The marketers cure to sickness

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The other night I woke up in a cold sweat at 3am. My head was pounding and I’ll felt like I’d been swallowed into some kind of fresh hell.

I got up, went to the kitchen, got myself a glass of water and paracetamol, before crawling back into a cold sweat-soaked bed.

Two hours later…

I woke up drenched in sweat again.

The flu I’d been putting off for the best part of a week had finally hit.

I don’t know about you, but I make a horrible patient. It frustrates me intensley when I don’t feel well enough to do things.

I also get bored. Very quickly.

Admittedly, between the bed and the sofa, I slept most of the day, before finally managing to agree to eat some soup in the evening.

Which was so rank (it came from a can) that it went straight in the bin and I had beans on toast instead.

Last night wasn’t so bad, but I’m still not feeling great today.

However, I was cheered from my sombre state this morning when I logged into my account and discovered I’d still made $1407 yesterday, while I was in bed.

That’s a kind of heartwarming surprise.

And I can only do that because of the internet.

To make money online we need to drive traffic to our lead forms and sales pages.

There are a ton of different ways you can drive traffic, my favourite is using Email Traffic.

Why?

Because it’s high quality, sustainable and scaleable.

And that’s why this month’s edition of Business Ignition is going to show you exactly where you can buy this kind of traffic, and how to use it.

I am going to teach you…

* Email Strategy
* Where To Buy Email Traffic
* What To Expect When You Rent An Email List
* Guaranteed Opt-ins (And The Dangers)
* The Ultimate Email Traffic Source
* List Brokers
* Don’t Make This Mistake
* The Stats That Are Important
* Suppressing Emails
* The Email Traffic Rolodex

It goes to print at the beginning of next week, so if you want to learn the holy grail of traffic generation by buying email traffic, you’d better be quick.

https://www.michaelwilding.com/business-ignition/

Ciao,

Michael

The marketers cure to sickness

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