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This is not going to be like any other Internet marketing ebook you have ever
Because I wrote the bloody thing!
I'm different, I'm better. I make learning how to dominate the Internet as simple
as turning on the Sopranos.
I can tell you with confidence that this is the best information you will ever read
on how to dominate small niche markets. In fact, it’s the best information that you
will ever read on large niche markets, too.
You can find any market, use the information that you’re about to learn, and just
But before we get into that – let me tell you a little bit about myself, so that you
can see why I’m qualified to teach you.
To begin with, I do want to mention that I don’t condone violence or illegal activity
at all. Break the law and you’ll pay the price, as I learned from watching others
fall from grace.
I do, however, have no problem with brutal competition… and using top-notch
and somewhat controversial strategies to dominate said competition.
I think that you’re going to either love me or hate me, but you will still buy from
me because I have the best information.
I’ll be honest, I wasn’t sure about going this “route” the entire time. A few well
meaning “gurus” told me to tone myself down in order to sell more copies and not
offend people. I thought about it for a while, and ended up asking my trusted
friend Lumbro for his advice (which you never want to do unless you want the
absolute harsh truth).
Lumbro’s advice was to stop being a pansy, suck it up, and be myself.
And I don’t want to be like those other pretenders. I don’t want to fake my
personality to make sales. I live my life by these principles. This is me, and I’m
like this 24/7. It’s just my character.
I’m going to give you a little background information about me. This isn’t meant to
be “fluff” – I just really want you to get insight into the type of person that I am,
and why my mindset is the way that it is. Hopefully it’ll inspire you.
My pops always told me there are two types of people in this world – winners and
losers. Nobody remembers second place. That was always my favorite line from
old pops (that and “If you can breathe, you're well enough to go to school”.)
There was never an option for me, growing up, to lose. I wasn’t born with a silver
spoon in my mouth or up my a**… and I thank God everyday that I wasn't. I've
got rich cousins and other family members my age and they make me want to
(They all drive around in their BMWs and Mercedes Benz’s that their daddies
bought for them. They talk about how hard life is because they didn’t get a new
car for their birthday, and I truly just want to smack them upside the head.)
I grew up in a working class neighborhood, with working class people with real
problems. I went to school in a tough area of town. You either fit in or you were
Before I was even 18 years old, I had been stabbed, shot at, hit over the head
with a baseball bat and chased with a broken beer bottle down the street, all for
being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Every kid I knew just wanted to make money. We dreamed about it, we schemed
about it, we LIVED money. When you grow up with nothing and see people with
everything, you get this insatiable, unstoppable hunger.
Do you know what I did the first time I made any serious cash? I rolled around
on the floor in it and threw it in the air (think Scrooge McDuck style). Then I
showered for an hour afterwards after thinking about how many people had
touched that money (not a fan of germs).
Unfortunately, some of my friends did it the wrong way and joined up with some
shady characters. I always wondered how they were (all of a sudden) making so
much more money than I was at my honest part-time jobs.
There with this barber shop called Tony’s, and it was an absolute crap heap. It
couldn't have done more than a few hundred dollars in sales per week, yet some
of my friends hung out there every day. I never knew why.
When I would get my hair cut, men in suits would walk into the back room and
walk out an hour later and not say a word to Tony. When they left, the kids all
went off into different directions, and it seemed like the next day, were the proud
owners of new possessions like cars and electronic gadgets.