"there are ways to succeed over the long run that will allow you to maintain a clean conscience. You can generate leads and make money in an honorable way."
Cape Coral, FL (PRWEB) September 06, 2011
According to marketing wizard Ross Goldberg, entrepreneurs can succeed in today's economic climate without taking ethical shortcuts. Goldberg's new, completely free "Marketer's Manifesto" offers pro-profit guidance for Internet marketers while remaining firmly grounded in strong business ethics.
Goldberg understands that critics of the Internet marketing industry often point to a "grab the cash with both hands and think later" mentality, noting, "It can be a problem."
"Too much of this business consists of people selling shortcut information or what they think are handy tricks. That take-no-prisoners attitude can lead to business recommendations that focus purely on short-term bottom line numbers at the expense of strong ethics and the opportunity to build a successful long-term business model," Goldberg states.
"However," he argues, "there are ways to succeed over the long run that will allow you to maintain a clean conscience. You can generate leads and make money in an honorable way."
"The Marketer's Manifesto" is Goldberg's attempt to prove that point. The wide-ranging guide includes suggestions for avoiding common errors, directions for constructing an ideal sales system, an analysis of "reverse engineering" for Internet marketers and other helpful information gleaned from Goldberg's extensive marketing experience.
"I've had a number of successes. I've made mistakes, too. Over the years, I think I've developed a very good sense of what works and what can cause problems. This guide is my way of explaining the right way to operate in this business--generating leads and traffic, creating sales systems that really work and aligning it all for maximum effect--in a way that's both extremely profitable and completely honest," Goldberg notes.
"The Marketer's Manifesto" is available free online. Unlikely many other Internet marketing products, readers can enjoy the information without joining a mailing list. Goldberg explains, "I want to get the information out there. I don't want people to assume there are strings attached or that it's just a come-on that will lead to a million future sales emails."
For more information visit http://themarketersmanifesto.com
To contact Ross directly:
Support desk - http://rosshelps.com
Toll Free - 1-800-274-5815
Email - ross [at] rosshelps.com