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Anthony Sarandrea spent his youth dreaming of making his millions in health and fitness. He wanted to inspire others to change their lives for the better, but he quickly grew disillusioned with the industry’s obsession for quick fixes and ineffective fads.
He soon realized that his energy was better spent elsewhere, and so Anthony moved his attentions to the finance sector. He realized that while quick fixes didn’t exist for health and fitness, they definitely existed for insurance and credit, and people were just as eager to listen to them.
Before long, Anthony had built an online empire dedicated to helping Americans manage their finances.
But he didn’t stop there.
He moved into the education, employment, and insurance sectors, providing consumers with assistance in all aspects of their life. His sites became a go-to source of invaluable information, one where consumers could instantly be connected with life-changing financial solutions, low-cost insurance providers, and everything else they required.
They were always one click away—the quick fix that everyone wants.
Anthony’s unique understanding of consumer needs and trends has helped him to stay on top over the last few years. It also helped his businesses to resist some of the decline witnessed by the Coronavirus pandemic, because by focusing on the most basic financial needs of every American, he had essentially, and potentially unwittingly, made his businesses recession-proof.
After succeeding with his own businesses, which are now run by a team of skilled developers, researchers, legal experts, writers, and marketers, Anthony’s services were sought by many of the country’s biggest e-commerce companies, all seeking ways to increase their ROI.
The young entrepreneur spends his days overseeing his businesses, giving talks, and consulting with clients all over the world. His companies include SiteFlood, through which Anthony and his team provide an array of marketing, PPC, and SEO services, and PocketYourDollars, which forms a part of his internet empire.