Somerset, KY (PressExposure) March 04, 2009 -- John F. Wilmot, an internet marketing professional and consultant with Wealth Masters International (WMI) has announced an alliance with CarbonCopyPRO, the marketing arm for WMI. Wilmot, with a Business Management MBA and an Executive Management MBA from Texas and UCLA respectively, stated that the alliance was a perfect fit to utilize his education, blue chip company executive positions, and more recent financial analyst, credit counseling and internet marketing work experience.
Wilmot envisions that four very powerful factors have created a Twenty First Century "perfect storm" for WMI's business to exponentially grow and to be recognized globally for its business success. These four factors are:
â¢ The Internet Marketing Network SuperHighway growing at warp speed.
â¢ The 'un-retiring," well educated entrepreneurial Baby Boomer movement into the Internet Marketing Industry Home Based Business.
â¢ The obsolescence of a significant portion of overhead laden stereotypical corporations that removes a similar portion of the workforce off the overcrowded, energy wasting, environmentally damaging eight lane freeways to the Internet SuperHighway. (the "bedroom community" phrase takes on a whole new meaning)
â¢ Ninety seven percent (97%) of the present Internet Marketing Industry is composed of frustrated, hard-working marketers whose weekly paychecks hover around $100. They are searching for what the 3% are doing differently. Wilmot realizes that a highly automated, duplicatable (carbon copy) lead generation system is the key to success when coupled to a product much in demand, especially in these economic times.
Wilmot's broad experience profile, coupled with tremendous educational credentials makes him a welcome addition to CarbonCopyPRO. "I plan to demonstrate the leadership qualities required to play an active role in the continued growth of these two companies," said Wilmot.
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