I have an email address almost nobody knows about.
When someone is super-duper important, I give that person that address.
I’m on the verge of giving it to you, and you can write to me with whatever questions you have about earning an online income.
Today every affiliate in the world is frantically promoting a particular product: JVZoo Academy. It’s for beginners at (1) creating digital products or, as I myself prefer, (2) becoming an affiliate for existing products.
That means you earn commissions when people buy things through your link. The product creators deal with returns, complaints, order fulfillment, etc. You just collect the dough. It’s almost not fair.
But it’s incredible and amazing, as I can tell you from personal experience. All day long, while doing other things, I get notifications on my phone about commissions I’ve earned. Every morning I wake up and check. You can do this, too.
Today, with JVZoo Academy launching, most Internet marketers are sending emails like this:
BUY JVZOO ACADEMY THROUGH MY LINK! BUY BUY BUY! YOU MUST GET THIS! IT’S AWESOME! THERE’S AN EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! GO GET IT! GO GO GO!!
I’m doing something different. I’m offering to give you my private email address, that goes directly to me, that almost no one knows about, so I can help you succeed.
I’ll earn a commission if you buy. But being able to get your questions answered by a real person, and someone you’ve sort of come to know, is going to be worth way more to you than my commission is to me. (When you see how inexpensive the product is, especially until midnight tonight, and therefore how small my commission is, you’ll understand what I mean.)
So grab JVZoo Academy and I’ll answer your questions personally for the next 30 days:
P.S. To find out my secret email address, log in to the JVZoo account that will be created for you when you pick up JVZoo Academy and under that product click on the button that reads Tom Woods’ Bonus.
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