Can you believe everything you read? If you have been on Internet for any length of time, chances are you have fallen for at least one fantastic claim that "this will bring you great weatlh and success." There are, of course, some completely bogus sites with promises that, if you really think about it, could not possibly turn out to be true.
At other end of spectrum, there are many sites that really do have a great value and really can follow through with their promises.
But what has happened to us during this short process of Internet getting going? Because a lot of us have been scammed at one time or other, we have become jaded to any statements that promise opportunity for wealth and success.
Don't misunderstand me - you must keep your wits about you and not jump at everything you see. But you must also not pass off everything as a scam. A lot of businesses out there promise you wealth, BUT they also tell you that YOU have to contribute in some way or other to get that wealth.
For example, I sell targeted traffic. I can get visitors to your website, but I also tell you that your site has to sell them. If visitors aren't buying from you, perhaps you need to look to your site for answer. Or, if you don't have your own site and are advertising a "cloned" site, perhaps you should consider getting your own site and rewriting your offer so that it appeals to more people.
A lot of people get into an offer, get excited about it, advertise it heavily for a week or two, get no signups, give it up as a scam and go on. What? Can you really expect to build a business in 2 weeks? Not in this life! It takes a tremendous amount of traffic to get sales and it takes many months to build a business into a lucrative one. But there is one thing for sure - more traffic you get in a period of time, faster your business will build. It's law of averages - and it's a fact.