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March 05, 2006

A rare profit opportunity that will disappear in a few days

Dear friends and subscribers,

I have an exciting announcement to make... but only for those interested in profiting in their own online business, much like I do, day in and day out.

If you're not interested in making more money, then just ignore this message-- if you are, then pay close attention because this "profit condition" my friend Derek Gehl describes will NOT last long.

After a year's worth of research, and a whopping investment of over $79,853.28 -- Derek Gehl and his team have just released a special report that's going to blow the lid off everything you THOUGHT you knew about getting FREE search engine traffic.

Do you think it's HARD to get a top-3 ranking in Google, MSN, or Yahoo? Are you spending $1,000's on SEO (search engine optimization) specialists... or buying pay-per-click traffic?

Then you definitely can't afford to miss this.

Because Derek's elite team of Internet marketing specialists has put together test results and case studies that *prove* there is still a FREE way to blast your website to a #1 ranking in Google, Yahoo, and MSN... Yes, I said FREE!

There's tons more to tell you, so visit:


However, please note that while the strategies that are detailed on this page are EXTREMELY potent right now -- if you don't begin to apply them *immediately* (i.e., within the next 90 days), the opportunity will be lost forever.

Just like those who first embraced online shopping... e-mail marketing... and affiliate programs 10 years ago, only those who act TODAY will claim the lion's share of the traffic and profits.

The rest will be left to fight over crumbs!

I hope you enjoy this!

John Alanis
The King of Let 'em Come to You

P.S. Also, I must warn you that the special FREE teleseminar with Derek that's available on this page is only open to the first 250 people to register. So if you're interested, I'd advise you to move quickly and visit:


Posted by john at 04:17 PM

Should you use 'em and lose 'em?

Hey guys,

No matter how much I write or how many products I put together
there's always going to be a small contingent of people, both men and women whining that I advocate techniques designed for men to attract women, sleep with them, then dump then, only to move onto the next one.

That contingent bothers me not in the least... some people will always claim that the earth is flat, no matter how much proof is right in front of them. Why? Because it makes them feel good, makes them feel important, to whine instead of getting something done.

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Anyone who's taken action and invested in my products knows that the main goal I do advocate is to bring every woman you meet into your life on a long term basis, even if the romantic part is short term (based on her choice, your choice, or plain ol' reality). If I practiced what the small but loud crowd wishes I advocate, I'd have a string of women in my life who hate me, instead of a group of great women who are all assets to my life, even though it's been years since we had any sort of physical relationship.

But all this squawking about "dumping" women soon after you meet them, does bring up an important point something I DO teach and advocate: qualification.

Way too many guys are running around chasing cars because they don't know what they want in a woman. If an attractive woman shows up, guys try to spend as much time as possible with her even though if you listen to her language, you can tell she's nothing but trouble.

The most important thing you can do in attraction is disqualify a woman as fast as possible. It's not a mean thing, it's a time management thing and a benefit for you and her. If you can determine within 15 minutes of talking to her, that she's not suited for you in any way, then you can pleasantly end the conversation and move onto a woman more suited for you, and she can find a man more suited to her.

The trouble usually starts when a guy doesn't disqualify, either because he doesn't know how, or is so bad at creating attraction that he acts out of scarcity and pursues a woman ill suited to him, based on the criteria that she showed up and is female. As time passes he discovers his decision was a bad one, and that's when the "dumping" comes in.

Here's the truth: guys who understand attraction (and the qualifying process that comes with it) rarely--and I mean rarely--"dump" women they've recently met. Why? Because for a woman to spend any time with them, she has to match up to what he wants in a woman. If she doesn't, they both move on and find more suitable partners. By the time a woman gets to the physical part with a man who truly understands attraction, she's going to be in his life on a long term basis, maybe not as a lover, but certainly as a friend.

Guys who don't understand (or are too lazy to study) attraction tend to have a lot of women in their lives who dislike them, or no women at all. Guys who take action and pay attention to what I truly advocate (instead of whining to the world about their self-deluded view of the world) tend to have lots of great women in their life, and that number increases every single day. Years from now, those women are STILL in their lives, by choice.

That's the difference between disqualifying and dumping--abundance and scarcity. The good new is, you have a choice between the two.

On with the fun....

-John Alanis
"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

PS Ready to step up to the Big Leagues and lead a lifetime of power, success, and choice with women? Then go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now!

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Posted by john at 10:13 AM