Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) March 9, 2006
Although many people are frantically trying to create the next million-dollar online marketing scheme, not everyone is savvy enough to think up a winning idea on their own. That's where Million Dollar Internet Ideas comes in.
The new e-magazine aims to put ready-made marketing plans directly in the hands of Internet entrepreneurs. An offset of Wordestate.com, the first issue of Million Dollar Internet Ideas provides readers with over a dozen potential million-dollar Internet ideas prime for the taking.
"Ever since Alex Tew set up his Million Dollar Homepage -- which actually reached $1 million in revenue -- Internet entrepreneurs around the world have been looking for the next big thing," said Irene Vasilas, creator of Million Dollar Internet Ideas and many successful Web sites. "Sometimes, people spend so long thinking about the best solution that they overlook the potential of an off-the-wall and wacky idea. The ideas in this magazine will help give them the nudge they need to start looking outside the box and awaken their creative side."
In addition to giving readers a blue-print for successful Web sites, the magazine outlines how each idea will bring in revenue. For example, "Good, Old Bottle of Wine" shows readers that they can set up an auction site that allows users to bid on wines from all over the world. The site's creator could earn money by keeping a set percentage of each winning bid and also selling high-profile advertisement slots to international wineries.
By visiting http://www.wordestate.com/mag.php, readers can get a free copy of Million Dollar Internet Ideas.
About Million Dollar Internet Ideas
Internet entrepreneur Irene Vasilas, 21, created Million Dollar Internet Ideas in early 2006 as one of many marketing ventures she has launched in recent years. She created the e-magazine after seeing an obvious desire for more multi-million-dollar Web sites. Million Dollar Internet Ideas aims to give its readers a resource for finding successful online marketing plans. For more information, please visit http://www.wordestate.com/mag.php
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