Home Business What Really Makes Money - Nick Laight - Review

Published on November 30th, 2010 | by Charlie Wright

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Review: What Really Makes Money – Nick Laight

What Really Makes Money - Nick Laight - ReviewI told you that when it comes to home businesses I’ve pretty much tried them all. But some businesses are not worth touching with a ten-foot barge pole. You probably know the ones I’m talking about… “AMAZING, touch-of-a-button, INSTANT CASH backdoor ‘secrets’!”

Yeah right. Pull the other one.

You pay your £97… and if you’re lucky you receive a flimsy 30-page manual that states the bleedin’ obvious. If you’re unlucky, you get sod all… and you never hear from the “guru” again.

Me? In the old days I used to sleepwalk into these money-pits. I swallowed almost every claim and piece of hype. I was that desperate for something that worked.

That was until 6 years ago, when Nick Laight began his What Really Makes Money service. Here at last was someone who gave me advance warnings of the dodgy opps and fake gurus – before I spent my money.

For years Nick’s warned ordinary people of the con-artists and fly-by-nights. But he’s not just out to knock the worst businesses. He reveals which stuff really works.

Over the past 6 years he’s investigated practically every business from dog-sitting to FX trading, eBay to Domain Name strategies, import-export and the latest betting system. He and his team of researchers go through the latest manuals and mail-shots with a fine toothcomb.

They put the claims to the test. They double-check the figures, they test out the systems. If they don’t live up to their promises, he goes for them, guns a-blazing. And if they DO have genuine potential, he passes the details onto his circle of readers.

So if you’re thinking of investing in a biz opp, betting strategy or trading system right now, I urge you to take a look at this latest report from Nick. It’s something you MUST read before you think of shelling out for another product.

Nick has been at the sharp end of marketing, publishing and finance for a decade. Biz Opps are his bread ‘n’ butter, and he just loves putting them to the test. Whenever he reviews a new product in his newsletter, he takes no commission for it. There’s no advertising. No bias.

It’s either a workable business idea… and he gives you the honest details… or it isn’t, and he shows you why you should run a mile.

Nick also provides you with blueprints for the very best home businesses he’s tried. In the past these have included premium rate telephone lines, email cash generators, eBooks, online affiliates and eBay businesses.

In fact, it was one of the blueprints in What Really Makes Money that inspired home business seeker Sharon Fussell to become an Amazon book trader. Famously, she went on to make £15K in her first year- that was in her spare time!

“This was enough extra money to clear my credit card debts and pay for a family holiday in Normandy,” she told Nick. “And it was still only a hobby. An hour or two a day, tops.”

She now does this business full time with her husband, and hasn’t looked back.

If this inspires you, I urge you to go and check out his latest report. It’s the quickest leg-up into starting a home business you could ask for, You’d be mad to start your trip through the jungle without checking this out first

Nick is just about the only person in the world I know who gives you a ONE YEAR money back assurance. Seriously. Go and get his advice for 12 months and if you’re not making good money, you won’t have to pay for his advice.

You can get a risk free trial and find out more here



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5 Responses to Review: What Really Makes Money – Nick Laight

  1. Kevin says:

    Hi Sophie – so have you actually worked this business and made money with it? Or are you just another reviewer who talks a good game but doesn’t “walk the walk”?

    • Tom Wake says:

      Hi Kevin, this is actually a review by Charlie Wright who used to run the ‘Biz Opp Jungle’ (see the ‘About Me’). Charlie certainly has walked the walk and I’m sure he wouldn’t mind me saying that he’s made a lot of money with Nick’s help and advice.

      • Kevin says:

        Thanks for the reply Tom – but I was actually asking about the Amazon book selling business (Sharon Fussell) – I am well aware of Charlie Wright but was he actually involved in selling books on Amazon?
        I have read a lot of his writings and musings and can’t remember him being an Amazon book-seller – though I may be completely wrong about that.
        I’m really only interested in reviews from people who have actually made money with whatever business they are reviewing.

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