Saturday, March 07, 2009

I have shocking news for you...

I checked my email this morning and there it was...

... a message from the Internet Marketing Center's Derek Gehl,
one of THE smartest Internet marketers I know, telling me he's
retiring.

I'm still in shock!

At first, I was actually a little confused. Now more than EVER,
(think 'recession'), people need some SERIOUS help making
money online...

... and he just up and quits?!

But then I checked out the special web page he posted explaining
in more detail why he's retiring, and it all made sense...

He's NOT leaving everyone high and dry. As a final "farewell,"
he's actually putting together a complete braindump of
everything he *knows* about making money on the Internet!

That's $100 MILLION worth of experience, strategies, and
moneymaking secrets.

And that's why I'm writing this today...

I know that the website where you can find out about Derek's
entire collection of Internet marketing strategies is only
going to be available for a short time, so you need to check
it out RIGHT AWAY!

Just follow this link:

http://www.marketingtips.com/insiderscourse/t/878146

All the best.

P.S. If you've been struggling to make money online, this last
"hurrah" from Derek is the EXACT kick in the pants you need to
FINALLY start your own successful website.

Derek's created more success stories than any other "guru" out
there, so you KNOW his strategies will work for you, too.

http://www.marketingtips.com/insiderscourse/t/878146

3 comments:

Witt said...

It's the usual "tease and attract" approach of Derek Gehl to get noobs to sign up for his IM programs. Most of his email promos follow this 'hardsell' technique of luring the readers. That's how he made his moolah, but for the rest of us we only get crumbs. I wouldn't fall for this kind of salesmanship.

Anonymous said...

It takes all sorts to make the world. Some people like his direct talking no nonsense salesmanship. That's why he succeeds where others fail.

Anonymous said...

Good blog post! Keep it up!


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