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FOUND: An alternative business career using online search skills
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By: Dennis Lowery Email Article
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If you are getting tired of working for someone else or would like to explore how to make more money and develop an alternative career that can free you from your current job ... then please give this article a thorough read. It discusses how to take skills you may already possess and interest you may already have to help you start a brand new career or explore alternatives to what you are doing now.

Chances are that you are reading this article online or found it online and printed it out to read later. The internet has become a powerful and essential tool for many people for information, entertainment and education. But did you know that you can use a simple a tool as your web browser and internet access to make money from what you find online?

Yes, you can and this article will tell you how you can do it.

There are many industries that the concept we are going to discuss could be applied to but we are going to focus specifically on one: the Mergers & Acquisitions Industry (M&A).

The M&A business for many years was predominantly limited to ‘insiders’ who had connections with each other (it was called, the ‘old boys’ network). These ‘insiders’ made millions of dollars by sharing information between themselves as to which companies were for sale and who wanted to buy them. As mergers and acquisitions “matchmakers” (also called “finders’’), they brought the “seller” and “buyer” together and made their huge finder’s fees.

Now all that has changed; the Internet makes it possible for anyone using a computer to research and access business information that was previously hard to find and often available only to the ol’ boy ‘insiders’. And you can earn a finder or referral fee for introducing business buyers and sellers that result in a closed transaction.

Let’s approach our discussion on this in the form of a Question & Answer session:

Is the Mergers and Acquisitions business really that profitable?

Absolutely. And being a finder for M&A deals can be a very lucrative home-based profession.

You can think of it like being a real estate broker, only you match buyers and sellers of businesses, instead of homes. As a real estate broker you can sell a house for $100,000 or you can sell a house for $1 million. The more expensive the house, the more commission you earn. M&A finder or referral fees can be a lot more, since businesses transactions can be quite larger than a residential real-estate transaction.

M&A Deal Finders do matchmaking with businesses that have at least $1 million in sales and go all the way up to $100 million in sales, on that basis alone; being a matchmaker in acquisitions and mergers is a much more profitable business than being a real estate broker.

You are an intelligent person, but you don’t have an MBA degree or a law degree; will you be able to do Mergers and Acquisitions matchmaking?

To answer this question, let’s take our example of being a real estate broker. You show a home for sale, the buyer either likes the home or they don’t. If they don’t like it, you take them to another home until they find the one they want. Mergers and Acquisitions works exactly the same way, only you use the power and information found on the internet to find what business buyers and investors are looking for and then find business owners and sellers that match what the buyers/investors are looking for … and all of the research is done on the computer using the internet to find businesses. Obviously having specialized learning, education or training will be of help to you in any business but you do not have to be a lawyer, CPA or have an MBA in order to be a successful Finder.

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Gerald Newman, attorney and businessman, has spent over 30 years buying/selling businesses and helping others to do so. Visit www.GetPaidFinderFees.com for more information about his program. Dennis Lowery is a business consultant, has helped private & public companies grow through strategic acquisition. He writes on a number of business topics sharing his broad experience with business people around the world.

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