Join_The_Max_Out_Club by MarijanStefanovic

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									Title: Join The Max Out Club

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Summary: For years I’ve been a member of the biggest club on the internet. It’s called
the Max Out Club. I didn’t raise it, nor did anybody else. It seems as if it’s always been
there. Since the first credit card was accepted on the net.

This is the sort of club you simply join, if you want it or not. Its only purpose is the
wellbeing of the internet gurus. They launch a new scheme and we, the members of the
Max Out Club, can’t wait to surf to their sites, get our credit cards out...


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Article Body: For years I’ve been a member of the biggest club on the internet. It’s called
the Max Out Club. I didn’t raise it, nor did anybody else. It seems as if it’s always been
there. Since the first credit card was accepted on the net.

This is the sort of club you simply join, if you want it or not. Its only purpose is the
wellbeing of the internet gurus. They launch a new scheme and we, the members of the
Max Out Club, can’t wait to surf to their sites, get our credit cards out of our wallets and
add an extra step to our long walk, that will bring us eventually to the holy grail of our
online strivings: the Total Maxing Out.

We are the ones ending up with a computer full of e-books. Most of these pearls of
electronically presented wisdom look very much alike if you consider them closely. The
same goes for the promises that come along with their offerings: each and every one of
them will bring you infinite riches while you sleep, quit your day job or take extensive
holidays. You need proof? Every guru nowadays is friendly enough to show you his
enviable Clickbank account.

So, is it an illusion for us, Max Outers, to make some money online? After reading
dozens of e-books on internet marketing, joining lots of affiliate programs, being robbed
by fraudulent Chinese wholesalers, spending tons of money on Adwording and
Adsensing, building several websites that nobody cares to visit and maxing out every
piece of plastic the benevolent credit card companies keep sending me, I finally reached a
solemn conclusion: yes, there is some money to be made on the internet.

Not all the programs the gurus present us are junk. We should only be sensible enough to
choose ourselves one (and only one!) program that really fits us. Nobody wants to spend
hours a day on a program you don’t feel any sympathy for. That would feel like one more
day job, and that we can do without. So look around carefully, read all the info the gurus
keep sending you, choose that one program that seems to suit your personality and
interests, and then keep at it. Just hang on, make the most of it and enjoy a small profit.

If Adwording is your game, there are always keywords to be found that aren’t too
expensive and generate some clicks. Likewise with affiliation. Or with that site you built,
that needs so much advertising to get any traffic. We, Max Outers, realise all too well that
won’t get rich that way. Because the only real internet millionaires are the gurus, the ones
that provide the programs that keep our dreams of a massive online income alive.

								
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