Multiple Streams of Internet Income: How Ordinary People Can Make Extraordinary Money Online

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Price
$27.95
Publisher
Wiley
Publish Date
Pages
279
Dimensions
6.47 X 1.0 X 9.57 inches | 1.31 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780471410140
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About the Author

ROBERT G. ALLEN is a well-known and successful author and entrepreneur. After growing a small nest egg into a real estate fortune, Allen decided to share his powerful system. His first book, Nothing Down, sold over 1,250,000 copies-becoming the largest-selling real estate investment book in history. Allen's second book, Creating Wealth, was also a #1 New York Times bestseller with over 1,000,000 copies in print. His latest national bestseller is Multiple Streams of Income (Wiley). Allen has taught his successful wealth-building techniques to tens of thousands in seminars worldwide. A popular guest on radio and television shows including Larry King Live and Good Morning America, Allen has also been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Parade, People, and Reader's Digest.

Reviews

Allen (Nothing Down: How to Buy Real Estate with Little or No Money Down; Multiple Streams of Income) has now moved on to espouse the web as the path to more wealth and personal freedom. The first third of the volume is simply hype. The middle third review marketing fundamentals as applied to the net -- material that one might find in any marketing text. The remainder devotes individual chapters to methods for making money on the Internet such as niche marketing, auto responders, selling links, placing ads on your web page, net auctions, and affiliations with companies who want access to your clients. Allen freely uses other individuals to explain concepts and, unlike many authors of this genre, gives them credit. The volume also has a reputable publisher, an author with a proven record of popularity, arguably less hyperbole than most, and a focus on marketing basics. Despite the ongoing shake-out in the high-tech arena, there is always an audience for get-rich-quick schemes, and Allen's latest title is a cut above the rest of the Tony Robbins or Dave Del Dotto ilk. An acceptable public library purchase.--Patrick J. Brunet, Western Wisconsin Tech Coll.