Affiliate Marketing Secrets

Posted September 30th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Affiliate Marketing

Learn Top Affiliate Secrets

If you want to get started quickly and easily making money online, then affiliate marketing is for you. Affiliate marketing means that all you do is send traffic to someone else’s website, they make the sale and deliver the product, and you get a percentage of the sale price as your commission, which for digital products can be 50% of more.

Here’s just a few benefits

  1. You’re able to start instantly without having to create a product, set up a website and sales page, design the website, develop marketing materials, or do support, billing and maintenance.
  2. It runs on auto-pilot for you because you don’t have to do the customer support or deal with billing or technical issues.
  3. Your efforts are risk-free, because the product owner has already made sure the product sells. So if you send visitors you will get paid.

There’s no denying that these benefits make affiliate marketing the best thing going!

The downside is…

Once you send your visitors to the product sales page, they are gone forever. Less than 10% of the visitors your send will actually buy the product. That’s fine for the product owner because she can sell to them again and again, but you can’t.

What’s the solution?

It’s simple: You must get your visitors’ e-mail addresses before you send them to the product owner’s website. This way you can follow up with them and keep sending them back to the sales page to increase your chances of making the sale. And if you want to do it like a pro, you’ll give them some great content before sending them to the sales page.

Here’s what these affiliate marketing strategies will do for you:

  1. By building your own list, you’re creating a renewable resource that you can tap again and again for instant profits.
  2. You’ll be warming them up by providing valuable information and then casually linking to the product sales page in the context of this information.

In order to set a system like this up, you will need the following affiliate marketing tools:

  1. A squeeze page, and even better a video squeeze page.
  2. One or more content-rich “warm up” pages
  3. A multi-part e-mail series with at least 5 e-mails in it

Instead of sending visitors directly to the product sales page, you’ll send them to your lead capture page first. This page is where you collect your visitors’ contact info and add them to your autoresponder, which in turn starts sending them the multi-part e-mail series. Once your visitors have been subscribed to your e-mail series, they are sent to your content pages.

The content pages provide valuable information for your visitors and make them more receptive to the sales message that you’ll link to from inside the content. While they’re reading the content you’ve provided, your e-mail system is already following up with them to send them back to the product website again and again.

There’s no doubt that it’s worth the effort to put a system like this in place, because doing so will increase your profits by 500% or more. And after you get it all set up, it runs on total auto-pilot. You just refer people to your lead capture page, instead of the product sales page.

Setting it all up yourself requires some skill, and if you’re not up to it, you can use a service like Affiliate Silver Bullet. With a service like that, you don’t have to do anything. They make the video, build the squeeze page, write the e-mail series, develop the content mini-site, etc. And then just give you a finished package. The benefit is that it’s much less expensive then you could do it yourself, and it’s instantly set up. The drawback is that you won’t be the only one using these affiliate tools. But the Internet is huge, so this shouldn’t really affect you.

Alternatively, you can use a service like Elance to “outsource” each of these components. Whichever way you decided to go, it’s critical to get an affiliate marketing system like this in place, if you’re at all serious about your business.

Make Your Website Dynamic by Clate Mask

Posted September 30th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Website Development

Did you know the average adult spends up to 3 hours a day more on the Internet than they spend watching television? About 70% of the U.S. population regularly use the Internet. Over 1 billion people in the world are online. And, this is a vast chunk of your market! These are your customers! But only if you have a website that draws them in.

I’d be willing to bet you already have a website up and running. And, that’s great! But, have you taken that website to the next level? Far too many companies throw a couple webpages together, put them online, and call it good. However, sites that only include basic information are not much better than having brochures.

Here are some ideas for making your website powerful:

* Include pictures and descriptions of your products (with a dynamic website, your visitors should be able to click through your products to find what they are interested in)

* Display interesting facts and statistics

* Include high interest stories (celebrity or newsworthy stories will quickly draw readers to your site)

* Include customer testimonials

* Produce blogs, forums, or user communities

Most viewers will give you about 7 seconds to decide if your site is worth visiting. If you have interesting content and graphics, they’ll give you a little more time. However, if you haven’t used your space on the Internet to capture and retain their attention, the next thing you know, the person is gone.

Your website should attract viewers, and ultimately provide you with additional leads.

Clate Mask is the CEO of Infusionsoft.

90% OFF…(LIMITED SALE)

Posted September 29th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Internet Marketing

My good friend Lee McIntyre has just re-released his popular “Momentum Marketing” Home Study course…and for a LIMITED TIME you can grab everything for 90% OFF.

Spaces are limited though so my best advice is to rush below immediately!

This is more than 12 HOURS of step-by-step training revealing a proven blueprint to build a profitable online business…FAST!

Nothing is left out and you’re given everything you need to get started TODAY.

Anyway, the price will be returning to normal soon so you’ll certainly want to rush below right away.

Sales Strategy: The Takeaway Close by Bob Bly

Posted September 28th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Business

A few years ago I came across a brochure for an independent consultant, Sommers White.

The brochure promoting White’s consulting services was written entirely in question and answer format. But what really caught my eye was the first Q & A in the lead:

Q: Why should I hire Sommers White?

A: Perhaps you should not.

Why is this opening so effective?

First, it is unexpected. The surprise factor gets your attention.

Second, it instantly builds White’s credibility. Obviously, here is a guy who only wants clients he can help. He won’t just take any business. He has to believe he can really help you before he will work with you. What an ethical guy!

Third, it actually enhances the desire to find out more about White and possibly hire him. It’s intriguing. Who is this man of mystery? Why is he so sure of himself that he doesn’t even want your business?

This technique of selling is called “the takeaway close”. White did not invent it, although his use of it as a lead is unusual.

The basic premise of the takeaway close is: People want what they can’t have.

Think about it. Your doctor tells you, “No more candy.” What do you instantly want? Candy!

Sales trainer Paul Karasik recommends you use the takeaway method when trying to close a sale with a reluctant prospect.

If the prospect is hemming and hawing, shut your notebook or folder, take the contract off the table, and say, “You know, you’re right. This may not be for you.”

The prospect will immediately want to know why you say this, and often, will try to prove you wrong. In essence, they’ll start selling YOU on changing your mind and accepting them as a customer. What an ideal situation for you!

Another thing that makes the takeaway close so effective is what I call the power of the contrary: When you do something people don’t expect, it is an instant attention-getter.

A radio commercial for Seaman’s, a furniture store in my area, begins: “Whatever you do, DON’T buy furniture today!”

You don’t expect a furniture store to tell you not to buy furniture. So you listen. It sounds like you are going to get helpful consumer advice—maybe tips on shopping for furniture.

Turns out, the tip is to wait to Saturday for Seaman’s big blowout sale. But it works. They got your attention—and now you want to wait for their sale.

The next time you are having trouble closing a prospect or moving a sale forward, try the takeaway close.

One caveat: You have to be willing to lose the sale to make this work. You must be prepared for and ready to accept the possibility that the prospect will say, “Yes, you’re right, this is not for me.”

Therefore, the takeaway close should only be used either (a) when you already have more business than you can handle—and therefore can afford to lose the sale, or (b) when the sale is stalled and you cannot move the prospect forward using your other closing techniques.

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

Article Marketing Profits

Dozens of marketers like yourself have probably known about using articles to drive traffic to your web pages.

The problem is, most of the advice that blogs or other people gave you about article marketing is not fully elaborate or detailed.

That is why many marketers don’t know the correct and effective way of leveraging on articles as a deadly marketing and search engine tool.

But right now, there is a detailed and proven guide to help you produce such articles like clockwork!

Article Marketing Profits is the most straight-to-the-point, simple yet effective guide that will reveal to you how to create powerful articles that transform into your viral salesmen 24/7, 365 days a year!

This guide will show you things such as: One negative trait to overcome if you want to create solid articles, having Google’s keyword tool churn out profitable and targeted keywords, simple, straightforward ways to create a winning title for your article, and much, much more!

However, the low introductory price is slated to increase soon…so I’d suggest you make your move quickly.

How to reach prospects via their cell phones.

Posted September 24th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Mobile Marketing

Mobile Marketing Exposed

Has it occurred to you that in addition to marketing your business via the web you should also be reaching out to your customers via the mobile networks?

I mean just think about where your next customer might be right at this moment.

It’s unlikely that they’re going to be sat in front of their PC waiting to read your next e-mail…

…But it’s highly likely they’ll have their cell phone with them.

And by ignoring this exciting new marketing channel you’re not taking full advantage of the power to reach people whenever you need to.

Now you can “reach out and touch everybody” with the power of mobile marketing, newly demystified, by the pro-underground marketers and marketing researchers, Simon Hodgkinson and Jeremy Gislason.

Whether you’re a big business or a marketing army of one, you can learn from their brand new video series “Mobile Marketing Exposed“.

They explain:

- How to create mobile friendly website that displays on a wide variety of popular devices and networks (and get you noticed more places for MORE PROFITS!)

- How to profit even more by squeezing the cost out of your mobile advertising budget for MASSIVE returns on your investment using the tools used by the pros

- How to profit as a mobile publisher generating income from mobile sites (remember like back in the heyday of Google AdSense!)

- How to discover new mobile marketing opportunities in a fresh, untapped market that is ripe for the picking!

Mobile Marketing Exposed” is a one of a kind resource that uncovers and explains how to enter this brave new world of marketing (and emerge from the fray with both profits and prestige!).

ClickBank CPA?

Posted September 24th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Affiliate Marketing

If you are looking for the first $100 in sales, this is a sure bet!

I love referral programs because YOU get paid and your “customer” DOES NOT have to take a credit card out of pocket.

CB Leads turns ClickBank products into CPA (cost-per-action) offers.

The program is brand new so the marketplace choices are still growing but I’d get started now before EVERYONE knows about it.

With CB Leads you get paid $1 – $3 for every LEAD you generate.

In other words, you DON’T have to sell the product to get paid…just get a simple opt-in.

That’s easy to do!

Here’s 5 ways to do it:

1. Search and @reply to people asking about the niche on Twitter.
2. Schedule updates on Twitter with hashtags related to the niche.
3. Syndicate those updates to Facebook and other social networks.
4. Use “realtime SEO” to get those updates ranked instantly for the niche.
5. Use RCQ tactics to get people to promote your updates for you.

If you happen to have an e-mail list, this is a no-brainer. Just find opt-in only offers on the CB Leads Marketplace relevant to your list and make $1 – $3 for EVERY opt-in.

Enjoy making that first $100!

We all know that a strong money-back guarantee is a powerful weapon for overcoming buyer resistance and boosting your sales.

But you can run into problems when your guarantee has flaws.

The best guarantees are:

* Fair.
* Generous.
* Long-term.
* Unconditional.

When any of these four elements is missing, sales are likely to suffer as a result.

For example, many of my clients are newsletter and magazine publishers.

A number of these publishers offer lifetime guarantees. They permit the subscriber to cancel at any time and receive a prorated refund on “unmailed issues”.

But if you offer both a bill-me option as well as payment with order—as I often come across—such a lifetime guarantee actually gives the customer an incentive NOT to pay up front.

Think about it.

Say the customer checks the “bill-me” option for a monthly magazine, gets his first issue, and then writes “cancel” on his invoice.

The publisher doesn’t send him a bill for one issue, nor does the publisher ask for the magazine back. So the customer gets a free issue.

But if the customer pays in advance, then cancels after the first issue, he gets a refund for 11/12th of the subscription price (the 11 unmailed issues) and therefore ends up paying for the issue received.

Why should the bill-me customer get a free issue, but not the payment-with-order customer? It isn’t fair and doesn’t make sense, considering a cash-with-order customer is more desirable than a bill-me order.

Solution: Offer a full money-back guarantee within the first 30 days, then a prorated refund thereafter.

Another frequent guarantee problem is wording that says you will get your money back “if you return the product in saleable condition”.

Well, the customer doesn’t have any control over the UPS man who brings the box to your door.

Your guarantee implies that if the product is damaged in transit on its way from the customer to you, the buyer doesn’t get a refund. That would make me hesitate to order from you.

I was in a video game store where a clerk refused to refund a woman’s money because she was returning a game her son had gotten as a gift one day after the 30-day guarantee period expired.

I interfered, and explained to the clerk what he was doing wrong. The woman got her money back, and I got a dirty look from the clerk.

Remember, you benefit enormously from offering a guarantee, because it gets more people to trust you and buy from you.

But the customer benefits too: He gets a chance to try the product risk-free.

Most people won’t take unfair advantage of your guarantee. If you sell a quality product, accurately described in your marketing, at a price that’s fair in relationship to its value, your return rate will be low—probably less than 5%.

That still means as many as one of 20 or so will ask for a refund. Give them back their money promptly and with good cheer. Few things will cause more customer dissatisfaction and ruin your reputation faster than being difficult, adversarial, and uncooperative when people believe what you said in your guarantee and take you up on it.

Don’t get angry with these folks. Returning the product is their right—and part of your cost of doing business.

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

“Many people fail in life, not for lack of ability or brains or even courage but simply because they have never organized their energies around a goal.” – Elbert Hubbard (writer and artist)

Sometimes as a business owner, you become so overwhelmed, the only thing you can do is take it one step at a time. And although this may get you through the week, it’s not going to help grow your business. Real growth comes from writing out the goals you plan to achieve—and then putting those goals into action.

Here are some “rules” to follow when creating metrics and other goals:

Specific – Know exactly what your goal is.
Measurable – Know whether you achieved the goal.
Achievable – Speaks for itself.
Relevant – Relates to the big picture.
Time Bound – When will you reach the goal?

Did you know only 3% of the population has written goals? And, they earn ten times more than the rest.

If you truly want to see improvement and growth in your company, take the time to create SMART goals. Then, be sure to make yourself and your employees accountable for those goals. Otherwise, you will always be taking it a day at a time.

Clate Mask is the CEO of Infusionsoft.

Are your marketing videos wasted?

Posted September 21st, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Audio/Video Marketing

YouTube Tsunami Robot - Click Here!My good friend Paul Lynch is going to show you how he generates over 300,000 visitors each and every month to his websites using his YouTube Tsunami Traffic trick!

If your video are not getting watched as often as they should be, it’s time to get to work and apply the trick!

Keywords Magnet

Most marketers may think Keyword AdWord Tool is the only one, if not the best, keyword research tool around. However, the general public is unaware of more hidden keywords that are easier to rank. These keywords come from come from the “Top 10 suggestions” of Google, Yahoo and Bing, and you have a new keyword software called Keywords Magnet to consolidate these untapped keywords in one single interface so you can view them at a glance and use them to generate money-making websites.

Keywords Magnet can even search Amazon, AOL, Ask.com and YouTube if you choose to. Watch the demo video to see how it works.

* Supports 10 major search engines

* Supports more than 102 countries

* Detailed Keyword analyzing

* Detailed competition analyzing

* High speed searches; up to 35 keywords per second

* Multiple language option

* Different levels of search deep

* Export keywords to CSV file, spin keywords, and copy to clipboard and more…

Joint Ventures Exposed

I have a quick question for you.

Do you know what the fastest way to make a ton of money online is?

I’ll give you a hint. It’s the same strategy that almost all the Internet marketing gurus use. In fact, you see it happening right in front of your eyes every single week. Maybe you see other people doing it, but you never thought you could do it too.

Well I’m about to show you how you can use this proven strategy for yourself. The best part? You can learn everything you need to know for free.

What is this amazing method for generating a huge amount of cash in record time? I can sum it up in 2 words: Joint Ventures.

Imagine that you wrote an e-book, and you want to get the word out. You could try to promote it all by yourself, OR you could have 25 joint venture partners who each have a list of over 10,000 readers. Would that make a difference in your sales? I think so!

Joint ventures are simply incredible. The problem is that most people don’t know how to do them. It seems like a mysterious art that you either know how to do or you don’t. That’s only because nobody has been able to teach you the real secrets behind creating powerful joint ventures.

My colleague Michael Rasmussen has just created a set of videos called Joint Ventures Exposed. These videos will walk you through the entire process of becoming a successful joint venture marketer. He leaves nothing out.

Even if you’re a rank beginner, you can follow his step-by-step instructions and create your first joint venture within a matter of days (not months or even years).

You’ll learn things like:

* Where to find prospective joint venture partners who are eagerly seeking out people like you to do business with.

* What to say to them in order to get them interested in promoting your product.

* How to structure your joint venture in a way that will attract the BIG BOY marketers who have massive e-mail lists.

* And so much more!

Want to learn how to create killer joint ventures yourself? Click here to watch Michael Rasmussen’s free videos on how to do it!

You ask, “But what if I’m not a marketing guru with lots of connections and a big e-mail list?”

Don’t worry. Michael’s videos will walk you through the process of developing relationships with other marketers. He gives you the step-by-step process of how to do it. He even gives you sample e-mails that you can use if you’re not sure what to say to them at first.

If you want to create an online empire for yourself, then you need to explore the power of joint ventures. It is by far to fastest way to create a massive flow of revenue for your business.

Even if you’re just curious about how this works, you owe it to yourself to check out Michael’s free videos. There’s no cost or catch. He wants to prove to you up front that he knows what he’s talking about, so that you’ll trust his recommendations in the future.

Heck, I wish every marketer thought this way. Most people just ask for your money, but Michael is doing things the opposite way. He’s giving you top-quality content right up front in order to invest in his relationship with you.

Go ahead and check out his Joint Ventures Exposed videos right away.

Digital Access Pass

If you’re looking to run a membership website, especially one that delivers course materials in a sequential manner, Digital Access Pass would be a great choice for you with its built-in affiliate management system and easy integration with 3rd-party autoresponders. You have to get used to its interface and many options, but it is backed by solid support from the developer and testimonials from users at Warrior Forum.

Not only is it easy to install as a WordPress plugin, DAP has many features one might expect in a membership software package:

* Time-released content for members (Drip feed)

* Supports recurring payments and one-time purchases

* Works with PayPal, ClickBank, 1ShoppingCart

* Built-in affiliate program: single level only (pay-per-lead, pay-per-sale or both) with a host of affiliate analytics

* Unlimited and configurable membership levels

* Built-in autoresponder replaces 3rd-party services like Aweber or GetResponse

* Still integrates with Aweber and GetResponse

* Built-in e-mail broadcasting allows you to self host, external host, throttle messages, target messages based on customer profile, etc.

* File protection and security: Very flexible configuration with a host of content and user security features.

* Subscription support: pay as you go, pay-per-view or pay-per-download

* Customizable features for templates, headers, footers etc.

While it does not support Authorize.net and falls short of an intuitive user interface, Digital Access Pass is known to be a a solid membership site software package, more than making up in robust and highly configurable features.

Check out this video (must see)…

Posted September 16th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Affiliate Marketing

I’ve just seen this great video from Chris and I wanted to let you know about it right away.

In this video presentation, you’ll be able to see one of the most powerful business models there is…

I was truly stunned when I saw it!

And what’s more, Chris gives you some of his best kept secrets in this video as well:

* His best squeeze page template

* How to make 1,000% commissions!

* How he builds massive lists…

* Which CB products he promotes & why!

Like I said, this video is a “MUST SEE”.

Price Is Not A Benefit by Clate Mask

Posted September 16th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Business

One of the greatest concerns of business owners is how to price their products or services. Often, consumers say, “Well I would buy it if it were in my price range.” And, that idea tempts many business owners to lower their prices—just to sell more products.

However, as you already know, price reductions sometimes create more problems than they solve.

For example, price reductions:

* Decrease net profits
* Lead to the purchase of lower quality products
* Increase customer demands to drop the price even lower!
* Require even more sales to make up the difference in revenue
* Need a larger quantity of products

And, in the end, as John Jantsch (author of Duct Tape Marketing) says, “There will always be someone willing to go out of business faster than you.”

Remember this: price is not a benefit. Selling is not determined on the cost of your product. If you truly “sell” your customers and prospects, they will purchase your products/services no matter what price you determine.

If a customer or prospect doesn’t buy…and they claim the cost had something to do with it…you can guess they probably wouldn’t have purchased anyway.

As a marketer, your job is to sell your products and services. The actual art of selling has nothing to do with the price of the product. By the time your contacts find out about the price, they should be determined to purchase no matter what the cost.

So, find ‘real’ benefits (value) to sell to your customers and prospects. Help them to see how great their life is with your product, and you’ve got a customer. Point out their current pain, and your contact will do anything to get rid of it.

Set your prices and hold fast. If you’ve marketed correctly, you will still have customers anxious to do business with you!

Clate Mask is the CEO of Infusionsoft.

Lock Your Blog – DVD you need to see.

Posted September 15th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Blogging And RSS

Alex Sysoef just released “Lock Your Blog“, your solution to complete WordPress security and I think you need to see it.

Digital Version is available for free but if you need to, he offers an upgrade to get a physical DVD.

I was at the receiving end of WordPress hacks before so I really appreciate any solution that can secure my blog, and I’m sure you share my sentiments too.

Most are doing this wrong, are you?

Posted September 13th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under E-Mail Marketing

Chances are, your e-mail sucks!

3% conversion? Haha, don’t laugh. Seriously.

The truth is most people are just writing really weak e-mails.

But when used correctly, e-mail can be one of your most powerful weapons for selling.

The key is to do it right.

The E-Mail Copy Clinic will show you how.

Revive Your PLR Empire.

Posted September 11th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under MRR/PLR

A colleague recently said to me, “No one has found the winning formula for successful online direct marketing yet.”

I disagree. A number of companies—including ETR, Agora Publishing, and Weiss Research—know exactly what works and are making small fortunes with it.

The primary concept is that online marketing works best when you e-mail to people who already know you.

Therefore, successful online marketers build their “house file” or “e-list” (lists of prospects and their e-mail addresses) using the process outlined below, and then sell to those people via continual e-mail marketing:

First, build a website that positions you or your organization as an expert, guru, or leader in your field or industry. This is the “base of operations” for your online marketing campaign.

Next, write a short special report or white paper relating to the problem your product or service addresses, and make this available to people who visit your site. They can download it for free, but in exchange, they have to register and give you their e-mail address (and any other information you want to capture).

Consider also offering a monthly online newsletter, or “e-zine”. People who visit your site can subscribe free if they register and give you their e-mail address.

Now, your mission is to drive traffic to your site where you get them to sign up for either your free report or free e-zine. Once they register, you have their e-mail address and can now market to them via e-mail as often as you like at minimal cost.

How do you drive people to your site to register and get on your e-list? There are about a dozen methods that work, including free publicity, e-mail marketing, postcards, banner advertising co-registrations, affiliate marketing, search engine optimization, direct mail, and online ads in other people’s e-zines.

The key to success is to try a lot of different tactics in small and inexpensive tests, throw out the ones that don’t work, and do more of the ones that are effective.

And now for the secret: The bulk of your online leads, sales, and profits will come from repeat e-mail marketing to this “house” e-list of prospects.

Acquiring new customers by sending e-mails to rented opt-in lists—as many marketers do—almost never works. Therefore your goal is to build a large e-list of qualified prospects as quickly and inexpensively as you can.

Once you have built your in-house e-list, you have an incredibly valuable asset: A database of online prospects you can market to, as often as you like, for almost zero cost and who will be highly responsive to your offers.

These twin virtues—high response and low/no cost—make your house e-list a goldmine of profits for your business.

Continually e-mail them—free content, articles, new messages, new products, and new offers. You almost can’t e-mail this list too much (if you do, you’ll notice an increase in the “opt-out” rate—the percentage who “unsubscribe”).

One of our colleagues, for example, publishes financial newsletters, primarily online. He offered his online customers a hardcover investment guide he sells for $100 (his printing cost is just $2 a book).

He told us he sold 4,000 copies, with all the sales generated by sending e-mails to his house file. That’s an extra $400,000 in gross sales, with zero direct mail printing, postage, or list rental costs.

Bob Bly is the author of “World’s Best Copywriting Secrets” and has written copy for more than 100 companies including IBM, Boardroom, Medical Economics and AT&T. He is the author of more than 75 books and a columnist for Target Marketing, Early To Rise and The Writer. McGraw-Hill calls him “America’s top copywriter”.

I need your PayPal address…

Posted September 9th, 2010 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Traffic Generation

Secret Traffic Machine

My friend Matt Bacak will hand you $100 bucks if you “Flip The Switch” on his Traffic Machine and don’t see non-stop onslaught of high-quality “FREE” Traffic.

I’m talking about getting HERDS of people across the globe to happily send you…

…PILES OF COLD HARD CASH.

Take a good read.


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