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Tim Atkinson is releasing his Commission Overload training course into the marketplace on March 28
Online PR News – 19-March-2011 –Tim Atkinson is launching Commission Overload affiliate marketing training March 28th 2011. The goal of the Commission Overload is to set new standards in the internet marketing industry.
The site already went into prelaunch sequence where Tim shares a lot of valuable content.
The Commission Overload includes over 15 hours of valuable training for affiliates and internet marketers who want to learn how to promote their products and services on the internet.
The course consists of 3 modules.
First module is called “Make Commissions Today” and in this part of the course marketers will learn some very valuable lessons on how they can start implementing strategies that work fast and can effectively generate affiliate commissions in a short period of time. This part of the training alone has over 5 hours of content that will be presented in a step by step format.
Second module which Tim calls “CPA Cash” is going to show affiliate marketers how to properly promote CPA offers on the internet. This part of the course covers a lot of topics related to CPA marketing and how to drive targeted traffic to these offers.
Some of the techniques revealed by Time Atkinson inside this module are a little controversial and have already generated a lot of buzz in the internet marketing world.
The last module of the Commission Overload training course takes marketers behind the scenes of a real 7 figure internet business that Tim has created. This part of the course is going to teach some very cutting edge strategies that work today and are proven to generate real results.
Tim Atkinson is going to open the registration for his Commission Overload couching program on March 28.
During the prelaunch sequence Tim is giving away a lot of prizes and a lot of free valuable content free of charge.
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