If a 56-year-old Grandpa Can Turn a
Thursday, 10:10 pm
Hello. My name is John David Bradshaw and I'm the 55 year old father/grandfather on the cell phone in the picture above. By way of introduction, I grew up in the 60's with the Beatles revolution, the put-a-man-on-the-moon-space-program, and the Viet Nam war.
Can you remember Elvis singing "You ain't nothin'
but a hound dog" in the 50's? I can.
Ah, those were the days...
Vinyl records were soon replaced by 8-track tapes and cassettes... Cruisin' around town listening to "rock & roll" on the AM radio in my '64 Corvair Monza was cool, man!
Despite the distraction of a steady girlfriend, I managed to graduate high school in 1968 at the top of my class.
A year later, I was getting married, and Neil Armstrong was walking on the moon.
That was 1969.
Now fast-forward to the 90's...
Since 1995, I've been tinkering with the internet. That's about when the World Wide Web was just getting started. I went to one of those internet seminars and learned just enough to be dangerous. So I came home, installed a modem on my old 486 computer and signed on to Compuserve and AOL.
I started making money online. (You would like to be making money online, too, right?) Over the past few years, I've made thousands of dollars in various internet ventures. I've sold Instant Info-Business CDs. I've made money as an affiliate for some of the big name gurus. I've sold thousands of dollars of stuff on Ebay. I've even published several of my own ebooks and sold a few copies, too.
In seven years online, I have learned "how to" build a web page. I know "how to" register a domain name. I know "how to" set up an autoresponder. I understand how affiliate programs work. (Some of you are asking, what are these things? We'll get to that soon.) I realized that through a lot of trial and error, and many late nights studying at the school of hard knocks, I had learned a lot about the internet.
Are you willing to follow 4 simple steps to start making money online?
I discovered making money online could be broken down into four simple steps.
By teaching others what I learned about
making money online, by sharing just these
(What are the four steps? I would love to share them with you...)
I decided to help as many people as I could to start making money online.
I would help them realize their dreams of making money online. By taking them step-by-step, from the beginning, and teaching them everything it took me seven years to learn. Using the internet itself, I could teach my students by simply offering a free subscription to an electronic magazine, or ezine.
All a student would need is a reliable email
address. By simply entering a valid email address into a box on a
form on my web page and clicking on "Join Now!",
the learning process could begin.
Just for the record...I'm not promising to make anyone a "millionaire". Matter of fact, I'm not promising any more than to share with you what I know about making money online. What you do with the information is up to you.
I do promise to do my level best to help you in any way I can. To understand this internet "thing". To develop your own web business, or just to learn how to surf the web and not get lost in cyberspace.
I've been there, done that, and got the
T-shirts. Some of them, a long time ago...
If you want to learn about the internet
from someone who has been around awhile, someone who won't run off and
leave you in the dust, then sign up for my free ezine.
I invite you to join our "Making
Money Online After 50" marketing action group. The ezine is free, and postpaid-- to any valid email address ;o)
Enter your email address and name in
the boxes above. Then click "Join Now!". You will receive an email
acknowledgement of your membership and your subscription to "Making Money Online After
50" ezine. Thank you for joining our group.
P.S. If you haven't reached
your 50th birthday yet, you are still encouraged to join. Maybe
you can teach this ol' dog a new trick, or two...
John David Bradshaw
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