Posts Tagged ‘jay boyer’

Kindle Sales Krusher by Jay Boyer and HP Jeschke

Tweet Kindle books are big business, both buying and selling them, but of course it's best to be there at the selling end. There are lots of Kindle training products out there, but Kindle Sales Krusher by Jay Boyer and HP Jeschke stil stands as one of the best. You get a 27 page guide and a 5 video series

Nov 16th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster

Get Connected by Jay Boyer and Kieran McDonogh

Tweet You know the phrase "make friends and influence people"? That's what you need to do to succeed in business. Get Connected by Jay Boyer and Kieran McDonogh shows you how to make these valuable friends and contacts in the Internet Marketing world, based on the real-life experience of Jay and Kieran and how they've sold outstanding amounts of WSOs

Oct 26th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster

Zero To Hero by Jay Boyer

Tweet Jay Boyer is one of those Warriors who I've watched with the utmost of respect over the past 12 months or so. Entering Internet Marketing with absolutely nothing, not even the right technical skills, he's surrounded himself with top class people and is now up to the $20K a month level – nothing to be sneezed at. Zero To

Aug 4th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster

Triple Win Method by Maria Gudelis and Jay Boyer

Tweet No Longer Available – Check Out More Excellent WSOs From Maria Gudelis And Jay Boyer   Do you know a way to post a WSO, even if you've got limited experience or name value, that people will just want to buy because they'll feel good about themselves? Triple Win Method by Maria Gudelis and Jay Boyer shows you the

Jul 23rd, 2011
by Thom Lancaster

Content Creation Frenzy by John S Rhodes

Tweet No matter what area of marketing you're in, you can't function without a continual supply of fresh content. That can be content for new products, reports, blog posts or videos. But, creating content can be hard work and time consuming. And, that's the problem that John S Rhodes and Jay Boyer have exploited with their WSO, Content Creation Frenzy.

Apr 11th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster