Posted by Harrace

Today, I received a frequently asked question from one of our sites, InternetMarketingCoaching.com

Q: Wow! I saw you charge $2300.00 per seminar. So expensive. Are you making more money from the seminar than you make online (excluding your eOneNet.com)?
I saw someone with better reputation than you charge $987 per seminar. May I know how many website you create before you made up your mind, “Oh…this is enough. Now I want to teach people how to make money online.”

Here is my answer:

A: You are right! Our Internet marketing seminars can claim to be the most expensive in Asia.

This is a common question and we have a postings in our blog dealing with this.

http://www.eonenet.com/internet_marketing_blog/2006/09/07/why-eonenets-
internet-marketing-seminar-is-so-expensive/

We haven’t stopped creating new websites or new business models. In fact, we are launching new projects from time to time. Teaching, is just one of our businesses, as we believe teaching is one of the ways to market our different businesses and helping others succeed will make us even more successful.

Regarding credibility, other than getting thousands of top rankings in search engines, I think we have received the widest media coverage in Asia as an Internet marketing company.

http://www.eonenet.com/press/press.htm
http://www.eonenet.com/press/video.htm

For comments of our coaching course, pls check out:

http://www.eonenet.com/internet_marketing_blog/2006/11/19/malaysia-
internet-marketing-coaching-class-this-weekend-day-1/

http://www.eonenet.com/internet_marketing_blog/2006/11/19/malaysia-
internet-marketing-coaching-class-this-weekend-day-2/

We can also claim to be the only Internet marketing company to offer true regional support unmatched by other Internet marketers with an IT team and physical offices in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.

Anyway, the choice is yours.

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