New York, NY (PRWEB) October 29, 2009
In 2006 Dakim Duncan launched a blog and matchmaking service, Home Business Private Eye (http://www.homebusinessprivate-eye.com) to provide unbiased information, resources, and motivation to wage- earners wanting to forge their own way in the business world. Today his service is also recognized as one of the most helpful venues for multitudes of laid off workers who haven't found new jobs and are on the verge of losing their unemployment benefits.
Duncan's website features impartial reviews of popular business opportunities. Unlike many similar websites, Duncan receives no financial incentives from the companies he reviews, so the reviews are deemed reliable. They feature a unique mixture of critical research and common sense analysis peppered with Duncan's sassy sense of humor.
An entrepreneur himself, Duncan says, "I was disgusted by all the scams I saw - and still see - on the Internet, claiming to help people learn how to achieve their dreams. If you're not careful, you can get eaten alive: your identity can be stolen; you can wind up working for offshore syndicates that are ripping off your neighbors... It's all too easy to fall into the clutches of calculating criminals who use you to rip off other people, and then leave you holding the bag." Sadly shaking his head at these types of betrayals, he adds, "My passion is to help people better their lives. Period."
Visitors to the site are encouraged to complete an insightful questionnaire, then Duncan manually matches respondents with five potential business venues based on the answers they provided. Using six well-established personality profiling methods, he guides visitors to the businesses they're most likely to have a passion for and find success doing. "Think eHarmony™ for entrepreneurs," he suggests with a smile. "That's what I try to do - find as close to a perfect match as I can for people."
Dakim Duncan's experience with home-based businesses includes eBay, real estate investing, computer coaching, and several multi-level marketing venues. For more information, contact dakim(at)homebusinessprivate-eye.com or http://www.homebusinessprivate-eye.com