For anyone who wants to earr some extra cash there are many opportunities
available in Internet Marketing. On this page I will bring you the latest offers.
Here's our take on one of the latest money making offering: "Killer Content" by
the unlikely named Socrates Socratous. From Cyprus apparently.
He will show you how to make your money using Private Label Rights articles. Killer Content is a complete system from start to finish.
OK, a word of advice. Socrates uses at least two different sales pages. If you find you're on one with the sales page below the video, whatever you do
don't bother to watch the video! It's long (best part of two hours), it's boring and tells you no more than the
27-page sales letter itself. Actually that's not strictly true. After a long tedious hour or so he takes you
through the actual steps that his system uses to create the income he says you will get. But, honestly, the
video is not worth the time. On the other hand, if you've got plenty of time on your hands, then hey, go ahead
and watch it, or alternatively go watch grass grow.
If you land on a sales page with just the video, then you have to wait quite a while for the sales
page to appear. Go make some coffee.
Now if, like me, you had an email saying "When I told my friends I was gonna give away
access to my million-dollar system..." let me say here and now that old Socrates is not giving anything away. He's
doing what most marketers do and allow you to try the product for 8 weeks - once you've paid for it of course. If
you fiind it's as useful as a chocolate teapot within that time you can go back to Clickbank and get a refund. Fair
enough, providing you can be bothered to do so and have kept an eye on the calendar.
Tip: I always print out the sales letters so that I can read them at leisure. I use paper that has been
through the printer once (printed one side only) and not needed any more. These pages I keep in a box
for printing out sales pages. This saves money on paper, and as you're probably going to throw the
sales page printout away anyway, why use virgin paper? And don't worry about missng the deadline for
purchase, this is usually a cynical ploy to panic you into buying the product.
So, you decide to go ahead and purchase it at the very reasonable seeming price of $47. As he says
"I've offered you an unlimited money-maker for just $47." Don't pay this price. Come out of the web page and you
will be asked "Do you really want to leave this page?" Keep saying "Yes" until you come to the $10 discount page
where you can, if you're still keen, buy it for $37.
Let's say you now give Clickbank your hard-earned $37. What happens next? Well, Clickbank take your
money then send you to another page where Socrates takes another 28 minutes to try and sell you the GOLD Killer
Content package. Yawn. (Oh, and once again don't go for the initial price of the Gold package, click away from the
page until you get to the - heavily - discounted price. It's worth it!)
Good try Soc! Meanwhile your inbox has received an email with the link to access the basic package
you just paid for. Now, don't misunderstand me. The Gold Package is quite mouth-watering and useful, as is the
basic package by the way, so it's up to you which way you want to go. Stick to Basic or go for Gold.
Here's the link: Killer Content
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