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Product Details

  • Paperback: 186 pages
  • Publisher: MakeMillions.com (February 4, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0615316646
  • ISBN-13: 978-0615316642
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,067,963 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Social activist and serial entrepreneur Mike Mann has been proactively involved with the Internet since 1994. At that time, Mike founded and ran the ISP and web developer, Internet Interstate, until he sold the company to Verio in 1997. Mike then founded the world's largest secondary market for domain names, BuyDomains.com, which is now called NameMedia. In 2005, he sold the majority of his interest in BuyDomains.com and the Seeq.com search engine portal to Highland Capital Partners and Summit Venture Partners. Mike is also founder of several active, successful, for-profit corporations including Phone.com, SEO.com, Skateboards.com, DomainMarket.com, Yield Software, BrowserMedia, and others. In many cases, his companies exchange resources, talent, and technologies in their never-ending quest to deliver innovative, profitable digital products and services. To perpetuate his interest in charitable works, Mike is the chairman and founder of Grassroots.org (501c3), a global network that provides free services to nonprofits and promotes social action. Mike and his team also manage Make Change! Trust, a charitable fund that supports select 501c3 charitable organizations.

More About the Author

Social activist and serial entrepreneur Mike Mann has been proactively involved with the Internet since 1994. At that time, Mike founded and ran the ISP and web developer, Internet Interstate, until he sold the company to Verio in 1997. Mike then founded the world's largest secondary market for domain names, BuyDomains.com, which is now called NameMedia. In 2005, he sold the majority of his interest in BuyDomains.com and the Seeq.com search engine portal to Highland Capital Partners and Summit Venture Partners.

Mike is also founder of several active, successful, for-profit corporations including Phone.com, SEO.com, Skateboards.com, DomainMarket.com, Yield Software, BrowserMedia, and others. In many cases, his companies exchange resources, talent, and technologies in their never-ending quest to deliver innovative, profitable digital products and services.

To perpetuate his interest in charitable works, Mike is the chairman and founder of Grassroots.org (501c3), a global network that provides free services to nonprofits and promotes social action. Mike and his team also manage Make Change! Trust, a charitable fund that supports select 501c3 charitable organizations.

For more information, please visit www.mikemann.com and www.makemillions.com.

To learn more about our charitable work, please see http://www.grassroots.org/ and http://www.makechangetrust.com/.

Download the audio book for free now at http://www.makemillions.com/.

Please e-mail questions and comments to contact@makemillions.com.

Customer Reviews

This was a well written and very informative read.
Kathy Palmer
This book contains valuable information on developing successful business practices that will help your organization to grow and flourish.
Jewels
After reading the book, I feel a lot more comfortable with the idea of starting a business and feel like I know exactly what I need to do.
Alyssa

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By cantthinkofaname on April 26, 2013
Format: Paperback
Many of the reviews of this book are from Mike Mann's employee's. Can you trust a book written by a guy who has to have his paid employees write good reviews about it? In my own opinion, a high school kid could write a book with more sound business advice than this guy. Please, save your money. This book is terrible.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Rodriguez on May 17, 2013
Format: Paperback
As someone else has already pointed out, all of the reviews of this book were completed by Mike Manns PAID employees. He gave them a dead line to complete a review of this awful book. Not only doest this book suck, but he is an awful person. If you don't believe me, go to crime.org. That is where he displays his personal rants and vendettas. After reading even a sentence from that site ask yourself, should the president of any company display themselves like this? No way. The book is so boring. Any review above one star is false.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Ratliff VINE VOICE on January 25, 2011
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Read through the book, and there is some good, general "wealth building" information inside...but nothing breathtaking or revolutionary.

The book is available as a free download as well (PDF). Read through that version before buying a copy IMO.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mrs Reese's Pieces on May 14, 2010
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This is an informative, thoughtful, well-organized book. Truly this title will prove invaluable for anyone looking to create, grow, market and manage a business. Regardless of where the reader is in his/her professional time-line, MM&MC has something for them. That "something" will most certainly help to build a business on a firm foundation, market effectively, hone their mission, surround themselves with the most talented people and avoid financial black holes. And all of this while fostering the ability to create positive change on the planet.

Creating a business is so much more than just picking a good domain name; that's something we all learn as we walk the path of an entrepreneur. MM & MC is sort of a best-friend, mentor, internet marketing guru, business template and marketing treasure chest--rolled into an easy to absorb package. From SEO to cautionary tales--complete and clear.

If you are just starting your business (online or brick and mortar), have already launched your business or been in business for many years, there are golden nuggets to be learned in MM & MC. Mike Mann explains the ins-and-outs of terms that seem hard to grasp for some (like what is SEO and why it matters) and further itemizes the importance of lesser known concepts which will cumulatively effect a business owners ability to reach people and be wildly profitable.

If you wait one, five or ten years to add this book to your professional development library, when you do, you'll find yourself saying... "I wish I had this book 1,5, 10 years ago!"

Rena M. Reese
Founder, Soul Salon International
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Just Me on January 6, 2011
Format: Paperback
I actually purchased this book back in October after having started my own business in retail online sales. I have to admit I was clueless about running a business and became frustrated beyond belief rather quickly. I did not read the book at first, it was on a day I was to aggravated to even think about doing work that I picked up the book. I was skeptical at first but after around fifteen minutes of reading I lost my skepticism and really started to focus on what I was reading.

The book is easy to read and explains things in a way that even clueless people like me can understand. This is always a bonus. I always hate walking away from a book scratching my head. If you want to know how to start a business, or if you already have one but need some help this is the book for you.

One of my weaker areas has always been communication. This book has great information to help you communicate both in business and for me even my personal life. Being an effective and assertive communicator is a must for a successful business and I was able to make myself a cheat sheet to use when calling potential wholesale clients. Because of this book I now have five which is a far cry from the zero I had before. When people sense that you are unsure of yourself and your product they also feel unsure and probably will not buy from you. The book also helps you learn to deal with failure, which is a normal part of life and something we need to be able to learn from and move past.

I would recommend this book to everyone as it is a great and educational read. If you are already successful and know the basics it may not be a book for you as it is more geared towards people without much knowledge in these areas, but it could be good to help brush up on the basics.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on October 8, 2010
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This is the first time that I have read a "get rich quick" kind of book and was pleasantly surprised that Mike Mann took an alternative route by explaining his ideas simply enough for the comman man. The six steps he lists in order to prepare for your goal of being a successful business owner are motivational and basic. Believe in yourself and you will suceed. Push yourself and you will find the end that you want.

"If you are working smarter, you can work less to get the same results (or the same amount to get better results)." I like how he helps calm the basic worries of any new business owner by explaining that planning for the future and accepting the possibilities of new ideas can result in less work but ultimately more profit and less stress. By the 3rd chapter I am hooked and motivated enough to want to do some research in order to open my own business. There are enough details in "Chapter 2: Make a Winning Plan" to do so.

Mike Mann reinforces the hard concept of in order to suceed and make a profit, the business comes before family, friends and spare time if you really want to achieve your goals. Not just in the sense of giving your all or spending an adequate amount of time establishing a foundation for your business, but in the case of letting go of employees who may be close to you and dealing with the stress of firing anyone. "From a self-preservation perspective and despite your affection for most of the characteristics of this individual who you ostensibly "like," the most important characteristic of a business always overrides anything else--profit."

In my opinion the following sums up everything you should do when trying to succeed in the business world and Mike Mann says it great: "Stay focused at all times."
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