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Holly Mann's Honest Riches - a Review




By Anaka Ray

When I first encountered the E-Books on the Internet offering to teach you to "Make Money Online," "Earn Money from Home," and "Get Rich with the Internet," I thought that probably the only people getting rich was whoever was selling those E-Books.

But I was still curious. And nobody was looking...

I was browsing the net and somehow came accross the ads about "The Rich Jerk" and his E-Book.

Now, personally, I don't like the idea of buying anything from someone who proudly refers to himself as a jerk. I took it as an indicator that he might also not be totally honest, and I cringed a bit when I wondered what he was doing with all the money he was making. I didn't feel like contributing, and his E-Book was too expensive for me.

But I was still curious. And I was just browsing...

I came across Holly Mann's book, "Breakthrough Money-Making Secrets Revealed." She had apparantly read Rich Jerk's E-Book, had applied what she learned, and had gotten herself from zero to $12,000 per month by making money online.

She wrote her own E-Book, to teach others her own methods and the secrets she learned. I noticed that she didn't post extravagant claims, like "make $10,000 a day without working!" (If you've ever looked at ads on the net for making money online, you know what I'm talking about.)

She is also a 24-year-old single mom living in Thailand. She seemed like a considerate person who wanted to help others. And her E-Book was only about $20.00.

So, my original hardened suspicion began to waver... I emailed my sister. I shyly mentioned the book. Of course my sister reinforced my original skepticism and reminded me not to trust these E-Book sellers who are, after all, just after my money.

A few days went by, and out of curiosity I checked Holly's "Honest Riches" website. I have to admit, the smiling photo of her with her baby in her arms just melted me a little bit. (That is a smart girl.) I tried to be staunch. I know people always just want to sell things...

I emailed her and asked a question. I got a prompt and very friendly response, as well as a small free E-Book by another writer, which explained the basics of affiliate marketing very simply. It made sense to me that this was really something that any intelligent person could do from home, given a bit of work and persistance.

A few days later my sister emailed me again. She said that she looked up this Holly Mann on the net and couldn't find much bad said about her. She suggested that I should go ahead, as, after all, $20 is not so much.

I looked through Holly's site again. Then I saw it. That was the clincher for me. A money-back guarantee. So I bought it.

I don't want my money back. This little book is beautiful. It is perfect for me, a complete novice to the field of affiliate marketing and not too well-versed on the Internet either.

Holly explains, step by step, what you need to do to make money online. The data she gives is straight, to-the-point, helpful, and easy to understand. There is no extra filler, nor endless paragraphs of "ra-ra-ra you're gonna be a millionaire." Just the data and what to do.

Soon after I began reading her book, my head was filled with ideas of how I could make money online. I had more ideas than I could even work on, in the few hours per day that I can dedicate to this endeavor. That's a pretty big step up from where I was a week before, when I said "Affiliate Marketing? What's that?"

Holly's book is also full of links to helpful websites and software (a lot of it free) which you can use to help you get your online ventures started and on the right track. Without these links and data, I would be completely lost. I could have searched through the net to find other free data on online-income-oppurtunities, but I'm glad I didn't. If I had, I would still be swimming in a sea of confusion now.

Holly has her own forum where her readers can exchange advice and encouragement. She also answers questions and inputs new ideas and data she finds. She has recently started a new free website design service for her readers, to help them get off the ground in creating their first website.

Meanwhile, I had purchased another service to help people make money online. As it also had a money-back guarantee, I decided to get a refund on that one. But not on Holly's book.

So - was Holly Mann's book a trap, where only the E-Book seller wins and the buyer pays?

No. It's a great book and it really does teach people to make money online.
 
 
About the Author
For more information on Holly Mann's ebook, you may visit the author's blog at http://anakaonline.blogspot.com

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