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The 'webinar guy' will share the truth about internet marketing at the free Melbourne Web Business Breakthrough event from tomorrow to Sunday (26-28/9)

Interview opportunity today with Steven Essa, as he shows businesses how they can profit by taking their businesses to the world

A MELBOURNE internet marketer made over $7000 unexpectedly in 60 minutes at a 3-day seminar and another lucky audience member is set to have the same opportunity at the free Web Business Breakthrough event in Melbourne from tomorrow to Sunday (26-28/9).

Dmitriy Ivanov generated $7543 in 60 minutes after attending a Web Business Breakthrough event this year and being chosen from the audience to run a webinar on his chosen topic on Day 3. An internet marketer of 13 years and owner of www.lifedeal.com.au, the Bentleigh resident ran a webinar about lead generation for businesses and sold a new 7-module program at the end which generated the money.

“The webinar was marketed online to Steven Essa’s contacts at the event,” Mr Ivanov said.
“If people want to grow their businesses, the sooner they start marketing on the internet, the better it will be for them.”

X10 Effect director and Social Media Worldwide owner Steven Essa, aka The Webinar Guy, has helped hundreds of people start successful six figure businesses online since he launched his web programs during the height of the 2008 GFC.

“Even during the biggest hardships, there’s opportunity and it’s a matter of recognising this and capitalising on it,” Mr Essa said.

While 2008 was considered by many economists the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s, people across Australia and worldwide are turning their knowledge and expertise into online products through content sharing platforms such as webinars.

“My webinar templates have created over $50 million in sales for my clients,” Mr Essa said.

He has run 20 Web Business Breakthrough events since 2012 all over Australia, in Switzerland, the US, Dubai, Cyprus, Canada and the UK. Not bad for a guy in his 30s who started out working as a panel beater in the western suburbs of Sydney and failed his HSC.

He said while traditional education may have worked for people in the past, now business people cannot afford to ignore the power of the internet as a platform to start new businesses and propel their existing offline businesses.

 “We believe the key to businesses surviving and thriving is through doing business on the web,” Mr Essa said.

“By its explosive growth and sheer size, the web provides opportunities to do business on a global scale, where any shop is just a click away.”
He said other benefits of doing business on the web included the ability to start any business at extremely low costs, to do business 24/7 and automate most production, marketing and delivery tasks.

“Thanks to the web, anyone’s knowledge and expertise can easily be turned into a profitable digital product,” he said.
The Web Business Breakthrough 3-day training events stemmed from the need to offer a better future for young people and cashflow alternatives to baby boomers.

“We reveal how to create a web business so you don’t have to be a slave to geography anymore; live where you want, how you want, take control of your time and spend it how you want, not when and how others tell you, experience the lifestyle of your choice, make money from anywhere in the world and no longer be a slave to banks, the government or your job,” he said.

Struggling business owners and those looking to leverage their current knowledge are invited to attend Web Business Breakthrough events across Australia and New Zealand in the next month. They will be held in Melbourne's Intercontinental the Rialto Hotel, 495 Collins St, from tomorrow to Sunday (Sep 26 to 28), Auckland from Oct 3 to 5, Sydney from Oct 17 to 19 and Brisbane from Oct 24 to 26.

To register, visit http://www.webbusinessbreakthrough.com/news