Imagine a system that allowed you to make money almost effortlessly, so that you could spend your time with friends and family, follow your dreams, or pursue other goals without worrying about where your next paycheck is coming from. Now imagine if all you needed to make that happen were a computer and an Internet connection. If you can imagine it, you can achieve itwith Your Portable Empire.
Your Portable Empire is a system for creating an online business you can run from anywhereat home, at a beachside resort on the other side of the world, or anywhere else for that matter. It requires little day-to-day effort, and once it's up and running, your portable empire will create passive income for years to come.
Author Pat O'Bryan has created a number of cash-generating businesses that he can run from a laptop anywhere in the world. In Your Portable Empire, he describes exactly how he created his businesses and how you can duplicate his success. He shows you how it's done using real-world examples from his own experience, and personal stories and instruction from online gurus like Joe Vitale, Mark Joyner, Bill Hibbler, Craig Perrine, and Cindy Cashman.
Every single day, people spend money buying the information they need online. All you have to do is discover what information they'll pay for and then sell it to them. You'll learn to develop valuable informational products, build a list of prospects that drives customers to your site, and write effective marketing and selling copy that lets you communicate with prospects. Best of all, you don't have to be tech-savvy at all! If you can hunt and peck on a keyboard, you can build a business.
With the secrets you'll find inside, you won't have to work nine-to-five to get by. With Your Portable Empire, you can build a business that brings in consistent cash with almost no effort. Why spend your life in an office when you can live your dreams with your very own portable empire?
It's also a genuinely fun read - a quality that is lacking in many "how-to" business books.
If you're looking to cut through the hype and information overload and just find a system that works, then this book can help you.
Pat O'Bryan's book, Your Portable Empire explores making a living offering information products and the like through the internet.
This book, without a doubt, is the most useful book I've read on the subject to internet marketing. Although the information is available in other places, it is good to have it all... Read morePublished 22 months ago by La Vaughn Kemnow
I do not trust 4 or 5 star critiques on Amazon's book reviews as I find them to be very deceptive. I like it when readers compare or recommend other books that they have read on... Read morePublished on August 25, 2010 by David Lindsay
unlike real estate which requires tenant issues and property maintainence, digital products you make once and sell over and over.Published on February 17, 2010 by Dave W. Jonsson
This book started me down the road of seeking alternative sources of income. To give you a taste of how to produce a product you can sell, Author Pat O'Bryan says: "find a problem... Read morePublished on May 16, 2009 by Lee Fecteau
This book changed how I was doing everything in my own online business. Pat O'Bryan lays out the details of exactly what to do and how to do it in this book. Read morePublished on March 9, 2009 by Connie Ragen Green
This book clearly demonstrates why much of the Internet has devolved into a sewer of shills and online marketing designed to separate fools from their money in every way possible. Read morePublished on December 22, 2008 by Turing Complete
It takes a concerted effort to write a review on a book. I consume about $50,000 in educational works relating to self-actualization and human behavior each year. Read morePublished on October 18, 2008 by David Simone
Your Portable Empire by Pat O'Bryan has opened up a whole new world and added a new income stream to my business. I attended a weekend seminar put on by Pat he is the real deal. Read morePublished on October 12, 2008 by Tara Reed
When I read the forward by Joe Vitale I was immediately put off by the book. I am NOT a Vitale fan and don't like his marketing tactics at all. Read morePublished on August 31, 2008 by Monica Main