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One of the hardest things to get to grips with when you start out on your
Internet marketing career is that money is quite easy to come by if you put
your mind to it.
As workers we’re told from an early age that we must work for our money
and that hard work equates to financial reward. Rubbish. Complete and
How long would it take you to raise a thousand pounds now? I’ve
mentioned in previous books how I’ve seen grown men in tears because
they needed a little extra cash and couldn’t conceive how they would get it.
To them an extra thousand pounds might as well be an extra ten million!
So would you have to work overtime for a month of two? Would you have
to max out your credit card or go cap in hand to the bank?
Listen – a thousand pounds in
compared to the money you
could make from Internet Marketing and Joint Ventures. I’m going to show
you how you can bring in over a thousand pounds time after time in around
2 days – maybe 2 weeks if you’re starting from absolute scratch and need a
little preparation work.
Please let me explain…….
A little while ago I sent an email to an Ebay seller. It was a very informal
email. It started with the word ‘Hiya’
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