West Hartford, Connecticut (PressExposure) October 19, 2011 -- The Connecticut Real Estate Investors Association, or CT REIA, announces Ed Rush as a guest speaker at the 8th Annual New England Real Estate and Entrepreneur Conference and Trade Show. This event will take place from October 29th to October 30th at the Four Points Sheraton, located at 275 Research Parkway in Meriden, CT. Tuition for this conference varies according to package selected. As an added bonus, the first 25 VIP registrations will receive a copy of the New York Times Bestseller - "How come that Idiot's Rich and I'm not?" All VIP registrations will receive access to Robert Shemin's eBook "The Magic Of High-Quality Questions."
Ed Rush is one of the "underground" Internet marketing people who is one of the smartest, savviest, and sharpest people making returns online today. The reason you never heard of Ed is because people pay him to sit at his computer and bring in tons of new traffic, convert that traffic into buyers, and retain all of these new customers into monthly repeat buyers. Ed is here to show you how to make more returns, take more time off, and grow a business that gets you new sellers and buyers, gets you new customers, and keeps your old customers. The great thing about Ed is that he wasn't some sort of computer programmer. Ed is a former Marine Corps F-18 fighter pilot who taught himself the Internet. The reason he's been able to create such high returns is that he's figured out how to sell information products and continuity programs online and offline.
Ed Rush will teach attendees: how to discover the key to wealth creation in this economy; how to build a prosperous home-based business, even if you've been laid off; how to really grow your local or global business using web and social media; the single greatest opportunity online right now; how some people are making $10,000 a month without ever leaving their home town; the 10 simple steps to dominate Google and get a flood of new customers, clients, buyers, or sellers; and much more.