Westbrook, MN (PressExposure) February 25, 2009 -- Beryl Morton, who owned a food processing business and most recently worked as an investment advisor, has announced his new partnership with CarbonCopyPRO, the marketing organization that supports Wealth Masters International (WMI) financial consultants. "I like the fact that CarbonCopyPRO and WMI offer financial education to people," Morton said. "I like working from home and with a reputable company with good moral values. I also like the compensation plan with the residual income."
CarbonCopyPRO was founded by Jay Kubassek, an industry pioneer and online marketing legend. The firm provides a turnkey system to generate leads and fill the sales pipeline for its clients. In addition to outsourced services, Kubassek's team provides direct support, training, and ongoing mastermind services. Back office tasks such as website design, blog management, copy writing, article and press release placement, as well as call center operations are taken care of, allowing the business owner to focus on higher value activities, such as building relationships and sales.
It was the turnkey approach that appealed to Morton. "I had virtually no experience with online marketing," he said. "The CarbonCopyPRO team got me up and running in no time. And just as importantly, they are providing training and support every step of the way."
WMI features a combination of world class education, services, and strategies along with proven consultants that have extensive, successful track records in their respective fields, who come together to help people effectively manage personal finances. The company's mission is to create success and wealth in others one person at a time. The firm also offers a very lucrative network marketing opportunity to its consultants, which provides the ability to generate an extraordinary income while helping people to improve their financial situation. The company was founded by Kip Herriage and Karl Bessey, and was incorporated in January of 2005.
Morton feels strongly about the need for personal financial education. "As a former investment advisor, I was appalled at the lack of financial understanding, even from some of my more sophisticated clients," Morton said. "Helping people to learn how to manage and invest their own money is definitely the best way to create wealth. This is the new model for financial advice."