Common Sense


What is the name of the hammer that a judge uses?

It is called a gavel. Vice-President John Adams first introduced the gavel to American law and legislature in 1789. He used it to call the senate to order. The gavel remaining in the senate and in judicial courts is more symbolic to history than anything else is. The gavel's main purpose is to get ATTENTION.

The business community is out of order

Bang... Bang... Order. I SAID ORDER.

Did the business tree become fruitless?

Yes! Strangled by Multi-level marketing, it stopped producing common sense 50 years ago. Regarding business opportunities, the web emerged into a playground for lunatics. Injecting myself into one of its tentacles sometimes makes me feel like I am in Vietcong territory during the Vietnam war. One is constantly bombarded by video advertisements that go on for nearly half an hour, all revealing the secrets to amass great fortunes in a matter of weeks. These campaigns never contain any valuable information, they just go on and on with fake testimonies claiming; “since I met John, I made 7000 this week.” Then if you join the ranks, you must listen to additional brainwashing methods that go on for hours. Discussions on how commissions go up once you turn platinum, titanium, diamond and oh, what the hell, let’s even include uranium. A normal individual could not avoid feeling completely drained after being exposed to so much deception. Folks, you know what I mean, if money was that easy to make, the U.S.A. would not have to go borrow trillions from China. But more about that later.

Consequently, if you keep searching for easy money or ways to make millions monthly, you will always be perceived as PREY and the ball will keep on bouncing. Hitherto, the mouse trap has not changed much, why should it? The old model is still very successful. A scam is simply an imitation of the mouse trap. The approach is always the same, the possibility of earning a large sum of cash quickly is guaranteed. The guarantee is the cheese. I have scrutinized lots of online money making strategies during the past 6 years and most lead to an ambush.The foregoing reality means resurrecting common sense will be difficult. It will require wrestling in the mud, scuffling in the dirt, exchanging blows in the trenches. Please forgive me for using military lingo, but whether we like it or not, business is war, this is well portrayed in the movie You’ve Got Mail. Meg Ryan owns a small book store which gets wiped out by big commerce. Nevertheless, let us roll up our sleeves because digging until the roots of the current predicament are unearthed is prerequisite for understanding progressive business configuration.

Once upon a time, location, location, location was the motto of success:

No one would have guessed that the small, fancy dry goods store that opened on the corner of 14th Street and 6th Avenue in New York City in 1858 would grow to be one of the largest department store retailers in the world.

Nevertheless, after several failed retail ventures, Rowland Hussey Macy’s determination and ingenuity paid off at the age of 36 with the launch of R.H. Macy & Co. He adopted a red star as his symbol of success, dating back to his days as a sailor. First-day sales totaled $11.06 but by the end of the first full year, sales grossed almost $90,000. By 1877, R.H. Macy & Co. had become a full-fledged department store occupying the ground space of 11 adjacent buildings.

Always the innovator, Macy’s is known for several firsts that changed the retail industry. Macy’s was the first retailer to promote a woman, Margaret Getchell, to an executive position, making business history. Macy’s pioneered such revolutionary business practices as the one-price system, in which the same item was sold to every customer at one price, and quoting specific prices for goods in newspaper advertising. Known for its creative merchandising, Macy’s was the first to introduce such products as the tea bag, the Idaho baked potato and colored bath towels.

Macy’s also was the first retailer to hold a New York City liquor license.

By November 1902, the store had outgrown its modest storefront and moved uptown to its present Herald Square location on Broadway and 34th Street, establishing an attraction for shoppers from around the world. With the store’s 7th Avenue expansion completed in 1924, Macy’s Herald Square became the “World’s Largest Store,” with more than 1 million square feet of retail space. (Note that Macy’s Herald Square will be expanding to 1.1 million square feet of retail space in the current renovation project.)

Macy’s is an example of success based on location. However, with the birth of the internet, location became archaic due to transactions shifting online. SBI founder Ken Evoy, was among the first to discern the revamping, taking immediate action in assembling material that would lead to the celebrated sitesell.com online marketing platform. I purchased the first level many years ago and I can pompously stamp it a heroic act. Even though Ken points out we are all blessed with certain talents, which should amount to profit if advanced marketing skills are applied to the situation, my mind could not lock on a product so I dropped out of the program. Big mistake. Like Amazon.com and eBay, Ken Evoy anticipated the deflection, his ideas were convincing and credible, not only did he offer education, but access to software which assured the proper infusion of keywords into pages.

In this context, Macy's is more than an example of success, it also reveals the behavior of consumers before the internet. Customers cruising the Main Streets of every city, going door to door until they eventually found what they were looking for. An epoch wherein buyers followed the law of supply and demand unconsciously. As the internet became viral, location became obsolete because millions of searches are occurring behind screens. Commodities like charcoal, gold, diamonds or even oil could now be labelled small potatoes compared to the possible fortunes keywords could generate. That is why Google is the most profitable company in the universe and also why I believe that at this juncture, the keyword question needs to be addressed using elementary jargon.

Behind the scene.

Jack’s old Corvette is falling apart, he has no choice, his job forces him to own wheels. A purchase in this case is necessary. He loves the color candy apple red, a very expensive flavor. He turns on his computer, types candy apple red Corvette on the keyboard and BOOM, within a few seconds, contacts appear on his screen. The set of wheels is simply a phone call away. Now! What kind of technological miracle made it possible for consumers to find whatever they seek in just a few seconds? Well, the computers responsible for the payroll of the AIR FORCE in the sixties were punch card operated. At that time, the machines were massive, the size of a small house. So this evolution did not happen over night. Nevertheless, binary language made the impossible possible in a fashion where a Canadian might want to chat with someone as far as China, if he does, the communication can be established within seconds. It is a new reality and unless there is a nuclear war in which everything on earth is destroyed, technology will only go forward. So it is vital for one to know what is going on. It is not clear if the founders of Google were aware of the big picture before burying themselves in computer parts, I read three books about Google, the last one being the Googlization of everything. Whether they were scientific prophets or not is irrelevant, the nuts and bolts behind the success of Goggle is that they eventually realized, after years of focusing on speed, that using search engines were free. That fact alone meant funding had to be added to the menu quickly. That is probably when the KEYWORD light bulb must have switched on. Yes! It all revolves around the following underlying principle:

One quarter of earth’s population are typing words in our search engine and we, Google, made speed possible, why not start selling those searches.

Said differently, it could be stated as such; "let us begin selling keywords."

That kind of reasoning is fine and dandy, but parking a Modus operandi is easier said than done. Millions can be typing vacuum cleaner in google but delivering the results means searches have to be listed. Lists begin with information and the end can only be reached by scrolling downwards. Currently, time is precious, consequently, consumer behavior will always be the same, folks will stare at the top ten and ignore the rest. This being the case, why not tell advertisers that the cost for appearing in the top ten is 100,000 dollars? In return, manufacturers know that access to a million leads will be extremely profitable. No more printing flyers, planning TV or newspaper ads, the disclosure of who is typing vacuum cleaner on keyboards converts into direct sales and being listed at the top of a page in google will surely attract shoppers to a company's landing page which triggers robotic email response. What happens when someone grasps the full potential of this new power? Yes! You got it.

The Genesis of keyword competition.

The cost associated with being listed in the top ten is immaterial if it causes a profitable Tsunami. In such cases:

  • We willingly open our wallets

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Advertisers will charge and break down the doors in order to drop more money on the table. This being the case, will Google refuse more money? I think not. The only solution was to kickoff a bidding blueprint. In other words, the auction road map would sustain Google, keep it alive, meanwhile the most powerful search engine in the world would remain free to users.

Nevertheless, considering criminology reveals smart criminals always invest in mastery, an appropriate illustration being the existence of HACKERS, internet users who simply couldn’t amass the funds to compete in the bidding war, had to find tricks to attract the attention of search engines. As a result, the term SEO was fired.

Google had a main flaw. The founders focused on speed instead of monetization, so the system was configured around content. The beast cannot be deactivated simply because a company must suddenly find a way to feed it. The initial objective was to make sure users were connected with the right sources. For instance, if a consumer types vacuum cleaner, she/he does not want porn to appear on the screen. Google staff knew that consumer time was/is valuable, therefore, the only reasonable win/win paradigm had to take the form of; coupling clients with the data they needed quickly.

Google founders only drove down the auction avenue after switching on the beast, if one knew the secret of robotics, then one could save money and still capture the search engines. Consequently, computer science sort of created a TERMINATOR scenario. The MATRIX could also be introduced at this juncture.

Do you get the picture?

Within the confines of the internet perpetual warfare will always reign. The bidders vs. the SEOs and even if there is a factor dissuading hackers from penetrating wherever they want, FEAR of being incarcerated, it doesn’t mean they lack the skills to unlock every cyber door. Likewise, Google cannot prevent search engine optimizing.

Since the internet is currently responsible for the largest fortunes on earth, in my opinion, disregard amounts to economic suicide, considering the fact that the following information will show you how inexpensive it really is to stay afloat.

For only 1 dollar you can have access to the NPC dashboard. The offers are triggered immediately but you can scroll to the bottom to refuse the offers. The dollar you spend will still give you 14 days to digest a fraction of the pie. Being courageous like the LION of the WIZARD OF OZ, I jumped in with my dollar and viewed most of the videos. Hitherto, I am convinced that NPC 4.0 is the best online business course available.

Basically, you will learn how to promote a product and create links to Amazon.com so that the purchase can take place. This will earn you an affiliate title.

I wanted to overturn the arguments of the competition right after my pitch landed in the catcher’s mitt, however, considering that the Keywords Make Money On Line lead to the following promises:

  • Make 300 dollars an hour
  • Make 3000 a day
  • Make 30,000 a month
  • Make your first million in six months
  • All this with no effort spent and entirely automated

The timing is simply wrong. It would be more practical at this stage to reminisce on what were the effects of globalization, especially in the West.

In November 2008, the three major U.S. auto industry companies -- GM, Chrysler and Ford -- asked the government for a $50 billion bailout to avoid bankruptcy. The Big 3 stated that their demise would trigger three million layoffs within a year, plunging the economy further into recession. Ford didn't really need the funds, but asked to be included so it wouldn't suffer by competing with subsidized companies. Congress initially refused, saying that the automakers needed to fine tune their request. It didn't help the three CEOs flew to Washington in big corporate jets.

Many people are outraged that AIG paid $165 million in bonuses after requesting up to $170 billion in government bailout funds. Some have even made death threats against its CEO, Edward Liddy, and its employees. Understand why the bonuses were paid, why the bailout was made and what led to AIG's near-bankruptcy. Learn what would have happened to your personal finances if AIG had failed.

  1.  AIG Update

The Treasury Department sold its remaining shares in AIG. The total profit to the government, and the taxpayer, from the AIG bailout was $23 billion. That's because AIG was worth a lot more in 2012 than it was in 2008. Updated January 4, 2013 (Source: CNBC, Does the U.S. Treasury Own Capital Gains on AIG Profits?, December 11, 2012)

Updated January 22, 2014, The Senate passed the $700 billion bank bailout bill on October 3 2008. The guts of the bill was the same as the three-page document submitted on September 21 2008, by Treasury SecretaryHenry Paulson. Paulson had asked Congress to approve a $700 billion bailout to buy mortgage-backed securities that were in danger of defaulting. By doing so, Paulson wanted to take these debts off the books of the banks, hedge funds and pension funds that held them. The goal was to instill confidence in the functioning of the global banking system, which had narrowly avoided collapse.

WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration announced details of a housing-rescue plan it said would help as many as one in nine homeowners, from low-income Americans struggling to avoid foreclosure to well-off borrowers who owe more than their homes are worth.

The announcement came two weeks after President Barack Obama said he would spend $75 billion on the housing component of an emergency economic plan that includes a financial-system bailout and a $787 billion spending-and-tax-cut package.

The foregoing are just a few examples of bankruptcies which could be carried on for a while, but I guess you get the picture by now. So if there were ways to make millions online with no effort spent, you would think that the managers of big corporations like the ones mentioned earlier would have figured it out by now.

Now what about this automated nonsense. Only the blind cannot see that the battle taking place within the business arena is more ferocious than all the UFC matches added together. As soon as a company puts its guard down, another moves in like a tsunami and wipes it out.

A good example would be Dunkin Donuts:

There's a price to be paid for ignoring Tim Hortons - $16.4 million, to be exact. That's how much a Quebec Superior Court judge dinged Dunkin' Brands Canada Ltd recently for failing to protect its brand.

The saga here stems back to 1996, when Dunkin' Donuts dominated the Quebec coffee market. The company had more than 200 stores across the province, and although headquartered in the U.S., was very much a distinctive Quebec entity. The rest of Canada had Tims, Second Cup and later Starbucks, but Quebec had Dunkin' Donuts. In Montreal, there was one it seemed on every major street corner.

And so it would last forever. Or at least that's what the parent company, at the time called Allied Domecq Retailing International, appeared to believe. Its franchisees, however, looked somewhat further afield and didn't like what they saw. Coffee was morphing from a morning drink into an all-consuming national obsession … and Tims was fast becoming the embodiment of caffeine in this country.

According to court filings, 21 Dunkin Donut franchisees alerted Allied Domecq in 1996 to the gathering storm that was Tims. The chain only had 60 outlets in Quebec, but it was rapidly expanding across Canada, and had just merged with Wendy's International, enabling it to scale up even faster. Between 1991 and 1995, it doubled the number of stores, from 500 to 1,000.

Although the Dunkin operators had enjoyed years of essentially no competition in Quebec, they knew a predator when they saw one. They filed a 50-point action plan with the parent company, signaling that immediate action was needed to safeguard the brand.

Allied responded, four years later ,with a refurbishment program that promised a 15 per cent sales increase for franchisees who participated. Daunted by the cost of the renovations, and declining sales, few pursued the option.

By 2008, Dunkin' Donuts presence in the province had tumbled from 210 outlets to 41. A partnership with Alimentation Couche-Tard, a major convenience store chain, was briefly trialed. Throughout, sales slipped while Tims rolled on.

Today there remain fewer than 15 Dunkin Donuts in Quebec. Tims, in the meantime, just opened its 500th store in the province. Surveying the rout, Quebec Justice Daniel Tingley offered a stinging assessment before awarding the $16.4-million plus costs verdict to the franchisees. "A successful brand is crucial to the maintenance of healthy franchises. However, when the brand falls out of bed, collapses, so, too, do those who rely upon it. And this is precisely what has happened in this case."

Another example would be Zellers:

Zellers Inc. is a retail banner of the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC). Once a major discount department retailer in Canada with up to 350 outlets in the 1990s, virtually all of its stores were closed in 2012 and early 2013 following the acquisition of most Zellers locations by Target Canada in 2011. Liquidators sold nearly all of Zellers' merchandise, store fixtures and shopping carts at discounted prices.[1][3][4]

Three Zellers stores were retained: one each in Etobicoke, Montréal-Nord, and Surrey to carry liquidation merchandise from HBC's two other retail chains, Hudson's Bay andHome Outfitters. The stores continue to operate under the Zellers banner but do not carry merchandise from the former chain. The Montréal-Nord location eventually closed as well leaving now two stores in the country.[5]

Even the publicity of TUBELAUNCH states that the economy is going  down the drain.

The list is long, Eaton, Steinberg, Woolco, K-Mart, Montgomery ward, Simpson, just to name a few. The lesson to be here is that the only difference between capitalism and war is that under the former, no blood pours in the streets, it is more like a slow death, economic death. So forget about this automated baloney, consumers want service, if you cannot provide it because you are sailing between Florida and Venezuela, then you are a game over.

With this being said, we have to believe that a few gurus can teach us how to make millions when actually the race is looking more like the one Prophesized by Lenin, that being, a few monopolies. Please do not get me wrong, I do not deem communism a better system, the past 75 years of recorded GDP proves that the Soviet Union were blinded by UTOPIA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gross_domestic_

I simply want people to know what it takes to succeed. Sort of like Clint does in Million Dollar Baby. He knows how rough it gets in the boxing ring and he wants his apprentice to be ready.

So now that we covered and discarded the automated bank deposit and easy money garbage, let us zoom in on who dominates YOUTUBE for the Make Money On Line keywords at the moment. The three main players are, Empower Network, HTA or High Traffic Academy and DS domination or Drop Shipping Domination.

I will not hover over every move Empower Network initiated, considering it appears to be a very busy organization of scammers and it would be too time consuming to go through all their material. So for the moment, the focus will be one particular scam which I have applied. I will tell you why it doesn’t work and provide you with real feedback I got from the companies mentioned in the following video:

Ok Let’s begin.

There is no way you are going to make 500 dollars an hour posting jobs like this guy promises in the opening of the video. Furthermore, three quarters in the video, Jonathan admits that he does not practice the routine anymore because the commissions are tiny. Ya! I bet someone would turn down 500 dollars an hour fully automated profits.

Jonathan additionally claims that the magic begins when you post job openings on ZipRecruiter.com. Well This is the message I got from ZipRecruiter only minutes after applying Pauli’s system:

Your request (#209979) has been received, and is being reviewed by our support staff.

You can update this request by replying to this email.

I have followed the steps of empower network on YOUTUBE (paulihelps)
he teaches how to promote jobs that were loaded to click bank, I did not
know this was fraud, perhaps you should take action against him then.
check it out on YOUTUBE please.

On Sun, Feb 23, 2014 at 8:18 PM, ZipRecruiter <support@ziprecruiter.com>wrote:
> ==============================================
> ZipRecruiter - Job Distribution and Recruiting Tools
> ==============================================
>
> We apologize for the inconvenience, but a problem has been detected
> with one of the listings you posted and your account has been closed.
> If you tried to subscribe, your card has NOT been billed. If you were
> already subscribed, we have issued you a refund for your most recent
> payment.
>
> Reasons this can happen:
>
> 1) A job seeker may have filed a spam/scam complaint against you.
>
> 2) Your ad may have triggered one of our automated rule filters
> preventing specific types of listings.
>
> 3) One of our representatives may have reviewed your listing and
> manually turned off your account.
>
> Please note that ZipRecruiter does not allow positions which require
> applicants to pay to apply, pay for training, pay for training
> materials, or pay for samples. ZipRecruiter also specifically forbids
> business opportunities and multilevel marketing opportunities. Your
> account may have been closed if your ad/s did not clearly describe the
> job responsibilities or if you failed to state that a position was
> commission-only.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> The ZipRecruiter Team

This reply from ZipRecruiter is connected with the following posting which is facsimile of the one mentioned in Pauli’s video.

We are a company looking for qualified individuals to help out with writings tasks such as:

  • Short stories
  • Movie scripts
  • Sale Scripts
  • News Feeds
  • Articles
  • Website PR
  • Blog posts
  • And more

Job duties include:

Draft and create consumer content for lifestyle and health related websites.
Research new products and services with relations to consumers.
Create projects for blogs and other new media.
Brand messages with reaching a large online audience.

You will have the opportunity to work with big name companies and popular websites in several niches from news, geography, sports, entertainment, travel and others.

Qualifications:

High school Graduate or GED qualified with an interest in writing for blogs, stories and other publications.

  1. Experience in journalism, English, communications skills, or other related fields.
  2. Strong written communications skills with the ability to proofread effectively.
  3. Ability to manage multiple projects.
  4. Experience with (Word, Power Point, Outlook, Excel)
  5. Internet access/online access

This is a part time and full time job, depending on your availability. Hours are flexible from 10 to 40 hours per week. Travel is not required. Pay is discussed via communication after application process.

Please email us at globalwritingjobposition@gmail.com with your full name and Resume.

We will contact you shortly, generally within 24 hours.

Good luck.

Moreover, Jonathan maintains that his students do not have to spend a dime to make money with job postings. Well, that is the first lie. You will soon learn that posting jobs isn’t free, once you are banned from ZipRecruiter, you will have to flirt with other sites and it is actually quite expensive. I was very surprised.

Now that we have covered ZipRecruiter, let’s see what Clickbank has to say about Pauli’s tactics.

Chad Z. (ClickBank)
Feb 25 13:53

I'm not sure who or what ziprecruiter is so I can not tell you there is something illegal going on. You would need to check with them on their regulations and policies regarding promoting vendors products on their service.

Also, the link that you mentioned in your last message is the redirect, or where a customer is taken after clicking on the HopLink. When you are promoting a vendor it is necessary that you refer the original link, not the redirect, in order for you to receive the commission for any sales made. Be sure that your HopLinks are in the following format (or the new HopLink Shield protected version of this format):

In other words, Clinkbank staff is saying that by following Jonathan’s strategy, I have been fooled in creating a redirect link which means that commissions would not have been paid to my account. What he really wants you to do, is use you in finding free job posting sources and by doing so, you are building a listing for someone unknown figure with the redirect link you created by going VIRAL. After taking action, you will be bombarded by spam containing the Empower Network signature. Please do not reply to any mail coming from these scammers.

Do not forget that online scammers keep repeating THE MONEY IS IN THE LIST. They just want YOU to build a list for them.

Now that we have covered the main weaknesses of the EMPOWER NETWORK, let me turn the spotlight on Vick Strizheus.

Vick is connected to the EMPOWER NETWORK and probably the founder of High Traffic Academy since he appears as the chief spokesman for that online school on YOUTUBE.

To be fair here, we must look at the good and bad side of Vick. Most YOUTUBE regulars know that he had problems in the past, but I really do think that whatever he did in the past is irrelevant. We must judge him by the quality of his current accomplishments. In my opinion, Vick is an extremely talented salesmen who most likely developed an habit of mixing with the wrong people. He should distance himself from the EMPOWER NETWORK, if not, then, he might sink with the ship.

Very few salesmen can speak for hours without a teleprompter like he does. His marketing knowledge is also very solid and valuable, but his PAYING IT FORWARD claim, remains to be proven. In other words, is he sincere or is he in cahoots with the enemy? Vick certainly has the capability to build a program that could compete with NPC, but for the moment there are too many weaknesses tied to his marketing steps.

The most significant hyperbole is unearthed when one opens an account on Clickbank for the first time. This online giant offers training videos that clearly contradict what Vick preaches. NPC training videos are also in tune with the ones created by Clickbank and basically, it comes down to investing in a Niche which will manufacture profits in the long run. Not close to the 30,000 dollars a week guarantees.

In his first High Traffic Academy video, to show proof of traffic and sales, Vick logs in to his Clicky and Clickbank accounts, but he blurs the name of the accounts. That detail alone suggest possible hacking.

If you listen to Vick for hours, you will notice he keeps repeating he has no SEO, graphics, HTML coding, website design or creation knowledge, just to mention a few areas where he lacks education. Then he asserts having spent 100,000 dollars on the teachings of online gurus, but borrowed 30,000 dollars to start selling on line, that is an easy to discern inconsistency. I have been around the web for a while now and there is simply no way one can spend 100,000 dollars in that department unless a person is really stupid, and we all know that Vick is not an idiot. Five thousand dollars would be an acceptable amount. It would include 1000 dollars in ads, 500 dollars of training, 500 for costs associated to website creation and the rest on salaries. When I use the term salary here, I mean, let’s say an entrepreneur wants a custom made header for his website, then he has to find an artist who has the talent to materialize the idea, when one wants to go PRO, the cost can climb quickly. After spending 100,000 dollars, you can be damn sure that Vick would have learn the ropes, every single facet of the business.

High Traffic Academy released 4 videos announcing the opening of the program, after boasting easy to assemble fortunes, Vick could not deliver the numbers. The product was good and the landing page was outstanding, yet with two attempts, Vick failed to print money. I have logged in Clickbank right after watching the 4 videos in search of a similar product and I never could find one with the same gravity rating. With such high gravity, the product should have sold itself. But do not get me wrong, in the aggregate, the 4 videos have value and it could become a serious course if Vick goes solo.

As for DS domination, I have nothing to report. Drop Shipping has been around for a while, International Traders tweaked it into a science after the second world war. As for applying it to Amazon.com and eBay, it could reveal to be exhausting. I would like to sound the alarm on how drop shipping is taught by DS domination. This method requires a lot of patience, you can surf Amazon.com all day long to find products that are cheaper than on eBay but that does not mean they will sell within an hour after posting.

Finally, I would like to destroy all hope for Surveys. I tested bludos.com and instead of getting paid, I won points for about an hour's work.

I always hated surveys anyway, we should stop responding to surveys immediately. That is how the architects of the NWO (New World Order) control the masses. In my opinion, surveys should be illegal.

In summary,

Up to date, NPC 4.0 is the best product for making money online.

In my opinion, NPC, is the only one worth recommending:By joining NPC, you will learn how to generate money using Google, Amazon.com and eBay just to name a few. Once you are connected, the system will ask you for a dollar, you can either skip every offer by scrolling at the bottom and clicking on the follow through link or you can accept the offers. You can watch at least 40 videos for a dollar, so even if you do not sign up, it is worth checking it out. Click here for a Super complete make money online course. I have spent two full evenings studying the content and it has value.

I will be applying NPC methodology to my own efforts soon.