New Website Shows Mac Owners How To Make Cash

October 19, 2008 in Tips and How To (E)

[] Ozark, Missouri - Macinfopreneur Millard Grubb announces new Mac website to show entrepreneurs how to use their Macs to make cash easily. Right out of the box, a Mac is perfect for creating products, promo items, DVDs, audio, you name it. This site provides resources, special reports, tips and techniques for Mac entrepreneurs. On November 1, Macintosh owners worldwide will finally have an opportunity to quickly learn how to use their Macs to create business.

"For years the 'Net has had dozens of sites geared to making business happen or marketing or product creation... BUT all from a PC users viewpoint, laments Millard Grubb. "In fact," he continues, "one of the BIG players on the 'Net told me that he didn't want to bother working with Mac owners because, 'It wasn't worth his time.'"

It's time for a change.

On November 1, a new website will go live and provide the Mac community with detailed "How-to" information so that any Mac owner can use their Mac to start a home business, create products, sell more effectively on auction sites, or just find Mac-ready resources geared for one thing... helping you make cash with your Mac.

"The Mac is the perfect entrepreneur's tool, right out of the box, to create cash. You can have an idea in the morning, create a product in a couple of hours, then start making money off of it. The Mac gives almost anyone the ability to create useful products that can be sold over and over again," Millard continues.

If you want to make cash with your Mac, Millard Grubb will show you how to do it.

Millard Grubb has been a Macinfopreneur(C) ever since he got his first Mac in 1990. He has written three books for the entertainment industry, one book for the business community, and is an advocate for Mac owners everywhere. His company, Backyard Gazette Publishing, helps Macintosh owners worldwide to use their Macs to create cash with their own businesses. Copyright 2008 Backyard Gazette Publishing. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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