About Raam

Bio

Raam Anand, a well known Internet Marketer, Author and Speaker, is popularly known as the Online Marketing Strategist. He trains people, coaches his students and leads them in their businesses and helps them achieve their dreams.

Raam founded infoYOGIS, an Internet Marketing Agency, considered today as Asia's LARGEST in terms of size and employs more than 100 full time online marketing experts.

He was involved in systems programming to some of the leading banks and financial institutions in core areas like online banking, ATM interface, asset management, online transaction processing, inter-branch networking and so on.

Since 1992, Raam has served in leading positions like Technical Director of PSL, Managing Director of Tempus Data Services, CEO of infoYOGIS, besides being an active adviser to several leading financial institutions and marketing companies.

Raam stepped into Internet Marketing in the year 2003 and since then, he has published several highly successful software programs, eBooks and special reports. His home study course - Site Launch System - received a lot of praise and started a new market in the industry that many other people followed.

His Content-N-Cash software program sold several hundred copies and his Internet Marketing services has attracted accolades from leading marketers.

Raam is also the go-to expert for designing and implementing SALES FUNNELS for businesses. He has helped people get more targeted leads, convert many of them into paying customers and gain tons of credibility, by implementing strategic SALES FUNNELS. Business owners seek Raam's insights in developing effective Sales Funnels because of his vast experience, marketing know-how, strategic techniques he brings in, powerful psychological mental triggers that he adds to the equation and most importantly, it works brilliantly in achieving their online marketing goals.

Raam is the creator of Million Dollar Site Launch System, a home study course that includes his world-famous i5 Framework to launch and promote websites, available at http://www.SiteLaunchSystem.com

Raam's company, infoYOGIS, employs over 100 full time experts and caters to the SERVICES industry, with clients from all corners of the globe, including the US, the UK, Germany, France, Australia, Belgium, Italy, Denmark, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Hong Kong etc.

Hundreds of clients have sent unsolicited testimonials and loads of appreciation for his efforts and -thank-you-notes- for his valuable and timely advice on Search Engine Marketing, SEO, Social Media Marketing and Internet Marketing.

Raam regularly speaks at Internet Marketing seminars and conduct workshops, bootcamps and mastermind sessions. As the CEO of infoYOGIS, he also provide consulting services for large companies throughout the world.

Other than being a sought-after coach, thoughtful trainer and a well-known business leader followed by his students, Raam is also serving as the managing trustee of a non-profit institution, engaged in charity, education and research.

Languages

English, Hindi, Kannada, Spanish

Areas of Expertise

Social Media, Online Marketing, Author - Speaker, Business Leadership and Management, Marketing and Sales, Writing and Speaking- about anything dealing with the experience, Digital Marketing | Social Media | Internet & Mobile Marketing, Internet Marketing Consultant, Coach - Business, Internet Marketing Trainer

An idea worth spreading

"NOBODY should be living below their means"- India is the land of the rising billion and "India Needs Millionaires" - Making money is not a sin. It can create a lot of new opportunities and makes life easier for not only the person who earns a lot of money but also cascades into several layers down the line. Instead of teaching our children, especially in India, to study well, find a job, get married, raise a huge housing loan and spend the rest of their lives struggling to clear debt and raise their children and pushing them into the same rate-race.... they need to be taught about ENTREPRENEURIAL attitudes. Provide our young children with key KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and EXPERTISE to raise above and have fulfilling lives than teaching them to living below their means.

I'm passionate about

Teaching, Coaching and Sharing my experience. I have traveled the world twice and run my own IM Agency, considered as the LARGEST in Asia and I'm passionate about teaching people replicate my success.

Talk to me about

Speaking at events, Entrepreneurial education, Mentoring youth, Starting and running businesses, Online Marketing, Social media and of course, writing and educational activities.

People don't know I'm good at

Mentoring, Speaking, Coaching and Training.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Raam Anand
Posted over 1 year ago
Schools are terrible places for children.
It depends on the where the schools are... (that you are referring). I had a great schooling time, and I still have contact with my elementary/high school teachers, who played key roles in shaping my present (and future). The one thing that I agree with you might be what people do in schools. Nowadays, it's not the teachers nor the children that are important in schools --- it is rather focused at pleasing parents. Children are pounded with new things to learn and remember, when technology is making "fact-based-learning" obsolete. Before the advent of the Internet (in it's current form), schools were teaching children to "remember" facts and reproduce those facts in examinations. Now, Google can do all that. So, you idea is... when you can have a device that can remember all the facts, then why put years of effort on learning just a small portion of it? Instead, schools can teach children CREATIVITY -- how to make use of the information available to create new things -- in other innovation. Thank you.
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Raam Anand
Posted over 1 year ago
Are reality shows good for society?
Great topic... can lead to a lot of controversy or arguments. On one side, people ask producers to keep things to as real as possible instead of narrating fiction... on the other end of the spectrum, the same producers are bombarded with people asking them to express creativity!! So, fiction and reality are the 2 ends of the spectrum. But, when it comes to being good for the society, one should think about the "Message" that is being broadcast. Every program has a message and people have to judge the content by the message that is delivered. TV content producers (and even newsprint editors) leverage the functions of Brain to their advantage. There's a small organ in the brain called - amygdala... which prepares us for the fight/flight response. This used to be a very useful functionality, until recently. During the last 3 centuries, due to massive development of communication, travel and interaction, it is working counter-productively. For thousands of years, human beings were usually 'locked-in' to local surroundings and hence the "amygdala" played a key role in the survival of species. However, today, when are no longer bound to any geographic region, coupled with exposure to "dangers" from all around the world in the form of news, tv, internet and other media, the function of amygdala is questionable. Whether a danger is happening right next to you or thousands of miles away, the amygdala still responds to stimulus... and THIS is a strategy used by media to get the attention of their audience. There's a lot more to discuss about this topic. That's it for now. Click "Like" button if you liked this response. Thanks, Raam --
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Raam Anand
Posted over 1 year ago
Do you believe the human brain will continue to increase its capabilities?
I believe that the Brain can develop even further. It is part of evolution and that's the progression... leading to even more development of mankind. To quote an example, when I look at my 12-year old son's school books, they are being taught (and they get to know) way more knowledge, insights and skills than us at the same age. What we were knowing at, probably, 16, they already know at 12. Technology, communication, language and many other factors are responsible for even more brain development.
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Raam Anand
Posted over 1 year ago
What are the challenges that gifted and creative individuals face at present?
Great question Sherrlene Uy, Gifted and Creative individuals have special faculties, either born with or developed over time. The biggest challenge that I have seen such people face are... #1. Inability to EXPRESS their creativity so that other people understand #2. Lack of knowledge that their special skills are indeed special (they think everybody has it!!) #3. Being in the wrong neighborhood (means... no recognition) I wonder what others would be saying. Also, let me know what you think... and "Like" this answer if you do. Raam --
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Raam Anand
Posted over 1 year ago
Can Money Buy Happiness?
Hi Mohammad, Why do you ask that? Anyway, my answer would be "Yes, of course!" Richness (and happiness) are relative terms. They have different meanings to different people.
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Raam Anand
Posted over 1 year ago
Audio considerations in contact centers/call centers.
Improving the customer-experience should go hand-in-hand with improving working conditions. I definitely agree to your argument here. I personally love to be working in an acoustically-engineered spaces than working in noisy environments, unless you are working in a rock-band or a musical group. Productivity definitely goes up.