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Recently, Candy bouquets have become a popular gift together in addition to gift baskets. Many times, I saw an individual’s eyes sparkle when they received a candy bouquet. I can understand why.

Candy Arrangements are floral like edible creations that are not only beautiful but also delicious. People want to surprise their loved ones with unique gifts (not just box of sweets or flowers) and a candy bouquet is the answer. It makes a recipient feel really special. Almost all kids and adults love candy and always welcome candy bouquet gifts. Believe me, your candy bouquet gift will be a hit!

Candy Bouquet arrangements are the perfect gift for any occasion. For example, your sweetheart will be blown away if you give her or him Chocolate Roses instead of the usual bouquet of flowers for St. Valentine’s Day. A candy bouquet can be of any shape, size, color, or theme.

Candy Bouquets can be an amazing centerpiece for any party. People will not stop talking about it! If you want to be a hero of a party, create a candy bouquet centerpiece.

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November 3, 2013

Spiders Marketing Web Presents: Dan Kennedy on Essential Truths of Internet Marketing

Hello fellow Entrepreneur,

Got a great home business video training for you today. It’s the One and Only Dan Kennedy!

Enjoy and then Check out: for the full 4 hours of Essential Truths of Internet Marketing from Dan Kennedy himself.

Here’s to your Success!



> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 12:04 pm

September 27, 2013

Here’s How to Get in the Top 10 on Google Again…

I have decided to share with you something I think will be very helpful if you read it all.

Cracking the Penguin (Googles Ranking Program)

We are all fully aware of the adverse effects produced by the Google Panda and Penguin updates. Before these algorithmic additions, we would merrily blast our sites with huge link lists. Linkwheels were in fashion just like those wearing Snapback hats. Having relevant anchor text that completely matched our keywords was stressed to the max. While this wasn’t what I did personally, this is all many SEOs did to stay at the top. Perhaps they diversified their anchor texts by using LSIs. Many focused on establishing a keyword density of near 5-6%, maybe even used a 301 redirect to emphasize home page authority, and perhaps doing some link exchanges with other websites but only in the same niche. They pinged and pinged, and rapid indexed their money and ad sites. AutoApproved blogs were all the rage, although Spiders Marketing Web has never ever recommended auto approve. They sold these blogs though like hotcakes. These lists were all people were looking for in addition to Edu and Gov blogs. Don’t forget the d0follow craze.

These methods would produce results though. If we weren’t ranking #1 or rather highly for our sites, all we would need to do would be to get more links, and better links at that. Everyday we would worriedly check our rankings in Google as our sites fluctuated up and down in the SERPs every so often only to come right back up if we did things correctly. We would call this the Google Dance, or rather some variation of the meringue :P . It basically signified that Google was reevaluating your site due to your good (or bad) link building campaigns. Everything was bright and sunny. XRumer, SENuke, and all of those other tools were the golden keys to our SEO success.

Unfortunately way too many people were completely clueless in their efforts to link build. They took no time to read, or listen. They took no time to actually do some quality work.

Panda rolled out on February 23, 2011 and totally messed up our site rankings.

Who the hell does this damn thing think he is? Why did they even name the update after an Asian bear? All they eat is bamboo…At least name it after an animal that has a diverse diet. Google wants diverse content right? Anyway…

That Panda update screwed things up. But! The link building campaigns many SEOs did weren’t to no avail. All Panda affected initially was on-page SEO and content. All you needed to do to fix up your rankings was reevaluate your site and ensure that it had good quality, well-written and periodically updated content for your visitors and for Google. People did this and success was seen once more. But then updates kept rolling out month after month after month. Google got serious.

Looking back from Panda 1.0 released February 23, 2011 to April 24th, 2012, Panda gets updated on average every 5 weeks. Penguin and Panda are supplemental to the normal index engine! They get refreshed every 5 weeks! So if you are doing fine with bad practices in week 1, wait until week 5! Throughout the course of these updates, the following adjustments worthy of being noted occured:

The number of domains you owned played a factor. Think Google doesn’t know? What about those 50 domains on that same analytics account?
If you had a massive amount of domains that are on the same C Block, then interlinking became a no-no. Additionally if these same domains were supplemented by foul linking practices, odds are they all would take a hit if Google had enough clues. Doorway pages and 301 redirects became a no-no as well. Keyword stuffing and all of that other BS followed suit. Then Google + was emphasized and social networking played a larger role in the SERPs. Then Google got pessimistic about too much ad-space above the fold of your website. Then, in order to build on the foundation of Panda for targeting low quality content, the spell-checking aspect of the Google Bot was enhanced. Then they adjusted autocomplete predictions based on your last few searches and they actually reworked how often autocomplete comes up to reduce predictions leading to lower quality results. So Google already knows which niches can be a bit more troublesome than others. There are now index tiers too. Higher up on the tier means how fast you get indexed based on content relevancy and freshness. Then Penguin rolled out in the effort to target webspam.

Now the efforts are symbiotic. Panda takes care of on-page SEO and Penguin takes care of off-page SEO. These are also supplements to the core index algorithm, like I stated earlier. Penguin is updated periodically just like Panda is. A few features of Penguin is that EMDs are facing more scrutiny. The effectiveness of the EMD is not irrespective of other factors anymore. In other words, you won’t see EMDs with shitty SEO done ranking any longer. The power of an EMD is now based on how good the site’s content is and the types of links it has. Good content and good links, okay your EMD gets weighted more. Bad content and bad links, okay you are just a spammer utilizing an advantageous domain name. Google is also way more aware of keyword stuffing as well.

Another thing to notice is that there is more domain diversity in the search results. So, don’t expect a domain to have more than 2 results per page roughly.

There is also such thing as a freshness boost. Sites that have updated content will be weighted more in Google’s eyes. However, if you have low-quality content, even if you update it 100 times a day, this “freshness boost” is not applied to your website.

More text from the beginning of a webpage is shown in the description in the SERPs. Thus, make your introductory paragraphs count!

So some tips for cracking the Penguin are as follows:

Do not be foolish. Do not believe everything that you hear about SEO and Penguin. A lot of people want you to believe false information so they can prosper. Also, if you are not willing to help others don’t expect shit from them.
Put in the time and effort needed to produce good quality content. Ensure that your on-page SEO is top notch with a keyword density no higher than 5% or you will be making sandcastles with Matt Cunts. Use header tags, forget metas, ensure that you have at least several hundred words of content on each page and make sure you spell-check those paragraphs! If you have a blog, update content! Sites with updated content are going to be the most relevant. Thus, you will be higher up on the index tier and your site will be “first pick” for qualtiy SERP placement. If Google looks for your site because Kim Kardashian got another husband and they see that you don’t have much authority due to your lack of effective link-building, you may be out of luck even though you do update your blog with good quality literature. Updated content goes hand in hand with authority! Link-building is even more important for sites that have updated content.

If you get an EMD, you better ensure that your on-page and off-page SEO efforts are top notch. If so, you will be rewarded. If not you may have just wasted your time and money on a domain that is being outranked by a Weebly site.

Do not have too many OBL on your site. Do not link exchange on the same C Block, ever! Minimize the amounts of link exchanges you do, and venture outside your niche for them. Never bother with paid links. Those guys don’t know what they’re doing.

Ensure that your HTML code is nice and clean. Flash is bad. Go with HTML 5 and you will be thankful you did. Ensure that you are hosted on a fast server that doesn’t have shitty pr0n sites of Matt Cunts on the same C Block. Make sure your site loads fast.

Do not even bother with 301s or doorway pages. Don’t bother with link networks either unless they are done properly (different C blocks, different servers, relatively different niches, etc.)

Ensure that you have a social presence. I am talking FB promotion, Twitter tweets, Pinterest pins, etc. If you use bots for these instead of doing it manually, ensure that your promotion ratio is no more than 20% of the actual content you post on these services! This will ensure your accounts look real, don’t get banned, and that Google doesn’t screw you over. If you get 5000 links in a year from good quality sites and don’t even have 1 tweet or FB like, then forget about it. Social presence plays a large role in SEO. A lot is speculated on their effects being short-term rather than long-term, but either way I suggest a consistent and long-term social networking campaign. If you think a social presence doesn’t matter, go home, quit.

Link diversity is huge. Divide your anchor text into ratios. Do 50% of it as promotional text and 50% of it as random “what would someone linking to my site have for anchor text” text. Also, balance the amount of d0follow and nofollow links you get. Don’t screw nofollow over; they may not pass PR but they still give juice.

Do not bother with linkwheels. Do not bother with anything that can be traced back (circles, squares, whatever). Go after a flow-chart type of link scheme. You will need, other than social backlinks, Web 2.0s, forums, blogs, guestbooks, articles, videos, photos, pdfs, and everything else in your arsenal of links.
Go slow and steady. Newer domains need to go even slower with the linkbuilding. Consistent linkbuilding will always win. Don’t even bother with indexing links sometimes, too. Every now and then just let Google find them on it’s own.

Switch up your methods. Do not follow the same practices for too long.
Linkbuilding is just like weightlifting. You will hit a plateau. When you do, you change things up. Working out is nothing without the proper diet.

An example Link Campaign I would run is this:


Get your hands on SENuke X, BMD6 or some equivalent bookmarking software, AMR or some equivalent, XRumer if possible, Scrapebox, a Twitter bot if possible such as Tweet Adder or outsource, a YT Bot or you will do this manually, and a Pinterest bot or you can do this manually/outsource, and perhaps private proxies. I would suggest around 15-20. You will also definitely need a good VPS.

Prepare your videos with the Youtube bot. Write unique descriptions if possible. If you want to be all Blackhat about it, just rip videos.

Prepare you Pinterest/Twitter bot with a good amount of accounts and followers or just wait until you need to outsource.
Compile a large AA list 50k or higher, with Scrapebox alo

ng with some good Edu and Gov sites to manually comment on. Find some d0follow blogs for manual commenting as well.

Compile a good 20k or higher successful profiles list from XRumer. (You will split this list into a few parts)

Compile at least 1000 bookmarking sites for BMD6 or some equivalent software.
Compile at least 1000 WORKING sites for AMR.

Phase 1: (Link to the money site)
Time: 7 days

1. Use SeNuke X to make Web 2.0 accounts. Submit to about 40 sites per day. (Around 250 sites in total)

2. Write 3 articles around 350-400 words and spin with 85% uniqueness or higher. Have your keyword density no more than 4-5%! Then spin between these 3 spun, 85% uniqueness articles. Depending on the directory size, I would try to get no more than 50 successful submissions per day.

3. Sit back and relax. Do not index jack shit. Just find your successfully posted URLs and compile them all in a text file.

Phase 2: (Social Jolt)
Time: 3 days

1. Using a Pinterest bot or outsourcing (you will have already accrued a good amount of followers by now in preparation) I want you to promote your website evenly throughout these three days. Get a reasonable amount of pins/repins and likes etc. (maybe 100 each day). If you outsource, get a service on Day 1 and then a service on Day 2.

2. Using a Twitter bot, get a few dozen tweets/retweets per day.

Phase 3: (Press Release)
Time: 1 day

1. Using SeNuke X or manual labor, write a press release that is around 350-400 words and at least 70% unique (not submitting to as many sites as in AMR) and submit around 5 press release sites per day. Compile your URLs in a text file.

Phase 4: (Flex)
Time: 3 days

1. Use XRumer to profile register on a, say 20k list. Use the first 10k for backlinking your articles and Web 2.0s. I would assume that you would have around give or take 400-500 URLs. Give each URL equal opportunity of being posted on a profile. If you use a signature along with a homepage, ensure that your anchor text is no more than 50% promotional. Then the other 50% is the random (If I was a person linking to this site what would I write) anchor text. You will end up getting around 20-25 backlinks for each URL from this.

2. Use Scrapebox and a 50k successful AA list. Blast these 10k XRumer profiles on Scrapebox, giving each URL around 5 backlinks. Use random names for anchor text.

3. Do not index shit.

Phase 5: (Chill Out Penguin)
Time: 7 days

1. Get 10 manual comments successfully submitted on Edu and Gov blogs directed to your money site each day. Use LSI for anchor text and a bit of (If I was someone linking to my site) anchor text. You should get 70 URLs total in the week.

2. On Youtube, go post about 2 videos a day for your site. Make random videos and some videos related to the ones in your niche.
3. Make some PDFs, around 5 per day (docshare stuff) and include your homepage URL without anchor text.

4. We will not try to index anything and we will not be blasting any of these links in the future.

Phase 6: (Consistency)
Time: Once or twice every week from now on
1. Repeat Phase 2 consistently if you have bots. I would recommend slowing it down a bit. If you do not have bots, tell the outsourcing guy to take your shit slow. Buy 2 outsourcing packages each week, one for Twitter and one for Pinterest.

Phase 7: (Bookmarking)
Time: 2 days

1. Bookmark your Web 2.0s and your press releases with BMD6 or the equivalent program. (We will not be bookmarking the XRumer profiles for the randomization and balance aspect of things so Google will not catch on.) If you have 300 URLs to bookmark in total, for example, and 1000 URLs in BMD6. Then bookmark them to these 1000 URLs each day, randomly using a separate account for each day. That way, odds are that URL 1 will get a bookmark from BMD6 Site #1 and BMD Site #585 and URL 2 gets a bookmark from BMD site #50 and BMD site #57. See what I’m doing?

Phase 8: Final
Repeating everything/changing things up/your turn

1. Use the other 10k XRumer URLs to make profile URLs for your bookmarks.

2. Change what type of backlinks you are getting your URLs often! Don’t use the same tool over and over.

3. Keep making Youtube videos.

4. Keep your social marketing efforts consistent.

5. Every once in a while take a one or two week break from everything. During this period I would focus on “oddball” promotional efforts not using your keyword anchor text at all. Pretend that this site is not even yours.

6. Keep getting new lists to blast to and sell your old ones if you want.

7. Manually comment using those D0follow blogs.

So from all of our work, we have separate lists for separate tiers. We do certain things on some days, and certain things on other days. We keep our social efforts consistent. Sometimes we take a break. We never use too much promotional anchor text, but we keep it balanced. We always build links consistently and never go into overdrive. We never share lists between URLs…etc. I mixed in a lot of tactics here.

Hope this helps get you on the right track…

> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 1:06 pm

November 10, 2012

Home Business Tip of the Day: Where to Find Your Most Profitable Customers

Where to Find Your Most Profitable Customers
By Joshua Boswell

To determine your Optimal Selling Strategy (as you’ll recall, this is Mark Ford’s landmark term, borrowed from his book Ready, Fire, Aim), your first task is to find where your most profitable customers spend their time … and their money.

In our world today, I believe that online customers are primarily found in one of two places: Google or Facebook.

And, these two sites attract a fundamentally and philosophically different type of buyer.

Many marketers and online entrepreneurs lose a great deal of money because they fail to see these differences. They believe that you can use the same ideas, techniques, and strategies getting people to buy from you using Google or Facebook.

This is not true. And, making this assumption can be very costly and dangerous.

In my experience working with clients and developing my own businesses, I have found that virtually all products and services can be labeled as "Facebook Ready" or "Google Ready."

By labeling your company, products, and services as such, it helps you determine how to talk to your potential buyers.

The simplest test I know of is to search for your type of product or service on Google and then on Facebook.

Both are advertising sites. Both make money using enticing free content to lure you in … and then ads to sell you things. Both have billions of people using them every day.

But fundamentally, they couldn’t be any more different.

People use Google when they have an "Itch." In other words, they have an immediate, pressing problem and want to find a solution NOW.

People use Facebook to define, validate, or expand their "Identity" as a human being. In other words, they want to share with others who they are and they want others to validate them as part of a "group" or valued as a "friend."

Let me show you how this difference shows up when in terms of buying or selling things …

If you need a new cell phone and want to find the best price, carrier, and latest features, what do you do? You Google it, of course.

You have a specific desire for something better in your life — an itch that you would like to have scratched — and you go to Google to get rid of that maddening itch sensation.

Would you go to Facebook and look up groups that sell and market cell phones? Nope, not likely.


Because you know that on Facebook you’re not going to get pricing details, phone specs, and carrier comparisons.

Now, once you have that cool new cell phone in hand, what do you do?

You go to Facebook to tell your friends about your cool new phone, post pictures, share videos, etc. … You are sharing because having a cool phone makes you feel part of a unique group. It makes you feel special.

But even then, you’re not really talking about your phone, you are talking about your life, experiences, and identity as it relates to your phone. In fact, the new phone is just an excuse to use Facebook to further define, validate, or expand your identity.

This morning, I looked and found two fairly popular cell phone groups on Facebook. Were they talking about specs and data and pricing? No. They were talking about experiences they had had with their phone or that they had captured on their phone.

When you are looking for profitable customers, you need to ask yourself, "Am I selling something to scratch an itch?" Or … "Am I helping people define and validate their identity?"

If you are not sure, search on both Google and Facebook. See what kinds of results you get.

Inside of Google, you are looking for advertisers on the right side of the screen. (NOTE: I’m not concerned with how many organic search results there are … the stuff down the middle … I’m just looking at ads.) More ads are a good thing. And, if the ads are backed by nice-looking sites that appear to be making money by selling stuff, then all the better.

Inside of Facebook, you are looking for groups or pages that have a high following and lots of chatter. When you go into those groups, are they selling anything? Are there congruent ads on the page? More Likes, the more chatter, the more ads, the better.

Let me give you another example that is near and dear to my heart …

Go to Google and Facebook and type in the term "parenting."

On Google, depending on the day, you will find a couple of government ads, a handful of nonprofits ads, one or two sites actually trying to sell something (usually poorly), and a couple of ads leading you back to social-media type sites, typically targeting moms.

On Facebook, you will find dozens of groups, topics, and interests, with Likes ranging from 600 to 51,000+. If you put anything relating to parenting in your Facebook profile, you will start seeing dozens of ads selling stuff to parents following you around from page to page, hoping to attract your attention.

Why? Because, with the exception of trying to drastically correct wild teenager behavior, everyday parenting does not represent a major "itch" that people need scratched immediately.

But, parenting is a part of who we are. All of us either are parents or have parents. We easily connect with other parents. Moms especially want to connect with each other to validate and enhance their identity.

Once you have identified if your product or service is best for Google or Facebook, you will know where your profitable customers are spending their time. With this information in mind, you can begin to define specific plans for grabbing their attention and selling to them.

Next week, I will give you some specifics on how to attract the attention of your most profitable customers.

Until then, I want to strongly recommend that you consider joining the Internet Money Club.

Registration ends tomorrow night … and so does a very nice $1,000 discount I’ve arranged for you.

If you join us, you are guaranteed to have a solid online business up and running in 30 days or less.

What is more, you will work with Brian Edmondson — a seasoned online business expert — to clearly define your Optimal Selling Strategy — including discovering where your best customers are hiding out, how to attract them, and how to profitably sell to them.

By the end of the 24-week session, you will know more about making money online than 95% of the so-called "Internet marketers" out there. You will have solid business principles in your tool belt and you’ll have a crystal-clear plan on how to successfully run and manage a moneymaking website.

In my view, there is no other system out there that can give you this kind of hands-on, results oriented, proven success model. If you are serious about making money online and making it as fast as possible, the best way to win is to join the Internet Money Club.



> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 2:46 pm

February 27, 2012

Home Business Tip of the Day: ?Getting Clarity On The Things You Do

Hey Fellow Entrepreneur, 

So we’re on the subject of getting clarity this week.

Clarity is all about asking the right questions. Figuring out the important things you need to know before going in to anything.

In your last issue, I told to you about the questions I ask the viewers of my new training webinar before we even get started. I have them answer these questions so they can get clear in terms of what they want to get out of the webinar.

That makes the webinar infinitely more valuable to them. They get much more value out of it.

That’s a truth no matter what you’re doing.

Whether you’re on a webinar, or reading a book, writing a blog, whatever…

So today I want to talk a bit about getting clarity in another area. It’s just as important as anything else, but like those other questions, rarely asked by entrepreneurs.

And then I want to share an idea about why it’s so important for you to be able to ask and answer your own questions.

This is going to be a challenging issue for you. But read and digest it and I think you’ll be richer for it.

So let’s get going.

To higher profits and beyond,


 Getting Clarity On The Things You Do
By Rich Schefren

Today we’re going to talk about getting clarity in your projects

And really, it doesn’t even have to be a major project. I can be a minor project – anything you’re doing that requires several you should be looking to get clarity on.

I believe there are two questions for getting clarity on a project that we can ask. The first is, “What does done look like?” That’s the big overarching question. The second one is, “What does doing look like?”

In other words, when it’s complete, what will it look like? And, what are all the steps involved in getting it done?

Let’s look at these questions separately.

Are You Done Yet?

So how do you determine what “done” looks like?

The way you surface the answers to that is by asking a series of questions like, “if this project was incredibly successful, how would it turn out?” “If it was everything I wanted it to be, how would I know?” “If this was a smashing success, how would it end up?”

So those are the types of questions that you ask to get extensive clarity about what does done look like. Obviously if it’s anything that is more than just a few steps, it requires that you actually spend a few minutes at the very least writing out your answer to that question so that you can have greater clarity.

Now once you understand that, the next step is to figure out what “doing” looks like. To do this you need to really start listing all the steps that will get you to “done.”

I think I’ve probably shared this before, but what I like to do to determine what “doing” looks like is to brainstorm all the steps.

I don’t try and make it linear – first step, second step, etc. – because if I do that, I box myself in too quickly. So what I try to do is just brainstorm all the steps first.

Then as I’ve kind of exhausted all the steps, then I put them in order. As I put them in order, I realize I might have forgotten certain things.

Once I get all that down, I’m able to put it into a step-by-step plan that will lead me to this outcome that I’ve already defined by determining what would this look like if it was an amazing success.

Make sense?

A Harder Question: How do you know the questions to ask?

That brings up a more difficult question of how do you know what you need to know, to get clarity on anything?

To answer that, I’m going to go a little bit more global here for a second; a little bit more meta-level.

The answer is really pretty simple, but it’s not that easy to do. I’m talking about the ability for you, as an entrepreneur, to trust your instincts.

Why is it so hard to do?

Well you see, you’ve been trained ever since you were a child not to trust your instincts; that somehow your instincts were bad or wrong.

When you were a baby you wanted all your toys and your parents made you share them. When you went to school, you might have wanted to stand up and walk around; but you were forced to sit in class and pay attention. If you decided that something was interesting to you if it wasn’t necessarily interesting to your parents or your teachers you might not have been able to study it or get access to it.

You’ve been taught over time to trust outside experts to give you certain answers that ultimately you should be developing yourself.

The bottom line is, and this is just my perspective, because people don’t trust their instincts, they don’t know what it is they want or need.

They end up looking for answers without knowing what it is they need to know.

The problem with getting answers to questions you don’t know

So they end up joining a program, they buy some books, they listen to an audio but they’re not really clear what it is they’re hoping to get out of it. So they go to wherever it is they’re going; the program, the audio, the course, the book, etc. hoping to find out what’s there and what potentially they need as opposed to walking in knowing exactly what they need and what they’re there for.

When you don’t trust your instincts you end up deferring to others to tell you more and more of what you need for the clarity. Ultimately you’re not getting your own clarity. You’re getting other people’s clarity.

Most of things that you want right now, whether you really want them or not, have been ingrained in you. Someone else has told you that you need to have it. It’s obvious what those things are. You want more money. You want a good relationship with someone who loves you. You want a good business that makes you feel like you’re making a contribution and getting the security and freedom that you desire.

So here’s another big question. Do you think you need something that you currently don’t have in order to get something you want? Do you think you need something that you don’t have right now in order to get more money; in order to have a good relationship with someone who loves you; in order to have a good business where you feel like you’re making a contribution?

And if you do feel you need something, what is it exactly? If you don’t know what it is you need to have in order to get that, how will you ever find it?

Unless you’re hoping that someone else takes responsibility for knowing what it is you need and therefore giving it to you. That is a very dangerous position to put yourself in.

I’ll share a personal story about that in the next issue.



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> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 1:32 pm

November 5, 2011

Home Business Tip of the Day: The “Recipe” For Success In Any Industry…

Tip of The Day:
The “Recipe” For Success In Any Industry…

“I do not know anyone who has gotten to the top without hard work. That is the recipe. It will not always get you to the top, but it will get you pretty near.” — Margaret Thatcher


> Internet Marketing,Training — Wes @ 11:04 am

September 21, 2011

Your Path to Total Financial Freedom…

Why GDI Will Bring You Total Financial Freedom

Hi Fellow Entrepreneur

Kathy and I often wonder why some people are having difficulty building an income with GDI. On the surface, it seems simple enough to do. If everybody signs up only 3 people, do the math. For our 5 level unilevel structure, the levels look like this.







TOTAL —– 363 That Equals $363.00 per month lifetime income!


Wow! That’s a great Car, RV or quite the vacation fund.



Of course, your actual income would be far larger because of bonuses, and would continue to grow each and every month.


Do only a little more work and get all 5 levels to just 10 people each and you are at: $111,110.00 PER MONTH! How hard are you willing to work for that kind of income?


I’m sure some of you are thinking, yea right, how do I sign up 10 people? Well, first, let’s establish that it can be done. Log into your back office at: Put in your user name and password, then click on leaderboards. (Don’t have an account yet… hang on and I’ll show you how to start one.)


Look at the present and past people on the boards. Lot’s of people are signing up more than 10 every week. How do they do it?


(If you don’t have an account yet, check out for a few examples)


A question that I often ask people who call us is; “If your life depended upon you signing up two people in the next 24 hours, would you do it?” The answer of course, is always “yes.”


Then, the follow up question is; “How would you do it?” Nobody has ever said; “I would send out lots of emails.” The answer is always, “I would do whatever it takes.” When pressed as to what that means, they say; “I would talk to as many people as it took, until two of them signed up.” Sometimes they add; “I’d sign up four, just to be sure.”


Now, lets take it a step further. There are seven days in a week, only two per day, gives you fourteen in a week. That works out to 730 on your first level at the end of a year. With over 700 people on your first level, there will be some workers included, guaranteed.


If it takes you one, two or even three years, so what? The key is to stay FOCUSED and:  YOU WILL REACH TOTAL AND COMPLETE FINANCIAL FREEDOM with GDI


Not only will you have financial freedom, you will also have the time and the freedom to enjoy the fruit of your labor. If you work hard now for a year or two, you will have everything you want the rest of your life!


The key to success with GDI is determination and FOCUS. I am amazed at how many affiliates in my downline are pitching me on other programs. Many of these so-called programs, are those stupid money game matrixes that are here today and gone tomorrow.


No matter how many times people get ripped off with these things, they keep coming back! Other affiliates fall for the mythical, “spill-over”, free-lunch mentality mirage.


Along with all the hoaxes, and scams, there are also some legitimate opportunities. The problem is that you will have no success in anything until you commit to it fully. A lady told me the other day that she was focusing on four programs. That; is an oxymoron. She wasn’t making any money in any of them, but she claimed that she was “focused.”


I don’t get it.


Kathy and I are fully committed to working GDI. You can do it too. The trick is to FOCUS like a laser beam on GDI. Don’t scatter your energy. After you sponsor your first ten people, call us, and we’ll go over a personal plan with you to take it to the next level.



September 12, 2011

Home Business Tip of the Day: The Secret of Audrey Hepburns

 Tip of The Day:
The Secret of Audrey Hepburns
Sensational Success…

Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, you’ll find one at the end of your arm … As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands. One for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” — Audrey Hepburn



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