About

“Less hype – more help”

You don’t have to know everything about online marketing, just what works.

I get it… you’re busy and probably a bit overwhelmed.

You just want to know how to build a high-traffic website that’s growing an audience, subscribers and converting a healthy number of those visitors into sales…without losing your mind or killing yourself, right?

Well, that’s simple…

Look for entrepreneurs, marketers, start-up founders and CEO’s who have the results you want, learn their strategies for success and model them in your business or for your clients.

But the problem is…

…it’s hard to separate the hype from the help because internet marketing training and education is filled with obnoxious yellow highlighter happy, HYPE MONKEY, get-rich “gurus.”

It’s hard to take these hype monkeys seriously, isn’t it?

That’s why I’m dedicated to profiling the best, brightest and most successful entrepreneurs, marketers and CEO’s to give you their strategies and tools.

My name is Jason Bax and I’m NOT a “guru,” although I have some accomplishments.

1. Bootstrapped a niche blog network that attracted 6-figures in visitor traffic a month.

The income generated from my online business allowed me the time freedom to pursue a full-time acting career – appearing in shows like Fringe, Sanctuary, Legally Speaking, Supernatural and dozens of commercials for IBM, Tabasco, Nissan, Fisher Price, Mattel, Hasbro, Campbell’s  Soup, etc… I was even Captain Morgan.

If you have a TV, you’ve seen my face on it.

2. Sold $4M in 12-months of software and training for the Internet Marketing Center

3. Developed and executed the online strategy for a multimillion dollar web-based nutritional supplement company that increased revenues 42% in 11-months.

4. Increased paid newsletter sales over 900% in 3-months for multimillion dollar financial portal, Stockhouse.com.

Oh, I almost forgot.

I’m the owner and CEO of www.InternetMarketing.com

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“The essence of strategy is choosing what not to do.” 

~ Michael E. Porter, Professor
Harvard Business School