Archive | December 3, 2010

The truth behind dream business opportunities – A brief on Business opportunity scams

It is said that hard work is the key of success. But today there are a lot of firms which make an illusion and promises to the public to make them rich faster. They generally advertise themselves as exciting business opportunity provider. These business opportunity scams such as the World Financial Group scam, are nothing but mere scandals to steal money from innocent people by cheating them.

Now, most of these business opportunity scams such as the John Cummuta scam, are done through online websites. The best way to identify such scam is looking for certain characteristics. The first thing you can catch out is the imaginary rewards. If some company is saying that you can make $200 per hour just by sitting at home, it is surely to be a business opportunity scam. Keep in mind that there are no such shortcuts to get rich. Besides this, such firms will ask for certain investment. Once you become a member they will also tell you to get more people like you to be the member. Thus the scandal will expand more and more.

If you find some such thing trustworthy or provided by some reputed company, yet before joining or signing some paper, you should get it checked by some attorney. It is important to find out legitimacy of such business. Besides, you can also go to consumer complaint forum websites to check out whether there is a doubtful record of the firm. Such business opportunity scams usually put some fake people’s reviews showing how much they earned through this business and how happy they are. You should not get overwhelmed by such statements as they can easily be faked.
If you come to know about any business opportunity scams, you can report it to your respective government authority. You one awaken step can save a lot of people to be trapped in such scandals.

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Making Sure Your Mailing List is Responsive

While I’ve shown many people various email marketing tips over the years, one of the things many people want to learn more then other is how to build a list. While the aim of building a list seems like a good one to many businesses and individuals, building a list alone is often not good enough.

Many people get their list building goals in numbers. For example: “I want 10,000 people on my list by the end of this year”. But answer me this, what if only 10 people out of those 10,000 went on to buy your product? Having 10,000 people on your list would be a big waste of time right?

The thing about building a list is it has to be responsive. That means that you want a good percentage of your list responding to your suggestions and interacting with you in one way or another. It’ll be impossible to build a list where every single one of you subscribers open every one of your emails and buy every product you suggest to them, but if you can build a list where say at least half of your subscribers open each of your emails and you get a sale out of one in every twenty you’re doing very well!

So how can you ensure you build a responsive list? Well, first of all you can make sure you collect subscribers in the right way. You should only collect subscribers via a double opt in form on your website or a website run by you. Your subscribers should know exactly what they’re signing up to to make sure they really want what you’re offering. You should never by subscribers, even if they’re advertised to be responsive. The truth? They won’t be!

There’s no point having a mailing list if not one responds to it, so ensure you build the right type of list and your business will thrive.

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