New Package Helps Mac Owners Make Cash in Any Economy

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[prMac.com] Ozark, Mo/United States - Millard Grubb and Backyard Gazette Publishing have released a new product for Mac owners that will help make their Christmas a little brighter. Macintosh Cash: Confessions of a Die-Hard Mac Entrepreneur looks at using a Macintosh specifically to grow an information business right from your home. This package explains how any Macintosh owner with simple software like iLife can create an income stream.

The new package is set up in a series of PDF files that cover everything from product creation, easy projects, offline projects, online projects, publicity, and marketing. Included in the mix are some reprint rights products and software to make websites more impressive.

Macintosh Cash Features:
* Links to little known resources on the web
* Full-featured $30 software application included
* Simple steps to create a product
* How to get the word out quickly
* Bring money in with little sales sweat

Minimum Requirements:
* Mac OS X Version 10.4 Tiger or higher
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* G4 Processor, 1GHz or faster
* 50.8 MB Hard Drive space

All customers will get lifetime updates of this product. In addition, ongoing training and teleseminar calls will be held to provide practical, on-the-street support.

Located in Ozark, Mo/USA, Backyard Gazette was founded in 2003 by Millard Grubb. Practical products that help business make money easier, faster, without a lot of hype are the goal. Millard has been a Mac entrepreneur since the mid-1980s and continues to create books, manuals, and training materials on his Mac. All Material and Software (C) 2008-2009 Backyard Gazette / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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