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How Ron Douglas Sold 60,000 Books & Ebooks - Built List of 225,000 & Gets Millions Of Hits Per Month

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Please join me on Wednesday, February 25th, 3-4pm EST as I interview Ron Douglas on list-building, traffic generation, being #1 on Clickbank, and getting published with a traditional publisher.

Please mark this powerful interview on you schedule now, and tell all of your friends!

More about Ron:

Ronald Douglas is an Internet Marketing Expert, Author, and Work at Home Dad who has sold over 60,000 books and ebooks from his portfolio of websites.

One of his titles “America’s Most Wanted Recipes,” a cookbook featuring recipes for popular chain restaurant dishes, will be published by Simon & Schuster and available in bookstores in July 2009 (see http://books.simonandschuster.com/America's-Most-Wanted-Recipes/Ron-Douglas/9781439147061)

Ron has been featured on Fox Business, WCBS 880AM, Long Island Business News, Derek Gehl’s Secrets to Their Success, and several other PR outlets.

Ron holds an MBA in Finance & Investments, is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), and has worked on Wall Street for JP Morgan and Citibank. However, in 2007 he left a promising career and 6-figure job to work at home and spend more time with his two young kids.

Ron currently enjoys the “Internet Lifestyle” from publishing his newsletters to a database of over 225,000 subscribers collected on his websites. Just one of Ron’s sites (RecipeSecrets.net) has been ranked #1 in Clickbank’s Marketplace since 2003 and currently gets over 1.3 million page views per month.

Ron is an inspiration to many aspiring Internet Marketers because he’s made a fortune online in niche markets without being a ‘big name’ marketer or relying on high profile

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