What is this new theory of demand and supply called the Long Tail? It is the new economics of culture and commerce masterfully explained by Chris Anderson, editor in chief of Wired magazine since 2001, and named editor of the year by Advertising Age magazine in 2005, in his book The Long Tail. Why is it new? Because of the Internet and the seemingly limitless choices it provides to its consumers.
On the curve of demand and supply you have:
1. The popularity of what people want, demand, this is the short head.
2. Supply, the limitless marketplace available on the Internet, this is the Long Tail.
So in today's marketplace called the Internet, you have to ask yourself, 'What do I want'. I think the answer for a lot of you might be that:
1. You want the product at the best discount possible,
2. And the opportunity to make money at the same time.
Have you ever said to yourself or someone else 'I want to travel and I want to make a limitless amount of money'.
Is this you? If it is, the opportunity you are seeking is right here but you have to believe in yourself. Also, if, knowing what you want and believing you can achieve it, you are presented the right mode of achievement, you must be decent and act upon it.
Everyone knows there is no such thing as something for nothing. No matter where you are in life, you can still be what you wish to be. Another thing you probably already know is that achievement and all earned riches start with a good idea. If you are serious, consider the opportunity of getting with someone who can short cut your journey to success.
Decide now and change your life and future for the better. Act today and feel the rewards tomorrow.[ad_2]