The first thing you need to know is that the program is broken down into 4 levels. This seems to be a logical approach since a beginner is obviously going to have different needs than a seasoned veteran.
I consider myself a novice at all this since I've never had any type of onlin e business before in my life.
So I started in Level 1 for a couple reasons:
- Everything is FREE ...so it's literally impossible to lose a penny since you never pull a penny out of your pocket.
- The techniques learned in Level 1 are skills that I will use all the way through Level 4 so it's not like I'm wasting my time and effort.
- Level 1 sets me up with all the ground work for moving up to Level 2 where I put things on auto-pilot.
So what's the down side?
Well, it's all time and effort in Level 1. I make money and risk nothing but I do need to basically sell my time ... kind of like a job I guess.
But that's OK, I look at it as 'on the job training' where I get paid to learn - earn to learn and learn to earn.
So what I did was simply follow each step in the first module of Level 1. Watch a step and do a step ...that's all I do. Anyhow, I was as shocked as anyone when it actually worked. When that email popped into my inbox telling me I just landed $2 ...
...well, I covered that already so read my last post.
I'm planning on sticking with Level 1 for a bit and continue to learn the ropes of eCurrency Arbitrage.