Kevin J. Timothy is a blogger from Trinidad and Tobago but grew up in Tampa Bay, Florida. He is a veteran of the US Army and an avid explorer. He was first introduced to the network marketing and work from home industries in 2000.
Over the past 15+ years Kevin was fortunate enough to have learned various techniques and strategies of the business. This then, is the purpose of this website. Not only is it the official online home for Kevin, but it’s also a hub where one can receive information on things business related.
Want to know how to generate traffic for your small business or website? Here is where you will locate that type of information. Curious about his passions, hobbies, and interests? Here is also the place for that. Ultimately, the goal is reaching one to teach one.
Kevin Timothy also wants others to know that there is no special education needed to actually earn income online. You actually do not even need some form of infinite knowledge to use the internet to make more money. And this is the motive – to convey that anyone can do it.
Here are some other facets of business that Kevin J. Timothy is experienced in:
- SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
- Email Marketing
- Blogging / Content Creation
- Web Design
- Lead and Prospect Generation
- Basic HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)
- eBay Seller (since 2008)
- Ad Design & Distribution
- Attraction Marketing
- Traffic Creation
- Network Marketing
Aside from online business Kevin is usually found watching (and cheering wholeheartedly for) any University of Florida Gators sporting event. From gymnastics to volleyball, softball to track and field; if its related to the Gators he is locked in.
Kevin J. Timothy is also a husband and father, so not everything will be all business on this website.
He also has an interest in fishing, horticulture, photography, architecture, history, Jeopardy and Shark Tank.
Yes…he’s quite the self-proclaimed knowledge nut.
Kevin also has a passion for many genres of music, and spanning many decades. As a descendant from a pair of musically inclined parents (and a product of the 1980s), he takes music very seriously.
According to Kevin he “listens with an analytical ear.” He appreciates the instrumentals of music, ignoring the diluted glamour of pop.