage junkies that sign up for worthless affiliate programs and MLM opportunities.
http://www.ptotoday.com/0803whiner.html. An article in PTO Today points out that they do have lots of knowlege and may bend over backwards to correct you. But some know It alls are real phony causing you to believe their bogus information.
These individauls can do the most damage by getting you to believe their fantasies on the entire spectrum. Some may claim that they are multi millionairs and have businesses of their own but when comes to backing up their claims with the facts. They always run and hide giving nothing but excuses.
Many sociopaths have charactoristics of pathilogical lying along with the religous cult leaders today.
There are plenty of articles on this type of behavior. And If you are going to to attempt to battle them in a game of wits. Its best that you be armed with the certain kind of knowledge.
Well these people can inflict the greatest damage of all time if you let them. They can be your best friend, your next door neighbor, and even a close family member. Their main ejective is to talk you out of on your pursuit of your goals, your business, and your dreams. But remember, Dream stealers come in all shapes and forms. Sometimes they can talk you into quiting your legitimate business opportunity only to pursway you into joining their worthless junk program.
If you haven't already encountered such experts by today. You probably will sometime. These people can be the most crafty individauls anyone came across. Indeed, they will come up with the wildest hype stories anybody has heard just to convince you to join their business on the spot without allowing you to research the proposed opportunity they are selling you. Remember, there is no pie in the sky, no quick wealth overnight, and no lazy way to riches. Their intent is to con newbies out of their hard earned cash. Bottom line is: they care only about padding their wallet by signing up newbies who are the most which lack research knowlege. Even the experts that don't take time to do their own research risk damaging their credibility greatly.
Don't be pressured into a business by time windows. Such as the price will increase in sixty days if you don't join today and other simular high pressure selling tactics.
Never join a business just because someone new you met says so.
Never Join programs that promotes expensive products and services. You could damage your credibility in the near future when things go sour.
Always take time to do your homework by researching the opportunity before getting involved by asking questions about it.
A business opportunity will never be easy. It takes time to develope it. Takes time to build it. And it takes time to promote it. Never believe anyone that says its easy. They are just lying to you.
About The Author
William Jaroske is a self employed internet marketer. His website is http://www.dumbexperts.com