Thursday, 21 January 2010

FREE WEBINAR - Online Solutions for Local Businesses

You've probably heard of Russell H Conwell's "Acres of Diamonds" - a series of stories illustrating how we often miss what is right under our noses. And if you're looking for a lucrative business opportunity then such an opportunity is probably staring you right in the face and, for one reason or another, you may not have considered it - local businesses.

However today, by attending a FREE webinar, you can discover more about this amazing opportunity and how it's possible to earn a full-time income (even in this harsh economic climate) helping local businesses effectively market their products and or services online.

What's more, you don't need a website, a product or a mailing list to get started. You can also do this on a part-time basis. Almost sounds too good to be true doesn't it. Well, simply attend the FREE webinar today to learn exactly how you can take advantage of this opportunity.

This webinar will reveal:

~ Why local markets are so profitable and why, at this time, online marketing for local businesses is relatively uncompetitive.

~ How you can help local businesses become the dominant company in their local market online.

~ How you can find local businesses that need your expertise, how to approach them and close them without selling.

How to identify your ideal prospects and which type of clients to give a wide berth.

~ What local businesses are absolutely starving for and why there is little or no competition.

~ The range of online services you can offer prospective clients.

~ How you can get paid $1,000 to $5,000 a month per client doing simple online marketing.

When you sign up for this webinar you'll also gain access to 4 FREE videos to kick-start your training.

Register for this webinar even if you can't make the live event so that you can gain access to the replay. However, as there will be special announcements during the webinar listening to the live event is highly recommended. Click the link below for more details: