Saturday, March 27, 2010

Win $10,000 Worth Of Help To Start a Business

I just heard about a rare opportunity to win $10,000 worth of help to start an Internet business, and I wanted to tell you about it right away.

It seems the Internet Marketing Center is planning to take one "regular" person, and turn them into an Internet marketing SUPERSTAR!

You would just need to take part in their new "Ebusiness Rising Star Challenge," and if you're selected to be their star, their team of Internet marketing specialists will work with you intensively, one-on-one, for six full months, to help you build an Internet business from scratch.

And as IMC's rising star, all of this training -- which is worth over $10,000 -- will be absolutely FREE!

But that's just the beginning, because once your business is up-and-running, they're going to make you FAMOUS!

Your story and site will be featured in IMC's "Marketing Tips Report" newsletter, on their website, in their blog, through their social media channels, and they'll even build an email campaign around you, exposing your business to potentially millions of people around the world!

The personal training alone is worth over $10,000, but the amount of publicity you'll gain for yourself and your new business is something money can't buy!

To qualify to enter the Challenge, you just need to sign up on the entry page, which you can access by clicking here.

It only takes a few seconds, but note that they're only accepting 1,000 entrants, so be sure you do it right away.

If you successfully register, IMC will supply you with ALL of the help, support, and tools you need to build a simple website automatically: webinars, reports, ebooks, success stories, and their "Extreme Etool Kit."

PROVE you have the drive and motivation to succeed online by being the first to use the "Extreme Etool Kit" to create a simple website and make one sale, and you'll be IMC's Rising Star!

Get ready to take the "Ebusiness Rising Star Challenge" and become a world-renowned Internet entrepreneur? Qualify to enter the Challenge by being one of the first 1,000 people to register here.


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