Rich Schefren Celebrates One Million Downloads of His Free Internet Marketing

Delray Beach, FL (PressExposure) July 01, 2008 -- From the Internet Business Manifesto to the newly published Maven Matrix Manifesto, a total of one million reports written by Rich Schefren, Founder and CEO of Strategic Profits, have been downloaded for free by business owners who want to increase profits online.

"This is a historic milestone for Strategic Profits as we strive to educate online business owners of the most efficient ways to increase profits, work less and grow their business," Schefren said. He adds that more internet marketing reports will be published for free soon as well as more online business coaching products.

Schefren is well-known in the Internet marketing community as the "guru's guru," having provided sought-after business coaching to such high-profile luminaries as Jay Abraham, John Carlton, Joel Comm, Brad Fallon, Mike Filsaime, Yanik Silver, Jeff Walker and many more.

Previous published reports from Schefren - The Internet Business Manifesto, The Missing Chapter, The Final Chapter, The Attention Age Doctrine Part 2 and the Maven Matrix Manifesto - have helped thousands of entrepreneurs start a business online and understand changing market forces.

Each free report is available in PDF format and can be found in the lower right section of the Strategic Profits homepage. Here are some of the tips online business owners should expect from the free reports: * Strategies from other gurus who have created explosive growth * How to deal with the information that's flooding your inbox * Web 2.0 tactics that bring search engine ranking and traffic * Become the dominant authority and most trusted advisor in a market niche * Learn uncommon principles on how to deal with large competitors

About Strategic Profits

About Strategic Profits:
Strategic Profits is a privately held company headquartered in Delray Beach, Fla. Strategic Profits exists to help business and entrepreneurs online and offline with business coaching advice and tools that they need to succeed in the Attention Age. Visit the corporate Web site for more information or leave your questions and/or comments on Rich Schefren's blog at

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Press Release Submitted On: June 26, 2008 at 3:42 pm
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