Welcome to Internet to the MAX
"Your Search Engine and Website Traffic Optimization Source"

Marketing using the internet and emails is one
of the most cost effective methods
of getting sales but it just one element
in a well coordinated marketing campaign.


It has many pitfalls that cause a business not
to get the desired results.


We are offering a service to build a team of specialists
to handle each aspect of internet marketing.  No one person has all the information and skills needed, so we contract with an assortment of experts who are specialists in each aspect below.  If you are such an expert, please email us to apply to join our team.


  1. Search Engine Optimization Expert
  2. Website Search Engine PageRank / Relevancy Expert
  3. Email Capturing Expert
  4. Targeted and Opt-in Email Marketing Expert
  5. Intelligent Scheduled Autoresponder Expert
  6. Opening/Expanding New Selling Channel Expert
  7. Business List Expert
  8. Website/eCommerce Effectiveness Expert
  9. Monthly Tune-up and Analysis Expert
  10. Public Relations Firm to help coordinate
                and keep marketing message on track
  11. Monthly Monitoring and Reporting Expert
  12. Setting up Affiliate Programs to build a passive sales force
                 your products and a passive income stream for the
                 products of others






Hit Counter


Companies are realizing that internet based techniques and strategies must be approached as they would with any traditional marketing activity. The fundamental questions must still be addressed

  • Who are our customers/prospects?
  • What are the competitors doing?
  • What are the channel dynamics, challenges and potential missed channels?
  • Which marketing mix strategies are most cost effective?
  • What is the response time?
  • What will we make a return on investment?
The learning curve of this still world is being addressed.  From hard-learned lessons new business, pricing, distribution and advertising models are emerging.

A Snapshot of The Internet and the World Wide Web

The Internet is a complex system of computer networks. Anyone with a computer interface (PC, laptop, PDA, etc.) and the ability to access the network (wireless modem, telephone line, cable,) can easily hook into the system.

The World Wide Web is a software application that runs on the Internet. It provides the platform that incorporates text, video, graphic and audio functions. Consider the “Web” as the user-friendly interface that brings the Internet to life.

The Changing Profile of Internet Users

At the start of the Internet’s history, the typical user was a high-income, young man. It’s not surprising that the people who developed the system would be its most dominant customers.

However, the overall demographic profile (U.S.) is shifting to reflect the average population. Many analysts, including those from the Yankee Group, report that the Internet is now reaching the mass consumer market. Cheaper computer prices, cultural acceptance and the ubiquitous influence of the Internet are influencing the online surge of new users.

A significant finding from the Yankee Group’s Interactive Consumer Survey (IAC) 2000 indicates the Internet is losing its mystique. For many the Internet has become an integral part of the daily lives of household users. According to the Yankee Group study, 87% of respondents logged online at least once a day.


As users gain a greater comfort level interacting with the Web and begin to establish trust among the Web sites they visit, it is logical to assume that online buying will continue to escalate.

In a study released May 2001, the Boston Consulting Group projected $65 billion in North American online sales for 2001. This represents a 45 percent increase from 2000 purchases.

Another strong signal that the Internet is becoming more entrenched in daily life is the increase in time spent online. Based on a study from Media Metrics, the average user in the United States spends approximately 40 minutes a day on the Internet compared to 30 minutes online in 2000.


When it comes to B2B, Jupiter Media Metrixorecasts that most business-to-business companies will eventually move online even though purchasing agents plan to conduct only 20 percent of their transactions via the Internet by 2002. Jupiter predicates that 85% of online transactions will occur between buyers and sellers who have established relationships.

Forrester projects that online worldwide commerce, including both business-to-consumer and business-to-business, will reach $6.8 trillion in 2004. North America will capture $3.5 trillion.

Business and marketing on the Internet continues to explode. With easier access to computers, greater acceptance from the general public and faster connectivity the Internet is becoming the channel of choice for gathering information, and for some early adopters, the commerce medium of choice as well.





Cougar Mountain SW

Please let us know what info we can send you now and what are the areas that are of most important to your organization.

Please fill in below, or call us on (714) 228-5444 or fax us at (800) 531-2944...

First Name (optional):
Last Name (optional):
Title (optional):
Organization (optional):
Work Phone (optional):
FAX (optional):
E-mail (required):                      
URL (optional):
Number of Concurrent Users (required):  

What info can we send you?

Select the area(s) that you are interested in:


Accounts Payable Module
Accounts Receivable Module
Bank Reconciliation Module
eMailing from Cougar
Excel integration

General Ledger  Module
Inventory incl. MRP      
Job Costing Module
Order Entry Module              
Payroll Module                   
Purchase Order Module            
Point of Sale Module   
Backing Up Tools
Credit Card SW
          & Merchant Accts
Credit & Collection Tools
Contact Mgt (CRM)
Data Exchg (import/export)
eCommerce Interface
           or Shopping Cart

Bar Coding Options
Fixed Assets
Fund Accounting
Forms for Cougar              
Faxing out of Cougar
Graphing for Cougar
Human Resource Tools Hardware-Computers, etc.
Internal Control Tools
Kit (Office Templates)
Lookups Enhancement
Lists (Business Lists)
Management Tools
Networking Issues
Speeding Things UP
Reporting Enhanced & Custom     
Security Tools
Shipping Tools                  
Sales Management Tools        
System Tools                    
Training Options                
Troubleshooting Tools      
Tax Tools (income & Sales Tax)
Wireless Tools









Author information goes here.
Copyright 2008 GPS Financial Services. All rights reserved.
Revised: 09/06/08

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Table of Contents