Top 7 Online Business Models with Australian Business Broker & Lifestyle Entrepreneur Jock Purtle (Episode #32)

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to create an online business that runs with no office, no to minimal virutual staff, and the complete freedom to travel around the world for 3/4 of the year while buying and selling online businesses?

If you have, then you’re gonna love today’s exclusive interview with Australian entrepreneur Jock Purtel.

Yanik Silver Underground X

Online Business Broker Jock Purtle Speaking at Yanik Silvers “Underground X Event”

Well if you have then you’re in luck because Jock Purtle from Sydney Austrailia has done exactly this and now brokers online businesses from his laptop while traveing through the U.S. and Europe for 9 months of the year.  And not only that but on this exclusive interview you’ll learn about the 7 Top Business Models according to statistical multiplyers for those of you who are interested in how to create an accurate value for your online business.

So whether you’ve thought of buying an existing online business, or selling your current business for a chunk of cash, be sure to listen to this entire episode because it’ll help you get clear on your next move.


Resources mentioned on today’s show:

Jock Purtle

Top 7 Business Models Report

Quotes from today’s show:

“It’s hard to steer a parked car” – Unknown

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Comments 3

  1. Loree

    Hey Gabe this cuts off way to soon . It stops at 10:29 last thing he says is by selling it ,it would free up more opportunties for me 🙁

  2. gabestrom

    I tried it on the Itunes app on my phone and it’s playing all the way to the end of the interview. Not sure why the website widget is only playing to the 10:29 mark but you can listen to it all the way through on your phone. Thanks for the heads up Loree

  3. delu

    It’s the same for me: it stops at 10:29. I get the same result on the iphone, on itunes and on the website…

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