Are you doing your Due Diligence? Everyone in the high yield investing words speaks about this. You have heard it many times – “Do your DD and you’ll be OK”.
However, life has come full circle for me. I am now working in the same building, with one important difference. Just as I did before, I am sitting at a computer in a little cubicle. The difference is that this time I do not have to answer the phone. I will only be doing data entry work, which delights me to no end.
Life is very structured at a call centers near Tijuana, Baja California, as opposed to more relaxed office situations. Because call volume is monitored, management is aware of peak times and schedules accordingly. Thus your breaks and lunches are staggered with other agents to allow for phone coverage. You are not free to tell your friend, “Let’s get together around noon,” when your scheduled lunch is 11:30 am. You are usually required to log in and out of your phone, even when going to the restroom. I am aware of one contract that deducts bathroom breaks from regular breaks and lunches and will even require a doctor’s note if you need to use the bathroom frequently. Hint to applicants – this might not be a good place to work if you use a diuretic!
There are 3 different products you can buy. The 1st product costs $1295, and the most expensive one will run you $11000. If you buy the 3rd product, you are entitled to sell all 3.
OK, here is one of my favorite parts about the bus rides. Ever been to Disneyland? Remember in the old days the best rides required an “E ticket”? Well last night, Friday October 22, green bus #A-067 I will always remember as an E ticket ride.
“If you were over the age of 6 or 7, you most likely remember where you were and what you were doing when the first reports of the terrorist attacks hit the airwaves, and after the initial distress tapered off, there were many who asked this question: Where was God and what was He doing on that day?
2) The site has no email capture mechanism. Most honest copywriters will tell you that in most Internet marketing type niches, a 1-2% response rate to a sales letter is VERY respectable. You’ve worked very hard to get visitors to your site, and if you completely ignore the 98% who don’t buy you’re not going to be in business very long.
Before you jump in, think about whether you are the right kind of person to work from home. If you are the type who cannot focus or are easily distracted, it may not be for you.