If you have nothing else to offer, then just beg. The wonderful world of cyber begging.

Need money, but don’t feel like you have much to offer? Then try asking for it!

My very first exposure of cyber-begging was from a man that contacted me wanting a website. I asked him what he did, he said, “I tell stories.” “Hmmmm…ok, so how can I help you?”, I asked.  He explained to me that he was pretty much a failed writer, but he made a living making up tragic stories, posting them on the internet and cyber-begged for money. He also added this is  not much different than any other product online and his conversion rate for this was about 5%.  At first I felt kind of strange about it, but after thinking about it for a minute, I guess he is right..

As it turns out, this Cyber-Begging is no small thing, Check out Cyberbeg.com

Needy MBA Student <<<< read the story now!!!

NPR story about Digital Panhandling Online

Cyber-begging big business! read more

So how much does it cost to get started cyber-begging? It’s cheaper and easier than you might think!
Scott’s how to Cyber-begging tips:

You will first need a domain name: GoDaddy is cheap and easy!
Go Daddy $7.49 .com Sale

This is about 7.99 at Godaddy. Make sure to think up something catchy!

Then you are going to need some hosting for the website:

If you want it free click here:
Free Website Hosting

You can get started for under ten bucks!!!

*Don’t forget to get a paypal account, and maybe a PO Box to receive payments.

As for the guy, I never got a 100% reply from him as to how much money he made. He said his marketing plan was simple, he made a posting in every category and every state on Craigslist and online classifieds. Most people needing money have some kind of a tragic story, is yours worth a million?

I will make anyone who wants to Cyber-beg, a easy to update website for $99.00 (will also provide domain and hosting for one year a $40.00 dollar value!)


So here is my Donation button in case you want to drop me a few bucks ;)… What can I say, I am just practicing what I preach.