How to Buy and Sell Websites!…the Perfect Mother of a Business

Looks good doesn’t it? What perfect online business opportunities. What progressive business ideas.
I know how excited I got when I first understood the power of the possibility

My friends Matt and Liz Raad are running their last “How To Buy and Sell Websites” Workshop for the year, and I have secured some special guest tickets that I thought you would be interested in.

Why do I think you should be paying attention? 🙂
Given the level of interest I’ve seen in selling websites over the last months, and what I’ve since learned from Matt and Liz, the online Buy and Sell of Websites is a market experiencing considerable growth, and destined to be a major player… get in now!

They reveal how you can take advantage of the online “virtual real estate boom” by making money online that is happening right now by showing step-by-step how you can buy and sell websites for massive profit.

To find out more and reserve your complimentary guest seats, click here

The feedback from the attendees of the last event was fantastic – here’s some of the comments:

“Absolutely well worth investing 3 days to learn how to create a lifetime of passive income”

“This wasn’t what I expected…my eyes have been opened to new possibilities!”

“Definitely worth doing”

“You’d be mad to miss of the most value packed workshops ever”

“If you are interested in making money on the internet, DON’T MISS THIS SEMINAR!”

So if you like the idea of finding “rundown” websites, renovating them quickly and then selling for a profit or keeping as a cash-cow…

And if you would you like to grow your passive income, and make the most of the new online real estate boom without having to be a tech-wizz,

Book in now before it’s too late!

Make sure you use the ticket code “TEM GUEST” so you aren’t charged for the tickets.
Come and join the revolution that is online business opportunities…


How Mars Built a Business…

Launching a business selling customized candies was risky and required a series of internal innovation moves by Mars executives.
Great learning for all of us

By Jessie Scanlon for Bloomberg Businessweek

“There is little reason for an individual to have a computer in their home,” Ken Olsen, the president and founder of the Digital Equipment, famously said in 1977. As Olsen’s quote suggests, predicting demand for new, innovative products and services can be difficult, in part because many of the traditional methods of market testing—using historical data to forecast sales, for instance, or asking customers in a focus group to compare a new product with an existing, competing one—aren’t well-suited to the innovation process.

This was the dilemma that Dan Michael, then R&D director for Mars’ M&Ms brand, faced in 2000. He and his research team at the advanced R&D lab in Hackettstown, N.J., had an idea: to make customizable M&Ms printed with the word or image of a customer’s choosing.

In 2006, Mars’ My M&Ms experiment became a formal business unit called Mars Direct. Famously secretive, the company won’t share sales data, although Meyer, the Northeastern professor, wrote in his 2007 book, The Fast Path to Corporate Growth, that soon after the public launch “sales had surpassed $10 million and continued to accelerate.” The product was launched in Europe in 2007 and will soon be introduced in Australia.

What can executives learn from Mars’ approach to marketing an innovative product? read on

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