The book provides a digital instruction manual that teaches readers how to set up their own business as a self-employed escort or agency.
The book “The Poor Man’s Guide to Being an Escort or Operating an Escort Agency: No Internet or Website Required” by author Karl Crossfield was just published. It outlines the steps necessary to establish a self-employed escort/agency using the instructions in the book.
The book includes detailed instructions for establishing an escort agency that even a layperson can follow. Six chapters that each focus on a different aspect of starting an escort agency make up the book.
The book is divided into the following chapters:
- – Why set up an escort agency?
- – Creating the agency
- – Recruiting escorts
- – Advertising business
- – Operating agency
- – Final thoughts
The book’s 74 pages make for a quick read with a wealth of information that is effectively conveyed.
According to Karl Crossfield, “I built my escorting business without the internet or a lot of money. I did, however, focus on a few straightforward steps. I’ve outlined the specific steps I took to launch my business in this book. Everything is covered in the book, including initial market research, branding, hiring, and growth. The book can be useful if you want to succeed in this field.
Regarding the author:
Since he was just 10 years old, Karl Crossfield has been an entrepreneur, chasing (and catching) the buzz of success. He started his first business back then by gathering used soda bottles.
Regarding the book:
Karl Crossfield recently published “The Poor Man’s Guide to Being an Escort or Operating an Escort Agency: No Internet or Website Required” on Amazon. One can start their own business as a self-employed escort/agency by following the instructions in the book.
Find the book on Amazon.com.