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Not A Scam – Ben Moskel And Affiliate Marketing

By Eileen Loveman

Ben Moskel wasn’t afraid of working hard to achieve the type of lifestyle he wanted. Starting off as a young attorney in a downtown Buffalo law, Ben handled insurance claims for the lawe firmn he worked at. He and his new wife, Lisa, who was also an attorney, looked forward to working hard and reaping the benefits. They were used to working hard in college and law school and anticipated a bright financial future together.

Month after month, Ben worked long hours for the law firm, and didn’t really bring home much of a paycheck. After calculating his income vrs his time spent working, it broke down to about $14 an hour, which is not a very sturdy paycheck for an attorney. He was making the firm he worked for money than he could ever make himself. “There’s got to be a better way” Ben said. He was right.

One day he noticed a junior associate was driving a brand new car, and she made the same salary as he did. He wanted to know what her secret was and so he asked her. Her response surprised him.

His colleague explained that she had been working on the internet creating websites that brought her an additional $10,000 a month. It was called “Performance Marketing” and all she had to do was use her computer and her brain. Ben’s brain began working overtime when he realized the lucrative opportunities available to him. All he needed was the desire to learn how to build websites.

At the age of 27, Ben was ready to retire from the law firm. He had created over 300 websites and had found his niche. He was eager to share his success secrets with his family and friends, but many were skeptic. Most thought the “internet thing” was a passing fad. Ben’s success was not enough to convince them.

By aligning yourself with a major company which provides a service or a product, you are able to create a website that will drive the consumer to their link. “Affiliate Marketing” as it is now called, morphed into a new animal, but at its heart is still basically a sales call. Only you don’t have to meet the consumer face to face – and can still make a profit!

Its easy to get started. For example, say you wanted to work with a company like Pet Smart. You develop a website that promotes pet prescriptions. When a consumer types in “where can I get pet prescriptions” into a search engine, your website will pop up. Your website will then have a link that will connect the consumer to Pet Smart, who will in turn pay you a percentage for each consumer you send to them. It is legitimate and and excellent way to increase your presence on the internet. The more websites you create, the more opportunities you make for yourself.

Ben now shares his secrets with anyone who will attend his seminars or sign on to his programs. He and an old college pal, Dave Clabeaux, have built an empire together and the result is a multimillion dollar income for both of them. They travel the world speaking to many different groups, and share their inspirational stories with others. They also have free short videos on the internet you can view, and their success has not changed them at all. They are still regular guys like everyone else who happened to have tapped into a legitimate business venture and ran with it.

The Six Figure Program is a seminar they have developed, and will guide you along the way to becoming the entrepreneur you always wanted to be. You will learn how to build a website along with the other attendees whose numbers seem to grow daily.

They have also co-authored a book called “The Online Entrepreneur, “which has been sold in over 40 countries. Their internet sales have generated over $30 million dollars in the past 3 years for Fortune 500 companies including First Bank of Delaware, Yahoo!, Microsoft, and dozens of other retailers and service providers.

Of course, there are always naysayers and copy cat programs, stating that their system is better than “The Six Figure Program.” Don’t be fooled! Many people simply just don’t to put the time and effort into making their new business grow.

Like every other business venture, things take time. Many of the people who will refer to “The Six Figure Program” as a scam and a rip off are not willing to do the work. They want instant results and can’t appreciate the amount of planning and research needed. You must educate yourself as to what niche you are able to fill and how best you can serve the client you have aligned yourself with. Nothing happens overnight and certainly not in 30 days. If you want to become a millionaire overnight, buy a lottery ticket; it just doesn’t happen that way. Learning to understand who your target market is will help you develop a website that will bring you income.

Growing numbers of successful business people remain in touch with Dave and Ben after taking their seminar and buying their programs. New niches are found and further developed everyday and do not burn out after a few weeks, like a scam would. There is constant interest in the whole idea.

Ben Moskel is surely an American success story, a turn self made millionaire who is proud to share his success with anyone who wants listen. His “Six Figure Program” and the Online Entreprenuer book have sold millions of copies world wide.

Is Ben Moskel a Scam? Four-thousand new Affiliate Marketers don’t think so. Discover the real truth of how Ben Moskel, an average guy, makes over 1.2 Million dollars per year from simple websites.

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