Wassup…or is that Whatbizopp?

Ouch, sorry the title of this post even makes me cringe ever so slightly although at a stretch there is a shade of alliteration.

Anyway, back to the point of the post. I always keep an eye on how people find my site and the questions they plonk in the search engines. Time and again I see the name of Nick Laight appear. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Nick he has built a very successful information publishing operation over the last few years. In fact his success has seen several protege’s follow his lead and build established online businesses.

Like all publishers Nick has an optimist’s view of life (and generally sports a hair raising hairdo to go with it) and everything he promotes creates interest, both good and bad. To be honest I’ve bought stuff from Nick that hasn’t worked out for me but to be fair I’ve never had a problem with a refund on anything I’ve returned.

Nick has fingers in many pies and he has just launched the latest one, WhatBizOpp. It should come as no surprise to learn that the site is designed to showcase business opportunities that you might want to check out. Given his experience Nick is a master at the dangling carrot approach where you can visit the site and find lots of good information for free.

But of course this is a business so you should expect to put your hand in your pocket if you want more detail or to purchase certain products. Personally I don’t have a problem with this business model as you can just use the free stuff or delve deeper into the products available.

Some people find Nick’s methods somewhat unsavoury but as far as I can tell they are mainly people who expect instant results without making any effort themselves.

The WhatBizOpp website is brand new although there is a lot of content already available. I’d recommend taking a closer look at what is on offer as you may just find something that provides a useful source of income. To celebrate the launch they’re offering a 20% discount on purchases, just provide the code WBTOFFER when checking out. This offer is only good for the weekend so don’t hang around as you may be too late!

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