Abbey’s Blog, www.AbbeyBlog.me, is a new website that offers viewers a chance at a money making opportunity, which she claims anyone can do from the comfort of their home.
Abbey Fredrickson, the author of Abbey’s Blog, claims that she earns up to $379 a day, working less than 20 hours a week, and you can too, with just a computer and an internet connection.
The program Abbey is promoting is called Easy Cash on Demand, which is a program that teaches people how to post links online, which is a popular form of affiliate marketing. But before you sign up, there are some things you should know.
The Bottom Line on Abbey’s Blog
First, Abbey’s Blog is not a blog. A blog is a running web log where someone documents their experiences with work, or a hobby, or their thoughts, or really anything they want.
But in order to be a blog, it must be a continuous process. Abbey’s Blog only has one “post” and it’s the sales page promoting Easy Cash on Demand. This is not a blog; it’s an advertisement.
This is not uncommon; people call things blogs which are not really blogs because it makes their visitors believe they’ve stumbled on a real person who is simply sharing their world experience.
Instead, Abbey Frederickson is advertising a specific money earning opportunity because she is an affiliate who receives compensation for doing so. However, that does not mean that her opportunity is a scam.
The Bottom Line on Affiliate Marketing
Easy Cash on Demand, at EasyKits.org, is a program that trains you in affiliate marketing, which is the fastest growing online job industry. Many people make money in this industry every day.
The problem with programs that train people in internet marketing is that, in order to get you to purchase or subscribe to their service, they often go overboard on telling their customers how “easy” internet marketing is.
In reality, the concept of internet marketing may be easy, but the actual work is not, and certainly the idea that you can earn hundreds of dollars a day with just a couple hours work is not accurate, especially not when first establishing your business.
Those interested in affiliate marketing should do free online research before deciding to purchase or join a program.