There has been a lot of concern lately over internet marketing businesses that allow individuals to earn money online while working from home. Many of them do not live up to their promises and worse, some are outright scams. One such program is the Google Home Business Kit. Let’s walk through this program and see if you can really generate income from it.
Google Home Business Kit: How It Works
Basically, there are two ways for you to make money with this program. First, it teaches you how to build simple websites and blogs on free webhosts such as bloggers or wordpress. With a little practice, you can build a website and use it to make money. The kit has a training course that shows you how to place ads using Google AdWords for an affiliate program that you sign up with. The money you make comes from visitors who click on your ads to buy.
To get more clicks on the ads, and therefore make more money, you must steer traffic to your site. You can do this by adding relevant content to your website regularly to attract visitors. This requires time and commitment on your part because the website must be maintained and updated.
Another way to make money is to create blogs and websites advertising Google Home Biz Kit. You receive a small commission each time a purchase is made using your link. Some people who use the system claim that they make up to $800 a day, although claims like these are exceptional. You can possibly make $150 to $250 a day once you have mastered the system and put up a lot of websites.
What Some People Say
A Google Home Business Kit Review on the internet says that the system can help you make money if you just spend a half hour each day. Most reviews, however, have negative things to say about the system. For a fee of less that $4 to cover shipping and handling, you get a Google Biz Kit to try for 48 hours. Unfortunately, the small print hidden throughout the site says that when you apply for the kit, you are authorizing them to bill you for a membership fee of $70 a month unless you cancel within the allotted 48 hours. People say this is where the scam charges come from.
Careful investigation also indicates that the Google Home Business Kit is advertised using fake blogs that have been set up for the sole purpose of selling these kits. There are thousands of complaints from people who never received their kits but are paying monthly fees for them.
If you are willing to put in your time and effort to build profit-making websites, you may be able to earn some amount of money. The information you need to build a website and create ads using Google’s AdWords are readily available on the internet. You should not have to pay $70 a month for websites and blogs that are hosted by free sites.
In conclusion, Google Biz Kit is a highly suspect system and there are many other trusted companies out there that can help you make money online without resorting to questionable business practices.
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