What is Cash gifting?
I'm doing it!
There are some closed minds that attempted to answer this simple question. Chances are that they have a lot of points in Yahoo Answers which indicates they work hard in an activity (answering questions) that doesn't pay them for their time. Goodwill is still a noble virtue to a certain extent, I guess.
I was looking to generate more income in addition to my full time job and came across cash gifting last February. I liked the concept of no inventory, no billing, no returns, and the additional 30% value of all revenue received because itís tax free.
A cash gifting transaction is pure. Yes, I have to advertise and promote the link to my cash gifting web site just as I would if it were some other opportunity. But, that is it. All the other things associated with running a home based business are out the window.
I do remember feeling empowered when I sent my cash gift to my sponsor. I felt in control of my own destiny and was taking deliberate and decisive action. No-one was forcing me to do it. I also felt like I just threw $2,500 in cash into the streetóugh! But, my web site was up within 72 hours and I now had a link to share with the world to begin receiving cash gifts. Now it was time to get working and advertising my link to drive Internet traffic to my web site.
I didnít receive and gifts for my first two weeks and my sponsor encouraged me to keep placing ads. Then, I started getting visitors to my web site. Some contact information that people were entering was good and others entered false email addresses and phone numbers. I guess we all do it.
On week three, someone who understood the concept of cash gifting and had a similar mindset sent a $5,000 cash gift and the theory became reality. It worked. They were thinking about investing in a Cold Stone Ice-cream franchise for $270,000, but discovered there are many existing ones for sale because they donít make money for the first two years. The $5,000 cash gift was a significantly lower risk and they still had money for adverting and marketing.
I reinvest about 20% of all the gifts I receive into placing ads, Google AdWords, and whatever else yields good results.
I am now averaging about $7,000 per week in cash gifts and if it keeps up Iíll probably quit my job. No one at work knows that Iím doing this on the side and I also donít tell my family or neighbors either.
I think there are a lot of people that are surfing the web and trying to decide whether or not to get into cash gifting. I did for about a week.
Am I lucky? No. Luck is nothing more than being prepared when an opportunity arises. So now I have a link ready to go whenever someone else with an ďopen mindĒ is ready to start cash gifting.
Here is my link:http://www.overnightmoney.net