Stephen Pierce - Internet Marketer-Completes Internet Campaign to Feed 1 Million Children in 4 Day
May 29 - Singapore - Despite being one of the most successful and well-known Internet marketers on the planet these days, Stephen Pierce still remembers what it’s like to go hungry.
That is one of the reasons why Pierce - that was in a gang in Washington, that was once shot in the leg that has declared bankruptcy, and that went homeless before turning his life around - has just finished an ambitious 4-day fundraising effort to feed 1 million starving children around the world.
The effort occurred live in front of over 2,000 individuals, in less than 72 hours, by May 26-29 in the World Internet Mega Summit that took place this week in the Singapore Expo.
“To accomplish this goal of ingesting a million children, I’ve written a free report called ‘The Power of the Third Influence’ where I share the secrets that turned my life around years back,” Pierce said. “And every time someone visited our website and downloaded a free copy, I have donated a plate of food to a hungry kid.”
“Every day millions of children are going to bed hungry,” Pierce continued. “I wish to provide 1 million children with plates of food - and now I’m using all that I have learned about Internet Marketing to spread the word with this free ‘viral marketing’ success report.
Not only did people who contributed to the campaign feed starving children, they will also fed their minds with success secrets from one of the leading Internet marketers.
Pierce’s free account comprises such never before revealed information as:
* How Pierce went from having two cents to his name to making millions of dollars online
* How to turn around your life with a simple change of association
* How to double your productivity and get all the right things done
“Here is the bottom line,” Pierce said. “Children around the world are dying cause they don’t have some food to eat. They’re suffering … BUT that does not need to be the end of the story! We can assist. We can really make a difference. We each can feed a starving kid.”
Pierce never had one doubt in his mind that he really could feed 1 million children in just four times.
“Here in Singapore this week I wished to demonstrate the sheer ability of technologies to facilitate and to mobilize masses of people for a worthy charitable cause like feeding hungry children in the developing world. We all know about the speed and interconnectivity of the Internet for business purposes or for online retailing, but how much better is it to harness those characteristics to do something really worthwhile in life? I think that we’ve proved the humane side of the Web over the span of just four days in Singapore,” said Pierce.
On accepting the funds on behalf of Feed The Children Kym Ng said, “I think it’s amazing what Stephen has achieved and a great lesson for many Singaporeans too on the way the Internet may be used for the advantage of humankind, in addition to for business success. It’s a joy for me to take this generous donation on behalf of Feed The Children.”
Pierce is no stranger to spontaneous fund raising efforts in this way. For Hurricane Katrina relief, Stephen Pierce raised over US$621,000 in a similar fashion to this week’s Online promotional fundraiser in Singapore.