Review: Zero Dollars, a Little Talent, and Thirty Days
While reading an article on Yahoo! about search engine marketing, I was introduced to the work of Jennifer Laycock, managing editor of the online Search Engine Guide newsletter. The site turned out to be a useful resources, but the real treat was the free e-book she was giving away. It’s not your typical web market e-book.
Jennifer’s new book, Zero Dollars, a Little Talent, and Thirty Days, is a compilation of thirty daily articles she wrote chronicling her efforts to start a new online business with no cash, and turn a profit. She made money – not the overnight millions folks usually brag about – but a real profit. I also get the feeling she’ll continue to make money from the site and be able to work less to keep it going.
Zero Dollars, a Little Talent, and Thirty Days outlines what she did, day-by-day and step-by-step, while also helping you understand why she made the choices she made. Jennifer includes a running tally of her income and expenses throughout. You get to see both her successes and her mistakes and how they affected the bottom line. In the end she gave it all away – her profits to charity and her hard earned knowledge to us.
Read the book! You can’t beat the price ($0.00) and you will be entertained, inspired, and educated by Jennifer’s story.
Thanks for the great book, Jennifer!
The Go-To Guy