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What’s So Good About Adding Buyers to Your List

Right now I’m in the middle of a product launch, following the 30 Days to $10,000 Challenge by Tom Glover. So I’m adding buyers to my list. That’s a good thing. You probably already know. And you’ve probably learned that it means that these people are more than tire-kickers. They are action takers. At least […]

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Cash In On All The Million-Dollar Marketing Secrets Shared At Warrior Event 2014

I wouldn’t have been where I am today, if I hadn’t participated in events. The ones I joined was local, in my city, and I would just love to go to a Warrior Even and meet fellow warriors. People, who’ve participated, have loved it. But it’s expensive, unless you live in the neighborhood. You have

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WTF Did John Schwartz Just Tell Me That I’m Lazy?

Haha, yes, he did, and I wish I wrote this letter myself, so immediately after reading it, I contacted John to get his approval of posting the letter on my blog. But I’ll let you read John’s controversial email yourself. I’m not afraid to admit that I agree with him. I’m lazy. I do take

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Can You Get Money For Trash? I Mean… Can You Sell Your Used Socks And Earn Money?

When I play Rift (a great MMORPG, try it for free), and I kill monsters and beasts and other players, I often aquire the loot they drop. This can be old boots, cloth, coins, notebooks, and all kinds of junk. You know what is really great about an online game like that? There are vendors

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How To Avoid The Dreaded “Dear Firstname” Error

I use a small application that lets me write a keyword or abbreviation that I’ve chosen beforehand, and it will then spit out the whole text. It can do tons of things, even include graphics, but for now, what I want you to show you is this: Instead of having to remember the code, AWeber uses to automatically insert the first name, I just remember the word “first”.

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