ASPIRE Business System.
Michael Force here.
Have you had a chance to read through your guide yet? If so, what did you think?
After 15 years of making a full time income online, I've come to realize that most internet millionaires all have a few things in common.
One of those traits is modeling.
This means that you find someone who has what you want... and then you do what they are doing!
For me, I observe what successful online marketers do and model them.
Here's something funny I noticed in the ultra successful ones:
National Enquirer, TMZ, Newsmax, you name it.
This actually really confused me at first.
To make money online you need to know what people want.
You need to know what the guy or gal on the street actually buys.
Sometimes, that's not what you expect.
However, it can be the key to the kingdom when it comes to achieving financial abundance.
I'll explain more in a few days.
In the meantime, here's an awesome video to check out that will help you understand the concept of "tabloid marketing" a little better.
After all, these publications are the furthest thing from educational.
I found the answer when I read a book by a famous copywriter named John Carlton called "The Entrepreneur's Guide To Getting Your S**t Together."
"Some of the highest paid writers in the world are the guys penning the headlines for "must see" shows like E!... top tabloids like the Weekly World News and the National Enquirer...
... I keep those tabloid tactics of hooking and grabbing readers in mind while I craft my headline.
That's my big secret tactic."
When I read that, a lightbulb turned on in my head.
You may not know this, but the National Enquirer sells more copies of it's magazine than the NY Times, LA Times, People Magazine, US Weekly and Entertainment Weekly... combined!
Not too bad for a "trash" magazine, right?
The reason all the top marketers read the tabloids is because tabloids sell.
I want to share a story with you today.
Back in 2003 I was only a couple of years into learning how to make money online.
At that point I had achieved some success... A few thousand dollars here or there...
Yet it wasn't consistent enough for me to survive on.
I wanted to take things to the next level.
At the time my motto was "do what you love."
So I built my businesses around things that I had real passion for:
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