Carmel, California (PRWEB) May 14, 2008
Entrepreneurs and online marketers flew in from all over the U.S. and Canada, the UK, the Netherlands, the Bahamas, Australia - and even as far away as China - and took up to five days out of their busy schedules, eagerly paying the $5,000-per-seat price of admission, for the opportunity to learn the real secrets of success about making money on the Internet with online marketing guru Clayton Makepeace.
After generating more than $1 billion in sales, quadrupling profits for four major direct response companies, earning annual royalties of nearly $3 million per year and making as much as $650,000 per month, the American Writer's Association named Clayton Makepeace the "World's Highest-Paid Copywriter". In a relatively new field, he has definitely taken the lead and become The Expert when it comes to making money online.
He showed the eager audience during his first and last 5-day seminar, in exact step-by-step detail, how he does it. He revealed everything anyone doing online marketing and trying to make money online needed to know in a way that everyone could follow. The highlights of the meeting are being made available at the KnowledgeStar website, at http://thefourthwave.typepad.com/knowledgestar/.
According to Kim Krause Schwalm, another top copywriter, "To say that I got my money's worth would be a vast understatement. It was worth every penny and more! The material was more in-depth than any I've seen. The binder alone would've been worth $5,000."
Clayton covered the entire A-Z of topics about which online marketers need to know. He made sure that when the people in attendance left they would know what he knew, and have all the information, lessons, checklists and others tools to duplicate his success. At the end of the seminar he received a standing ovation.
There was so much more in the 5-day seminar that Caleb Osborne, a new copywriter added, "If I had one word to describe the Power Summit it would be over delivering! This is the best marketing event bar none ever. The asking price is totally worth it - it's not can I afford it? It most definitely is can you afford not to?"
The highlights of the meeting are being made available at the KnowledgeStar website, at http://thefourthwave.typepad.com/knowledgestar/.
David Grebow, Director Public Relation