What Is Goherenext.com?

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And why would I want to go there? To check it out for you, of course. I submitted my info and will face the spam and calls so you don’t have to. Oh, and it’s also associated with createmyfuture.com.

The teaser page where you put in your info says that you’re about to learn about a guy who built four billion-dollar companies and is about to build his fifth and, wouldn’t you know it, he is looking for partners to help him.

Wouldn’t you want to work with the successful builder of businesses by creating your own home-based business?

So I put in my info and watched the presentation so you don’t have to. No need to thank me.

It’s Shaklee. The miracle business builder is Roger Barnett, current CEO of Shaklee. The business model is network marketing. According to the presentation, you don’t have to sell anything. Just use the products and get “your team” to do the same.

Sigh. Been there, done that. Network marketing might be the ticket for some, but not for most who try it. And certainly not for me.

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    1. Deborah Linsley says:

      Steve, of course we need to thank you for your “sigh” doing this work for us and receiving all of the spam and other emails so we don’t have to.
      Your site is incredible and so I do thank you.
      You would be surprised that I use You data–maybe I make $.20 a week, but that is not the point it introduces me to new unique web sites which I then go to BigCrumbs and order something if available. But outBlush is one of my favorites.
      An update on http://www.kgb.com is that after two months I enjoy the time I spend on answering questions, have networked among the OPs, was paid to write a tutorial on summer sports and I was the only agent to be asked–and the compensation increased. I also received a free t-shirt from them yesterday with a thank you for a”stellar suggestions” I had a feeling that with time this could pay off. Also since I was in a relationship for 8 years with a man in London and kgb_ is from there I have enjoyed having fun with the UK agents.
      My mentor is great, they are accepting new agents right now as they are taking off. It is fun, keeps my mind active and I talked to my mentor about after only 2 months I was pleased with the progress–you would not believe the things you learn and answer some not suitable to this post but I know about carburetors , engines, NASCAR etc and OMG Wii games and other console cheats! My mentor assured me that she had put in the recommendation and that with patience there were opportunities to go from a 1099 to a W-2 actual employee so I do my best as I see potential. There are things I can see need to be changed but I am not trying to buy the company yet! If may I would like to caution or offer to people interested that they can reply to be here about kgb_ as it is not as easy as you think.

      I will be contacting you personally about setting up a blog, but you should know that despite my degrees, I became ill and had to look for alternatives. Your web site inspires me.

      Thank you again
      Deborah
      “Nobody can give you wiser advice than yourself”~Cicero

    2. Just wanted to say, “Thank You” for sifting through the Spam for us. I didn’t even know Shaklee was still around, LOL

      Andrea :-}

    3. Thanks, Thanks

    4. FunkyMonkey says:

      Why are there only 3 feedback postings, and the most recent one is from nearly a year ago?? Hmmmm… Was hoping for more info than that from satisfied people who have tried out your system

    5. You do realize that this isn’t GoHereNext.com… right…

    6. Hey Steve,

      Josh (muskyblood) here from WA. I realize network marketing has a negative connotation in many peoples eye. I don’t understand that. Shaklee is a great company that provides very good products to people. You say most people fail with network marketing. While this may be true, isn’t that almost the same with internet marketing? I don’t have data, but I’d bet success percentages are about the same in both businesses. And that does not mean they are bogus jobs, just hard to succeed at. If you think about it, there are no get rich quick jobs, and whether you are network marketing or internet marketing (or both) you need to work hard to get results. People probably fail at both for the same reason, they give up.

      Anyway, never seizes to amaze me where I see your site pop up for searches. You truly do an awesome job. This comment was not to be argumentative, just to leave my 2 cents.

      See ya around WA bud!

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