Late Night Internet Marketing Announces New Series of Educational Resources

Late Night Internet Marketing Announces New Series of Educational Resources

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Shorter-format podcasts from Late Night Internet Marketing will focus on maximizing information delivery.

Allen, TX, United States of America – April 2, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Late Night Internet Marketing announced the recent inception of a new series of podcasts. Releasing under the title of the Late Night Internet Marketing Minute, the talks will focus on delivering easily digestible Internet marketing insights and background information. Clocking in shorter than the Late Night Internet Marketing podcast which inspired them, the installments of the new series will aim at maximizing the amount of information delivered in a short period of time.

“With the Late Night Internet Marketing podcast now approaching its 75th episode,” company founder Mark Mason said, “we wanted to try distilling some of the most important marketing basics into bite-sized pieces. This new series of podcasts will serve as a great supplement to our existing one, as it will help newcomers come up to speed especially quickly.” Available free of charge at company website http://www.latenightim.com/, the podcasts begin with topics aimed at introducing complete beginners to the subject of Internet marketing, walking them through the concepts and techniques needed to create successful businesses of their own.

Late Night Internet Marketing’s founder, Mark Mason, became interested in the potential of Internet marketing in 2007. After sorting through the various resources that were available at that time, and more than occasionally finding himself having gone down dead ends, he decided to create a destination that would centralize everything neophyte Internet marketers would need to know. That led naturally to the launching of the Late Night Internet Marketing podcast, a series of monologues and informal talks with industry luminaries which has become one of the most popular in the sector.

“We’ve focused since the beginning on the potential that Internet marketing has for building profitable part-time businesses,” Mason continued, “and these new, shorter talks are designed to mesh perfectly with the busy schedules of our active followers.” Mason himself continues to pursue a full-time career in the technology industry, with his Internet marketing activities providing a substantial part-time income. His Late Night Internet Marketing venture has consistently focused on enabling others to create the same sorts of arrangements.

The long-running and highly regarded Late Night Internet Marketing podcast itself will continue bringing its informative content to listeners with its existing format and schedule. The shorter Marketing Minute podcasts will supplement these longer talks on an occasional basis, with new episodes being released as Mason feels that topics dictate. With four episodes of this newer line of talks already released, response has been uniformly positive. The initial installment of the series helped listeners understand the basic nature of Internet marketing, while the episodes following have tackled more advanced topics in a similarly succinct way.

About Late Night Internet Marketing:
The brainchild of technology industry professional Mark Mason, Late Night Internet Marketing offers educational resources, insights, and guidance for those hoping to build profitable part-time Internet marketing businesses.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.latenightim.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Mason
Email: press@masonworld.com
Phone: 214-444-8655
Organization: Late Night Internet Marketing

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