Sunday, July 5, 2009

Here Are Some Things You Need To Know About The Cash GIfting Process

Its serious. No, really. Its serious. The video's you probably have seen, off of YouTube, may have given you an exhilarating high, and an excitement but you do have to go through a few things before you can totally be considered a Gifter. So, take some time, today, to look into some of these key points, before you go ahead and do anything else today. Now, let's get things started on the right foot.

The "Cash Gifting Program" you last saw, online, did it look old and out-dated? If it looked like it was old and out-dated, then chances are that it is old and out-dated. Anything that old and unattractive, most likely, isn't going to have anything for you to use to help you be successful. There are over 42 "Cash Gifting Programs" out there, on the net, that you can join up with. So, do your research. Don't go with an old and out-dated program that's not going to get you anywhere, anytime soon.

Once you've decided which program it is that your going to join up with, now it is time for you to decide which sponsor it is that you are going to join up with. The sponsor, in your case, is the person that you've decided, in your mind, that your going to join up with because you saw them off of YouTube or another video website someplace.

However, be careful, not to join up with the wrong kind of sponsor. If your not careful, you may end up joining up with a crooked person. On the other hand, if you find a good sponsor to join up with, chances are that they won't have anytime for you because their working along with other people who've just joined up with them. In, either case, get yourself a personal mentor. Preferably, someone within city limits.

Now that we've got that part fully established let's talk a little about RECEIVING. You've got many ways, in which, to receive. You've got the option of going with PayPal, RBSWorldPay, or AlertPay. They're all routes for receiving "Cash Gifts", but it is best that the person, wanting to join up with you use UPS, so this way you can receive your Cash Gifts along with the two signed notes that they need to send off to you, as well.

One is, of course, the Gifting Statement Form and the other is the Non-Solicitation Form. In, either case, you need the both of them. If these two notes aren't sent to you, then your better off sending the money back to them because they aren't serious at all.

Now, that we're done with all of the bigger key issues, here, let's talk some about the smaller key issues. These are times savers. So, here they are. Do you have a mini-camera? Do you have a domain name of your own? Is your computer equipped with a video player, to modify and transfer your videos over onto YouTube and other video player sites?

Just write these questions down somewhere, within a notebook, onto a piece of paper, someplace, so that you can make reference to them later. Cheap, mini-cameras generally range, from around, ten dollars or more. Domain names, generally, are in the same price range. The recording software you can get for absolutely free, but with limited restrictions placed upon them.

There's, of course, GoDaddy, NameCheap, and These three sites give you the capability of getting your own domain name for the sites you have. For video transfer and recording use either Camtasia or Jing. There's a Mac OS X version and a Windows version for the both of them.

TechSmith, in any case, owns the both of them. As for the mini-cameras get 'em where you can. If your thinking of getting one from a garage sale, somewhere, make sure that you get a CD-ROM with it. Without a CD-ROM, your most likely not going to be able to use that mini-camera you got from the garage sale.

To end this all off on a good note, let's talk some about call-backs. Call-backs, for those of you out there who want to know, is an option that some Gifting Programs offer to you if you want them to close your cold calls for you.

In this case, you'll have to pay an additional fee apart from your (1) "Cash Gift" and (2) admin fee. There aren't many Cash Gifting Programs, out there, that offer this option, but don't feel bad if you join up with a program that doesn't offer this option at all. All in all, it's garbage. Just keep yourself organized with a composition book and organizer, and you should be good to go.

Until next rendition, peace out!

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