San Diego, CA (PressExposure) February 20, 2009 -- Gi'Gi' Luekenga, a Realtor for the past ten years was making a great living until the long to be remembered Crash of 2008. In the span of a few short months, her substantial income collapsed right along with the real estate market down to almost nothing. Something needed to be done and quickly.
Despite her substantial real estate commissions, over the past several years Luekenga had taken on an idle interest in alternative income sources and had studied online business opportunities. One in particular caught her eye, Wealth Masters International (WMI), a company that offered a series of highly regarded financial education products, along with what seemed to be a very lucrative business opportunity. She spent 18 months researching both the products and the opportunity, but had no real reason to get involved.
And then the market crashed, taking her income right along with it.
Luekenga, because of her real estate training and background, had significant experience running a business, but not one based on the internet. The thing about the WMI program that ultimately convinced her to proceed was the company's affiliation with CarbonCopyPRO, an internet marketing powerhouse that outsources all of the back office tasks for WMI consultants. With things like website design, copywriting, publicity and call center operations taken care of, the consultant can focus on building relationships and the business.
For Luekenga, this was the key. As a Realtor, she knows how important a pipeline of qualified prospects is. And that part of her new internet business would be provided for her. "CarbonCopyPRO is the best marketing system I've ever seen," said Luekenga. "It is not only turnkey, but it is all one needs to run their whole business from the web site. The more I learn about it the more amazed I am," she concluded.
From Luekenga's point of view, the fact that her new business is recession proof is probably its most valuable attribute. According to Luekenga, "During economic turmoil, there are always opportunities. But to find them, most of the time you have to look outside of your industry. I did, and I found what I was looking for. I'm making great money and can still keep my real estate options open. The market will eventually come back, as it always does, but now I also have a passive income stream in place. The difference is that don't have to struggle while I'm waiting."
Luekenga is also pleased that her new business enables her to help others. She offers parting advice to anyone, regardless of industry, who is concerned about their financial future. "Look online," she says, "and think outside the box." Good advice from someone who is already walking the walk.