In this Internet Paycheck review, we will be discussing Joe Richey’s internet system that many of you have probably seen on the TV these days. Outlined below are 3 things to consider before buying his program, some things you may not know about Joe Richey’s system and/or internet marketing in general.
1. Quick Profits Unlikely: We would all like to believe that the claims we see on an infomercial are true. I am no different from you, I see promises of riches and I want to jump at the chance too. But I am an internet marketer and I can tell you that the likelihood of you making thousands of dollars in your first few months is very unlikely. It takes time to build an internet business, an online business is no different than any other business in that regard. While it is true that you can potentially make a lot of money online, people need to know that those big paychecks do not come overnight and they don’t usually come very fast either.
2. Possible Need for More Education: Joe Richey is kind enough to offer you 10 free websites for just trying his program. This is a lovely gesture, but these kinds of sites are not out of the box ready to make you millions, they will still take work from you before any profits are seen. If you are brand new to internet marketing, you are going to need further education on how to make those websites profitable; this education can cost you a bit more than the initial amount for his program. Either you will be paying him for this additional education or you will have to find it elsewhere.
3. Websites Will Cost You Annually: It is stated in the fine print on the infomercial that the websites will cost you an annual fee of $3.95 to pay for hosting. If he gives you 10 (and possibly more if you stay) that will cost you upwards of $39.50 per year in addition to your initial investment. That may not seem like a lot, but that is only the beginning in some cases so if you are tight on cash, make sure you know what you are getting into and what charges will be appearing on your credit card before you part with your numbers.
The Internet Paycheck review above talked about 3 things you should consider before buying Joe Richey’s money making system. Unlike what the infomercial claims, quick profits are highly unlikely, there may be a need for more education if you are brand new to making money online and the free websites he gives you will cost you $3.95 each, annually.