Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) August 9, 2007
While everyone else is watching YouTube videos of people playing air-guitar and endorsing their favorite presidential candidate, "newbie" internet marketers are discovering internet marketing strategies to avoid by watching the misadventures of a wayward cartoon character--the invention of a millionaire internet marketer who went through similar episodes himself.
The cartoon series, entitled "Zoobie, the Internet Marketing Newbie," was created by Russell Brunson, CEO of DotComSecrets Inc. and a self-made millionaire. The premise of the cartoon is simple: Zoobie, the main character, works at a fast food restaurant and is desperately trying to harness internet marketing to make money online so he can quit his job. In his quest to achieve financial freedom, he falls for common internet marketing mistakes that keep many beginners from experiencing online success.
The inspiration for "Zoobie: the Internet Marketing Newbie" stemmed from Brunson's own experiences as a fledgling internet marketer. "I was getting scammed left and right from 'get rich quick' schemes and business opportunities that promised the sizzle and not the steak," says Brunson. "Most of the mistakes Zoobie makes in the cartoon were committed either by me or someone I know. The cartoon's a fun way to educate internet marketing beginners on how not to make money online."
Russell Brunson is the CEO of DotComSecrets, Inc, a company headquartered in Boise, Idaho. Brunson is invited to speak at seminars all over the world and holds workshops teaching people how to make money online. He also sells internet marketing software and home study courses.
To watch the latest episode of "Zoobie, the Internet Marketing Newbie" and learn from Zoobie's mistakes, go to http://www.zoobie.tv.