The Website Investor Teaches Entrepreneurs the Secrets to Web Ownership

The Website Investor by Jeff HuntNEW YORK—April 7, 2015–Morgan James Publishing’s (www.Morgan-James.com) new release, The Website Investor: The Guide to Buying an Online Website Business for Passive Income by Jeff Hunt, shows small business owners and investors alike how to discover the well of passive income that exists in the website market.

 

Starting a business is no easy undertaking. Getting one off the ground requires large amounts of start-up capital, hours upon hours of work and planning, and often results in more headaches than it’s worth. Despite all the time and effort put into them, more than half of all business start-ups fail within the first five years. There has to be a better way! The Website Investor says that the answer lies in letting someone else do the work for you. Savvy entrepreneurs can minimize their hassles and maximize their profits by purchasing websites that are already generating a steady cash flow and customer base. In this groundbreaking book, Jeff Hunt shares the secrets to his success in acquiring Internet businesses. Through his methods, one can easily generate a consistent monthly income from the comfort of his own home.

 

The Website Investor covers all of the bases of Internet investing. It reveals how to locate prime website opportunities, uncover hidden gems and untapped potential, avoid risks and scams, and get the most value for the best possible price. Jeff Hunt makes the journey easy for his readers, by utilizing his vast experience and wisdom in this market to help them make the transition to website ownership with as little “fuss” as possible. He shows that “no effort” and “low effort” websites are out there, and maps out exactly how to find them.

 

Ensuring that readers are well equipped for their venture into web ownership, The Web Investor goes beyond just acquiring profitable websites. Hunt provides thorough guidelines for every step of the process, from finding the right investments to determining the right time to sell.  Whether readers are in the market of flipping websites, or looking to acquire one for the long haul, this book offers useful tips regarding risk aversion, financial prudence, and website improvement. Using tales of his own successes and missteps, Jeff Hunt reveals his tried and true process for yielding a steady cash flow from online investments in a way that is both well detailed and easy to understand.

 

Established, moneymaking websites are out there for the purchasing. The Website Investor shows entrepreneurs where to find them, how to acquire them, and what it takes to profit from them.

 

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Jeff Hunt please call Nickcole Watkins at 212.655.5470 Ext 204.

 

About the Author:

Having acquired more than 300 income producing websites, Jeff Hunt makes his living as an Internet investor and website owner. He began his career at IBM before moving his family of 6 to a third world country for 7 years, where they served students, families, and local businesses. Today, Jeff is a consultant and speaker on web optimization, as well as being strategic advisor to the Board of Cloud Income Properties Inc. He enjoys discovering web opportunities and helping his clients and partners do the same. He and his family have settled down in Indiana, where they are actively involved in their church and community.

 

More About This Title:

The Website Investor: The Guide to Buying and Online Website Business for Passive Income by Jeff Hunt will be released by Morgan James Publishing on April 7, 2015. The Website InvestorISBN 978-1630473662—has 180 pages and is being sold as a trade paperback for $17.95.

 

About Morgan James Publishing:Morgan James Publishing provides entrepreneurs with the vital information, inspiration, and guidance they need to be successful. Morgan James Publishing, The Entrepreneurial Publisher™, has been recognized by Publisher’s Weekly for three years on their fast growing press list and is reported as being the future of publishing.