3 Simple But Serious Internet Rules

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Do not buy products online, if ever you come across a company that offers you a product that promises you unrealistic profits online. If that is your dream, then you don’t need to read any further. I am as serious as it gets. That’s why I want to share with you three rules anyone would follow each time he purchases any product online. This is no joke. This is especially if you’re just starting in the Internet business game. I’ve been there as well, and I’ve learned much, much more since then. These 3 rules can make the difference between success and failure. You can even use them as your blueprint when you go creating your next product.

Never purchase with money words

Did you know I am writing this article on a personal note pad? Well, of course, I am. I don’t need any more money. It’s already gone in the pocket, it’s an old cheque, but it is so important you hear this!

The first thing you have to learn when making a purchase online is to never use money words. Words like money, payment, discount, guarantee, etc. are all action words and will cause people to believe it’s a real purchase instead of something they could have got for free. If you are not careful, you might even be inclined to think that they are paid for, without even knowing you had to pay for it. This is what it’s all about.

You need to be careful not to fall to that trap. If you provide a secure transaction and you know that you know what the price is, then you are safe. The only thing you could have done is received something for free. But that’s no fun.

Pay with your credit card

This is the golden rule of all Internet rules. Why? Because it’s the easiest and fastest way to pay for what you are buying. And at the same time, it will take the least amount of time to pay. Plus, if even your not happy about an item and yet you purchased it, you’ll know my personal opinion about it on that page. If you want to know why that’s the golden rule? I’m glad you asked.

If you are planning to pay with your credit card, it’s a good idea to ask for a refund if there is something about it that isn’t as you expected. I would strongly advise that you don’t pay in full if there is something you don’t like about the purchase you have made. Now, whether the purchase was lifetime membership, books, products, or products, if you pay for it with a credit card it’s more secure. I know people who have paid upwards to a thousand dollars for something that came to them after one purchase. That is the beauty of our credit card payment system.

If you can’t pay on a credit card then use a debit card to get what you pay with, BUT DO NOT COMAIN wildly about it. Well, I should say, don’t go down that road.

Pay with a Rating Line

Choose a place to pay that pays with a Rating Line. There are some really good sites, but there are also people who do what’s right but never bother to write a good review.

Why is this a bad practice? It shows a lack of class. It’s a bad idea to buy a product and pay for it with a bad review. If you want to show you are a better salesman or marketer, then write a good review. I know this is hard, but you are only a human after all. I would advise you to be very honest and precise in what you write and get a top review.

The main reason is that a bad review can easily get you banned from a place online BIG TIME, and you might even end up losing sales along the way.

It takes a lot of work to write a good review. You would have to follow the rules for that company if you want to find a good one. Good places to write reviews would be sites like the warrior forum, and the shopping.com.

A good review means an interested 3 person panel that reads every word of your review. If there is a person who doesn’t like the product, then they leave a negative review. Then you must wonder why the bad feedback is coming. So consider a good review of a bargain at the sales.

I’m not saying don’t give a bad review, I’m only saying that there are situations where you give a bad review simply because it was hard to write an honest review. You might even have a bad review because you thought you were done with the topic when you weren’t.

Keep it Real

I briefly told you about something good in Rule #4. Keep it Real. If you like this article, check out the others, and stay tuned: