I admit that yes, I am an internet marketer and I make money from building websites, but I don’t make money from teaching people how to make money online. I have followed some of the top internet marketers over a period of several years and while sometimes they produce some great products on internet marketing, many offer advice that is untested and often completely wrong. Here are seven common things which internet marketers like to teach, but I think are completely wrong. 1. Don’t make a website about how to make money onlineI have read this advice by many internet marketers, which is kind of strange as that is exactly what they are doing. I suppose it makes good sense to them that they aren’t training future competitors, who could eventually become more successful than themselves.While I agree that it is a good idea to work in non-internet marketing related areas, especially in the beginning, there is no denying that teaching people how to make money online is an extremely profitable and easy way to make money online. Even if you are just starting out at making money online, I think it is a good idea to start your own blog about how you are trying to make money. Recently, I have really started to enjoy reading blogs by people who are just starting out to make money online and found their ideas and thoughts to be very refreshing. People love to read success stories and as your income starts to rise, your readership and community will grow also.2. Don’t use a free hosting serviceThis is another popular myth perpetuated by internet marketing gurus. I agree that yes, it can be a good idea to get your own domain and hosting service, it isn’t absolutely necessary. Griz’s making money online blog for beginners is a popular blog about making money online and it uses Google’s free hosted service. The ‘fake Steve Jobs’ is another popular blog hosted on blogger.com One of the advantages other of course than it is free, is that your site can easily handle high volumes of traffic, if your site every hits the front page of sites like Digg.
You are here: / / 7 Fallacies of making money online that Internet Marketing gurus like to perpetuate