My Unfair Advantage Omar Martin Marketing Coaching Membership Program Launched

An updated version of “My Unfair Advantage” was officially launched. The marketing coaching membership program offers unlimited access to webinars, live coaching sessions, exclusive Facebook livestreams, premium software and many other features.

Wanchai,, Hong Kong - November 24, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Professional marketers Omar and Melinda Martins launched an updated version of their highly-successful “My Unfair Advantage”, a marketing mentoring program offering participants access to training webinars, live coaching, premium software and other features.

More information can be found at http://letsgolook.at/MyUnfairAdvantage.

Online marketing has seen important developments in recent years, as more and more people become accustomed to using the internet to find products, services and businesses.

“My Unfair Advantage” was created by Omar and Melinda Martins to help marketers implement the most effective marketing practices in promoting their or their clients’ products and services.

The online coaching program offers participants immediate access to the entire webinar archive covering a variety of topics, including product creation, list building, sales funnel development and many others.

As well as having access to the entire past collection, participants can join live weekly coaching sessions held every Thursday at 9:00 PM EST. These 2-4 hours episodes cover current marketing topics, with Omar and Melinda answering members’ questions and showing actionable strategies for improved marketing success.

Weekly Facebook livestreaming is also available, with access restricted to “My Unfair Advantage” members.

Anyone subscribing to “My Unfair Advantage” gets immediate access to bonus courses including “Step by Step Product Creation”, “List Bolt” and others.

The active community around the coaching program includes thousands of members from around the world, the live platform ensuring that all new members benefit from 24/7 peer-to-peer support.

A satisfied member said: “I’ve learned a lot from Omar and Melinda. Their depth of knowledge about online marketing is helping me take what works online and build my “side hustle”. Learning everything from scratch is fine if you have unlimited time and no bills to pay but learning from experienced marketers who’ve already stumbled, failed, figured it out and suceeded… That’s hard to put a price on.”

Interested clients can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website, as well as at http://muncheye.com/omar-melinda-martin-my-unfair-advantage.

Contact Info:
Name: Mindquo
Organization: Muncheye
Address: 8 Hennessy Road, Wanchai,, Hong Kong Island 999077

For more information, please visit http://muncheye.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 268611

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