Auction Strategies Explained launches officially tomorrow.
I want to once again share the exciting information with you that you can really earn some great money with this product!
My official launching date for my above product Auction Strategies Explained is actually tomorrow on 22nd September. It launches 9am UK time and 6pm AEST.
It is very exciting as there is 75% commission earnings offered on this product for Affiliates, and many great affiliate tools to assist people to make good money with, in a wide variety of different ways, are listed on the Affiliate’s page at Auction Strategies Explained.
Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the link to take you to the Affiliate’s page or you can use this link: Affiliate’s Page.
If you have never been an Affiliate before, now is your opportunity to start and earn yourself a great commission in the process.
Really I am, as I have shared with you before, an Internet Marketer, but I also sell on eBay. I really do believe we should set up multiple streams of income. eBay affords one a very good income stream, almost immediately on starting selling at the eBay website, and all this with very minimal start-up costs and fees. This extra stream of income has also supported me greatly in my Internet Marketing venture, assisting with my coaching fees as well as covering extra bills on the home front.
There is a bit of an art to selling on eBay but that is where the above eBook helps people with how they can easily get started selling, and also with what to sell and how to sell.
Auction Strategies Explained is about easy eBay and Auction incomes, describing step-by-step, how to quickly and easily make a great extra income stream selling on eBay. It explains what to sell, and how, and all with videos, screenshots and audio, but yet presented in an easy-to-understand and follow manner.
I never want anyone to ever go on the expensive learning curve I have been on in my search to learn how to sell on eBay and make money with Internet Marketing.
I have many people to thank for getting me to the stage where I am now at as well as to be launching my product. There are, sadly, scams out there and I have been on that expensive journey. However, I can safely say I have now found the people and programs I trust and want to stay aligned with on my continued journey. I also know the ones to trust to share with others so they do not have to go through what I have been through.
I would truly like to thank John Thornhill, Avril Harper, Tony Sharpe, Dave Nicholson, Steve Barrows, Daniel Sumner, Alex Jeffreys and Garry Parkes for their coaching, friendship, support etc. I will be eternally grateful to you all.
In Remembrance Of A Very Special Friend
I was going to put out quite a few more things over these weeks, in regards to my launch, as well as about the above people, but, early last week I was to get some devastating news that my best ever girlfriend had passed away. My thoughts have been elsewhere for the last few days. Actually, for the past few months, but this still was unexpected to occur quite this soon.
I want to take this time to share with you about this special and unique friend and person, Di Williams.
Her name was Di Williams. I was fortunate enough to meet her a few years ago. I was a Network Marketer and Di was a person I met over the phone and brought in to my Network Marketing business. She was an incredibly gifted person musically and extremely computer and internet marketing savvy. She had many other talents as well, including song writing and training police dogs and the list went on.
We hit it off straight away and talked almost daily on Skype.
She used to have her own band and I was fortunate to hear some of the amazing songs she had created.
Sadly, a few years ago, she was bashed by a patient and remained, from that day on, in chronic pain.
But, you never heard her complain. She always thought of others, and asked after others.
We used to talk for ages and found we had so much in common. Our friendship grew daily and we really acknowledged our friendship was a very special one.
Di had mostly been confined to bed for a couple of years up until I met her, having to take very powerful pain killers to try to ease her pain.
However, when I went to Queensland on 2 occasions over those years, she made a special effort to ensure we got to see each other, for which I was so proud of her for as it took great courage and strength to do so.
I loved the computer and the Internet, and had, among other areas, including Music, been in charge of those areas in my last few schools I taught at. However, I had not been involved in Internet Marketing and it was Di who spurred my interest over the first couple of years of me meeting her, whilst I was still building a Network Marketing business with my team.
Sadly, a few months after I met this amazing friend, a terrible tragedy occurred in her family, one no mother or parent should have to go through, and I was no longer able to have the contact we had had for a very long time up until this time. I totally understood and was devastated by her shocking news.
Missing her immensely, but still deeply concerned for her during this time, I branched out and away from Network Marketing to start my Internet Marketing journey. I could not turn to her for advice, and understood this, but sadly was to go through a long period of spending a huge amount of money we really did not have to try to learn and build an Internet Marketing business in order to bring in totally needed extra income. We were taken for a row, to say the least. We lost a lot of money we could not afford to lose in the process. I learned a lot on this journey.
Then along came those wonderful people I mentioned above who I can honestly say I have learned heaps from and I will acknowledge that I would not be where I am currently at in Internet Marketing and eBay, without their support, friendship and assistance etc.
Di, a few months later, was to start communicating with me again, but her incredible loss, naturally, was always there now.
As I said before, she never complained but she certainly had good reason to if she had wanted or needed to.
We continued to talk on many things and we had so many similarities in our journeys and interests it was truly uncanny. We were always amazed each time we uncovered another similarity.
There was never any BS with Di. She was as honest as you can get, as trustworthy as you can get and totally WISIWIG. I loved that in her, as she said she did in me. We were definitely on the same plane.
I was also extremely fortunate to meet my best friend and soul mate Bruce who is now my husband of 39 years. He is my rock and has been an enormous support for me during this difficult time. I am so grateful I met him and so glad we are still together.
I have had many friends during my lifetime, and many are still close friends I treasure. Di was just so extra special. The rose that stood that little bit taller in the garden bed of roses.
Sadly, a few months later she was to be diagnosed with lung cancer. When she described her type of lung cancer to me, I felt it was a really bad form of it and extended quite a distance through her body. My father had also had lung cancer and it was an incredible journey for him, and with him, over a 2 year period until we lost him.
But Di was always positive she could beat it as she had already gone through much grief and pain with her other injuries. She began her chemotherapy etc. and eventually was given the all clear which was truly out-of-this-world, wonderful news.
However, a few weeks later she was to let me know that it returned in a different part of the body (her liver), devastatingly, but, she still, always optimistic, thought she could beat it. She was even making plans to come down to visit me from Queensland, with her husband so we could all go out for dinner together. Sadly we never got to do that.
She was in hospital the week before last, for a few days, as she had a heavy cold, but a time was set aside for us to be able to talk again for last Monday night, but the appointment, devastatingly, was never able to be kept.
I would not be telling the truth if I did not say it but I have cried a river of tears over these last few days.
I only write these things because Di was an amazing person and friend right to her final days. I want to acknowledge her uniqueness and “specialness”
I believe everyone should have the opportunity of knowing what a special person and friend she was, as well as mother, wife and grandmother.
Her family and friends will truly miss this special person – Di Williams.
I will remember her forever.
I am unbelievably grateful she is no longer in pain.
Vale, Di Williams, special friend extraordinaire!
I truly want to thank you for stopping by and reading my blog.
I believe eBay and Internet Marketing form a perfect partnership.
All the best,
Until next time,