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Click & Grow Rich Book Shows How To Make Money

Click & Grow Rich Book Shows How To Make Money In The Information Age

If you want to make money out of the knowledge wave, a new book may help you do just that.

The now famous ‘Think and Grow Rich’ by Napoleon Hill taught people how to improve their financial situation in the industrial age. Now some 50 years later a new book looks set to help people improve their financial situation in the information age.

‘Click and Grow Rich’ is written for people who want to earn more money, add the ‘third dimension’ to an existing business or start a new business with exciting prospects.

It’s written for people seeking increased business profits, the ability to pay off student loans or mortgages faster, wanting extra cash to fulfill long neglected dreams, or wanting to hit the big time.

It’s a no holes barred account of making a living on the internet and has been developed from interviews with a number of successful internet entrepreneurs in New Zealand and overseas.

According to author, Simon Angelo, ‘This is not an internet book for dummies nor is it an internet book for boffins. This is a book for ordinary people with extraordinary dreams’. ‘That’s why’, says Angelo, ‘it’s written alongside a collection of success stories from people who have developed sites that make big money on the web. This book will change the way you think about work and working for money’.

Click & Grow Rich intends to offer a ‘one-stop shop’ with everything people need to know about finding, developing and setting up a web business that makes money. The book is written in a chatty and interesting style with a number of stories.

Web entrepreneur Mr Angelo, has been successfully running businesses offline and online since he was 15. From early days of selling pizzas door to door, to advertising, to computer consumables by mail-order, he moved on to establish New Zealand’s first New Products Ideas and Inventions Expo and now runs a popular online consulting company with clients worldwide.

Angelo explains why he wrote the book: ‘More than any other time in history it is easy to get into business, whether full time or alongside an existing job, make more money and improve your lifestyle. That’s why I wrote this book.’ Click and Grow Rich is available in all good bookstores from March and on the web at www.surfbrains.com.


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