Skip to comments.Work From your Home Opportunities
Posted on 05/14/2014 8:42:32 AM PDT by Paul46360
Has anyone ever tried those work from home opportunities that was being hawked on Hannity radio program?
If you have to pay them, then you have to be careful
I am suspect of some of the advertisement on his show lately
It pisses me off that the major advertisers are gun-shy to buy ad time on those shows, but it is what it is
He had a ‘dfating’ site called “name your price” or something like that, that seemed pretty unseemly for a conservative show
herbalife not really my cup of tea but some do very well at it. I like Watkins instead
Smell test: Most employers are bombarded with resumes when they are not hiring. When they are hiring they get a mail box full. Why purchase costly advertising nationally?
I’m Andy Willoughby ... multi-level marketing selling Xango juice.
Good article on CBN.com here:
I know you’re not Andy Willoghby. Andy Willoughby always begins by asking “How in the heck are you anyway?”
Without the Amsoil business, I wouldn't have been able to put our daughter through 4 years of college.
I also wouldn't be able to "retire" in another 59 working days, at age 60.
Wouldn't have been able to afford 2 Unimogs either.
Any business like this requires persistence.
There are a lot of "no" answers before each "yes". You can't be a crybaby.
No doubt I will be flamed for posting this, but I feel no guilt for promoting American made lubricants, etc., that, through their use, increase fuel economy, reduce solid waste (25,000 mile oil changes), and reduce wear.
Amsoil was founded by a former P-51 and F-86 pilot, retired commander of the Wisconsin Air Guard.
It was the first synthetic oil for ground use in America, in 1972.
It's not advertised on Hannity, but pick up must motorcycle, 4X4, or other performance vehicle magazines, and you'll see ads.
Or you can go to moosetrophy.com.
MLM requires a cult like dedication to the product. Most MLMs don’t even care about the product. The money is from signing on the next chump below you. There are some very very wealthy individuals at the top of the pyramid but timing this will take a lot of study in the dubious practices with some really slimy sociopaths. It is usually the same group of people who bounce from one MLM to another. These are the ones you’re going on hear on radio ads.
If you have a hobby or skill you can do at home by all means pursue it. Welding, sewing, painting, wood craft. I started out with a couple old broke down machines in my garage while I was an engineer for an aerospace company. I eventually started making small parts for prototyping and getting extra pay on the side. When the company closed their doors I had the resources saved up and names to continue to make parts in the garage. Now, after nearly a decade, I have a shop filled with machinery and half a dozen trusted machinists that lets me sit around all day and post on freerepublic......Aside from two large aircraft manufacturers nearly all my clients are self employed working in their garages or home offices.
If I heard it on a radio ad...I wouldn’t touch it.
Amsoil is a good outfit again not my thing but my former father in law started out working for BG and went out on his own with his own private label products so I am well aware of how much profit there is in that business. All the best to everyone in business in this climate may we not be regulated out of existence.