cheap work at home programs?

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by srama3, May 1, 2009.

  1. srama3

    srama3 New Member

    Hey guys,
    I was wondering if there were any good work at home programs under 15US dollars. I have just finished MOIS1 and am considering doing MOIS2, but want to see if there are any other good programs out there that are fairly cheap.

    Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
  2. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    Basically you get what you pay for. [​IMG]

    I always learn something regardess what I look at or use as far as a program . Right now I am using both SBI and OWM - one costs several hundred and the other under $40 - both are very different from each other and they each serve their purpose.

    Kinda depends what you are wanting to do with it.[​IMG]
  3. samda

    samda Member

    If you look for some cheap earning plans. I would recommend you Clixsense. The investment is only $10 and your earning potential is high if you are especially good in affiliate marketing...

  4. srama3

    srama3 New Member

    Thanks for the advice everyone. What about programs such as the rich jerk? I've heard this is pretty cheap. Do you think its a good idea?

  5. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Hi Srama,

    If you want a low one-time payment, I suggest either OWM or Honest Riches 3.0. I think OWM is $47 and Honest Riches should be around $37.

    I don't think you'll get something satisfactory if you go an cheaper but obviously no one knows about every single product available.

    Did you complete the free 30 Day Challenge? Most find that to be quite helpful. If you have completed it, why don't you spend some time mastering what it teaches before moving onto something else?

    I think that you mentioned that you completed the MOIS. If that's the case, it might be best to put it into practice and see how it goes so that you can learn something and make back your investment.

    If you don't mind recurring fees, SBI would likely be your best bet.

    Continue reading from online marketing blogs.

    Does that make sense?

    ~Newbie Shield~
  6. srama3

    srama3 New Member

    Hey Newbie Shield,
    I have already made my investment back from MOIS[​IMG], so maybe I should just keep putting into practise what I learnt. I haven't done the thirty day challenge, what is that about? Do you think moving on to MOIS2 would be a good idea?
    Many thanks,
  7. Singapoor

    Singapoor New Member

    Hi Shiva,

    I've heard of MOIS but I don't know it intimately. Do correct me if I'm wrong but I think MOIS a step by step approach to teaching newbies about affiliate marketing and setting up a system that works for generating money online.

    The 30 Day Challenge is.... a free step by step approach to teaching newbies about affiliate marketing and setting up a system that works for generating money online. [​IMG]

    With that said, having gone through MOIS, you have a foundation and moving on to MOIS2 would make sense because they know where you are and therefore would know what would be good as a compliment for/an extension of the approach they have already taught folks.

    But, sometimes we can get even deeper things out of introductory level lessons as well. So, it may be a good idea to just follow through on what you've learned with MOIS, implement implement implement until you master it (you can't "master" something by just learning about it - you have to put it into use and use it for an amount of time).

    I'm not coming from the standpoint of someone with tonnes of experience, but what I feel would be the best approach now would be to get a bit more mileage out of what you have learned. You have already made the money back on MOIS, so that shows you've already started to put things into action.

    After having done all of that then (since MOIS is a system that you know and have found success with it) move on to MOIS2... or on to OWM like mountainmom uses or Honest Riches 3.0 since NS has put his stamp on it.

    Money being a constraint (and those programs are above the $US15 you'd like to spend), you could also skim through the 30 DC to learn a tiny bit more. I use the word "skim" because some of the lessons would surely be too basic for a person in your position (for instance, one day's lesson is spent teaching folks how to resize images. Another is spent teaching about how to sign up with Amazon as an affiliate, etc.).
  8. srama3

    srama3 New Member

    Thanks Singapoor, I'll keep working on MOIS and skim the 30DC.
  9. CsaiDesigns

    CsaiDesigns New Member

    Hi There,

    What are your interests? This would probably help determine what's available for you alot quicker! do you have your own website?
  10. Singapoor

    Singapoor New Member

    srama3: Thanks Singapoor, I'll keep working on MOIS and skim the 30DC.
    Acha [​IMG]

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