With so many business opportunities being offered how do you know if they are REAL?
Well, that's a good question...
There are several ways to find out which business opportunities are REAL and which ones are SCAMS.
I think the best way to find out if a business opportunity is REAL is to research that opportunity.
What do I mean by "Research"?
Well research involves many different things, first, you can conduct an online search of the opportunity.
You can enter the business name into a search engine like, Google, Yahoo or any of the other popular online search engines.
You may not be able to find out very much information using search engines and a lot of this information may be conflicting.
Because some of the business opportunities are NEW, there may be little or no information available.
The information tha i's available may be incorrect and there will probably be many different and conflicting statements about these opportunities.
So, even though you may find information regarding these business opportunities, you need to be very careful when you use search engines to research these opportunities.
Okay, so "Search Engine" information probably isn't the best way to research a business opportunity, but it can be helpful.
You'll get a wide and varied idea of what many people think about a particular opportunity.
Next, you can log-in to the Company website and see what's being offered, again, this probably isn't going to be the best way to judge if the opportunity would be a good fit for you.
Remember, you're looking at a very prejudice view of what the opportunity has to offer, this is after all the companies attempt to persuade you that this business is what you want.
There may be some very one-sided views presented on a company website.
"Just Join And We Will Make You Very RICH"...
"Absolutely FREE, No Work Involved..."
"We Made Thousands And So Will YOU..."
"We'll Do ALL The Work And YOU Collect ALL The Money..."
Please, please remember that infamous quote:
"NOTHING IS FREE..."
There will always be a CATCH to every business opportunity.
"NOTHING IS FREE" and if someone tells you otherwise, WALK AWAY, NO RUN, RUN AWAY...
Alright, we've covered 2 ways to check out business opportunities, "Search Engines" and "Company Websites".
Remember, always be suspicious of business opportunities when researching them using these 2 methods.
Research using "Search Engines", i.e.; Google, Yahoo, etc., will allow you to investigate what other people have to say about these businesses. This information should not be the deciding factor however, you will get varied perspective of what others have experienced when they either joined or researched these opportunities.
Research using information you get from visiting a "Company Website" will allow you to see what these businesses are promoting to the general public. Always, remember these websites are going to present a positive SPIN about their opportunities, why, because these sites are there to PROMOTE these opportunities to either Customers and or Representatives. That's it, these websites are glorified "SALES PAGES" for these business opportunities and you won't be given any negative information, everything will be positive with one goal in mind, to recruit as many new Customers and or Representatives as possible.
Well, that's it for now...
We'll continue our "RESEARCH" next time with what type of information we can get from attending Webinars, or Teleseminars.
To Our Success,
Frank D. Haia
Ph: (808) 224-1387