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Starting an Online Business? Heads up on a great training program

I just sent this out to my list. I don’t want any of you to miss out on this training.

My apologies for adding an extra message to your inbox this week and a promotional one at that, but I really don’t want you to miss out on this because it could really jump start your online business.

If you’re serious about creating any kind of online business, this is a training that’s well worth the investment (I can’t believe what she’s selling this for…it’s really quite a steal).

I signed up for Michelle MacPherson’s Crowd Mountain in February thinking that I’d hang out for 6 weeks to get through the core training (called Bootcamp but don’t let the name discourage you). I was actually checking it out for you guys. Well I’ve done the 6 Bootcamp modules and learned so much I have every intention of sticking around.

What I especially like about the way Michelle teaches is that she always explains why she’s telling you to do something and why she’s not doing others…all very rare in internet guru circles (not that she’d ever think of herself as a guru).

Bottom line is this is great training whether you’re a complete newbie or you’ve been around for awhile. You get a step by step process of exactly what you can do to build an online business. It’s not the only way to do it but it’s a good way that yields results if you follow the instructions (that’s usually the key isn’t it?)

Given my focus is on finding niches through keyword research, watching over Michelle’s shoulder is quite the treat.

Enough said, Crowd Mountain reopens this afternoon a 6pm EDT, and I wouldn’t be surprised if she closes the door by the end of the week. If this is of any interest, just sign up. It’s fully guaranteed for the first 30 days so you really have nothing to lose.

I love this program and I think you will too.

Crowd Mountain



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