Curious About Rapid Video Blogging?

July 26th, 2010

Gideon Shalwick is about to launch a new course, Rapid Video Blogging.

If you’re curious about whether it’s a good investment, I invite you to visit a site I created dedicated to Rapid Video Blogging.

I created GoRapidVideoBlogging.com precisely for bloggers and other Internet marketers who might be interested in the Rapid Video Blogging course, and would like to find more information about it before purchasing, or deciding to pass it up.

Click below to find out more about Rapid Video Blogging, and decide for if it’s right for you.

GoRapidVideoBlogging.com

You can also sign up for Gideon’s free Rapid Video Blogging report. After you sign up, you’ll also get access to some training videos from Gideon.

In this 90+-page report, Gideon shares his blueprint for getting tons of traffic and making massive sales of his own and affiliate products–all through online videos. It’s his step-by-step strategy for earning a six-figure income by harnessing the power of video blogging.

Here’s the link again to claim your complimentary copy of the Rapid Video Blogging special report.

http://www.BlogTrafficExperts.com/report

Take a Sneak Preview of Mom Masterminds

October 3rd, 2009

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If you’ve been following me for some time now, you know I credit an online group called Mom Masterminds for my work at home success.

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside the exclusive Mom Masterminds forum:

Here are other ways you can check out Mom Masterminds:

I hope all this will help you decide whether or not Mom Masterminds is right for you. Should you decide to join us, I’ll be right there to welcome you. Let me know at the forum.

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The Unlimited Freelancer: A Review

February 3rd, 2009

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Mason Hipp and James Chartrand of Freelancefolder.com have written this 200-page guide to turning freelancing from a j*o*b to a business. After devouring the E-book and implementing some of the strategies, I am no longer worried about acquiring more clients than I can handle (a happy problem I have been anticipating and dreading). I also now have a more professional but affordable means of invoicing my clients and bookkeeping. Plus, I can see clearly how I could easily exceed my target monthly income – without working seven days a week.

What’s the difference? Well, a freelancing job is when you do everything yourself. You’re essentially trading hours for dollars. You’re probably overwhelmed with everything you need to get done, are always scrambling to find new clients, and can’t take a day off.

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The Niche Blogger: A Review

January 14th, 2009

Visit www.TheNicheBlogger.com

Almost a year ago, I posted about experiencing information overload while trying to figure out this Internet marketing thing. Well the other day, it dawned on me that I no longer felt information overload. I no longer felt like a newbie. I can actually understand all the Internet marketing jargon. And whenever I receive an E-mail trying to sell me yet another Internet marketing product, I could easily tell if it was something worth my time, effort and money. I am now confidently deleting those E-mails rather than getting seduced by the gurus’ slick copywriting and bonuses.

I can credit my newfound confidence and focus to finding the right teachers. One of them is Amy Bass, a homeschooling Mom of 4 who recently launched a membership site to teach others how to make money from blogs. Amy blogged herself out of a $72,000 debt and is now earning $5,000 a month.

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An Early Christmas Gift

December 11th, 2008

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I don’t know about you, but I’m already having a very Merry Christmas!

It all started when Kelly McCausey, co-founder of Mom Masterminds and an amazing business woman, announced on WAHM Talk Radio and on Twitter that she is granting the wishes of work at home Moms. Not really thinking much about it, I submitted my own 3 wishes. I sent 3 whole wishes, ranging in cost from under $100 to almost $700 – something I had been wanting for months but couldn’t cough up the money for.

Well, what do you know? Kelly helped me get my $700-wish!

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