FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 01, 2006
SiteSell Launches WAHM-IT!, The Masters Course
SiteSell Releases A Business Resource For Work-At-Home Moms
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
"WAHM-IT!, The Masters Course" is the seventh addition to the "SiteSell University Series" of PDF-formatted resource books. These free Masters Courses, which individually address specific needs of the online small business owner, are popular promotional tools for SiteSell.com's affiliate force, known as "5 Pillar Affiliates."
A group of Work-At-Home Moms, three from the United States and one from the UK, collaborated to write "WAHM-IT!, The Masters Course." They describe their experience-based publication as an "empowering resource written by WAHMs for WAHMs." The content is realistic, practical and informative. Stay-at-home moms will be able to relate to both the material and the writing style.
This current Masters Course contains three concise files...
- "WAHM-IT!," how-to information to start your business.
- "Get Organized to Work at Home," tips for family-work balance.
- "Case Studies," WAHMs sharing their experiences and advice.
"WAHM-IT!, The Masters Course is perhaps the most important of all the Masters Courses," asserts Ken Evoy, President of SiteSell.com, enthusiastically. "Nearly half of all adults online are moms. Although most of them are not in business, many are thinking about it, especially stay-at-home moms. This new course introduces all moms to the ideal work-from-home solution. Creating a Site Build It! Web site about a topic she loves allows a mom to be there for her kids, while also doing something exciting for herself. A powerful combination!"
For more information about WAHM-IT!, The Masters Course, visit https://wahm.sitesell.com/.
Founded in 1997 by Dr. Ken Evoy, SiteSell.com has been profitable since its inception. "We do it the old fashioned way," says Dr. Evoy. "We OVERdeliver on customer expectations, and truly empower our customers to do business successfully, while leaving the technology and complexity to us to handle in the background, where it should be."
SiteSell employs 35 people in the United-States, Canada, Australia and Europe.