Google Words: Is Macaroni Kid a Scam?

Blogger has this awesome new stats system that I at least JUST NOTICED.  It's not like they've invented the wheel… but they've at least begun USING the wheel as far as I'm concerned.  ( it's ABOUT TIME)

So one of the options are the google key words.

ONE OF THE MAIN KEY WORDS:
IS MACARONI KID A SCAM?



I just think that's funny-- not because I think anything is funny about what they're googling.  But BECAUSE I WOULD TOTALLY DO THAT MYSELF.


So I figured I should answer that question for those of you appearing here by some odd chance.  Wondering if Macaroni Kid is a scam.

No .

It's not.
In any way.
There's no scam.  No hollow lollipops.  No timex watches marked as Rolex.

It's nothing like a Mary Kay business, a Jewlery business etc.

It's real and you can do it fairly easily.


WHAT IN THE WORLD IS IT?

It's a resource newsletter  ( e newsletter) that you write for your local community , focusing on events that are happening.  ( here's mine )   You publish it every week.   You build a readership ( IT'S FREE FOR THEM) and you become a well known well respected source in your area.

It's a NATIONAL NAME.  With over 300 local newsletters across the nation and internationally.
Moms, aunts, uncles, grandparents, college bound…. all publishing in their communities.

People just like me.
Driven, creative.  Energetic.  Social.  Looking for SOMETHING , ANYTHING… to call their own.
This is ALL THAT  AND A BAG OF CHIPS.

My area.  We are TAKING OVER.  We have SEVERAL MK's in the surrounding Pittsburgh area and we are all collaborating to make this the biggest baddest endeavor us " moms"  have attempted.

I'm a mom -- just like many of you.  I have 3 kids.  My days are CRAZY.  My house is a mess.

But I love what I do.
I make revenue  on the advertising that is available on my AWESOME PUBLICATION that businesses WANT to appear on.

 I meet tons of new people by connecting in the community.  I have made incredible business contacts with such National Chains as Chick Fil A in my community.

I have gone from a mommy to a business person but haven't lost my mommy feel.
I do things on my own time, that benefit myself and my family.

There's no scam here.
The minimal monthly amount paid to the National Company for use of their name and the website with a team of programmers backing it is just that when you get down to the nitty gritty of this.  Minimal.

I make enough money to cover that cost --- and still have money and perqs that make this job--

THE BEST EVER.

xoxoxo
supah

Email me and if you read this darn article and decide to give this a TRY .. Please.  Tell them I directed you to them!

2 comments:

Evonne said...

You scared me for a minute with the title!

I admit this is something I might have Googled, too when I first heard of MK. Just because there are so many work-at-home scams out there.

MommyLovesStilettos said...

YES!!!!!! I love this post!!!!! :)

And I love MK :)