The Entrepreneur and the Internet

July 7, 2010

The internet is the fastest growing advertising medium in history. It’s hard to believe that it just came into common knowledge in the early 1990s. The internet has created a virtual world of its own; it has integrated itself into the very fabric of our lives, particularly with the younger generation.

There are plenty of shrewd business entrepreneurs out there who are capitalizing on this exploding phenomenon. Many of them started out with zero marketing skills and minimal financial resources. If they’re making millions online, why not you? You have the experience of running a successful company or career—why not use this to establish a home-based internet marketing business that consummates your goal of total financial freedom?

Jay Kubassek is an excellent example of what can be achieved. Jay went from selling mufflers at a Midas franchise to revolutionizing internet marketing with the 2004 launch of CarbonCopyPRO, an online marketing education company now worth over $20 million with customers in over 160 countries. Other success stories abound. In the famous words of Napoleon Hill, “Whatever your mind can conceive and believe it can achieve.”

Internet marketing is not some passing fad; it’s here to stay. Due to its interactive nature, the popularity of the internet has soared among casual users. It’s become the perfect medium to transmit dynamic advertising messages. The internet sells everything you could possibly imagine, and people are snapping up this everything as fast as they can type out their credit card info. Why not join the ranks of your entrepreneurial peers and make the internet marketplace your marketplace?

Building a successful home-based business is easier than ever due to the widespread usage of the internet. A career in internet marketing exemplifies all of the characteristics that define the ambitious and independently-minded entrepreneur. It requires little investment compared to the fabulous returns it generates. Also, you don’t need much in the way of technical skills to get a home-based business up and running. All it takes is methodical goal setting, commitment to a purpose, and sheer determination.

Author: Karen Newman


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