Contracts in 48 Hours,"
a New e-Book by Paz Internet Media
Paz Internet Media Ltd. has announced the immediate release of the
new e-book “Freelance Contracts in 48 Hours”, by Itay
Paz. Within its pages, freelancers of all business types will be rewarded
with the secrets that guarantee them the opportunity to generate contracts
in 48 hours.
Available in online e-book format, customers can conveniently download
it directly into their computer, giving them instant access to its
information, without having to wait for the book to be sent, or being
charged with additional shipping fees.
Itay Paz’s “Freelance Contracts in 48 Hours” e-book
is a thorough step-by-step tool guide that helps freelancers to understand
that contracts are easy to obtain within as little as 48 hours; all
they need to know is how to use the right niche marketing techniques,
how to effectively advertise their business, and how to contact the
people that will give them results.
“This e-book made finding contracts a simple process. It was
easy to read, and had great information with no added fluff,”
said an early edition reader from Toronto Canada, who is a freelance
Itay Paz is a successful freelancer, who specializes in freelance
consulting, and has spent the past 5 discovering the best ways to
produce marketability, in order to gain winning contracts. He obtained
his MBA with a major in marketing, from Manchester University, and
became the founder and president of an ecommerce marketplace venture,
before furthering his career by taking the new tack of focusing his
marketing (and online marketing) skills, towards assisting companies,
home business owners, and especially, other freelancers. He currently
runs the free Freelance Tips newsletter (www.freelance-tips.com),
founder and owner of Paz Internet Media Ltd, and is also the author
of the “The Freelance Success e-Book” (www.the-freelance-success-ebook.com)
Being an ambitions business man, and freelancer himself, Mr. Paz understands
the difficulties that his colleagues face when starting their careers.
Through his years of marketing experience, he has found that the reasons
why so many freelancers fail, is due to the fact that their target
market is much too broad, and also because they often use the wrong
marketing techniques to advertise their business.