If you’ve been looking online for Work at Home Revenue by Michelle Robinson, you’ll find lots of references to the site, but the site itself is pretty elusive. That isn’t too surprising, because the site has already disappeared entirely.
One of the first odd things about the site is the person behind it, or more specifically, the name behind it. A really common practice is to pick a name, an image and (sometimes) a personality to promote a site. In this case, the name is Michelle Robinson and the site uses her to weave a story that it hopes people will relate to.
It’s all a trick though.
Doing this is supposed to make readers feel more comfortable, and more likely to actually purchase what is on offer. It works too and people are often convinced that there really is a Michelle Robinson behind the site.
I know from experience that this isn’t the case. Most of the time, sites like this will use stock images to make their claims seem more real. However, the same images are used across multiple sites, often for different people.
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There are so many different variations of this site online. The name might be a little bit different, or it might be very different. However, similarities are present across the sites. This includes similarities in the claims that the sites make, what they offer and even in the testimonials given.
In many cases, you also find that the life story of the person behind the site is pretty much the same, even if it is supposed to be a different story. I’ve even found cases where the story is word-for-word from one site to the next.
In fact, I actually reviewed an extremely similar site just over two months ago. That site was called Stay at Home Revenue and was apparently by Michelle Withrow.
So, the names of the two sites are almost identical, and the people promoting them just happen to have the same first name. In theory, that could be a coincidence, if there weren’t already many other similar sites out there using a similar model, like this one here:
That site is apparently by someone called Bobbie Robinson (which sounds very similar to Michelle Robinson, doesn’t it?).
One of the most common patterns with this type of site is that they will stay online for a while, then they will disappear entirely. For example, the site for Work at Home Revenue has already been taken down, as have many others. That pattern is all too common with this type of site.
After all, the owners of the site don’t have to put in a lot of work to get the site up and running, especially as many elements are exactly the same across multiple different sites. This gives them the ability to simply pull out once the site stops doing well.
Because of this, I wouldn’t be very surprised to see similar sites with new names start popping up before long. Some of them may still use the name Michelle Robinson, although others may use a different person altogether.
There are so many parts of this type of site that are designed to mislead. The sites are filled with hype and claims that cannot possibly be true. In particular, they make it sound like you can earn money online easily, without a whole lot of effort on your part.
In just about every case, the emphasis of these sites is on an approach called link posting. The approach is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. You are responsible for posting links to different websites and theoretically you are supposed to earn money by doing this.
You might be able to earn a little money doing this (but don’t hold your breath), but it’s always going to be much more work than it should be for that money. In fact, link posting is a particularly poor approach to earning money and you end up spending a lot of time to earn very little.
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