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Unread 29th Jan 2013, 11:25 PM   #1
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I know I want to make money online and I need someone legit to guide me through this process. Iam looking to sell on eBay amazon and have a successful sit, long term.
Iam looking for someone to show me what I need legal how taxes work etc Iam New to this game but not looking for someone who is just after my money. I will need someone with experience and proof of your success. Thank you
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If you're looking for a mentor / business coach - Read This Now!
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I would be more than happy to assist you for free in my spare time, just contact me at the link below.
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Mark, read your Post. It is really good and comments there are truly valid pro and cons. I too am looking for a good coach, I am in business for quite a few decades, I had brick and mortal companies and most have ecommerce. We just advertise to get traffic or send out emails direct to our customers. We had large salesteams and representatives.

Internet marketing over the past 20 years had evolved into a science that largely required experiences ,knowledge of how most search engines companies work. We never heard of SEO, megatags, back links etc.The easiest thing is to hired a professional for this but talents like this are increasing difficult and expensive to come by.

I need to know what to sieve thru in this huge ocean of informations. I signed up with a coach for 2 months of 1 to 1. It been 3 days after I had paid. I am anxiously waiting to hear back from my coach when we can start working.

Once again a great post/ thread you had put up. Thank you!
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if you are looking for a free mentor on all things involved in I.M. click on my sig file

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if you are looking for a free mentor on all things involved in I.M. click on my sig file

where can i find the sig file
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I would be more than happy to assist you for free in my spare time, just contact me at the link below.


where is your link sir?
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where is your link sir?
http://www.facebook.com/silas.hart.31
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Hey Guys & Gals,

I need some help! I purchased a massive product that I would like to market as a WSO.
I don't have the time to learn all the in and outs to bring it on line. Great Niche and superb opportunity.

If someone is interested to partner as project manager or mentor I am open to ideas.
Thanks, from a Warrior in need!

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If you're looking for a serious mentor, I highly suggest to not use a free one. I pay my coaches, and it goes a lot further than any free advice. Nothing wrong with it when you get started, but take a risk, and invest in you, if you can now We work with major players, only cause when I started I paid $500 an hour, and would pay $1000 for an event. At this events, people that can pay that kind of money, can also buy my services. And someone that charges $500 an hour, also knows other people, that he/she can connect you with. You're buying the network, not really the coaching. It's all about positioning. Hope this helps bud.

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I genuinely think that you pay for what you get and also in my experience when I have offered my mentoring for free they haven't valued it as much and taken as much action. However that said I do provide a wealth of free resources/information on my blog as I know there are some people who aren't ready to invest in themselves yet.

If your'e serious about working with a mentor who has made money (and lost it!) is honest and will help you get the results you aspire to feel free to visit my website here and connect with me.

I wish you all the very best of luck - there are literally 1000's of good mentors out there so it can be tricky finding one. Do your homework on them and find one that you can connect with.

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