Try it! Be a blogger! (ShoeMoney Network Review)

Try this! It’s fun, easy, and rewarding!

I want you to try your hand at blogging, if there’s any subject you’d like to share your thoughts with the world about, and maybe make some money, too. You can learn for FREE. This website would not exist if I hadn’t found out about the ShoeMoney Network and its FREE training program. I’ll tell you how you can get in on the fun and excitement (and $$) in a minute, but first a couple of notes about why you should take my word for it (but don’t JUST take my word for it, TRY it!).

I’ve had experience making my own website from scratch, using html code and Notepad and then uploading the files by FTP to the server. Those were the old days when you had to be something of a computer nerd to have a website. You don’t have to do any of that.

I recently paid for some information on copywriting that included how to make money with a blog website, and created the Fundamentalist Science blog by working through my notes on it by myself.  I’ve been offered more detailed and supportive courses — for hundreds of dollars. You can get the same information that I paid for, and more, and get it through an online video series that shows you exactly what to do and how to do it.  You do have to pay another company for hosting your website, but not only is the ShoeMoney system free, it gives you money just for completing the lessons!

It almost sounds too good to be true, but when you know the details, it makes sense. Internet millionaire (yes, he’s made millions using the internet) Jeremy Schoemaker was getting frustrated. He had sold many “how to make money online” products, but even though the content was good, very few people actually logged in and did anything. (I guess they chickened out.)

Jeremy thought back to what made him keep going when he first started, and remembered his excitement over making “his first dollar” from the internet.  Now he has millions of dollars – he could afford to give the lessons free, AND encourage people to join the program by giving them a dollar for each lesson they complete! (And with sponsors, it’s a sure bet he still has a way for making MORE money with this program.) It’s a win, win, win situation.

I’ve seen multi-level marketing schemes (some were barely legal), and know what a pain they can be. This program doesn’t require getting involved in anything like that, and you still end up with your own blog for less than you’d pay on your own (counting the dollars you get for doing the lessons as a rebate) and you’re shown how to do it. You could come out with more money than you started with, even without selling anything or getting anyone else to join.  And it is so simple, if you can read and write, and contribute to your own Facebook page, you can do this, too!

The lessons walk you through setting up everything with a video SHOWING you what to do for EACH STEP. I think the way the program awards virtual belts, like a karate system, makes it fun.try to earn these belts

I was surprised at how easy it was to complete the white belt level and get a dollar or two. Oh, yes, unlike other programs that make you go through (and pay for) the whole thing, and then wait for a rebate check, I instantly received a dollar — it was sent to my paypal instantly! And I never paid him anything. Now I’m completing the black belt level,  have a new website and ideas for improving my former one, and have at least $10 added to my paypal account.

My paypal account doesn’t look like the one below, but it’s getting close…
try to get paypal bucks like this

The money doesn’t mean that much to me, but the free and easy lessons have inspired me to create a great blog with all the key plugins, plus a companion Facebook page and a system for managing an email newsletter.

If you still feel skeptical or doubtful give it a try at least.  You can make your first dollar in five minutes!   Look, I’ll share a “secret”: if you try it, not only will you get a dollar,  I’ll get another dollar, too, for each dollar you get (but you want me to get dollars, too, too, don’t you?).  If you’re worried about the cost of the hosting server, you can pay by the month (you may have to hunt a little for that option) and completing all the lessons (it won’t take long) will give you MORE than the monthly fee. (If you’re really serious about blogging, you can buy a year or two [or three] for a lower per-month cost, and a total that’s still much less than hobbies or pets can cost, especially if you consider what it takes to feed and maintain a pet for a year.) And a blog can be very rewarding.

Maybe you’ll get this far and invite people I don’t know, and you’ll make money when they try it. And if making money is what you’re interested in, there are “ninja” levels that explain advanced techniques for that.  I’ll let you know more once I check them out, but as I said, it’s not the money that is my biggest motivation. It’s what we can DO with our blogs.  With my earlier one, I’m sharing my experience in studying science, history, and philosophy that relate to the subject of creation and evolution.  With this blog, I’m sharing my dreams and maybe taking a step toward seeing some big ones come true. What if my friends took advantage of this opportunity?

I don’t think we can have too many good creationist websites, and I’d love to see Dreamer’s Havens pop up all over the internet and eventually all over the country, or the world. But there are many other things you could do — have a daily or weekly devotional ministry, or have a blog/newsletter about an existing ministry you’re involved in, or share your poetry (or samples, and sell books of it). Lots of people blog about their favorite hobbies (and some make money with affiliate links to hobby supply sites). Maybe you have some charitable cause to support, or a handicap or medical condition that you want people to understand. Some people have blogs about their pets, and some make it appear their pets are doing the blogging!

If you’re holding back because you still don’t have the confidence, I’ll be happy to give you additional support, if I don’t get swamped by requests. I’m confident that you’ll find the system so easy you won’t need any assistance from me, but I can give a few people a little confidence-boosting, personal assistance, and maybe some hints for extra things you can do to fine-tune the appearance of your website.

So how about it? All it takes is going through some easy lessons and writing a little something each day, or even just once or twice a week. If you feel at all inspired to do something with this opportunity, at least try it:  Click here to register.

I was born in 1960, raised in a family of fundamentalist Christians (I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior as a child). A bookworm, dreamer, and nerd, I loved my faith and also science, fantasy, imagination, creativity — I could never settle on who I was and what I wanted to do, and never seemed to fit in anywhere. The Musement Park is meant to be as close as possible to a theme park on the planet I seemed to come from.

2 thoughts on “Try it! Be a blogger! (ShoeMoney Network Review)”

  1. I’ve thought of doing a blog. I seem tohave a talent for typing out my thoughts. It’s the price of the blog that concerns me. I don’t have my own money to spend, so I don’t want to commit myself to something that will need money. But if I did do a blog it would be called something like “Thinking Out Loud”. Then I’d do just that. Type what I’m thinking at the time. What do you think? Would it work?

    1. Sure, but it depends on what you mean by “work.” Blogs have lots of purposes. Sounds like that would be good if you just want to now and then run some ideas by family and friends and people who drop by (for example). Or sort of a public journal. I think there are a number of blogs and vlogs (video blogs, you can do that with these, too) that are quite popular although they don’t do anything but chronicle somebody’s daily life. Usually teens, I think, or people with handicaps and such. If you’re not getting a ferret, a hobby that’s less than $10 a month might be a good alternative (and you’d get back $10). I think you do have to set up a paypal account. I already had one, I think I got it when I wanted to get something on Ebay, so I hadn’t thought about that. It’s not hard, but I forget if you need to register a credit card or checking account, which might be a problem for you. I was thinking you could write about your carvings and show pictures of how projects were progressing. You might get orders, but you could just decline or put up a short “sticky” post saying you’re not taking any. Of course, with your idea, you could do all that and also talk about your pets, post some Bible verses (with or without comments) or whatever you feel like.

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