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Done For You Emails March 1 – 7, 2015

[DFYE] 7th March 2015 “Apollo 11 and Your Online Business”

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Apollo 11 and Your Online Business
John Kennedy, Neil Armstrong and Your Business
Without THIS Your Online Business Goals are Meaningless

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In 1957, the Soviet Union shocked the world…and embarrassed the US… by launching the first satellite, Sputnik, into space.

Then on April 12 of 1961, Soviet Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit the earth, again leaving Americans shame-faced.

If that wasn’t enough, in mid-April of 1961, the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Bay of Pigs fiasco caught the US off guard, embarrassed President John F. Kennedy, and left the nation trembling at the very real prospect of nuclear destruction.

But rather than wallow in fear and shame, Kennedy stepped boldly forward and set an aggressive…and some thought unachievable goal…

On May 25 of 1961, he addressed the US Congress and declared…

…this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth.

With his nation anxious, afraid, and embarrassed by a massive, aggressive, and technologically superior enemy, Kennedy stepped up and gave the country an inspiring goal to strive for…

…and he gave them a deadline.

“before this decade is out”

Kennedy knew that no goal, no matter how inspiring, means anything at all, without a DEADLINE.

And we know the rest of the story.

On July 20, 1969, with just over 5 months left before the deadline, Neil Armstrong stepped out of Apollo 11’s lunar module and touched down on the moon.

“That’s one small step for a man…one giant leap for mankind”

Goals don’t produce heroic results, goals with deadlines do.

Now, your financial situation may not be as embarrassing and fearful as Sputnik and the missile crisis were to the US back in those days…but most people do feel some shame and fear about starting their own business.

That’s fine. As long as you don’t wallow in it. As long as you set a goal…and a deadline to get it going.

Because here’s the thing: YOU have to be President Kennedy with your business success. Nobody is going to set the deadline for you.

And without a deadline, goals are meaningless.

What’s your online business goal…and what’s your deadline?

Write it down. Deliver your speech to Congress. Make it real.

Then, after you’ve set your deadline, there are just two more crucial steps….

1. Get started as soon as possible. The sooner you get started the sooner you’ll get to the moon.
2. Select a proven, simple, step-by-step program to help you achieve your goal by your deadline. NASA didn’t just “wing it”. They used a serious, scientific system.

MTTB has paid out over $20,000,000 to partners all over the world in just a few short years, with a simple, guarantee 21-step system.

So, if you want to get your online business “to the moon” then set your goal, set your deadline, and…



[DFYE] 6th March 2015 “From Plumber to Online Emperor”

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From Plumber to Online Emperor
After He Fell Down the Stairs, He Found Success
He Left School When He Was 14…Now Look at Him

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Scott Smith left school when he was 14 to work as a plumber. He honed his skills through the years and eventually became a highly-sought-after mechanical plumber, working sometimes 7 days a week on some of the biggest hospital construction projects in Australia.

Then he fell down a flight of stairs and his life changed forever.

Scott wondered if the injury to his shoulder meant the end of his career as a plumber.

But he had no other skills or educational degrees to fall back on.

Then he found MTTB and his life changed forever AGAIN.

Watch Scott’s short video here…


[DFYE] 5th March 2015 “Review of MTTB from Wall Street Pro”

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Review of MTTB from Wall Street Pro
Why This Wall Street Pro and Franchisee Choose MTTB
Wall Street Pro Reviews MTTB

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Scott Oliver has been a Royal Marine Commander, and top closer for a Wall Street investment house, a real estate investor, and a franchise operator.

He’s been successful in every market.

But when he found MTTB he realized he had stumbled across something revolutionary.

Among the “hot buttons” that convinced Scott to join MTTB were…

The humility of MTTB founder Matt Lloyd
The hundreds of hours of marketing education provided by MTTB and MOBE
The “trivially” low startup cost of MTTB

But the most amazing thing about MTTB, according to this former phone sales pro, is…

Watch Scott’s short video here.


[DFYE] 4th March 2015 “The Sales Formula He Paid $20,000,000 to Learn”

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The Sales Formula He Paid $20,000,000 to Learn
The $20,000,000 Sales Formula
The Sales Formula that Costs $20,000,000 to Perfect

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According to marketing legend, Claude Hopkins, back in the 1920s an American department store advertised a “$1000 Easter hat”.

That same hat would cost about $14,000 today.

And the room with the display could not hold the number of women who came to see it.

Now, none of those women came to buy the hat. They just came to marvel at something so valuable. The massive “traffic” generated by this curiosity surely generated lots of extra revenue for the store.

What does this have to do with your online business?

A couple of things…

First, note that people are attracted to very expensive items. No one sits around and talks passionately for hours about a Ford Fiesta. No one goes to an auto show to drool over a Hyundai Accent.

But they will spend hours looking over a high priced item, simply out of curiosity or desire.

You should have very high priced products in your “catalog” for this reason. It will increase sales of your lower priced items. And, yes, a certain percentage of your customers will buy the ultra-high priced items. If you don’t offer them, you miss out on that revenue.

Second, the MTTB system is, in and of itself, an ultra-high-priced item worthy of your curiosity.

No, it doesn’t cost YOU a lot of money to join MTTB. Far from it. Just $49.

But the system cost $20,000,000 to develop.

That’s how much commission Matt Lloyd has paid out over just a few short years.

Would you rather try to come up with your own system for making money online, or use a system one of the world’s foremost online experts has spent $20,000,000 perfecting?

Satisfy your curiosity here…



[DFYE] 3rd March 2015 “Are You Asking Questions that Have Been Answered?”

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Are You Asking Questions that Have Been Answered?
The Biggest Waste of an Entrepreneur’s Time?
There Is Such a Thing as a Stupid Question

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Ever heard the advice, “There’s no such thing as a stupid question?”

I’m not so sure about that.

One of the greatest mistakes entrepreneurs make is asking questions that have already been answered.

They ask questions like,

“What product should I sell?”
“What should my website look like to maximize sales conversions?”
“What’s the best way to ship products?”
“How should I handle customer service and administration?”

These are not questions that deserve long study or deep thought.

They are questions that have been largely answered already.

What product should you sell? Well, the only real answer to that question in today’s online marketing reality is, “Expensive, high-profit products”.

What should my website look like to maximize sales conversions? Again, this question has been answered by the top online marketers. There’s a reason you see very similar designs being used…they’ve been proven to work.

What’s the best way to ship products? The best answer to this question is “Don’t!” Sell events, sell digital products, or sell for someone else who will do the shipping.

How should I handle customer service and administration? The best answer is “by outsourcing it”. Either sell for someone who will handle all that for you or hire low-cost virtual assistants to handle it for you.

MTTB sells high-priced, high profit products for which they pay commissions of $1000, $3000 and $5000.

They’ve already developed a high-converting sales funnel. You don’t need to build websites.

And they do all the shipping, administration and customers service for you…heck, they even have a highly-skilled phone sales team to sell for you!

Spend your time asking questions that don’t already have answers, those are the riddles that, when you solve them, will pay HUGE dividends.

Are you wasting time asking questions that have already been answered?

Get all the answers here…



[DFYE] 2nd March 2015 “Uncle Claude on Testing”

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Uncle Claude on Testing
The Ad Master Who Can’t Be Fooled
How to Go Bankrupt Quickly

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In my last message I told you about the “Bible” of modern advertising, Claude Hopkin’s 1923 classic, Scientific Advertising. Perhaps the greatest 100 pages of marketing wisdom ever written.
Every serious student of direct marketing has read this little book at LEAST 3 times. Some read it every year.

And one of the “gospel truths” Uncle Claude teaches in this amazing book is the value of testing advertisements in direct mail.


Because back in Claude’s day, direct mail was the ultimate task master for a marketer.

It could not be fooled.

If you tested two offers and tracked the results, you knew for a fact which offer was better.

Hopkins gives the example of a firm selling a $5 item. One of their ad writers created an ad where the responses cost the company 85 cents. In other words, for every sales letter they mailed, they earned $4.15.

Another writer in the firm submitted an ad which he thought would perform better.

The responses to that ad cost $14.20!

In other words, they paid $19.20 to get one order for $5!

What if they hadn’t tested and tracked the second ad?

What if they had just mailed it out? Over and over again?

They’d be bankrupt.

What does this have to do with your online business?

Well, even in an age where every ad, every subject line, every email, every sales letter, every click and every purchase can be easily tracked hundreds of different ways online, some marketers still don’t test and track as Uncle Claude recommended.

And they go bankrupt.

And here’s the real kicker…they’re trying and failing at things that other marketers have already figured out through their own testing.

Matt Lloyd has paid out over $20,000,000 in commissions through MTTB and his other online business programs.

You don’t pay out that much money without testing and tracking until you know EXACTLY what works.

MTTB is a system – proven through hundreds of thousands of tests – to pay out $1000, $3000 and $5000 commissions.

That’s why MTTB guarantees that if you work the 21 steps and don’t earn a commission within in 30 days, you’ll get 10 times your money back.

You can’t make guarantees like that if you haven’t tested like Uncle Claude taught!

Test it for yourself…



[DFYE] 1st March 2015 “Lesson 1 from “Uncle Claude””

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Lesson 1 from “Uncle Claude”
Lesson 1 from the Marketing “Bible”
Do You Know this Marketing Commandment?

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Claude Hopkins is revered in the world of direct response marketing as “Uncle Claude”. He’s the patron saint of modern advertising. His tiny book, Scientific Advertising, written almost 100 years ago, is still on the shelf of every serious direct marketer to this day.

If you want to achieve your online marketing dreams, reading Scientific Advertising is perhaps the best use you’ll ever make of a couple of hours.

In fact, marketing legend, David Ogilvy, said…

“Nobody should be allowed to have anything to do with advertising until he has read this book seven times.”

It’s only about 100 pages, so read it. Read it again. Read it 7 times. Read it every year.

It’s that important.

And the very first “rule”, Uncle Claude explains is that advertising is “Just Salesmanship”.
What he means is that you consider your advertising a salesman. Hold it to the same standards. Don’t do anything in your advertising that you would not expect a good salesman to do.

But to this day, marketers still make the mistakes that Hopkins warned against way back in 1923.

• Many think advertisements should be written in lofty or hyper-charged language. But they would be offended by a salesman talking the same way.

• Many think advertisements should be clever and contain catchy slogans. But they would tune out a salesman who talked that way.

• Many think advertisements should be brief. But they would not hold a salesman to a word count limit.

• Many believe that advertisements should be in large type with big headlines. “Yet they do not admire salesman who talk in loud voices.”

And on and on.

Check out some of the advertising on Matt is the president of MOBE and MTTB.
When you watch his videos, you won’t see an ultra-hyper, flashy, clever pitchman. You’ll see a regular guy who’s worked VERY hard to figure out the basics of online marketing. And wants to share it with you.

If you’re tired of flashy, clever, over-the-top advertising, go with a company Uncle Claude would be proud of.

Get started here…



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