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When Internet Marketing Gurus Sell Their Souls
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    When Internet Marketing Gurus Sell Their Souls - I'm not trying...

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    I'm not trying to shoot down any marketer here, but the irony is in their teaching. Almost all Internet gurus would advice you to offer valuable, free information that benefits other people. Profits, as they say, is secondary to actually helping people and making a difference in their lives. What a load of BS. How come they don't practice what they preach? Of is that how the Internet Marketing Game is played?

    Fortunately, not all guru's are the same. There are still some jewels to be found, and they offer some great information in their newsletters, such as:

    1) Vishal Rao: talks about home based businesses.
    2) Mike Cheney: talks about building an effective and efficient business web site.
    3) Jill Whalen: talks about Search Engine Optimization.

    Of course there are more out there, but it is not necessary to subscribe to every Internet Marketing newsletter just to hope for nuggets of gold that may never come. Instead, give the guru a "trial" month, and if you don't find anything of value from them, just unsubscribe. It will only be a loss to them, not you.

    Who's Real and Who's Not?

    To answer this question, you really have to "get around" the Internet a lot. Go to forums where you will definitely find topics on info-products offered by these gurus, and see what others are saying about them. Forget about all those blaring testimonials that the guru's compile on their site. Forums are where the real testimonials are. You may also want to consider this site:

    GuruDaq :

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