The rules have changed. The American Dream is no longer the "corner office". It's a successful business you can run from your home office, the beach, or wherever you desire. It's work you love that still allows you the freedom and income to live the life you truly want. Sound like a tall order? Well, thanks to the Internet, anyone can launch a business with little or no start-up capital or technical expertise. And in Click Millionaires, e-commerce expert Scott Fox teaches weary corporate warriors and aspiring entrepreneurs how to trade the 9-5 job they hate for an online business they love.
This audiobook explains how to combine outsourcing, software, and automated online marketing to build recurring revenues, all while working less and making fewer of the lifestyle compromises that corporate "success" requires. Listeners will learn how to: find a lucrative niche on the Internet that matches their interests and skills; choose an online business model: from blogs, noozles, and audience communities to digital delivery, online services, affiliate marketing - even physical products; position themselves as experts; build their audience; design the lifestyle they want; and balance passion and profits to realize their personal definition of success.
Featuring stories of dozens of "regular folks" who have reinvented themselves as "Click Millionaires", this inspiring and practical guide shows listeners how to stop dreaming of a better life and start living it!
©2012 Scott Fox (P)2012 Gildan Media LLC
"Lots of real life examples"
I am a fan of The 4 Hour Work Week, but I think this is better. Why? Because I think there is more detail about how to go about making money from an e-business, and there are lots of real-life examples of how entrepreneurs are making money on line.
I like the fact that the examples are disparate, and include use of blogging, podcasting, video/You Tube, network marketing, and more. The author does not railroad you into one way of making money.
Well worth a listen.
"A bit of a pitch fest"
There is a lot of waffle and very little actual usable, actionable information in my opinion. It was all about buying his other books and joining in to his other courses and training programs. Maybe this would be suited to absolute beginners to internet marketing and working online but a waste of time for those that have a minimal knowledge of the subject.
I was very disappointed.
There are a lot of much better books on the market related to making money online than this I am afraid.
This Audible book is very easy to listen to with great ideas on how to get started with an on-line business. It is a very practical approach on how to start and great advice on low cost ideas to build up your business. I enjoyed this audible book so much that I went out and bought the hardback for reference also. Scott Fox has certainly inspired myself to develop my own online business.
I listened to the book and found it very motivating. Whilst listening to Scott reading the book I found ideas started to spring into my mind.
The book is not pressurised and is easy to listen to. There are numerous ideas which Scott shares and you would be able to use all these to start an online business.
I recommend listening to it. When I stopped listening to I could not wait to get back to it. It is an inspiring listen.
"A rare business book - as it tells you what to do!"
This book contains actual hard, factual steps to get you going. Eg: 1. do this, 2. do that, 3. set this up. This is so rare in business books these days that normally give you a lot of motivation but then leaves you hanging on the details. Also, it very good that the book wideness out to take you through different ideas, routes and strategies that you may not have even considered for making money online. Very accessible, written for everyone.
Also - Scott's online community is excellent, where after reading the book you can then go to for more support and ideas from other people running their own internet businesses.
"Felt like a sales pitch"
It's a good book don't get me wrong the points are valid but the writer constantly mentions his website and doesn't finish points telling you to look at the website you get to the point where you think since this website is free and seems to hold all the answers why did I pay for an audiobook to tell me this
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