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Bill McIntosh Offers Free Training for Webinars or Publications and Consultations

Famed Internet marketing guru Bill McIntosh is now offering free training for webinars or publications and consultations for Internet marketing hopefuls, intermediaries and experts everywhere.

Aug 31 2013, 3:09am CDT | by PR.com

Stanton, CA, August 31, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Bill McIntosh is an online marketer who has made a name for himself earning hundreds of millions of dollars for professional organizations all over the world. A strong work ethic combined with an eye for detail, and a hunger for all things online marketing, McIntosh managed to outpace all competitors to earn his clients the top spots on all relevant search engine results pages. Recently, McIntosh decided to start giving back to the community that has served him so well.

After months of offering free reports and information-rich newsletters to email subscribers worldwide, McIntosh has announced that he will begin offering free training for webinars or publication and consultations. McIntosh describes this free marketing training as his way of helping those who may have a hunger for online marketing, but who may not have the necessary direction to guide them to success.

As he explains it, “When I first started out, I had nothing but my drive and a desire to absorb all the online marketing information could find. I had to put in effort to seek the information that would help me succeed, and I found it, but it took me a long time.” He went on to say, “Why waste all that time? My free monthly marketing training will give marketers everywhere the tools they need to reach their online marketing goals, and it all originates from a single source.”

When pressed for more information about the program, McIntosh responded by saying, “If you want to know if my free training works, you only need to look at my popular webinars, my entertaining newsletters and my online marketing track record as proof-positive that this training program works.”

To reserve a spot for the Bill McIntosh free monthly marketing training, where he offers free training for webinars or publications and consultations, visit www.BillMcIntosh.com

About Bill McIntosh: Famed online marketing guru Bill McIntosh is no stranger to success. The man has earned countless millions of dollars for professional organizations all over the world. Now the man is giving back to the community that has served him so well by offering free training for webinars or publications and consultations to online marketing hopefuls, intermediaries and online marketing experts alike.

Contact:
Bill McIntosh
12235 Beach Blvd., Suite 206
Stanton, CA 90680
(877) 797-6825
billmcintoshmarketinginsights@gmail.com
http://www.BillMcIntosh.com

Contact Information:
Bill McIntosh
(877) 797-6825
Contact via Email
www.BillMcIntosh.com

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