5 Stars for “No-nonsense Business Guide" from Midwest Book Review

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Midwest Book Review calls Â?Rivers of Revenue,Â? Kristin ZhivagoÂ?s breakthrough marketing system book, "a fountain of solid practical advice to maximizing one's profit and building a sustainable customer base." The respected book reviewer deemed the book worthy of 5 stars on Amazon.com.

Midwest Book Review has given "Rivers of Revenue," Kristin Zhivago’s book, a 5-star rating on Amazon.com.

The Midwest Book Review reviewer calls "Rivers of Revenue" a “No-nonsense business and career guide...a fountain of solid practical advice to maximizing one’s profit and building a sustainable customer base.” The reviewer says that the book is “Especially recommended for small business owners in today’s turbulent economic times.”

Zhivago wrote Rivers of Revenue to give corporate leaders and entrepreneurs a fail-safe and ethical marketing and selling system. “The book reveals a revenue-building system that works, regardless of the product or service being sold,” says Zhivago.

“I can make this promise because the system depends on the true source of all marketing knowledge: the very people you’re selling to. They know what they want and how they want to be sold to. They'll gladly reveal this information to you--if you ask them correctly. 'Rivers of Revenue' explains how to do that. It also shows you how to synchronize your selling efforts with your customer's buying process. You can actually reverse-engineer the selling process and then manufacture sales in quantity.”

The book's author, revenue generation coach Kristin Zhivago, is known as an expert on customer behavior. For 35 years, Zhivago has been helping company owners increase their revenues in the world's toughest, fastest-moving markets. As a monthly columnist and contributor to business publications since 1985, she has authored hundreds of articles and is a worldwide speaker on the subject of successful and ethical revenue generation. She is the editor of a webletter for company owners called The Revenue Journal (http://www.revenuejournal.com).

The Midwest Book Review was formed in 1976. It publishes monthly library newsletters for community and academic library systems in California, Wisconsin and the upper midwest, including: The Bookwatch, Children's Bookwatch, Reviewer's Bookwatch, and Wisconsin Bookwatch.

“Rivers of Revenue” is published by Smokin’ Donut Books and can be purchased at http://www.RiversOfRevenueBook.com and Amazon.com. The hardcover book retails for $24.95 and is 336 pages. ISBN #0974917915. For more information or to schedule an interview with Kristin Zhivago, visit http://www.RiversOfRevenueBook.com, or contact Smokin’ Donut Books at 877-474-8738 or press@smokindonut.com.

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