HubTip: Get Rich on 3 Clicks a Day
1. Decide what what 'rich' implies.
About 300,000 US citizens reported income of 1 million or more in 2008. Using that amount as a benchmark, you'll need to earn $2749 per day, every day. Because your web site works for you every day, your schedule includes weekends and holidays. You get a day off now and then. Your site does not.
2. List an item that will make you rich by selling 3 a day.
We suggest the Ebul Beluga Round Women's Watch. Amazon discounts the $69,000 list price down to $29,571.43. The Amazon Referral Agreement allows a 4% commission. Your cut works out to $1182.86. Selling three watches a day nets you $3548.57. No one will complain if you sell more.
3. Sit Back and Relax
You'll be a millionaire well ahead of schedule. In just 282 days you'll be rich!
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Incidentally, you will have to write copy so elegantly seductive that all three surfers who visit your hub will be compelled to click over to Amazon and buy the watch. The watch is really good. It includes free shipping. As of this writing it's in stock.
The case and band are 18K gold. Unfortunately no reviews for this fine timepiece have been posted on Amazon.You could buy one and then write a review.
Beware; competition exists. TheWatchery.Com undercuts Amazon by $591.43 per watch. Respond to the challenge and offer an equivalent rebate on each sale. You'll still realize a $1774.28 daily profit. Your path to millionairedom stretches to 563 days.
Perhaps you can do a link exchange with TheWatchery.
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