That was what the speakers guaranteed at the just concluded 3-day Asia Internet Congress held in Kuala Lumpur from 28-30 October. Don't have anything to sell? No problem. You can sign up for affiliate programs, sell someone else's products, and make money at almost no risk.
Sounds too good to be true?
I would have been skeptical too, except that I actually saw a real-time live demonstration of how easy it was to make about RM9000 in 24 hours. From a single website created on the spot in under eight minutes, Internet marketing experts Jo Han Mok and Terence Tan showed how simple the entire process was. If one website could make this much money in one day, imagine how much one could make by replicating the process with ten or more similar websites.
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I first heard about Internet Marketing and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in 2006, and attended my first SEO seminar a year later at a friend's invitation. It would have cost me RM2800. Yes, these seminars can be very pricey, but there are always people happy to part with several thousand dollars for a chance to strike it rich. It takes money to make money, right?
Coming from a very humble background, and being frugal and cautious by nature, I don't like signing up for anything on the spot, no matter how attractive it is. But that's me.
If you were there at the congress, it would have been tough to resist the tempting offers from the speakers. You could almost see the dollar signs in the eyes of those rushing to fill in the registration forms. A good number of them were older adults in their 50s and 60s. Whether young or old, everyone wants to be a millionaire, especially if all it takes is just a lift of the finger to click the mouse. No need for much technical know-how, assured two of the speakers.
Fabian Lim, CEO of ClickEvents, the organizers of the annual Asia Internet Congress, is a self-made millionaire Internet entrepreneur. In a recent interview by Razor TV, he shares his success story and offers some advice to aspiring internet marketers.
Fabian celebrated his 40th birthday on Day 2 of the congress. His birthday gift for himself - a Columbia 350 light aircraft costing S$500,000. Not bad for someone who started off as a piano player and a wedding photographer a few years ago.
If you want to check out Fabian's training programs and software products, click here. A word of caution: internet marketing is not for everyone. You must have the drive to keep at it for the first few months before you get some decent streams of income. But if you have the time and some spare cash to invest, why not? You won't find a better coach to show you the ropes than Fabian Lim.