Google’s pay-per-clicks now free
In what is perhaps the most shocking announcement made in some time regarding the vast world of the Internet, a New York doctor has just released a very private “secret” he’s been using since the earliest days of targeted paid advertising at search engines.
He admitted without hesitation that he’s gotten over $87 million in pay-per-click adverti
sing over the last nearly 8 years at such search engines as Google, Overture, MSN, Yahoo and others, and resulting in his having amassed a $300 million fortune!
In the past 2 years alone he’s netted over $166 million as a result of what he calls a very simple “oversight” promoters online have altogether missed.
So valuable this “oversight” has proven that he’s finally decided to share it with the rest of us.
And his timing couldn’t be better!…
– Since going public Google’s ads haven’t become any cheaper!
– Other paid-for search engine advertising at large is rising faster than inflation can keep up!
“Back in the day” even an affiliate could just go to some website, sign up free to sell some product (such as with Amazon stores or the vast ebooks at ClickBank) and then just place a small 4-line pay-per-click ad, fine tune it, and then sit back and make money on autopilot.
But with rising costs this is getting much, much harder, and has literally seen the demise of many, many affiliate businesses go completely under.
But now with the release of this New Englander’s super-secret, webmasters, promoters, both big and small business owners, as well as affiliates with shoestring budgets are back in the game!
When asked why he kept this “oversight” secret, the New Yorker responded “I knew I had a good thing, quite possibly a monopoly over any market I cared to try … I made a success of 16 web businesses in less than a decade … do you honestly blame me? …”
But now he’s decided to share his know-how as he knows that doing so doesn’t take a single dollar away from his $300 million fortune, and it won’t cause widespread usage to the degree that it will even put a dent in search engine activity.
To be sure the good doctor had the sense to consult several Internet experts and “macroeconomists” just to be on the safe side.
Additionally, you should know that nothing about his secret either robs search engines (so you don’t have to fear Google coming after you!) or is anything about it illegal in any other way.
What you may even find strangely surprising about his secret is the fact that it actually “helps” search engines make even more money! (You’ll have to see it for yourself to understand how this is actually possible!)
So if you think you’re smarter than most people, then here’s your chance to prove it to everybody else! Just grab the good doctor’s secret for yourself at:
But I feel it only fair to warn you that this doctor fellow from New England is a tad eccentric and self-admittedly “moody” and he’s threatened to withdraw this secret at some point soon without so much as a single day’s notice … (Northerners!)
So if I were you I’d not take any chances because although he may keep it available for the next 2 months, he may also take it off the market just 2 days from now (and then you’ll kick yourself saying “Dad-gummit! I knew I should have grabbed that when I had the chance!” … so don’t let this happen).
Also keep this in mind…
How many times since the commercial release of the Worldwide-Web have you seen sudden “breakthroughs” of great fortune-making potential come and go where just a few people were in the right place at the right time to be able to take advantage of them? — You’re right … very, very few.
So don’t overlook this post as it may very well prove to be one of the most influential and important ones you’ve ever received…