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You're getting 7 services rolled into one. Focus on making your product excellent and getting those critical JV partners.

Let an expert handle your sales messages to help you sell on launch day.

Want to chat? Call me: 917-652-6375.
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Yep...it's a new thing
Local Viral marketing for salons, hair dressers, beauticians and stylists.
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$85,000 from a $17 front end product.

That's how much my last copywriting client did on
an Internet Marketing product launch he just
recently took part in.

Click here to see the screenshot proof

→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/theparlaysociety/permalink/951344938268267/

My sales copy was part of that success.

Was it the whole enchilada... I dunno.

I'd love to think so, but I'd be kidding myself.

No...the real secret was the combination of things
that came together perfectly to make it a kick ass
launch.

See, he already had JV partners, a list he could
hit up and a product to promote.

I just helped put together a compelling enough
message that "contributed" to the overall success.

My "minimal" contribution is now something I am
leveraging for sure.

But it was really a small piece of a much larger,
already mostly formed iceberg.

The other pieces were ALREADY there.

The good news is, with this new training, that's
kind of the beauty of the system....

The major pieces of the puzzle are already there.

They already have a business.

They most likely already have a website.

They probably have customers and reviews, right?

They just aren't doing things very effectively.

Their SEO sucks.

Their PPC ads are too expensive.

They don't even know if their Valpak ads are
workin'

What if you could provide them the way to get more
steady Eddie traffic?

What if what you helped them with could provide
leads on demand?

Is your brain swirling, yet?

The potential problems we're aiming to solve for
local businesses with this new training is
definitely ambitious, for sure, however, it's
usually small hinges that swing huge doors.

In other words, if you want the biggest bang for
your buck, it often comes from minimal tweaks.

Reframes.

Different angles.

Alternative solutions using minimal effort.

Would you rather be the eleventeenth guy or gal
peddling the same stuff to an "already heard it
before" "not too interested" local business owner?

These folks are getting beat up daily by guys
offerin' "first page of search" and "PPC
management" all day long.

They're also being hounded by web guys promising
to upgrade their websites to be more "modern."

Ya think anyone is offering them guaranteed viral
leads?

Anyone showing them how to turn their customers
into sources of viral salesman that promote their
businesses without hesitation.

Maybe even with enthusiasm and excitement?

Is anyone teaching them how to 4 times their
investment or their money back?

Referrals and return customers, as I'm sure you
already know, are the life blood of a business.

In the days before social media and review sites
if the business owner pissed off someone, that
person simply wouldn't come back.

And yeah...maybe they told a friend or two, but
the damage was very minimal.

Heck, getting a happy customer to tell a friend
was hard enough because all the person buying
really wanted was to give the business money in
exchange for what they paid for and that was that.

They wanted to just make the exchange, go away,
and come back another day, hopefully not too far
in the future.

The old school business owner was quite content
with this model so long as enough folks kept
coming back.

Yeah, maybe they wanted to grow, but they figured
it would all sorta work itself out.

Not this age.

According to stats found here →
http://buff.ly/1ZjLmQ0

Word of Mouth marketing is still the

MOST Potent
MOST Trusted
MOST Profitable
MOSTUnderutilized 

form of marketing known to small business
owners...

And nobody has formalized or promoted this method
very well.

I mean you see it used in Internet Marketing and
Corporate type B2B ventures all the time.

But, why can't the small business owner leverage
this amazing power?

They can.

You can help them.

I plan to show you how it can be done.

Easily.

Quickly.

Without being a tech genius and very little
marketing skill.

This is something you can harness with very little
(if any) competition.

I haven't seen or heard anyone talking about viral
marketing for local businesses at all in the IM
hangouts I haunt.

Everyone is still hopped up on SEO, Citations,
PPC, Domain Age, Backlinks and Wordpress plugins.

With the power of viral list building and ways to
leverage the local list, the business owner that
understands they have all the power in their hands
when they can drive traffic at all, will love you
if you can show them how to do it.

You don't have to be a genius to pull this off.

You just need to know 3 things:

1. The process- How to create viral lists with the
aid of your clients current local customers
2. How to monetize the list so that you can "show
your clients the money"
3. A way to replicate this process over and over
or, as they say, rinse and repeat.

Of course you have to get customers, and you need
the tools but as I've already talked about it, the
tools are readily available and I can assure you
there is a virtual endless supply of potential
clients for you right at your desktop.

Hell, you can reach them right outside your front
door if you're really enthusiastic about it.

Hope you're fired up.

And, hey, if you're digging this stuff, please
(and thank you) do me a favor and share this group
with a friend.

By the way, whoever has not yet chimed in, or
didn't get a chance to vote before, just comment
here and tell me you're interested in the
discount.

Say something like, "yes, I want in" or "yes, I'm
digging this" and you'll get the same discount I
was offering before.

But, this is your last chance to get that special
uber discount deal (which you'll get in your inbox
here on Facebook).

Anyways, not sure what we'll discuss next time,
but I think we'll talk a bit about social media or
do you want to talk about something else?

Thanks for commenting.

Regards,

Carlos

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[Last Minute Announcement]

Want a simple business plan you can start immediately?

Something where opportunity is nearly limitless.

Something drop dead easy to sell and no one else is selling it.

Easier than SEO.

Cheaper than PPC.

More scalable than freelancing.

What you don't need:

- A List
- Pay Per Click Ads
- No SEO
- No face to face selling (we will discuss this though)
- No cold calling (Again...let's chat about it)
- No website
- No special skills

Minimum Recommended Requirements:

- Computer
- Internet Access
- One Autoresponder Account Service
- Viral List Building Software (Highly recommended and I'll show you how I set it up)

Total initial cost (excluding the computer and internet) :

- Autoresponder - $15/mo. (I use getresponse)
- Viral Listbuilding Software - $47/mo. (We'll discuss some free alternatives)

Watch as I sink or swim to prove the model.

We'll first start by talking about the concept (this is what the BETA folks are getting forthwith).

Next, we come back and chat after either I or you have results (we'll keep each other accountable).

If it kicks ass, now you've gotten to be a part of something you've learned from me, first, which gives you the headstart advantage no one else will yet know about.

It it flops, or you hate it....you have 30 a nice long days to get a refund.

Simple.

Once I've proven it works and we beef this bad boy up, this will easily be worth at least $500, no sweat (maybe more).

Here's how that math works:

You focus on one vertical (one industry or niche).

Get one client in one state in that niche that is ready and willing to pay you $1,000 a year for the service or $150/mo ($800 more...cha-ching).

I mean there are 50 states in the U.S.

Surely one person from the millions in each state would be interested, right?

You market a guarantee something like:

"Give me 30 days....and let me get you a rabid list of on demand customers that will make you AT LEAST 4 times your investment on this monthly service Guaranteed or your money back.

If you're not absolutely addicted to this service that no one else is providing that will give you a competitive advantage over your customers, force your customers to send you more customers and make you more than any other advertising you've ever tried then I demand you get a refund."

The good news is...this shit is powerful and I am confident you can use this for the rest of your life as your sole business model if you wanted to.

Here's the deal:

Vote and comment if you want the lowest price possible.

When I have the outline all square I'll send you the payment link along with the dates and times for the call.

Once today is over the normal launch price will be posted for the world (at least 30% higher than voters get).

You get:

The opportunity to be on the call live where I'll explain the concept, all the different but simple parts.

We'll talk strategy for getting clients

How much you can make

And challenges that will force to get an ROI from this training.

If you don't agree that this is one of the most powerful yet simple in concept but sophisticated in it's components then you should ask for a refund.

No worries.

The small ticket price is a win win for both of us.

It gives you the opportunity to learn a potentially lucrative business model you can use for the rest of your life and

It gives me a strong incentive to make the course and help others while developing the content.

Every training I do involves innovative combinations of ideas and concepts that were probably not meant the way I've combined them.

But ultimately they prove to be my customers and clients competitive advantage.

I have yet to disappoint.

Learn it.

Love it or hate it...you'll now have it at the best deal possible.

Get your vote in now or forever hold your Resse's Pieces

Click the link and vote → https://www.facebook.com/groups/theparlaysociety/permalink/947774608625300/?hc_location=ufi
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[Reflection - Happy New Year Thoughts] What has changed about you?

Was it for the better or worse?

Are you happy about it or ashamed?

It probably goes without saying, however, only you have the power to shift your mindset.

There are 2 realization that I want you to consider:

1. You are NOT your deeds

2. You can make better decisions moving forward.

No matter what it is you did, good or bad, people will judge you, however, the only thing that truly matters is how you judge yourself.

The older you get the less "slack" you are afforded for making "bad decisions."

Inexperience is no longer a viable excuse for stupid choices.

The less you can attribute to innocence, environment or anything outside of your control.

The more responsible you are expected to be.

So, if you're going going to make "mistakes" it's best to make them fast and when you're "young."

Unfortunately, not everyone starts from the same starting line so some goof ups happen too late.

If, however....

If you goof up in a way that society will not excuse and you will not learn from then I'm not sorry to tell you that it's just too bad.

You need to be isolated and removed in order to no longer be a detriment to society.

If you can't do it yourself then society will eventually do it for you.

But...

If you're fortunate enough to be afforded a second chance...

Use this as an opportunity to make a positive difference.

You can do and be good.

You can do and be smart.

You can learn from your "mistakes."

If you don't then...and perhaps, only then, should you realize that you are simply bad.

I remember growing up in a rougher environment that seems like such a different era, time and place than today in Brooklyn, NY.

I remember seeing stuff that might sound unbelievable to some of you reading this.

Things that were horrible, but were fairly normal where I was growing up.

Things like "street" violence and crime were so normal and common place when I was young.

Without getting into too much detail (unless you're curious), let's just say when I was young I was kind of different.

I was "nerdy."

I had parents that dressed me without any regard to trendy fashion sense and always felt sorta different from the other kids.

The majority of the folks I knew were all black or latin inner city kids from "the projects," which is like ultra hood or something.

To be from these areas meant you were in a tough environment so you had to be tough if you wanted to survive it.

Well, there were just so many bad things that I'd witnessed and was a part of while trying to get to school and avoid becoming a victim of the stuff that "happened" to a lot of folks in this setting.

That's just it....becoming a victim was the thing to avoid.

How do you avoid becoming a victim?

There is a saying like "the ultimate defense is a strong offense."

You can defend yourself by striking first.

Fear leads to shit like that.

You become offensive.

Striking before "they" strike.

The "they" in this story are the "ghetto" and "hoodrat" "gansta" types.

I had been robbed, held up, and been in many a melee with these types that I developed a leeriness about them.

It was so prevalent that I am sure I drew the attention to myself.

I used to feel so defensive about these types because I had been in so many altercations with them.

It was all experience / environment sort of stuff, I'm sure.

It's what I knew.

As I got older I developed relationships with some fairly tough guy types.

Guys that liked to fight.

Guys that were down to fight.

Guys that would start fights.

These folks were my "us" and everyone else was a "them."

We weren't a gang (maybe in a sense, but not like organized or anything), but just a bunch of "close" friends that sorta kinda looked out for each other.

Some were friends I went to school with.

Some were friends of friends.

It was a mish mosh.

If you couldn't relate, it didn't matter.

If you offended "us" then you had to be dealt with because you were one of "them."

Anyways, once you develop a sense of things, a viewpoint, it starts to solidify.

It starts to become "how you are."

Being "hard" was a thing for me growing up.

It didn't mean you had to pick fights with others, but it did mean not showing fear or backing down from a potential threat.

It meant fighting if you "needed to (why the f did we need to)."

Backing down from a threat made you a p%^sy.

If you backed down...you would most likely get "punked."

You'd get picked on, beat up, harassed and abused fairly regularly.

Threats, by the way, were ever present and showed up, most of the time, when other "hard" heads were around.

It's basically guys somehow "acting tough," being "loud" or boisterous for no apparent reason, especially when encountering other guys....strangers.

I can remember getting into fights for no reason other than someone looking at us wrong or...just the dumbest shit.

Sometimes it involved robbery.

Sometimes it involved jealousy.

Sometimes it was a neighborhood thing or a different school thing.

Every so often it was a race thing.

Whatever it was...it did not have to be a thing.

It wasn't until I moved away that I learned to be less suspicious all of the time.

In other parts of the world you can get to know, like, trust and interact with folks based on their merit and character.

These were the things that I changed about me.

I learned to be less defensive and more open.

I learned and still learn how to be a "good" person.

Thankfully, those were dumb things that happened early on.

And though I'm still learning, I'm here to tell you, not matter what it is, you can change for the better, if you really want to .

You can recreate yourself.

You can make a new you.

You don't have to do the things you've always done because that's the way you've always done them.

I'm saying this broadly and with as much compassion as I can muster...

You can be a better person if you want to be.

If you do "bad things" you can get help.

You can reform.

You can.

Learn from your experience and keep developing yourself.

You'll be better for it.

If you can't develop in the environment that you're in then guess what?

You can (and should) move.

Just go some place else.

Start over, anew.

I mean if you're moving somewhere else because you like doing bad shit and you're actually evil then...no, I hope they catch your ass, but...

If you're sincerely trying to develop yourself and where you are it's not happening and you're lucky enough to be free in a free country...shit what the hell is holding you back?

I hope this has some how helped you even if in some small way.
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[Niche Marketing Mastery Interview - Jason Fladlien]

Want to know the secret to massive success in the shortest amount of time possible?

Well..the answer is right here in this interview.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/theparlaysociety/permalink/933901026679325/

(Just click and ask to join if you're not a member...you'll be glad you did).

Jason is a master of productivity and a creative monster.  

I affectionately refer to him (not to his face, lol) as the autistic mystic because his focus is frightening and his creative output is unreal.

He went from making $12 an hour, living in a tiny place, even did a sting as a monk to...making somewhere in the realm of $14 million last year (go Google this dude).

I have not met or heard of anyone that can crank out as much good stuff, as much valuable stuff as Jason has and I have rabidly consumed whatever I can get my hands on from him.

This guy has personally gotten more of my money than any other marketer on the planet, literally....and I can't help it.

This is for you if you struggle with any of the following:

- procrastination
- lack of focus
- confusion
- what you should do next
- want to learn the easiest way to success

You should also be willing to do the work and not let failure or perfectionism stop you.

If you want to learn from one of the best minds in the business and from someone who I can personally attribute some of my own expanded ways of thinking and many others can trace their success from then listen to this call.

There are plenty times I can recount paying him money and making multiples of that within the same day.

In fact, he is the inspiration behind these interviews.

After you listen to this call you might feel a few things:

- lucky to be a part of this amazing group
- angry that you didn't realize how simple success could be if you just have these elements
- anxious and excited to start putting these ideas into practice

I appreciate your feedback in the comments below.

P.S. Want to learn everything you'll ever need to learn how to earn 6 figures in 6 months?  

Check this out:  → http://wizbanglink.com/crushit
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[Helpful Mindshift] Got No Money To Test Earning Per Click, Well Earnings Per Offer Might Be Useful To You.

Oiginally posted in the Parlay Society, join us here → http://WizBangLink.com/parlaysociety

This is A FREE Alternative Perspective to Paid Traffic

Have you ever tried paid advertising?

You know…

Adwords, Facebook Ads, Youtube Ads, etc.?

It’s a bit scary to make it pay, isn’t it?

So what if you can get 0.01 Cent clicks.

If you can’t turn it into money, who cares?

For this reason, a lot of marketers that are heavily into paid marketing and traffic understand terms like metrics, cost per click, earnings per click, conversion rate, etc.

And maybe you’ve heard of these terms, too.

I’m sure you know what cost per click means, right?

It’s how much it costs you every time someone that sees your ad and clicks on it.

Now, unfortunately, not all of these people that see your ad actually pay you money for anything, unfortunately.

Heck, you can run a Facebook like campaign, whose sole purpose is to simply pay Facebook to show your ad to potential prospects that are most likely to click on the like button for your page or advertisement.

If you’ve never tried pay per click marketing then I can only imagine how scary it might sound to you to try your hand at it, especially if you don’t have a lot of extra money lying around to “test it out.”

Now, a lot of people often try paid traffic directly to some sort of paid offer.
I have not really found that to be the most profitable marketing sequence to my own offers, unless they were low cost offers with tight deadlines.

It could be the niche I primarily promote in, the make money online, biz opp and internet marketing folks (ugh).

Or it could be my offer.

For whatever it’s worth, so far, I’ve found it far easier to get folks onto a list and then start developing trust with them via some sort of automated email sequence or communicating with them in my group, The Parlay Society, than it is to straight sell them right from the ad to the “landing page” (the page they are taken to when they actually click the ad).

The truth is, if you’re starting from a cold stone stand point, it’s far easier to first warm up your relationship with someone else before trying to get them to make a hefty commitment with you.

The old analogy, let’s get to know each other before we date and let’s date before we get married applies.

So, you have to find ways to lubricate this process.

Here are a few ways to do it that still require a bit of elbow grease, but they work just fine:

Get someone else to introduce you to their already trusting audience. This is like when your friend introduces you to his other friends. If you folks are good friends, you and his friends are more likely to get on well than if you were a stranger trying to ingratiate yourself into their group, right?
Get someone else to promote your offer to their audience. This is how join ventures generally work. You have a product, they have a list, you split the profits.
Give before you expect to get. This is the whole ethical bribe thing. Give someone else tremendous value, something that solves a pressing problem for them before you ask them to start paying you for more. This is what you usually find happening on say a Good webinar (I mean a really good one, not the pitch fest blind copy ones).

Or...my easy go to way to do it, especially when I’ve been a bit lazy to automate the process, is to simply go to the places where people who have problems you can solve, and are asking for your help to solve them are already hanging out asking for help.

Where are these places?

Any freelancing site.

Craigslist.

Groups

Forums

Job Boards

Networking Events

Conventions

gosh...the list is pretty huge.

These places exist because people are actively looking for help and exchanging value.

Now, sometimes you need to learn how to educate them on what value really is, but that’s a separate post.

My point right now, and to get back to the whole title of this rant…

Earnings per offer is what I like to help folks think about, which is one step removed from earning per click, when they don’t have money to get paid traffic and instead, all they have is the ability to make offers.

With earnings per click, you’re focused not on how much your clicks cost you, but instead on how much you’ve earned in total divided by the amount of clicks you’ve gotten minus the cost per click.

So, for example, if your ads cost 0.20 cents a click and after 100 clicks you’ve earned $100 dollars that means you profited $80 because you had to spend $20 (100 clicks x 0.20 cents a click) but overall your earning per click were 0.80 cents a click ($80 profit / 100 clicks).

So, if you send out 5 offers a day, and you do this 5 days a week, let’s just say for the sake of argument, all you’re able to do is make 1 sale that month for $5,000.

That means you sent out a grand total of 100 offers and let’s just say 1 of them turned into a deal…

That deal you netted for that number means your earnings per offer was a total of $50 per offer ($5,000 / 100).

Doesn’t that put a brand new perspective on how valuable it would be to go out and make offers all day until you landed that one deal?

I would.

I do.

What if you could automate and scale that?

That’s what some of the folks that are niche marketing masters in the Parlay Society are able to do.

That’s what I’m working on.

Did this post help you change your perspective for the better or was this just a long winded asshole rant?

Thanks for telling me below.
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[Niche Marketing Mastery Interview - Mark Luckenbaugh​]  

Local Client Takeover!

Ever wondered what it would take to start your own lucrative local marketing agency?

If you're not sure where to start...

Start here.

Mark's agency has over 400 clients earning over $390,000 per month and growing.

He loves to help, love to teach and has the real world experience and grit that pre-qualifies him to teach you to do the same.

You'll have more than enough than you'll need to start offering your very own lucrative local marketing agency right after listening to this call.

Mark is in the trenches, he serves real clients, makes money for them and himself, all while helping people just like you do the same each and every day.

He's a true philanthropist and he gives away everything he's doing, and shows you how to replicate his success.

This IS NOT just vague and abstract tip advice stuff.

This should be a paid product and easily worth a few thousand dollars for those of you that take action with what's inside.

If you're thinking about making the leap from 9-5 to your own agency, listen to this call, take notes...then take action.

Here's how to do it.

Click the link to listen to the call

→ [Niche Marketing Mastery Interview - Mark Luckenbaugh​]  

Local Client Takeover!

Ever wondered what it would take to start your own lucrative local marketing agency?

If you're not sure where to start...

Start here.

Mark's agency has over 400 clients earning over $390,000 per month and growing.

He loves to help, love to teach and has the real world experience and grit that pre-qualifies him to teach you to do the same.

You'll have more than enough than you'll need to start offering your very own lucrative local marketing agency right after listening to this call.

Mark is in the trenches, he serves real clients, makes money for them and himself, all while helping people just like you do the same each and every day.

He's a true philanthropist and he gives away everything he's doing, and shows you how to replicate his success.

This IS NOT just vague and abstract tip advice stuff.

This should be a paid product and easily worth a few thousand dollars for those of you that take action with what's inside.

If you're thinking about making the leap from 9-5 to your own agency, listen to this call, take notes...then take action.

Here's how to do it.

Click the link to listen to the call

https://soundcloud.com/carlos-rosario-57/niche-interview-mark-luckenbaugh
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[Last Minute Announcement]

Want a simple business plan you can start immediately?

Something where opportunity is nearly limitless.

Something drop dead easy to sell and no one else is selling it.

Easier than SEO.

Cheaper than PPC.

More scalable than freelancing.

What you don't need:

- A List
- Pay Per Click Ads
- No SEO
- No face to face selling (we will discuss this though)
- No cold calling (Again...let's chat about it)
- No website
- No special skills

Minimum Recommended Requirements:

- Computer
- Internet Access
- One Autoresponder Account Service
- Viral List Building Software (Highly recommended and I'll show you how I set it up)

Total initial cost (excluding the computer and internet) :

- Autoresponder - $15/mo. (I use getresponse)
- Viral Listbuilding Software - $47/mo. (We'll discuss some free alternatives)

Watch as I sink or swim to prove the model.

We'll first start by talking about the concept (this is what the BETA folks are getting forthwith).

Next, we come back and chat after either I or you have results (we'll keep each other accountable).

If it kicks ass, now you've gotten to be a part of something you've learned from me, first, which gives you the headstart advantage no one else will yet know about.

It it flops, or you hate it....you have 30 a nice long days to get a refund.

Simple.

Once I've proven it works and we beef this bad boy up, this will easily be worth at least $500, no sweat (maybe more).

Here's how that math works:

You focus on one vertical (one industry or niche).

Get one client in one state in that niche that is ready and willing to pay you $1,000 a year for the service or $150/mo ($800 more...cha-ching).

I mean there are 50 states in the U.S.

Surely one person from the millions in each state would be interested, right?

You market a guarantee something like:

"Give me 30 days....and let me get you a rabid list of on demand customers that will make you AT LEAST 4 times your investment on this monthly service Guaranteed or your money back.

If you're not absolutely addicted to this service that no one else is providing that will give you a competitive advantage over your customers, force your customers to send you more customers and make you more than any other advertising you've ever tried then I demand you get a refund."

The good news is...this shit is powerful and I am confident you can use this for the rest of your life as your sole business model if you wanted to.

Here's the deal:

Vote and comment if you want the lowest price possible.

When I have the outline all square I'll send you the payment link along with the dates and times for the call.

Once today is over the normal launch price will be posted for the world (at least 30% higher than voters get).

You get:

The opportunity to be on the call live where I'll explain the concept, all the different but simple parts.

We'll talk strategy for getting clients

How much you can make

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[Helpful Advice] Which is easier?

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This is probably going to be a dark question, but it should still give you something profound to consider.

Is it easier to prevent the suicide from killing himself or is it easier to talk him into doing it?

I'd bet it's way easier to get him to jump.

Why?

Because he's already considering to do it.

All he needs is that one last little push.

Unless he's full of shit.

Now, why'd I even ask this?

Well, I had this one memory come up a few times that simply used to be funny because it's true and it was meant to be funny (I think).

I used to be a Bubba Gump's waiter when I went to Hawaii Pacific University (yes, in Hawaii).

The money was awesome and the stories were varied and there were many.

Anyways, I remember this real dead pan bartender, Casey that used to have the driest sense of humor.

So dry, in fact, that I sometimes had a hard time figuring out when he was joking.

But, I wasn't the only one.

There were a few customers that couldn't figure him out either, but I suppose that added to his allure.

One day there was this one dude that had come in the day prior and on both occasions he got shit faced drunk.

Well, this time he was there lamenting about how miserable his life was.

He talked about his girlfriend dumping him.

His fish died.

His pet rock stopped talking to him.

On and on and on.....

Casey was just listening to this dude while doing normal bar duty stuff like cleaning glassware, wiping the bar and so forth.

I was watching this one sided interaction without anyone noticing me because the kiosk order thingy was at the bar, facing the bar tender and patrons.

It was like a movie.

Anyways, as I'm watching Casey listen to this dude lament to him, Casey seems to become really annoyed.

He starts wiping the bar and looking around, seemingly for help like "Will someone come take this fucker home."

Then, as the dude is going on about his next miserable tale, Casey kinda stops him dead in the middle of his solilequoy...

"Dude...have you ever thought about killing yourself?"

"I mean seriously...you sound so fucking miserable."

I laughed out loud so hard when I heard this, but I guess it was noisy enough and I was far enough away that none of them heard me.

I cried hard, laughing.

I couldn't believe he said that.

The dude at the bar just stopped and stared, wide eyed, at Casey like in shock.

He didn't say shit.

Casey stared back at him, mid bar wipe, frozen.

They were eyes locked for like 5 seconds and then Casey went right back to doing whatever he was doing and moments later....

"Want another beer?"

I could not fuckin' believe it.

I laughed and ran to tell one of my other immature shit head waiter friends what I just witnessed and came back later to chat with Casey.

I told him what I saw and at first he didn't even acknowledge I said anything.

Nothing....

No reaction.

I laughed and finally Casey looked at me and gave me a little smirk.

It was awesome.

The dude left and the night continued, but that story was just a story until I thought about it in relation to marketing and sales.

There have been a few times that this thought came to me.

Like...you don't want to waste your time convincing people of shit.

Who's it easier to sell a bible to?

The dude that has 12 of them, already or the atheist?

Start with less hurdles in front of you and you'll make it to your goal faster.

Find your true believers.

I hope this story made sense.

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In the book "Power Money Fame Sex" author Gretchin Craft Rubin lays out 6 clear ways on how to get famous.

While some of these ways might be nefarious and should NEVER be pursued by those who consider themselves of high moral integrity and who care about their fellow human beings, I think they are still worth noting if nothing more than to figure out how to protect yourself from those that would make use of you while attempting to employ these strategies around you or figuring out alternative ways how to leverage them for yourself.

I regularly use some of these strategies for myself and my own clients, and they've worked wonders and helping secure bigger paydays for all parties involved.

So here they are along with my 2 cents on how you might be able to leverage this in some way or safeguard yourself from someone else's misappropriation of the strategy who might some how use it against you.

Let me know what you think.

1. Practice fame frottage (rub up against someone or something famous)

Interviewing celebrities can make you a celebrity.  Keep in mind celebrity can be a relative term.  

Fame is perception based so if you know someone prominent in your field that can influence a rather rabid group of fans...this is still useful.

Some people still don't know who Perry Marshall is, but you know what... the ones that do know he's a pretty big deal in the marketing world and fortunately for me...I got to interview him and leveraged that to get to other notable folks that can sway the minds of thousands I'd love to tap into.

This is the best way to get their celebrity to rub off on you without kissing ass or sleeping your way to the top.

2. Attain a prominent position.

This is usually how folks in the corporate world think.  

Kiss ass.  Move up the ladder.  Retire...wealthy hopefully.

Not my favorite method but the one you find being pushed today, especially in the American educational system.

It does work, but it's slow going and not necessary, of course, in my opinion.

3. Accomplish a notable achievement in your field.

Quite possibly the hardest way to achieve fame, but the one that is glorified and the stuff that documentaries and alot of famous movies are made from.

If you do it, you're a true hero, but it causes false hope for the masses. 

Striving to achieve greatness is really difficult....which is why I'm more fond of the perception of greatness, and why I choose a life in marketing ;)

4. Achieve ubiniquity.

I've never heard of this word or have seen it anywhere else.

It's by far the EASIEST way to become famous but more likely infamous.

It's creating scandal.

It's what you do to become notorious.

Talking about your past misdeeds or current ones.

It's the how and why famous killers are, well, famous.  

It's a motivating factor and the stuff of junk talk shows.

Fueling this fire is definitely easy but you'll be remembered for all the wrong reasons.  

It's the sociopathic way to win.

People who have nothing seem to use this alot.  

It's the kids shooting up schools.

It's the serial killer that wants his name in the papers.  

If you use this to get your fame...please stay away from me....we will not stay friends long.

5. Buy your fame.

This one might be self evident and probably the one I've employed most.  

There are so many ways to buy fame it's unreal.

For more on this just comment below and I'll see if I can't give you some more useful examples, however, to give you some practical ideas here:

- SEO yourself in the search engines
- Become an author
- Get published on notable sites
- Get endorsed by celebrities
- Buy your way into inner circles

6. Cultivate your colorfulness.

A lot of the over the top celebrities tend to use this and at any chance they get.

Think:

Donald Trump 
Lady Gaga
Marilyn Manson 
Michael Jackson 
Lil Jon 

They're colorful, opinionated and they stick out like a sore thumb...and they relish it.

This isn't an easy one for the introverted types.

Anyways, 

Hope you found this somewhat useful and appreciate you taking a moment to let me know what you think.

Want to see more of how I use number 1 in my own business?  

Thanks for letting me know in the comments below.
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Hi all, I'm Carlos a local marketing expert.  Recently discovered some awesome, yet simple ways to drive traffic with sites like Fiverr.com.  

Put together the BEST How to get leads prospecting course on the interwebs.

I'm a huge fan of "creative corollary thinking", Guerrilla Marketing, (Local Guerrilla Marketing is kind of my forte) and I love outside of the box thinking.

My primary goal is to help businesses develop lead generation strategies whether for the B2B market or Consumer sales.

With so many different online channels of communication and the proliferation of Social Media, inbound marketing, youtube and such its often difficult for many small businesses to figure out whats the best marketing game plan that they should implement.

That's where I come in.  I design simple creative custom marketing solutions for small to medium sized businesses to help them reach their business goals.

I'm originally from Brooklyn, NY, but now reside in San Jose, CA, which is a neighboring township right smack in Silicon Valley, the third largest city in California (yes, even bigger than San Francisco).

So what the heck is *"creative corollary thinking,"* you  ask?

It's the pixie dust of innovation that inspires people to create solutions that make you think "well why didn't I think of that?"

I sometimes refer to it as "under your nose" thinking that you can't see for its simplicity.

Most of my creative ideas are founded on adapting and taking further already existent notions and just going a step beyond what most are willing to in order to get ahead of the pack and outdo competition.

No one should run from seeming sophistication because its the key against commoditization.

I work primarily with small agile businesses in helping them develop customized marketing plans to help with branding, lead generation ideas and systems implementation.

I also train other marketers to develop their creative think tanks while providing support in the form of mastermind group membership discussions and frequent workshops.

I'm a lover of books and believe people are a collection of what they read and who they regularly interact with.

I'm amazed at just how many free powerful tools we have at our disposal and yet there are still so many that are not quite sure how to use it to their advantage.

Paradigm shifts and "aha" moments and social engagements are my dopamine release drives that I simply can't explain.

Adding value is at the core of my business propulsion and the secret to building trust and community in any space.

If you're a creative at heart or are looking at ways to get better at "creative thinking" and positive doing then please add me to one of your circles.

I look forward to engaging with you.

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Alyssa was awesome. She scared the crap out of me, but it's all good. A lot of fun to work with and made this go by smoothly.
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Ok so I had to get my battery replaced and when I got there he was out to lunch. I waited about 10 min but when he showed up he apologized and thanked me for waiting. He guessed that I needed a quick fix, took the watch talked with me a bit and boom a few minutes (if that) later he gave me my watch. Said it was like $7 and I was just amazed. No upsell, no phony talk. He's just a straight up hardworking, nice guy that knows how to treat his customers and what they want he delivers. What a nice, professional and genuine guy. Thanks Fred.. Highly recommend him.
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