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With his steadfast reputation for success and ever-increasing influence in the online marketing industry, John Chow is nothing short of an Internet marketing guru. So, when TheMail had the opportunity to chat with him at the San Diego VIP MeetUp last week, we jumped at the chance to talk to John and find out what he’s been up to, and what he’s planning on doing next.

Perhaps the most interesting part of the conversation was John’s take on the future of online advertising and online product marketing, and where he thinks it’s heading.

“I think there will always be a need for Internet marketing products, just like there will always be a need for people to lose weight or gain weight or attract the opposite sex; making more money online, or just making more money in general is a niche that will never, ever wear out” he stated. “Over time it just shifts, now we’re doing Internet, in the next five years who knows, might be mobile.”

To find out more about what John is up to, his new products, and his industry insights, make sure to watch the full interview above, and check out his website at http://www.johnchow.com.

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Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is an online marketing industry veteran, and the founder of TheMail.

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