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BlogBeast Buzz: Tony Rush, Cocaine, Cash

I’m on a private Empower Network BlogBeast hangout right now.

As usual, Dave Sharpe called out a few of Empower’s all-time top earners to share some words of wisdom.

Not surprising, Tony Rush kicked things off.

Also not surprising, he shared something that really opened my eyes.

Ready for it?  Here goes:

“You’re In The Right Place At The Right Time, Right Now.”

Stay with me…

Yes, I’ve been excited about the launch of ENV2 for a while; yes, I’ve said myself that we’re about to enter a hyper growth phase.

All very true.

So why did that simple message take my existing excitement and make it snort a line of cocaine?

Well, even with all my big expectations, what Tony said really made me see this sucker in a whole new light.

My vision went from, “the new blog’s gonna be better for Team Mojo and the buzz will help everyone sell more basic memberships,” to “this is like buying up a shit-ton of Apple stock upon public offering way back in the damn dizzay.”

You picking up what I’m putting down?

Yeah, well, unlike Apple stock — which still would’ve been super awesome, don’t get me wrong — this won’t take years to see that kind of crazy return.

It’s the type of thing, where, getting some good search engine rankings now or figuring out a winning paid traffic campaign now or going YouTube crazy right now could take you from zero to $10,000 per month in a matter of days.

Big, fat, obvious income disclaimer:

I’m merely pointing out what’s possible.  This is only my gut feeling.  I could be way wrong.

There’s no guarantee of any kind.

But one would think, with all the hype and excitement this new and improved Viral Blogging System is sure to cause…

… combined with the fact that it’s supposedly a blog platform game-changer…

… a good traffic source could become effin’ unbelievable (that’s scientific for “great”) once that switch gets flipped and the BlogBeast cart opens.

Be honest.

You’ve done it.  I’ve done it.  We’ve all done it.  We’ve all whined about never getting lucky.

Never being in the right place at the right time.

And I’m not really a believer in getting lucky and I’m not saying that joining Empower Network today would be like winning the lottery.

But I am saying it COULD be.

For the right people.  Like me, for example:

… someone who’s all in — physically, mentally, emotionally.

… someone who genuinely believes in this company, its leaders, and its products.

… someone who’s willing to sprint for the next month, knowing that a few all-nighters could translate into the biggest paydays these eyes have ever seen (by a long shot).

Someone like that should get in, get pumped, and get busy.

Because if I’m right, that type of person is on the verge of a complete lifestyle makeover.

Zero to hero.

Down with a frown to sunny skies and Mai Thais.

This job’s killin’ me to nobody’s as ill as me.

(Speaking of cocaine, I swear I only abuse coffee.)

Anyways, leave it to Tony Rush to provide clarity over something I thought was already crystal clear.

But what now, right?

BlogBeast Bullets

“Brad’s buzzin’ about Blog Beast but what do I do to cash-in?”

Well, besides, grandfathering-in your $25 Viral Blogging System price — plus getting personal mentoring and all of my Team Mojo bonuses — by clicking over to my partner page:

  • Identify a pocket of blog buyers
  • Make a list of everything they’re Googling daily
  • Write next-level content covering each of those terms
  • Optimize it so that Google hearts it, like this
  • Start driving traffic using these techniques
  • And basically go guerrilla on your competitors

… so that you’re every-freakin’-where your most likely-to-buy prospects are…

… is a helluva place to start.

I mean, that’s what I did and it’s worked out pretty well for me.

And it’s what I’ll continue to do, hardcore, for the next couple of weeks until ENV2 or BlogBeast or whatchamacallit (do they still make that candy bar or what?) goes live.

This video reveals more.

#1 Empower Network Blogger,

Brad Campbell

About the author: Profit Pimp helps network marketers overcome their Kool-Aid addiction. Like Danny DeVito in a purple El Camino, he’s neato. Read his stuff. After all, it’s free — unlike prostitution.

4 comments… add one

  • Albert September 26, 2013, 5:08 am

    Hello Brad,

    I must confess you’re the best blogger i’ve seen in cyberspace!

    I’ve just visited your blog and wouldn’t mind joining you.

    Though i’ve got a couple of questions.

    I’m already a member of EN to the 15k Formula and i’ve made just one sale since September 2012!

    Annoying though…but that’s the truth.

    I’m Nigerian and it’s been quite expensive paying the recurring monthly bills of about $125 plus the $19 affiliate fee because of the high dollar equivalent to the Naira (N162 – $1).

    But i’m willing to change my fortune by tapping into your training.

    I’m on a shoe string budget and would want to know if i can pay for just one month to your backdoor $15 Internet Lifestyle Network opportunity and still get the privilege to get all your Team Mojo trainings and Facebook group.

    As regards the Long Tail Pro Platinum software….Clickbank/paypal does not offer their services to people from Nigeria so i really can’t pay for the software…..please what do you suggest i do.

    Also about i would love to ask if I can continue with my EN blog or do i have to build a personal one from scratch even with ENV2 coming up soon…..i need your advice on this also.

    Sorry for the questions….there are so many challenges doing business online from Nigeria (slow internet, frequent power outages and the scam image associated with Nigerians online) but i’ve decided i’m not giving up.

    Talking about what pocket of people to target and channel my blog posts to…..i really don’t know what pocket of people to target.

    I’m willing to do what it takes to overcome these challenges….but need your help because of the peculiar circumstance i’ve found myself.

    Please tell me what to do within my tight budget to get started with you.

    • Brad Campbell September 26, 2013, 7:44 am

      Thanks Albert. You can access my Team Mojo training and bonuses by joining me inside the Internet Lifestyle Network, yes, but I’d expect you to stick around and not just quit after one month.

      I appreciate your honesty. You might wanna save up a little and come back to this when you’re in a slightly better spot financially. You can do this on a shoestring, yes, but you still need a little money to play with.

  • Gilbert Nichols November 9, 2013, 9:48 pm

    I, too, am in EN with my wife, though it’s all in her name and we have been struggling with organizing the posts…I have personally posted close to 200 since early April. The only money we’ve made has been from a warm market lead from another MLM’er who had bought something else we were selling prior to EN and has been on the subscription. I’ve been eating up your material as it is much more believable than someone who had a huge list prior to coming to EN and had huge earnings with all those people opting in; then turning around and saying I can do the same thing. Ha! I started below ground zero in Internet Marketing and your material has given me hope. Thanks again.

    • Brad Campbell November 10, 2013, 8:33 am

      Thanks Gilbert. I checked out your blog quick. Your posts are actually solid. And you’ve put in a ton of work. Your main issue – and it’s the same problem I see with all new bloggers – is that your content is all over the place.

      So Google’s probably seeing you as an authority on nothing. Hence, no rankings. And no traffic.

      If you pick one specific niche that you know will bring buyers to your blog, and dominate that niche, you’ll start seeing traffic and sales.

      Keep your head up and keep going. You’ve definitely got the skills to make this work.

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