INFORMATION DESIRED doesn’t deal with ad campaigns that only affect a consumer for a moment. Our goal is to create long-term interest in a business owner's services online. The money we invest brings the business owner profit that is 10, 50 or even 100 times higher than the costs. And we cover the costs. The business owner doesn't have to pay anything if he doesn’t think it’s worth it. He only takes the profit.

See how an INFORMATION DESIRED website is born, step by step – part 1.We write a lot about what cooperation with INFORMATION DESIRED is based on when a business owner becomes our investee. We write a lot about what INFORMATION DESIRED’s philosophy of action is based on and how we work with our investees. But we thought that we would like to show you all this with a specific example. See how a website is built from scratch.

Two weeks have passed since we announced our contest, with $10,000 up for grabs. And nothing. Our telephones are quiet, our e-mail inbox isn't overflowing, and all’s quiet on Facebook, where we announced this contest. This really puts us in a good mood, and not just because those $10,000 are still snug in our pocket.

INFORMATION DESIRED provides business owners with lucrative clients. Where from?Where do these clients come from? After all, they don’t grow on trees. We don’t dig them up from under the earth. If we say that our activities bring throngs of new clients to an Investee that means that we pull these clients from out of the market. Because they are already present on this market. The question is, who will “rake them in” from the pool – you or your competition? INFORMATION DESIRED will give you the biggest piece of the pie.

We have a new home page on the INFORMATION DESIRED websiteHave you noticed? Once again, we have changed for you. For you, or maybe more for those who are visiting the INFORMATION DESIRED website for the first time. All of this is so that it is even easier to understand what INFORMATION DESIRED does. Without reading long essays but rather at a first glance.

“How much does it cost?”
03/01/2019 15:52

“How much does it cost?”This question always comes up. And that's good. But we at INFORMATION DESIRED have a certain problem with it. Because it's actually two questions in one: “how much does it cost” and “how much do I have to risk”. Many companies have the same answer to both of these questions. But not us. Everything is different with us.

- During talks about starting collaboration with INFORMATION DESIRED, Investees often ask the question: how much does it cost? This question is usually equal to the question: how much do I have to risk – Tom Kuzak, creator of INFORMATION DESIRED, observes.

Because, after all, if a business owner buys something for $10,000, then that's the sum they’re risking before they see whether what they bought is of good quality and actually brings the expected benefits. Those $10,000 are the level of the business owner’s risk.

- Meanwhile, at INFORMATION DESIRED, we take all the risk onto ourselves – Tom Kuzak emphasizes. It is INFORMATION DESIRED that invests in the business owner's website, takes responsibility for it and bears the costs of managing it. And the business owners pay only if they subjectively believe that it is worthwhile for them.

This means that the level of risk that the business owner has to bear is zero! And the cost of INFORMATION DESIRED’s services should be viewed from this perspective.

Actually, the matter is slightly more complicated. Because there is no single price with us. But if you decide to pay us, you must make this decision after 12 months of collaboration with INFORMATION DESIRED at the latest. But you will probably see the effects of our activity much sooner and you can decide to pay us earlier. The earlier you do so the lower your bill will be.

In addition, you can decide not to make a single payment but spread the bill out into 24 monthly rates.

You can find more information here: You pay only when you make money yourself – how does this work?

An expert will present you detailed calculations during the meeting.