Cork, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 03, 2009 -- Internet entrepreneur Neil Ashworth this week took time out from his recent partnership with Jay Kubassek and the Carbon Copy Pro Group to review the business opportunity in detail for anyone considering a move online into home based business with carboncopypro. We asked a few simple, straight forward questions to get to the bottom of the carbon copy pro business model. Here they are and also here are the answers.
So, is it true that the carbon copy pro business is a fully automated marketing system?
Mr Ashworth has looked at the business in detail since carbon copy pro was launched back in late 2007 and he now believes it can be built on autopilot. Well almost.
He explains âCarbon copy pro is an incredible business model and without doubt one which can be built online without any personal interaction, selling or calling leads and prospectsâ.
So, what's the catch with carbon copy pro group?
âThere is no catchâ Neil stated âbut like anything, some people want a level of personal contact and if you are really going to make a success of your carbon copy pro business and reach the kind of income levels being achieved by the top earners, then you will need to adopt the same marketing approach.â
And that marketing approach is bringing in incomes in excess of $30,000 a month for some members of the carbon copy pro group.
So, what is the best approach to building a business with the carbon copy pro group?
âVery simply, follow the master marketing guides, video tutorials and comprehensive training in the carbon copy pro back office or members area and you will be successful and will build a good income from your carboncopypro businessâ he continued âdon't try to reinvent the wheel. Jay Kubassek and Aaron Parkinson designed the system and took the trial and error out of it so that you don't have to keep trying something new. Follow the simple steps and you will find they take you in the right direction.â
One step at a time, as they say, and that is certainly the way Mr Ashworth is building his business by using social media marketing as a major part of his personal game plan.
So, is social media marketing changing the way internet marketers build a business like carbon copy pro?
âIn a way it is. The training in the back office will give you an overview of social platforms like Facebook, YouTube and MySpace but you have to spend time in those social networks to really make it work for you.â
So, is it worth it?
âDefinitely it is. I have been using social media extensively for the last couple of years in preparation for my move into the carbon copy pro business and I plan to grow carbon copy pro across my social networks.â
So, is carbon copy pro business fully automated? Not quite, not yet anyway and that's not a bad thing. The personal touch is and always will be a great part of any business model.
For more information on the carbon copy pro business opportunity take a look at http://www.socialmediamarketingprofits.com today.