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How to Be Successful in Internet Marketing

Guide to Boost Your Marketing Skill for Your Internet Business
Narrated by: Bill DeWees
Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
Categories: Business, Marketing

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The word "busy" carries a very subjective connotation with it, especially in case of Internet marketers. As a matter of fact, almost all of us Internet marketers are "busy", so to speak, but guess how many of us are "fruitfully" busy? Very few indeed, and those few people are the ones who reach the success ladder. I would tell you it is not easy to get rid of distractions so easily, especially if you are a lazy fellow like me, you would be getting bored of "working" pretty soon. The excitement would give way to boredom, which in turn would distract your attention away from internet marketing and near the things you love to do or believe. So what are those things? Learn all here.

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  • Seth
  • 20-01-15

So little value

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

A author with better writing skills and more success as a internet marketer. I hope the author takes the time to improve before selling more of this low quality material.I don't enjoy being this harsh but I just wasted my money and more important my time on this material.

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What three words best describe Bill DeWees’s performance?

Best it could be given low quality writing

What character would you cut from How to Be Successful in Internet Marketing?

All of it.

Any additional comments?

Constant reading of incredibly long web domain names. This is one example didn't count but I would guess there is over 50 of these read in full.He should have used shortened domains and/or created his own web page with all the links mentioned. At minimum didn't need to keep repeating http:// everytime. I would not recommend listening at any price.