Internet Marketing Does not Elicit a Lot of Support
Internet marketing does not elicit a lot of support from family and / or friends. To those who are not intimately involved, the field appears to be something akin to voodoo.
If you are thinking of getting into the field, your first challenge will be convincing your spouse or other significant family members that it is indeed possible to make money on the internet. The reaction you'll get will be disbelief, or at least skepticism, that it is not possible for you to be able to sit at your computer typing a few hours a day and have that result in an income. If it looks easy, it must not be a real money-making job or profession. No matter how many success stories you present to them, they'll be seen as too good to be true. And we all know the old saying about things that seem too good to be true. So, if you are set on making a living on the internet, prepare yourself for going it alone. You will get little support, a lot of 'why do not you get a real job' comments, and stares (or more likely, glares) of disbelief when you say need to invest some money into your business to get it off the ground.
Just remember. These types of reactions are everyday occurrences for entrepreneurs in just about any field. Do not let them get you down.
Also remember that when you begin to make significant money, all those naysayers will quickly become your biggest fans. Some of them may even take credit for your success by insisting that you would not have made it without their unflinching support. Just grin and bear it. It goes with the territory.