Need A Personal Loan? (Lending Club.com)

The rich use ‘good debt’, and the poor use ‘bad debt’. ~Kim Kiyosaki

So I’m browsing around the internet, trying to learn more about ‘crowdfunding’, and the potential opportunities ahead, and I find a potential website you might be interested in.

This isn’t a pitch. I just might think it’s something cool.

=> http://www.LendingClub.com

I’m mostly interested in the impact of farming, and where the potential crowdfunding opportunities are for the agriculture industry. I can’t wait till be can invest in anything ANYWHERE around the world, and can own equity in something WITHOUT actual having to be an ‘accredited investor.’ Narly. :)

Let me know what you think via comments below. Some of you might have had some experiences with it. Some of you might know someone who’s had some great luck with it. Leave your comments below. ;)

I’m A Sucker For Good Hip Hop (A$AP Ferg)

I’ve recently been listening more to hip hop to start making some more unique rap/hip hop beats. No matter what your opinions are about hip hop, the bests/music they make is still nevertheless interesting, AND, if I’m not mistaken, the most bought genre. Would you agree? Anyone got proof of that?

A$AP Ferg – Trap Lord Full Album (Amazon)

A$AP Ferg (website)

When Life Get’s Hard, Slap It In the Face

roller coaster 6 flags

When life get’s hard, slap it in the face.

There are times when your decision is challenged. This happens to EVERYONE whether they know it or not.

The key…

The key is understand the #clarity of making a decision.

At times, there will be times when you have a million and one options, and you come to the point that you have, or you know you have to make a DECISION.

Decisions aren’t always easy, but most often they give the individual clarity.

The problem that most individuals face when making a decision, is that the 110% normal phenomenon of what I call the ‘roller-coster’ comes into play.

How does the ‘roller-coaster’ come into place your thinking?

Mother nature, or rather some NATURAL normal unspoken law steps in, and throws a HUGE curve ball, or natural curve balls that challenge your once recent concise decision.

All of a sudden, you went from knowing what you were commmited to do despite any adversity, have most recently INSTANT clarity, to all of a sudden believing that what you did, the DECISION, was COMPLETLETLY wrong, or the wrong decision.

The decision what wasn’t wrong. The commitment, or rather lack of commitment during the ‘roller-coaster’ phase is what wrong.

The emotion to not feel like your decision was 110% correct is…
NORMAL.

NATURAL.

To be expected from those who have continually felt the power of commitment.

But what isn’t natural …

… is giving up.

NOW…

I’m not saying here that banging your head AFTER taking action on a previous commitment is wrong…

Rather banging your head on the wall is normal, and THIS is at the point you ‘pivot’. Not when the normal, natural, 110% predictable ‘roller-coaster’ phase takes place.

What I am saying is that ONCE that decision is made, STICK WITH IT, and WAIT for the predictable adversity to pop up, fight through the adversity, the normal 110% adversity, and LATER ON you’ll get to the point that your ACTUALLY banging your head on the wall…

The PRE-PHASES in the ‘roller-coaster’ phase are NOT when your supposed to ‘pivot’. Your supposed to ‘pivot’ later AFTER the roller-coaster phase, while experience your commitment for a while, THEN banging your head THEN pivoting.

Make sense? I could see how this could be a tad bit confusing … But there’s more. :)

And so what does ‘sticking with it’ do, through the 110% predictable adversity?

1.) It shows the world, the Universe, whatever… that you mean business.
2.) People take you more seriously.
3.) People trust you more.
3.) You gain a ‘tempered’ personality helping other people, because adversity doesn’t stick to you the way it once does. Your strength is tempered like a Japanese sword, making you stronger and stronger.

If you loose your commitment, you then thus start to loose people support. BUT, then again you might gain support from the support group in which your pivoting, but that’s a whole other conversation. :)

More…

Now it’s AGAIN not to say that ‘pivoting’ (as mention in the book the Lean Startup, and we’re not talking about business per se here) isn’t the wrong thing to do, but RATHER…

- ‘Breaking things’.
- Makin mistakes.
- And failing in the mist of the ‘stink’n think’n’ roller coaster phase, think’n you can’t do it for the XYZ reason whether true or false is…

… the path to take.

COMMITMENT

Now commitment, doing what  you said you weren’t going to do ISNT for everyone. And sure pivoting, or rather taking a next new step is key, but it’s SUPER important to differential the two.

Let’s look a tad close of the two concepts… (To wrap this up. :))

1.) Giving up.
2.) Pivoting.

Letting your fear of ‘reality’, or what I call ‘alleged reality’ IS giving up.

PIVOTING is when you failed ON purpose, with #PURPOSE, and thus made the necessary transition EXPECTING predictable failure to hit the ‘bottle-neck’, or necessary stage for ‘pivot’.

Make sense? Eesh… hope I didn’t loose ya’ lol.

Another tip, or tool, when your find justifications, whether REAL OR MADE UP out of fear because you don’t have XYZ tools/resources/resourcefulness, is to remember the teachings of people like Gary Chapman.

Gary Chapman’s books like The 5 Love Languages and Love As Way of Life aren’t so much about learning ‘love languages’/communication, as much as they’re about learning about the power of #commitments in the face of the ‘roller-coaster’ phase. You’ll often find people who don’t commitment to relationships, a bi-product of not understand REAL love, or rather giving REAL love via a person’s love language, as a core symptom of not understanding commitment, and thus bleeding off into other areas of their lives, such as making commitments to decisions. In ANY area of your life, and certainly NOT limited to relationships.

Hope I didn’t loose you with this super long post, but it was on my mind. Leave your comments below. Did I get this right? Do you have any other feedback you like to throw in?

Some Of My Favorite Quotations (Also listed on Facebook)

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Here are some of my favorite quotations that I’ve shared on my Facebook page. I’m listing them here, in case for some reason Facebook in the future erases them, and I’d like to store them somewhere.

If your new to my blog, I’ve created this blog site as a way to collect my ideas, and get feedback from people like YOU.

I’d like for you to be my friend. :)

Subscriber to my blog :)

Add me on Facebook…

And let me know what you think about the below quotes, and or leave a comment to below this post to share some of your favorite quotes or feedback.

Jason

Here are some of my favorite quotations

“Love is PATIENT, love is KIND. It does NOT ENVY, it does NOT BOAST, it is NOT PROUD. It is NOT RUDE, it is NOT SELF-SEEKING, it is NOT EASILY ANGERED, it keeps NO RECORD OF WRONGS. Love does NOT DELIGHT IN EVIL but rejoices with the TRUTH. It always PROTECTS, always TRUSTS, always HOPES, and always PERSEVERES.
1 Cor. 13:4–7, NIV
“Love is NOT AN EMOTION that comes over us or an elusive goal dependent on the actions of others. Authentic love is something within our capabilities, originating in our attitude and culminating in our actions. IF WE THINK OF LOVE AS A FEELING, WE SHALL BE FRUSTRATED WHEN WE CAN’T ALWAYS WORK UP THAT FEELING. When we realize love is primarily action, we are ready to use the tools we have to love better.”
~Gary Chapman in Love: As Way of Life”Love is multifaceted. It is like a diamond with many surfaces yet one display of beauty. In a similar way, when put together, the seven key characteristics of love (kindness, patience, forgiveness, courtesy, humility, generosity, honestly) form a loving person. Each trait is significant. If your missing one in your relationships, you are missing something significant.”
~Gary Chapman in Love: As Way of Life“Falling in love is easy. Sustaining love take diligence, patience, and putting yourself and being in the shoes of the other at all times. This is so true with business partners as well as life partners.”
~Unknown”To the SPIRITUALLY MATURE, COMMITMENT is the equivalent of FREEDOM because it bestows AUTHENTIC HAPPINESS that CANNOT be taken away. When we make a COMMITMENT to something, the energy response from the universe MATCHES US AT THE POINT OF OUR COMMITMENT. Commit to love today, to peace, joy, and well-being – and grace will be at your service.”
~Michael Bernard Beckwith”Ever more important than the warmth and affection we receive, is the warmth and affection we give. It is by give warmth and affection, by having a genuine sense of concern for others, in other words through compassion, that we gain the conditions for genuine happiness. More important than being loved, therefore, is to love.”
~ Dalai Lama

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
Courage to change the things I can,
And wisdom to know the difference.”

“There is a major gap between knowledge and taking ACTION. Mistakes and failures are necessary interim steps in the learning process. Stop talking about what you have done or what you are going to do. Just do it and LET YOUR ACTIONS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.”
~Carlos Marin

” … don’t continue to do the same thing expecting different results, unless their has been some intervening variable. … THE PAST IS THE BEST PREDICTOR FOR THE FUTURE.”
~ Dr. Cloud & Townsend

“The 7 characteristics of a loving person:
1) Kindness.
2) Patience.
3) Forgiveness.
4) Courtesy.
5) Humility.
6) Generosity.
7) Honesty.”
~ Gary Chapman

“Use the “65/35″ rule — listen 65% of the time, talk only 35% of the time. Every personal or professional conversation should be a dialogue, not a monologue.”
~ Author Unknown

“If u learn to respond as if it were the first day in your life, and your very last day, then you will have spent this day very well.”
~ Brother David Steindl-Rast

“The key is to get your mind to quiet down. Meditation helps, or even just really being present in the moment without labeling things as good or bad, right or wrong. Once the mind is quiet, wisdom can have its say.”
~ T. Harv Eker

“You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want.”
~Zig Ziglar

“F@%# the money. Follow the problems and the money will come.”
~Advice Mj Demarco gave me on 5/29/2012

“People do what you do, not what you tell them to do.”
~ Unknown

“Action will take you out of doubt; Doubt will take you out of action.”
~ Unknown

“Some will.
Some won’t.
So what.
Some one is desperately waiting.”
~ Unknown

“NEXT.”
~ Unknown

“No doesn’t mean not, it means not right now.”
~ Unknown

“Who you spend your time with is who you become.”
~Jeff Roberti

“Careful who you get advice from. I get advice from people who are where I want to be.”
~ Unknown

“Watch the feet, not the lips.”
~Jeff Roberti

“You see, in life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know. Knowing is not enough! You must take action.”
~ Anthony Robbins

“Hi, I’m _____, What can I do for YOU?… How can I help YOU? … and never expect anything in return” ~Harvey Mackay

“To realize one’s destiny is a person’s only obligation. All things are one. And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you achieve it.”
~quote from Melchizedek in The Alchemist by Paul Coehlo (pg. 22)

“BE like a ladder, not like a leader. If you BEcome a ladder, then everyone develops themselves.”
~Jayesh Patel in the documentary Living Service

“The journey is the reward.”
~Confucius

“Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.”
~ Seneca

“I have not failed 700 times. I have not failed once. I have succeeded in proving that those 700 ways will not work. When I have eliminated the ways that will not work, I will find the way that will work.”
~ Thomas Edison

“Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him.”
~Aldous Huxley

“Life is not a race, it’s a lifestyle.”
~Unknown

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”
~Mohandas Gandhi

“Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.”
Ephesians 4:32, NIV

“Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you.”
Colossians 3:13, NIV

“I forgive you and set you free. Your actions no longer no longer have power over me. I acknowledge that you are doing the best that you can, and I honor you in your process of unfoldment. You are free and I am free. All is well between us. Peace is the order of the day.”
~Michael Beckwith in Spiritual Liberation (Pg. 17)

“In your anger do not sin. Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry.”
Ephesians 4:26, NIV

“The inability to forgive lies at the root of most unhappiness. It leads to feelings of guilt, resentment, anger, and hostility. If you’re holding a grudge, make an effort to let it go this week.”
~Brian Tracy

“When someone has wronged you and refuses to apologize, the challenge is NOT to forgive the unapologizing offender but to RELEASE [HIM/HER] along with hurt and anger. If the offender confesses [HIM/HER] error and makes a positive change in [HIM/HER] life, you can then forgive. If not, THE CONSEQUENCES OF [HIM/HER] ACTIONS WILL FIND [HIM/HER] IN TIME WITHOUT ANY HELP FROM YOU. RELEASING a person is VERY different from forgiving. It does not lead to reconciliation, but it does free you emotionally and spiritually to become the person you were meant to be.”
~Gary Chapman in Love As Way of Life (pg. 76)

“Most of us need time to work through pain and loss. We can all find manor of reasons for postponing forgiveness. One of these reasons is waiting for the wrong doers to repent before we forgive them. Yet such a delay causes us to forfeit the peace and the happiness that could be ours. Some hold grudges for a lifetime, unaware that courageously forgiving those that have wronged us is wholesome, and therapeutic.”
~ Unknown

“As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world – that is the myth of the atomic age – as in being able to remake ourselves.”
~Mohandas Gandhi

“We’re not here to save the world, we’re here to serve an emerging paradigm.”
~David Beckwith

The path to wisdom is not being afraid to make mistakes.
~Paulo Coelho

“If one’s life is simple, contentment has to come. Simplicity is extremely important for happiness. Having few desires, feeling satisfied with what you have, is very vital: satisfaction with just enough food, clothing, and shelter to protect yourself from the elements. And finally, there is an intense delight in abandoning faulty states of mind.”
~ Dalai Lama

“Every worthwhile accomplishment, big or little, has its stages of drudgery and triumph: a beginning, a struggle, and a victory.”
~ Gandhi

“We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.”
~John Dryden

“Take away the cause, and the effect ceases.”
~Miguel De Cervantes

“I will prepare and some day my chance will come.”
~Abraham Lincoln quotes

“We are what we repeatedly do.”
~Aristotle

“A man is but the product of his thoughts what he thinks, he becomes.”
~Mohandas Gandhi

“Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”
~Mohandas Gandhi

“It is easier to find men who will volunteer to die, than to find those who are willing to endure pain with patience.”
-Julius Caesar

“Character isn’t something you were born with and can’t change, like your fingerprints. It’s something you weren’t born with and must take responsibility for forming.”
~Jim Rohn

“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.”
~Jim Rohn

“Evolved people see life as a celebration rather than a problem to be solved. … When you function at this level … problems are dissolved.”
~ Michael Bernard Beckwith

“When written in Chinese, the word “crisis” is composed of two characters- one represents danger, and the other represents opportunity.”
~John F. Kennedy

“Compete only with yourself to be the best you can be. – When you catch yourself comparing yourself to a colleague, neighbor, friend, or someone famous, stop! Realize that you are different, with different strengths – strengths these other people don’t possess. Take a moment to reflect on all the awesome abilities you have and to be grateful for all the good things in your life.”
~Carlos Marin

“There are FEW THINGS MORE LIBERATING IN THIS LIFE THAN HAVING YOUR FEARS REALIZED …One’s DREAM is constantly EVOLVING, rising and falling, changing course. … It is our FAILURE TO BECOME OUR PERCEIVED IDEAL, that ULTIMATELY DEFINES US and makes us unique. It’s not easy. But if you EXCEPT YOUR MISFORTUNE, and HANDLE IT RIGHT, your PERCEIVED FAILURE can become a CATALYST FOR PROFOUND REINVENTION.”
~Conan O’Brien’s 2011 Dartmouth College Commencement Address

“Life without balance can cost you your relationships. Life without balance can cost you your health. Life without balance can cost you your spirituality. Life without balance can cost you your wealth and your happiness. So find things to motivate you from all areas of life. Your success depends on it.”
~Jim Rohn

“Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back– Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth that ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance, which no man could have dreamed would have come his way. Whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Begin it now.”
~Goethe

‘Recruit up.’

‘Like attracts like.’ ~Todd Falcone

‘People don’t care what you know, until you care.’ ~My home Talitha

“You ATTRACT what you ARE, NOT what you want. If you want to be great, then BE great.”

“It’s not how much time you have, it’s how consistent and persistent you are.” ~Joey Carter

“The time to dig a well is BEFORE you dig a well.” ~Joey Carter

‘Show me someone focused on money, I’ll show you someone tired, broke and hungry. Show me somebody that’s focused on helping people get something that they need and want I’ll show you somebody that drops a 112,000 check on their doorsteps, runs up the steps to change their clothes, and runs back down, and goes out the door to go do an in-home, and he forgets for 4 months theres a hundred thousand dollar check sitting on his step.”
~Tim Sales

“Don’t wish for things to be better, wish for you to be better.”
~Jim Rohn

“You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want.”
~ Zig Ziglar

We Are ALL Gods

I am a God Kanye Yeezus

Barnes N Nobles, Lewisville, TX, July 27, 2014

I think 99% of ‘entrepreneurs’ are a bunch of fakers.

A real entrepreneur stands up to bullies, destroys stupid industries. Makes the status quo beg for forgiveness, and at the same time, hands back the keys to God and the People.

We are all Gods.

There however is amongst us too many evil and fake people/industries. But eventually, evil ALWAYS get’s checked. EASILY.

“Fuck money, follow the problems.” ~Mj Demarco

Let me leave you with this Gandhi quote:

“When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end, they always fall. Think of it–always.”
― Mahatma Gandhi

 

What Is Bitcoin?

Today I’m trying to learn more about what the heck ‘bitcoin’ is, and how it really works. As such, I’ve came across this YouTube video that’s fairly helpful, but obviously, probably like anything, you just have to get your feet wet.

By the way, you should definately subscribe to Vices YouTube channel, and check out their website. Great stuff there. I particularly watch them for their coverage on Mexico, Central, and South American news.

For All You Gandhi Lovers Out There

Gandhi Spinning Wheel

So my buddy Steven yesterday asked me for some great Gandhi books yesterday, and or some more resources to learn more about Gandhi.

I recommend the following resources for those interested in learning about Gandhi…

  1. Watch the movie Gandhi – many times, it takes a considerable amount of time to learn about a man’s story. And although books are great, sometimes its better to get right to the point, by getting a summation. This particular movie is outstanding, and if you’ve watched any REAL videos on Gandhi or have studied the history of Gandhi and India/Britain, you’ll see that Richard Attenborough actually did a great job directing the film. As well, Ben Kingsley KILLED IT with this roll, and learning about Gandhi via this film is a great way to learn quickly about Gandhi’s story, and the millions + he’s touch. Click here to learn more about the film Gandhi. (Wikipedia.)
  2. Read directly from Gandhi’s own lips – many people will read other great books written from others, and usually from academics, however it’s best to learn from, or be coached DIRECTLY from the own source. Especially because Gandhi was so persuasive, and influenced MILLIONS +, and not to mention defeated a British empire with love and nonviolence, learning from Gandhi’s own lips is imperative. Click here to get ahold of Gandhi’s autobiography.
  3. After reading Gandhi’s biography, and watching the movie Gandhi, from the 1980′s by direct Richard Attenborough, read Gandhi’s Truth: The Origin’s of Military Nonviolence by Erik Erikson. This by FAR is one of the best books on Gandhi, however again, it’s important to read directly from Gandhi, vs. reading from other academics, or others who didn’t mobilize millions of people, nor had the discipline that Gandhi had to lead a movement of nonviolent people. Definitely do though read this book to cap off your studies on Gandhi.

Several movements throughout the world were replicated and duplicated thanks to Gandhi’s ideas, however what might be even important, is the peace and love that Gandhi had to leave these movements. To me, he was more influences by peace and love vs. protesting. As Mother Teresa stated in so many words, and I’m paraphrasing…

I’ll attend a celebration, but I won’t attend a protest.

Gandhi had that same kind of energy.

I’ll leave you all with those thoughts. Let me know if you have some other resources that you really enjoy from Gandhi. And when you get a chance, watch some of the videos on YouTube.

Now back to planning this trip to Colombia. :)

Nerium Scam Review – Is Nerium An MLM Scam?

My personal take on the Nerium ‘Opportunity’

So my dad today sent me an email to check out Nerium. I thought I’d post you some of the information I replied back to him, and well some extra feedback on some tips and tricks to potentially survive the MLM Nerium trap.

Why do I say ‘trap’?

Well it’s no secret, that people in the MLM industry do NOT succeed. But with some little 1%’r ‘secrets’, you can succeed. And at the bottom of this blog post, I’ll share with you some of the tips and tricks, that’s allowed me to personally recruit 129+ people in my various online businesses and earn over $20K on autopilot in various affiliate marketing co’s, MLM companies, info products etc.

Read the section entitled ‘income levels’.

So here’s what my dad told me via an email…

Nerium Scam Review

Here’s what I responded back to my dad…

Nerium is a great co. It’s profiled on this months Success from Home Magazine, the same business magazine that I brought that card to your house, and then ended up joining Ambit.

At the moment, am in about 7 affiliate marketing and MLM businesses, that fill in for the site at http://www.jasonCwaite.com and the 4 other various websites.
I think it’s a good idea for you to build it, and or something that promotes health, and has top producers statistically in the MLM top 1,000 world-wide producers, and preferably on the highest rankings within the last 5 years. Old 40 year old distributors to me aren’t that attractive, as the slow model is boring.
Here’s a semi-current evaluation of some of the top earners and companies they are promoting: http://www.businessforhome.org/2014/04/top-150-worldwide-earners-in-mlm-april-2014/
At the end of the day, you need leverage and freedom. MLM can be a real job, however there’s much to learn from it. So far I’ve got about 125+ teammates in various offers, but I’ve by no means mastered it, nor completely understand it.
Good luck. I’ll take a look at it though. Always looking for something to invest in, especially if am already consuming it.
Now to be fair, I hadn’t take’n a look at the ‘opportunity’ video, nor did I look at it’s Better Business Bureau’s ranking, whether it’s a member of the Direct Selling Association, and whether or not it’s affiliates or distributors have had fair success and top earners within their most recent 5 years.
I want to know a businesses is atleast been in the market space for atleast 5+ years, however this wasn’t the case when I joined the Empower Network, going on to earn close to $15,000 on autopilot, without chasing my friends and family without my opportunity video, or ‘sell’n the dream’.
I always prefer service based companies that people are ALREADY consuming, not what they MIGHT want to consume, and preferably ‘high ticket’ items that people will NEVER quit using/consuming. Ie. Electricity or cell phone bills are great ways to make autopilot money each and every month without having to store endless amounts of products that you can’t simply consume enough of, nor would you keep consuming them forever.
Ask yourself the question: What is something that people have already been consuming for the last day, each and every day, either consciously or unconsciously.
Then, ask yourself this other question: Is there something that people have spent over $100 a month on, whether or not they wanted to consume it or not, and have consumed it religiously for the last couple of years?
If you find something, and find something that EVERYONE consumes, and a huge demand that needs to be filled, and MOST importantly, are tenacious about ‘sharing’ your opportunity, you MIGHT succeed.
However…
If you follow the tips and tricks below, you’ll find the top 1% earners like myself, do something a little different.

So why don’t people typically succeed in network marketing or MLM companies like Nerium?

Most people don’t succeed in network marketing, because they don’t understand the fundamental problem in selling products: marketing.
I’ve always found it ironic, that the industry is called ‘network marketing’, when the whole time your sell’n the dream, your really just hoping, wishing, and chasing people you ‘know, love, and trust’, all the while not making a damn dollar. That isn’t hype. That’s pure facts. THAT”S why don’t 99% people succeed. Although I’d say…
Sharing your opportunity with your friends and family is a must, however it’s only just the ‘honey-moon’ phase of your business. Reality set’s in after your first 2 or 3 months. And if you don’t adapt, well your just plain ol’ screwed.

If you want to succeed in any network marketing company, or in any business, you’ve got to learn how to get leads online, and on autopilot.

After struggling my first year in network marketing, chasing my friends and family, and random people/’friends’ in the coffee shop, using the old geezer methodologies, the ‘get rich slow’ chasing grandma approach, I took to the internet, and quickly became a top earner in one of my offers, and soon started gathering the necessary skills to promote other offers, and teach people like you, how to also duplicate those results.

Put down the phone, and pick up the autopilot paycheck!

Is Nerium A Scam?

Nerium isn’t a scam. In fact it’s a perfectly legitimate multi-level marketing company. But if your wanting to succeed, your going to want to know how to marketing your business/product, and making money online, versus chasing your friends and family.

Don’t believe your upline. Chasing your friends and family is stupid. Make money online. And make it on autopilot.

Monetizing Your Blog Traffic With Your Footer Info

One of the weaknesses that I’ve had on the blog is not having a great footer image that captures leads. I’m approximating a 5 – 15%. I didn’t validate this, however I’ve had approximately those results on other websites.

I’ve decided basically to duplicate what I’ve done for my header, except do is similarly to the format that’s on my Empower Network blog.

It’s basically going to have the image, then the various copyright information and a teaser to get people to ‘opt in’ below the footer banner that’s just like, and the same dimensions as the header banner. It extends to the right sidebar.

As well, I believe having a link to other various social media like Facebook, Google +, Twitter, etc, MIGHT help out with the ‘authority’ of the page, as those pages are already ranking nicely in the search engines.  It’s a test as well that you all might consider trying.

Note the image that’s clicked sends to a landing page, as well there’s teaser info that’s different from some of the copy on the page to continue the opting in process.

Here’s the information below…

If you have any questions about making money online, click this link.

Facebook | Google + | Twitter
Copyright © 2014 Jason C. Waite

I believe my personal blog might be different than the Empower Network blog, in the sense that it looks like the banner image is going to fit just like the header, and aligned to the right sidebar, while the copyright information will be centered below the banner image, just like the Empower Network blog.

Hope these blogging tips helped you out. Capturing leads via your website really is key, and small tweaks like these will help you take your personal blog to the next level.

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