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The BIG lesson from Bill Gates you can use today

Published on 9/6/2017
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Paul Allen was hired into MITS & his buddy Bill Gates took a leave of absence from Harvard to work with him in Albuquerque in November 1975. They officially established Microsoft' on 4 April 1975, with Gates as the CEO. Gates never returned to Harvard.

 

When Bill Gates lived here in Albuquerque ( that’s a great photo) he wasn’t actually extraordinarily successful. He struggled to make rent at times. He was a local legend in his ability to acquire traffic tickets he didn’t have the money to pay.

 

What Bill Gates had discerned, however, was brilliant and that was…

 

that software as a service was (and still is) a powerful business model with huge residual income value.

 

Think about the Microsoft business model for a minute…

 

For some time, most computers in the world were manufactured with software that provided Microsoft with $20 to $100 in licensing fees. In some cases, the fees were paid every few years. In some cases those fees were paid (are paid) EVERY year.

 

THAT is the high value of the “SAS” - “Software as a Service” business model.

 

One of my online mentors - Walt Bayliss - get’s that - got that - is getting that set up so that YOU if you choose, can benefit from that model “SAS” too...

 

Got it? :)

 

Seriously, Walt and his team have been developing software (as a service) for several years that fill niches that businesses need…

 

Just stop for a minute and think about how SAS works…

 

$10 a month to $200 a month. That’s kind of the “range” for most software packages you’ll see online with recurring income to the affiliate and ongoing value to the customer.

 

Walt and his design team have targeted 2 highly desired niches….

 

#1 - Reputation Management

 

The product is Repwarn - Our Longest running Recurring income product. Incredible conversions, LONG TERM STICK RATE and Tons of social proof. Cash in On This One

 

#2 - Market Research for business

 

The product is DataJeo - The Incredible Market Research Suite (With Agency License also available) Makes Running Online campaigns INFINITELY More Profitable.

 

Sign up for the webinars RIGHT NOW (that way you’ll get the recording if you can’t attend) and then, if you like, reach out to me with any questions. I’m a user and advocate of both products and can tell you from personal experience that both have little marketplace competition in their price point and high customer satisfaction.

 

Of all the products and services I’ve offered online, software has been my best selling category for several years. If you are looking for a product/service to market that people and businesses really WANT - be sure to attend these webinars.

 

Bill Bateman - helping you get what you want in business

 

PS - there are ALWAYS “surprise” bonuses during the annual relaunch period - so don’t say I didn’t warn you:

 

Here’s the Repwarn Webinar Link


Here’s the DataJeo Link

 

 

 

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