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How To Win The Internet?

“The Internet is bigger than Jesus and John Lennon.”-The Growlers.  Remember the good old days when if you were searching for something on Google you would type: “I have pain in my hands and feet” for example.  You would find what you’re looking for quite easily.  Back in the 2000’s, The Internet was a personal encyclopaedia that had the answers to everything.  Need to look up a recipe?  Easy.  Need to find out how to travel to Luxembourg?  Done.  Need to know why your printer won’t print in colour?  Here you go.  Those were the good old days.

Today, looking for a recipe is an onslaught of thousands of recipes that all match the keywords that you typed somehow that leads to lost time sifting through them all until you find the one you want.  Then you have the pop-up windows advertising cooking stores all over the place every time you search for something.

Trying to find the best way to travel?  Prepare to search through four websites that claim to have all the lowest hotel fairs but somehow you still find different fares on each of them.  Good luck sifting through your search results for help with your printer.  Every advice page with the word printer and colour stands in your way.

As the Growler’s would tell you The Internet is enormous.  There’s more information online than you can imagine.  The possibilities of what you could do with it and boundless.  That information can let you leave behind your desk job that pays you enough to make it month to month but not enough for anything else if you know how to use it.

Well good luck figuring that out.  You might as well call it a day.  Luckily for you, Matt Lloyd has already figured it out.  His system is making people fortunes.

MTTB has sent out over $25 million in sales commissions to people who read emails and blog posts just like this and they decided they were ready to use the internet to it’s potential.

Click here if you’re ready to do the same.

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