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IPas2 Internet Marketing System Offers Free and Instant Access during Pre-Launch

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Brooklyn, NY – May 4, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

After more than four years in development, iPas2 is almost ready to be launched and for those who have been anxiously awaiting its arrival, co-founder Chris Jones is offering a special pre-launch offer of free and instant access to those who sign up now. After its official launch, those who wish to take advantage of the new and improved iPas2 system will have to purchase it. This special offer is now available at http://www.ipaslaunch.com.

iPas2 (Internet Prospect Acceleration System) is a funded proposal and marketing suite that provides both beginner and experienced Internet marketers all the tools and training they need to create a successful online business. It is an online marketing system created by Internet marketers for Internet marketers, making it the most comprehensive program available today. Features of the iPas2 program include:

• Elite online marketing training
• Proven lead capture/management system
• Live training with six- and seven-figure earners
• Traffic generation coaching program (for low cost, viral and paid)
• Live phone and chat support
• Up to 100% Commission Structure

The iPas2 program has easy-to-follow, clear steps and straightforward “To Do” lists, covering everything about the online marketing industry from A to Z and making it easy for even the most technically-challenged to earn money online. Successful business coaches support the program’s online teaching of marketing processes including: how sales funnels work; benefits of the funded proposal; how to build a list; traffic generation techniques and how to position yourself to make the most money online.

Those who used the original iPas system hold it responsible for helping them begin their online marketing careers. One of those people is David Lelong, who made over $10,000 online using the first iPas system (Disclaimer: his results are not typical). According to Chris Jones, the iPas2 system, with its expanded features, has the potential to help users make $20,000 within the next few weeks during the pre-launch period.

To help everyone gain access to the free pre-launch offer, David Lelong has put links on his website for instant access to the program. Visitors to his site can also read his full iPas2 review.

About iPas2

No other online marketing system provides the step-by-step guidance on funded proposal sales funnels, wealth-building training and high-level payout than the iPas2 program. More than 100,000 man hours in research and development has resulted in a comprehensive online marketing program with the largest verified conversion rates of any other program on the Internet. Join the throngs of successful online marketers using iPas2 already in pre-launch, by visiting http://www.ipaslaunch.com and receiving the free and instant access pre-launch offer today!

Contact: David Lelong
201-743-8081 or david@davidlelong.com
45 Main St., Suite 515
Brooklyn, NY 11201

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