Westminster, CO (PressExposure) February 02, 2009 -- Darwin Schmidt, the owner and president of Schmart Construction, Inc., has announced his new partnership with CarbonCopyPRO, the marketing arm for Wealth Masters International (WMI). With the turmoil in the real estate industry and home building business, Schmidt wanted to take steps to solidify his income and long-term financial future. "I love building and construction," said Schmidt, "but I'm also looking for a way to live a better life."
Schmidt began his search for an alternative income--perhaps even a whole new career--when the recession threatened his construction company. He began to worry about the future and set about to find some other options. Research seemed to indicate that online marketing was not only recession proof, but was actually expanding, even in the face of a downturned economy. An experienced businessman with well honed sales and marketing experience, Schmidt admits that he was challenged by the prospect of marketing and selling on the internet.
With a degree in architecture and computer aided drafting, Schmidt is clearly not intimidated by computers or technology. But because the tools and strategies used by internet marketers change so quickly, he knew he'd need assistance launching his business. It was the need to find support and even a turnkey business model that led him to CarbonCopyPRO. "I love the way it is put together to work for you, very professional," said Schmidt, talking about the firm's approach. "The system is flawless, and the team has been there every step along the way for me."
With more and more people suffering the effects of a brutal economic beating, Schmidt is interested in not only saving himself, but in helping others as well. He's excited about the future, because his new role allows him to do just that. "By putting my best foot forward with energy and boldness to carry out the projects for me and anyone else, my family can live a solid and secure life while enjoying the life style we are looking for--and deserve," Schmidt said. "I wanted the self-satisfaction that comes from knowing that I did it. I also really enjoy helping others succeed in life and this really showed me how to do it by using this system."