Turn Your Computer Into a Money Machine: How to make money from home and grow your income fast, with no prior experience! Set up within a week!

Turn Your Computer Into a Money Machine: How to make money from home and grow your income fast, with no prior experience! Set up within a week!

Turn Your Computer Into a Money Machine: How to make money from home and grow your income fast, with no prior experience! Set up within a week!

Learn my tactics to earn as much as per hour of my time, working from home, with nothing more than my computer and an internet connection – no prior experience required! I work WHENever and WHEREever I want, plus take time off whenever I please. Want to join me?And don’t worry — I’m not about to suggest that you start writing books, become a blogger, build websites, start a Multi-Level Marketing business, fill out a pile of mind-numbing surveys, sell stuff on eBay, or bug your friends

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3 Responses to Turn Your Computer Into a Money Machine: How to make money from home and grow your income fast, with no prior experience! Set up within a week!

  1. Mary Ainsworth says:
    28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works for me, November 19, 2015
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    Mary Ainsworth (PINE MOUNTAIN, GA, US) –

    I initially started reading this book expecting it to be like so many others I had read. I was hoping for at least a little nugget to assist in resisting return to corporate America. Boy, was I surprised. I read this book at one sitting with my early morning coffee. I found an outline with details. On finishing the book, there was no doubt I could actually do this–and I am. This book is for you if you’re looking for extra income and are willing to work a little. The plan is simply laid out like 1-2-3. Great book.

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  2. Grady Harp says:
    60 of 69 people found the following review helpful
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    ‘If you do what you’ve always done, then you’ll get what you’ve always got.’ – Henry Ford, November 22, 2015
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    Grady Harp (Los Angeles, CA United States) –
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    Avery Breyer just could be a godsend to most of us who are living paycheck to paycheck while the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Finally someone has come up with some practical, easy, quick, and workable suggestions to get out of debt and stay there. He shared his budgeting ideas with us in STOP LIVING FROM PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK and now he invites us to supplement our income by a rather simple abut solid method of using our home computers!

    Avery gets right to the essence of his book in his Introduction: ‘Could you use a little bit (or maybe a LOT) of extra cash each month? And wouldn’t it be great to be able to earn that extra cash without having to get another job?’ And now that he has our rapt attention, he offers hi sown history and his development of this system and then outlines the steps in the following chapters: How I Turned My Computer Into a Money Machine, 6 Reasons Why You’ll Love This Method of Making a Buck, Insider’s Lingo That You’ve Got to Understand, 7 Secrets That You Need to Know to Succeed, My Cheat Sheet For Avoiding Common Pitfalls, 8 Steps to Producing Flawless Work That Impresses Your Clients, and Keeps Them Coming Back for More! How to Set Up Your Business Within a Week (Even if You’re Not a Techie!), and The Importance of Persistence.

    The book is well designed for easy comprehension and along the way Avery offers such tidbits of help as ‘Now that you know HOW to write good online content and avoid some of the more common pitfalls, you need to know how to turn your first draft into something that’s free of errors (or pretty darned close!) Because the fastest way to lose a good client is to provide them with articles full of careless errors in spelling, grammar, and word usage.’

    This is a system that is worth trying – the cost is negligible and the results can be a hefty support of much needed ‘extra cash’. Grady Harp, November 15

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  3. Whistlers Mom says:
    57 of 62 people found the following review helpful
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    A winning plan for the right person, November 30, 2015
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    Whistlers Mom
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    I read this author’s first two books and loved them for their down-to-earth common sense and their gently encouraging tone. It’s rare for an author to approach the uncomfortable subject of personal finance in such a way that excites readers instead of frightening and depressing them. So I was eager to read her latest, although I wasn’t sure that I would want to review it. After all, I know a bit about personal finance (including credit scores) but I know nothing at all about on-line writing.

    But that’s the beauty and value of Breyer’s books. She assumes that you DON’T know anything and walks you through it step by step. In this case, she’s teaching you the system that she’s evolved for making money writing articles and web site content for companies that don’t have time to do it themselves. In other words, free-lance non-fiction writing.

    I’m leery of get-rich-quick schemes, but I don’t think this falls into that category. For one thing, this is not an opportunity that’s open to everyone. In order to cash in, you must write good (i.e. grammatically correct) English and it must be standard American English. You must also be a reasonably proficient typist or it will take you so long to pound out an article that your hourly pay scale will be laughable. As this author points out, you can teach yourself good grammar and fast typing if you’re motivated to do so.

    If I have an argument with the book it’s that it glides over the research part of the system. Unless you’re already an expert on the topic that the client wants you to write about, you’ll have to research the subject. So your out-put will be contingent on how fast you type, but also on how fast you read and absorb knowledge and how your brain processes knowledge. Can you read an article quickly and summarize it so that you tell the important, interesting facts? Can you read several articles quickly and correlate the information in them and combine it into a brief, readable summary? Are you naturally curious? Do you ENJOY learning about new things or will it be drudgery?

    For every writer who makes a fortune with a best-selling novel there are thousands of writers who make a living writing for newspapers, advertising agencies, trade or company magazines, or some other form of on-demand writing. Some are employees and some are free-lance. Some have an office and a parking space and benefits and some work in their pajamas. This author has discovered a new wrinkle on an old idea. The possession of a computer and internet access means that everyone has the potential to cash in on the demand for on-line content.

    You’re the only person who knows if this is a viable choice for you. However, if you want to try it, I don’t think you could do better than to start with this book. Ms. Breyer is a born teacher and she gives her readers the benefit of all the experience that she’s acquired over the years. This is a business with few (if any) start-up costs. No franchise fees. No $4,000 “seminars.” No hype. Just turn on your computer and start learning and (hopefully) earning. You’re in good hands.

    ***** No disclaimer needed. Having read and enjoyed this author’s first two books, I was looking for the next one in the series and happy to pay 99 cents for it. I’ve already recommended it to several friends who are looking for ways to make money at home. I’ll keep you posted.

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