Your Questions About Internet Marketing Jobs

Lizzie asks…

How to get a job with GAD and Depression?

I am almost 20 and I dont have a job.. I have pretty severe anxiety/ depression so I am litterally scared to death to even attempt to put in applications because Im scared that they wont like me, or hire me EVER (ive put in 1 application in this year).. What do I do??? My mom and my sister are getting more and more aggrivated at me.

barry0912 answers:

I’m in the same situation, I’ve created my own jobs online. Try freelancing websites or learn internet marketing and seo. That’s where jobs are going to be in the future. Try a forum called blackhatworld, read it for hours and learn different methods to make money. You can pull in some serious cash once you find what you’re good at.

John asks…

What is a good email marketing solutions?

I am looking to email 8000 users on a daily basis, emailing them about every 2-3 days by deleting old users and importing new ones. I am looking for a good email marketing solution that would send emails to my users’ inbox and not mark them spam. I am looking for softwares only, or a good and cheap site thanks.

barry0912 answers:

The best is aweber… They are simply great. Its only $20 a month, you can create unlimited email lists, you can set up unlimited auto responders, and set everything on auto and its click of a button easy.

They have a spam control generator which shows your a color coded spam setting of each email you send out, you simply have to tweak things that get labeled as spam before you send it out. There is not a better service out there… Check it out at

at the site they also have a free tour you can take and kinda test drive it. Trust me its worth the 19.99/ mnth fee..

Its makes your job so much easier.

Then if you’d like you can sign up for my newsletter that I actually use this service with… The newsletter is free and it is about tips for internet martketing and website traffic buidling at

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing News

Steven asks…

Media… where do people get their TV news?

I was wondering around the internet and found this site:

granted, everything on the internet is not fact… what do you people think of it…

overview… Fox news is higest rated… but only owns 25 percent of the market overall…

CNN is at 22… networks overall at 34 percent (each being around 16/17 percent each)… MSNBC, CNBC at around 10 percent each…

so if everything is liberal… except for fox… “liberals” who watch the other channels make up 75 percent of the population?

barry0912 answers:

Wow, great link. Pew is very distinguished and reputed to be nonpartisan.
To address your summarizing comment, “liberals” very well may make up 75% of the population. Is everything besides Fox necessarily liberal? I don’t consider myself liberal or conservative, but conservatives would call me liberal. That said, I’ve heard some crap on the “liberal” channels that made me wonder if the media outlets aren’t all tools of the corporate oppressor. Feels kinda like 1984. Anyone familiar with Newspeak?

Mandy asks…

What do you think about certain markets (e.g. Whole Foods) banning the sale of live lobsters?

What’s your opinion about certain markets banning lobster sale b/c of inhumane and cruelty reasons. I think this is human nature. I just saw the yahoo internet news that talks about Whole Foods banning it. I mean I eat lobsters. It seems that animal cruelty rules are taken to a more extreme level. When you reply, don’t say anything negative about me.

It seems to me that the American culture is one of the cultures on this planet that taken animal cruelty levels quite strict.

barry0912 answers:

It is impossible to live your life without causing some harm—we’ve all accidentally stepped on ants or breathed in gnats—but that doesn’t mean that we should intentionally cause unnecessary harm. Knowlingly causing cruelty is the point here. It has been proven the lobsters experience pain – we don’t know in what way, but we do know it is there in some form.

Humans are endowed with the ability to understand suffering and to feel compassion. There is no religious or other moral tradition that counsels humans to cause pain; all religions, spiritual traditions, and moral and ethical codes tell us that we should have compassion and to avoid causing suffering. Why would we NOT extend this to all the creatures of this planet if we can?

Putting a living, feeling creature through the suffering that lobsters experience is not compassionate, it is not moral, it is not ethical. We do it because we’re bigger and more powerful. Can you think of a moral tradition that tells us that might makes right? Of course not.

Many, many years ago humans had very few choices in what to eat and wear. We are not limited in that way anymore and our science tells us more everyday about the creatures that share the planet.

If we have the option to behave compassionately, why would we not do that and make the world a better place overall?

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