“I made $15,000 a month thanks to my e-book on ClickBank.com.” “I make $30,000 a month thanks to my mailing list of 25,000 subscribers.” “I make over $30,000 to $50,000 a month thanks to free traffic from the search engines.” As they say, people are prospering with Internet marketing, and online sales superstar Mark Anastasi tells you how to join their ranks. He’s proud that these now-wealthy entrepreneurs learned to strike it rich on the Internet by attending his seminars, viewing his DVDs or subscribing to his newsletter. He maps many different routes to potential online riches. You may want to choose carefully among his suggestions. Some are valid and helpful, but others may make you question Internet commerce. For example, one setup exploits the cheap labor of impoverished people by selling their work at many times the broker’s purchase price and other tactics call for selling lists in various forms, despite possible privacy concerns. Thankfully, most of Anastasi’s Internet moneymaking suggestions do not present such dilemmas, so with that alert, getAbstract suggests this intensely practical manual to anyone – especially newcomes to web enterprise – who wants to make money on the web.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why the Internet is the ideal venue for making big money fast and
- How to earn your share.
About the Author
Mark Anastasi founded Inspired Marketing Group. He organized The Traffic Generation Summit, The Passive Income Summit and The Millionaire Bootcamp for Women.
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5 years agoCan't figure out when he's not advertising. Glad to get abstract instead of spending money on his ads. Some ideas, such as ebook, are cute. However other "ideas" are just run the mill copy cat. Profit numbers are especially fishy: 192 seminar registrations for $30,000? That's about $150 per person. Unless you are well established speaker you don't get away with this kind of fee.
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