Saw a tweet a few days ago that went something like this;
Tweet: “My friend just finished writing his book on how to make money using the Internet, but he needs money to help publish the book what should he do?”
Random person: Tell him to read the damn book
And there you have it.
Another case of the fake it til’ you make it crew trying to sell something to people when they haven’t got the results they are promising.
Believe it or not;
It happens online quite a bit as well.
Newbies sharing ideas on making money online while they still fail to make a single sale.
Product creators rapping about traffic generation techniques while only getting traffic from affiliates.
Super affiliates showing the commissions they make while disguising the fact that they are product creators and they are showing you their launch numbers.
Be careful out there, lots of wolves looking to devour the sheep.
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