Created by Ross Williams, Legit Online Jobs presents subscribers with information on a number of opportunities to work online.
What is the product?
Legit Online Jobs is a product that provides users with information and tools on how to find jobs online. This is done via a database that appears to be exclusive to Legit Online Jobs which shows various advertised opportunities. These are in varied fields from writing projects to coding and even translation work. Whilst there is no word from Ross Williams on the sources for this database I am inclined to believe that it takes information from Craigslist as well as a number of websites that specifically recruit for this kind of work. Much of the work appears to be one off chances with some occasional opportunities for something more frequent. As well as the database, Legit Online Jobs also gives you access to a section on making money by taking surveys and (rather oddly I feel) a guide to making money by trading on eBay.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Legit Online Jobs is available at an allegedly discounted rate of $34.95 (down 50% compared to the “usual” retail price of $69.95 according to Ross Williams). Should you find that you are unhappy with Legit Online Jobs for any reason there is a 60 day money back guarantee provided courtesy of Clickbank. The income that you can expect to earn is varied but the copy for Legit Online Jobs shows examples of over $9,000 per month.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I don’t believe that Legit Online Jobs does provide value for money. I can’t help but feel that Ross Williams is offering information that is likely available for free if you are willing to put in the work.
There are a number of ways of making money online and working from home is definitely a possibility in this day and age. Whether Legit Online Jobs is the right way to go about doing this remains up for debate. Personally feel that what is on offer seems to be an effort to bring together free resources in a way that looks attractive. As I have touched upon there are plenty of places online where you can find work if you are willing to put in a little effort and frankly, if you can’t put in the effort to find the work I find it unlikely that this career path is right for you.