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Internet market is a good prospect to appeal at the international arena. Obviously the outrageous claims made by some, of opening Internet riches for you are not acceptable as it is not a magic wand. One of the most recent absurd promises of helping you to make $500 million dollar from a site by just spending $40 a month is unimaginable. A look at the study called "The Real Numbers Behind Net Profits" conducted by ActivMedia would tell you much about the reality behind such claims.

One of the most prevalent misconceptions about Internet working is that you access 20 to 30 million people by placing your business on the net. The frauds play on this belief and convince you that the Internet can add around this number of people instantly to your target market. They hide you the fact that not everybody visits every site. Visitors have their own interests that prompt them to visit a site. Besides, not every visitor makes a purchase after visiting a site. The Internet is a segmented place where there are hundreds of divisions.

Another interesting point is that the promoters depict a website as a single Web page while it may vary according to the demand and choice from one to several pages. The Internet offers a useful tool for the investors if you escape the web of frauds. Legitimate online investment newsletters offer impartial recommendations on "stock picks of the month". You can take the help of these newsletters to guard yourself from the frauds but these are also not free from their influence as many companies pay the people writing them to get a favorable comment.

Investors can share information through web-based bulletin boards, newsgroups, etc. Bulletin boards feature messages relating upcoming business opportunities. Frauds may project lucrative contracts and upcoming opportunities and dupe you into believing it. Thus, it is better to invest in SEC registered companies than taking any wild decision.


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