Greetings Caribbean Lovers!
Join Us as we Work like Coaches, Get Paid like CEOS and Party like Rock Stars!
I'm Mark Armstrong. I'm an "un-retired" Entrepreneur building a crew of committed professionals looking to spread opportunity throughout the Caribbean.
Join our group of committed professionals looking to spread opportunity throughout the Caribbean. The Islanders need growth-hack type training in digital marketing and tourism promotion.
3 things we’re gonna get done.
1. Work like Coaches. Teach the Young Islanders. Give them our knowledge about Digital & Social Media Marketing. Then unleash their new marketing know-how on the Island’s Hotels, Resorts & other businesses.
2. As one of our certified Coaches, you’ll get paid like a CEO.
3. You will Party like a RockStar on some of the most beautiful islands on the planet.
The map below shows how I've managed to blanket the #Caribbean, The BEST of the Caribbean with The "BEST of "Domain names. All domains start with "I have every island and country that touches the Caribbean covered. I'm going to be leading a "ChromeBook Lifestyle" for the rest of my life and work from the most beautiful places on earth-whenever I feel like it.
Click on the red triangle of your favorite island and watch their Island Video.
What is all of this?
I originally planned to raise money from Caribbean Island governments and Socially Conscious Angel Investors to build Tech Academies on each island.
The idea was to provide the Caribbean Islanders with training in Digital Marketing so they could earn a great living on their own islands.
Most people don't realize that Islanders have to leave their tropical paradise and go to places like Miami, New York, London etc to get jobs.
Because most are Black and unsophisticated and/or uneducated, they end up driving Taxis, cleaning toilets or doing landscaping. The cost of living for them becomes very high in their new city and there's little left to send back to their families at home.
My idea was that they could work on Web Development and Social Media Marketing for the Resorts and Tourism industry. This is what most of the Caribbean economy entails. The islands would get more publicity, the hotels would sell more rooms and the trickle down effect for the rest of the population would lift everyone. So, a win for everyone involved.
I might still do that. But, I'm not a kid anymore. haha
Or, I might package up everything and sell off to a company or organization that wants to dominate their space in the Caribbean.
A Cruise company. Airline. Hotel Chain. An Online booking company like, Expedia. An AirBNB competitor, maybe? There are a lot of possibilities.
Just look at the potential. WikiPedia already did my homework.
You see, when people search for anything travel related, they ALWAYS search for "Best of." Don't you? Who doesn't want the 'Best?"
KA$H & KARMA! What could be better than that?
My "Territory." The Caribbean Sea. More than 1 million Sq. Miles. LOTS of Opportunity to make YOUR Fortune as one of my Partners, while we train the Caribbean Islanders how to earn a good living from their homes.
Unlimited SEO Possibilities-LOOK!
But, if you search each island using "Best of (that island) More than 1 billion hits combine. That's Billion with a "B"!
That's why I assembled this bad-assed business plan. I knew it could be a Billion dollar idea while helping others who need help the most-The Caribbean Islanders.
It was always a dream of mine to work in paradise as a Coach to the Islanders, get paid like a CEO & "Party like a Rockstar."
Maybe this could be your dream, too. Or better yet, join my crew and turn your dream into reality.
Look at this! Just one tiny Island, Anguilla, has MORE hits from Google for "Best Of" than the ENTIRE Caribbean!
(have you ever even heard of "Anguilla" before?)
Anguilla's population is ONLY 15,094. About 50,000 Tourists visit Anguilla annually. Yet, it has MORE Than Twenty-Nine MILLION hits from Google. 29 Million!!!
Tiny Aruba, part of the ABC Island chain has a population of ONLY 102,911, yet has SEVENTEEN MILLION Hits for "Best of" on Google.
1.5 million tourists per year visit Aruba, with nearly 60% of those from the United States
Best Of DR.tv
You get the picture? You can do more searches on these if you're still not convinced. This is going to be HUGE!