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SBI: The Way of the Tortoise

Site Built It! is a combination product, service, and complete education system. If you've been thinking about how to make money on the Internet - as I have - and have found that the bits and pieces of information you've gathered are fascinating but confusing - as I have - you should take a look at SBI.

It's the product of a company started by Ken Evoy, MD, a doctor who gave up medicine for Internet marketing.

If you get SBI, you will be taken by the hand, step-by-step, through discovering your niche; selecting suitable keywords (an important factor); creating a site; filling it with appropriate content; building traffic; and making money from it.

This is not a get-rich-quick product. Rather, Ken encourages you to treat this as a real business, into which you invest as much or as little time as you want.

What speaks louder than anything for his product is this: 63% of SBI customers' sites wind up in the top 3% of ALL websites.

I scoured the Web, seeking any negative comments about the man or his product. The closest I found to a criticism said something like, "SBI is a fabulous product. But I don't have patience for it; I'm in this for a quick buck. SBI's approach is too slow for me."

That's why Ken says it's "the way of the tortoise" - slow and steady wins the race.

It's  $300, and the best bargain on the net at that price. You truly need no other ebook, software, or hosting service. SBI teaches you everything, walks you through it, and continues to provide ongoing guidance to creating stable, long-term, and ultimately passive income - of unlimited proportions. And of course, you still get SBI's 30-day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee, and a pro-rated refund for the remaining months of the 1-year period.

You know that kid of yours that keeps coming home after moving out? Give him or her an SBI subscription, and let THEM support YOU in the manner to which you would like to become accustomed...:-)

Check it out here.

Posted on Tuesday, December 30, 2008 at 01:32AM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment

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