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John Reese Launches Outsource Force

11 May 2010 No Comment

Today is the launch of John Reese’s Outsource Force. He has several good affiliates promoting the launch to their lists. John is a gifted salesman and a phenomenal Internet marketer in his own right. He’s been it it since it all started and he’s had great success.

His methodology is based on outsourcing everything. The course is extensive and covers all the major Internet Marketing business models. It’s a great system but may be difficult to master for some. In order to outsource anything you need to be able to direct and manage it.

If if you can do that successfully you still need a great idea with the potential to cover the overhead and generate a profit. It’s not any different than how any large company does it. If you think about it every large company in essence outsources everything to their employees or subcontractors. The CEO and the managers supervise and direct everything.

Success depends on the potential of the business model, it’s systems, efficiency and sales.

Something you probably don’t know though. John Reese learned outsourcing from John Jonas who is an affiliate for Outsource Force. About a year ago John Jonas launched a membership site called Replace Myself and later Onlinejobs.ph. Now John Reese has taken outsourcing to a new level.

Reese hasn’t put a cap on how many he will let in to the course yet. But at a $1,900 entry fee he stands to make a ton of money in a very short time. With just a 1000 sales he will generate 1.9 million less affiliate commissions. Reese alluded to a projected 2000 sales.

I have no doubt that he’ll do it too. His pre-launch videos are very convincing.

Reese plans to launch a video game company with the proceeds. With that goal in mind he’s set up an office in the Philippines and staffed it to get started.

If you can afford it and think you have a great idea, along the the necessary managerial skills it should be a good opportunity. Learn from an Internet Master.

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