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How To Make Money At Home In Spare Time By Mail
by Robert Collier
Regardless of what your political viewpoints may be, I think it's reasonable for us to say that we're living in a time of great economic uncertainty. If you've been keeping an eye on the news lately then you will have noticed that the global economy is looking extremely precarious at this point in time.

Now, I don't know if there's going to be a global economic holocaust. I don't have a crystal ball and I don't know what's coming up. However, in times of economic uncertainty, it's good to look back in history and learn about people who managed to become gloriously successful, even in the face of massive global financial turmoil. Robert Collier, is one such person.

In this recently rediscovered masterpiece, Collier explores the strategies that were used by a handful of ordinary people who managed to make fortunes during the Great Depression of the 1930s. The tools of their trade were just simple pens and paper. They set up their own mail order businesses from home and became millionaires.

As you may have gathered, this is quite an old book. It was written in the 40s, and I think it's safe to say that some of the business strategies that Collier goes into are perhaps not entirely suited to our age of high speed internet communication. Or are they?

If you go have a look around Google or YouTube for Robert Collier, and spend a little time doing some research then you'll soon discover that he is considered by many as being the best copywriter of all time. The way he writes is both charming and extremely powerful. The marketing techniques that Robert Collier used in the 30s are still relevant today. There's no reason why you can't translate his techniques into your own website content, into audio or even your own video marketing campaign.

Review Submitted By Davcon
Last Updated: Sunday 7th of February 2016 at 09:25:57 AM

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