Early to Rise Debuts the New Internet Money Club to Rave Reviews at its Annual Bootcamp in Delray Beach, Florida
October 12, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsDelray Beach, Fla. (PRLeap) October 12, 2007 — Early to Rise, the Internet's most popular health, wealth & success E-zine, launches its new Internet Money Club — ideal for Internet entrepreneurs and profit seekers everywhere.
According to Patrick Coffey, Director of Internet and Business Opportunities and co-creator of the Internet Money Club, "Over the past year, we've developed a practically fail-proof program for taking an online business from concept to execution … and beyond. Many of our current programs focus on the marketing side of things — how to market your products online. But the Internet Money Club is a program specifically created to help not only with marketing but also with the technical side of selling products online."
He adds, "In this program, we'll walk you step by step from Internet neophyte to Internet master. You'll learn everything, from soup to nuts, about getting your online business up and running. We'll give you special software that will allow you to build a functional website, we'll share some of ETR's most effective strategies for making sales, and much more. You'll never find a more comprehensive program for starting your own online business."
Members of the Internet Money Club are closer to a money-making, Internet-based business than ever before. The program will equip members with all the information needed to turn business ideas into an honest-to-goodness online business and ultimately, to cash.
Coffey concludes, "I truly believe the Internet Money Club can be life changing - helping turn individuals' computers into powerful, cash-generating machines."
For more information visit http://www.earlytorise.com/IMC/
About Early To Rise
Early to Rise is an affiliate company of Agora Publishing. Headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, Early to Rise is published 7-days a week and has more than 250,000 avid daily readers.
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