California, (PressExposure) February 02, 2009 -- Rian Ingram, a former University of Oregon track standout and a serving commissioned officer in the United States Army recently announced his new alliance with CarbonCopyPRO. "It is a privilege of mine to be part of such an outstanding marketing organization--an absolutely unbelievable company," Ingram said.
CarbonCopyPRO was started by internet entrepreneur and online marketing legend Jay Kubassek to automate the lead generation process for home based businesses. Kubassek reasoned that eliminating the human factor from the mundane yet complex tasks associated with marketing on the internet would allow the entrepreneur to focus on higher value activities. With Kubassek's firm handling website and blog administration, copywriting, article and press release distribution, as well as call center operations, the business owner can focus on building relationships--and sales.
Although Ingram had useful experience running bricks-and-mortar businesses, he knew he needed help with online marketing. He conducted extensive online due diligence before he made his move. "After months of researching CarbonCopyPRO, I decided to make the leap and join forces, said Ingram. "It was one of the best choices I have ever made."
Ingram's leadership experience as an Army officer, particularly after serving in Iraq, makes him uniquely qualified to launch his new business. According to Ingram, surviving the recession is exactly the same as surviving any other dangerous situation. Granted, the recession may not be life threatening, but losing one's job and retirement savings is about as serious as it gets. And like any survival challenge, a person needs to be able to think--and act--in order to pull through.
"I'm here to help people escape from the 9 to 5 grind and to finally achieve the lifestyle they have always wanted," Ingram said. "But there are some steps that have to happen first. Everybody needs a financial survival plan in place, and then they need the skills to implement it. That is all part of the program I'm rolling out here."
At a time when major, blue chip companies all over the world are announcing wave after wave of layoffs, people are scrambling not just for new jobs, but for entirely new careers. Ingrim's suggestion is to follow his lead. "Go online and research opportunities," he said. "They're out there. Do the legwork and find one that's real. Then make the leap."