DS Domination, found online at DSDomination.com, is a new work at home business opportunity that claims to give anyone the ability to earn money from home from just “copying and pasting.”
According to their online presentation video, at the core of DS Domination’s success is what they describe as “harnessing the power” of major, well known corporations like Amazon and WalMart.
Unfortunately, right now DS Domination is in beta mode, which means that it is not officially launched yet, and the only way you can participate is if you are personally invited from someone who is already involved.
DSDomination.com says that their company behaves like a family, with members taking care of each other, helping you with every aspect you need to setup your business, like over the shoulder videos.
They also say that their income streams are completely automated. The only “work” you will have to do is follow the directions of what to copy and paste. Other than that, everything else will be completely automated.
The website continues to say that you will never need to worry about traffic generation, selling anything to anyone, or recruiting people. In addition, you will keep all money that is made; no commissions, and no pass ups.
Things to Consider
Since this program is still in beta, it is hard to give a full analysis of the program because there are very few details available. One of the things we look for is how much you are being charged for the opportunity and how much money they are claiming you will earn, information which isn’t available right now.
But another important thing to consider is how much the video presentation and website stress that DS Domination is “automated” and all you have to do is “copy and paste.” Generally speaking, independent business programs that make these promises almost always turn out to be unsuccessful money makers.
Running an online business is not unlike running an offline business – the vast majority of people who are successful say that – at least initially – they put lots and lots of hard work, time, and effort into their business before they made money. While passive streams of income do exist, it takes time and effort to set these up, and even they usually earn money relative the type of upkeep you do.
Unfortunately, because this program is in still in beta and there is so little information, it is hard to make a good assessment. That being said, any business which charges you money for training or membership and promises that you won’t have to do any work to make a solid income is generally something “too good too be true” and should be avoided.