Counterfeit products are still rampant on the internet today and buying and selling counterfeit products can be very lucrative. It is also very illegal. Legitimate companies create goods that they want to sell and promote online. Then illegal companies or individuals in China and other locations create an imitation product to compete with this legitimate product. This creates a clear disadvantage for the original product owner, and they can sue for damages if you try this unscrupulous tactic. If you are an online seller, avoid this practice always. Always check out the authenticity of the product before selling or promoting it.
However, I think that while the book has a walk-through for pretty much anything you need to set up your business sites, it would have benefited from real life examples. This would have made it easier for those of us who are still learning the process. The videos from the Resources section of the website the book has links to do help somewhat with that though.
For example, if you were a trusted private wealth advisor or stockbroker, then I’d even argue this is the best way to earn passive income from your knowledge, since it’s recurring revenue and suits your target market, who want constantly up-to-date information.  PS I admit this is becoming a lot less passive given the ongoing report writing you would be doing.
Some people will try to have sexually explicit conversations with you. It won’t happen very often, but it’s still a possibility. It does seem strange at first - why would people bother calling Flirtbucks for that when they can just call an actual phone sex line? Part of me thinks there’s a thrill trying to get something that wasn’t part of the usual service.
NEW YORK, New York. (April 1, 2010) – Morgan James Publishing, is pleased to announce that Make Money Online: Roadmap of a Dot Com Mogul by John Chow and Michael Kwan, has hit number 1 on the New York Times Best Sellers list. What’s even more amazing about this accomplishment is that the book isn’t even out yet. This is the first time in NYT history that any book has made the Best Sellers list on pre-orders alone.
You see, what the big publishing houses do with big offices of editors, writers, administrative staff… and then big printing presses… then distribution centers to get their books out to bookstores around the country… all to hopefully get books in the hands of customers… you can do on the computer you have right now. If that’s not massive disruption, I don’t know what is. 
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