Social Media Made Me Rich: Here's How it Can do the Same for You | Paperback
by Matthew Loop (Author)
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Morgan James Publishing
January 05, 2016
• Social Media Made Me Rich Here s How It Can Do the Same for You
Product Description Have you ever wondered what specific strategies the world's highest-paid Internet entrepreneurs are using to get rich? Are you tired of working forty hours per week at a job you dislike and not getting paid what you're worth? Would you like to learn how to package the knowledge already in your head and put it into high-earning digital products (ebooks, online courses, coaching programs, software, etc.)? Wouldn't it be great to make a bigger impact in the world by helping others and doing what you love? If you answered yes to any of these questions, read Matthew Loop’s Social Media Made Me Rich. This tactical blueprint shares the common denominators of the wealthiest movers and shakers online. You'll learn: - How to profit big from Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, Amazon, and Google. - The biggest (and dumbest) mistakes to avoid when using high-leverage social platforms. - A million-dollar plan so you can start from scratch and monetize who you are along with what you know. - The most sought after scripts that grow your brand, influence, and bottom line fast.- How to become the celebrity expert in your industry. - The secret to attracting greater numbers of clients and sales without spending money. Social Media Made Me Rich is a comprehensive resource that helps you achieve prosperity and abundance on your terms, even if you're starting from zero.
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