Rich Schefren

Rich Schefren’s Review

Rich Schefren, says bold and plainly that he believes that almost all internet marketers are doing things completely backwards!! Wow, bold statement. Here’s some history on this guy: At the tender age of 22 this guy’s first real business was taking over a clothing store that was in the red by 1.5 million , but in 3 short years the store was 3.5 mil in the black. He then started a business from the ground up to 7.5 million in sales per year in less than 4 years and get this ,starting with less than 7,500 bucks.

Rich has  been on  many t.v and cable programs, and many major newspapers ,Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Entertainment Tonight, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, MSNBC, Vogue, GQ, MTV, VH1, The Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel, Cosmopolitan, The Daily News, The New York Post and many others.

Name any TV or cable network or major newspaper and they’ve probably done a feature on Rich or one of his businesses. Rich is one of a very select few to have cashed-in successfully in both the offline and online worlds. His very first information product netted a tidy $287,000 in his very first week! When the $200 million dollar info publishing behemoth Agora had their very first seminar on the marketing techniques responsible for their mind-blowing growth and profits, Rich was the only non-Agora employee to speak and teach at the event.

Rich currently coaches many of today’s most well known and most respected top Internet gurus and service providers on streamlining their businesses while exploding their profits. He’s partnered with Jay Abraham, John Carlton, Jeff Paul, Stephen Pierce, Yanik Silver, and Alex Mandossian. This guy really knows his stuff. The only road block for some people about Rich Schefren is that it’s not going to be cheap if you want to aquire his services. Other than the price for some, I do recommend the teachings of Rich Schefren.

RECOMMENDED SOURCES:

1. Internet Business Manifesto


2. Attention Age Doctrine


3. Maven Matrix

4. Joint Venture Manuscript

5. The Uncertainty Syndrome Report

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