Your Internet Cash Machine

  • by Joe Vitale, Jillian Coleman Wheeler
  • Narrated by Joe Vitale, Jillian Coleman Wheeler
  • 7 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Cash in on online opportunities today! How would you like to start making lots of money on the Internet? Let expert Joe Vitale, "The Buddha of the Internet", and online guru Jillian Coleman Wheeler enlighten you and lead you towards the path of prosperity in Your Internet Cash Machine. They will show you how you can rake in astronomical profits using a little business know-how and the power of the Internet. This revealing book walks you through the entire process of building a successful Internet business that fits your life. Whether you've got an idea about what you want to sell or you're thinking about introducing your offline business to cyberspace, you'll find out how you can use your interests and talents to build a Web site that will increase your earnings big time. Your Internet Cash Machine gives you a step-by-step guide to everything you need to know about doing business on the Internet, including:
Selecting the best business model based on your experience and interests

Getting the word out about your site

Drawing customers in with Vitale's patented Hypnotic Writing strategy

Building your business support network

Going beyond your customers' expectations
This is an opportunity you can't afford to miss! Written by two of the most prominent and wildly successful consultants around, this is your ultimate guide to creating your own Internet cash machine today!

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An Absolute Waste

While this is the first time I've been motivated to write a review, I have been an Audible subscriber for over five years and have listened with pleasure to many many books, both literature, business titles, and the occasional motivational program. While I wouldn't recommend everything I have chosen, I have never felt a selection was bad enough to strongly warn others away.
This book, however, is horrible. If I could I would rate it a zero. The title is misleading. The authors seemed to want to write a self-help motivational book, but must have thought a title involving internet businesses would sell better. In ninety minutes I have received no value from anything that has been said (a very difficult feat). It has been a retreaded list of poorly written platitudes from motivational programs (picture your ideal job--picture your ideal day --allow yourself to be successful). The comments on internet business have been useless and obvious to anyone who has been exposed to a cumulative two hours of business news or business periodicals in the last decade. I'm not kidding -- the most informative sentence thus far has been "76% of businesses (in a cited survey, not independent research) report having an internet presence has enhanced their business." I don't want to diminish my credibility as a reviewer by sounding too snarky, but I'm not pulling the worst thing I can find, that is really the most relevant item so far.
In summary, while I normally free ride and don't write reviews, the thought of someone else giving money to listen to something absolutely worthless motivated me to warn others away. Spend your credits elsewhere. If you are interested in this book, I believe Wikinomics or The Four Hour Workweek will help you think about internet businesses in a much more productive way than anything I have heard in this prize.


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- Colin McGrady

I agree with previous reviewer

I agree - this book is some sort of mixture of motivational book for first-time entrepreneurs and a book concerning let say 'how to start your business for dimmies'. There are plenty of better books in each area. It is not wortwhile of prorposed price.
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- Sergei

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-23-2008
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC