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Category: GENERAL
Tags: Super Affiliate Marketer good money promotion Lead Magnet email irresistible
Hello JMCC community, as I learn, I share. Here is some actions steps from one of my service providers. 
Editor Ramblings
When you learn something new, you've got just 24 
hours to use it or lose it. 

24 hours until you forget most of what you read, most 
of what you learned, and most of what could have made 
or saved you time or money. 

24 hours isn't much time, is it? 

But if you implement what you learned within that 24 

hour time period, it's yours for life. You not only 
know that information, you OWN it. It's a part of you 
– something you can call on anytime you need it again. 

So as you read this month's edition, ask yourself: Can 
I implement this within 
juniques You've Only Got 24 Hours 
24 hours? Can I use this 
information right now? 

If the answer is yes, then stop reading and go do it. 

How to become a 'Super Affiliate' With a Small List

When Joe Cool Marketer does a big splashy launch with 
prizes for the top 10 or 20 affiliates, wouldn't you 
love to be on that list, making those commissions and 
earning those prizes? 

Not only do you make good money, you also get courted 
by other leaders to promote their products. Pretty 
soon you're a high profile affiliate, and able to get 
joint ventures with these product creators and the 
other leading affiliates. Not a bad position to be in. 

But if your list is relatively small, you might think 
it's not possible - at least not until you get a 
bigger, better and more responsive list. 

Guess again - there is a way you can get on those 
leader boards, and the trick is so simple you've 
probably overlooked it: Join up with other marketers. 

Find several other marketers with lists comparable to 
yours and make yourself a promotion club. Pick 
launches of a medium size so you're not competing with 
every big name marketer out there. 

Pool your resources and your bonuses with your fellow 
club members to offer a killer bonus package. Everyone 
in your club promotes the same link and you all share 
in the profit. Take turns on who gets their name(s) on 
the leader board, or choose a new name for your club. 

Your promotion club can do a lot more than win 
affiliate contests - you can also ban together to 
create and promote products and help each other with 
ideas and implementation. 

Play it smart. 

You want people in your club who are in this for the 
long haul like you are, who are trust worthy, who you 
like working with, and who you can mastermind with. 
Together the 5 or so of you can accomplish far, far 
more than any one of you can individually. 

Lead Magnet PDF series 

In This Issue: We're going to Pick the Topic for Your 
Lead Magnet...Now that you've identified your target 
audience, it's time to narrow down some ideas for 
creating a lead magnet that will get results. 

Action Steps 
Making your email irresistible

With the inundation of available products and 
information on the market today, you will have 
approximately three seconds-yes, three seconds-to hook 
a buyer's interest and keep him or her reading. 

Fortunately, there are ways to breach this barrier and 
keep the consumer riveted to your message. 

* Passion. Remember when you were choosing the topic 
for your product? Personal interest was a key element 
in that decision-making product. 

Now that you have a topic you believe in, let that 
passion show in your autoresponder messages. 

Mention those aspects of your product you find 
particularly fascinating and give them your personal 

* Write casualy. Make your message read the way a 
conversation in a restaurant would sound. 

Big words might impress some people, but most of them 
just want to know what you have to say-and they aren't 
going to rush to the dictionary in the middle of 
reading your message to find out what you're talking 

Use short sentences and keep it straightforward and 

Don't be afraid to use contractions instead of the 
more proper two word phrases. Do, however, make sure 
your spelling and grammar is correct. You want to seem 
friendly, not sloppy. 

* Be personal. You are writing a message that will be 
read by thousands of people, one at a time. Each 
person who opens your message is an individual, and 
will be far more at ease if you address them as a 
person rather than a piece of the collective public. 

Use the word "you" as often as possible, and limit the 
use of "I." You don't want to tell them why you're so 

You want them to know how purchasing your product will 
benefit them, and why they should part with their 
hard-earned money to hear what you have to say. 

* Eliminate extra words. As previously mentioned, keep 
your message simple and clear. If you have an 
"effective web site marketing technique," don't say 
it's a "wonderfully amazing, mind-blowing web site 
marketing extravaganza method." 

No one wants to try and cut through all the fluff and 
hype to try and decode your message. It's also 

* Use decisive language. Try to use action verbs 
whenever possible-this means replacing as many 
instances of "are," "is," "was," and "were" in your 
message with stronger wording. 

For example: instead of writing "If your web site has 
been languishing with low sales, this program might be 
able to help your business grow," say: "Your web site 
sales will increase dramatically with this program." 

Write your messages with the confidence that your 
product is worth paying for, and your subscribers will 
be more comfortable buying. 

* Give reasons and incentives. Don't be afraid to 
repeat the benefits of your product throughout your 

Just as repetitive contact is effective in converting 
prospects to buyers, repetitive reminders of benefits 
without bludgeoning people over the head with them-can 
reinforce everything they stand to gain from a 

Also, reveal some of the information in your product 
within your marketing message without giving 
everything away, and then state that even more 
exciting information can be found when you purchase a 


Thought of the week 

"If you wait to do everything until you're sure 
it's right, you'll probably never do much of anything. 
" Win Borden 


Time and time again I see new marketers who are 
waiting for just the right time to launch a product, 
just the right moment when they know everything to 
start a website, just the right alignment of the 
planets to build a membership site. 

You'll never know everything you need to know - so 
just take action. 

It's like riding a bull - you don't know how he'll try 
to buck you off, so get on, hang tough, and enjoy the 

Afterward you'll bask in the glory of your success and 
plan your next conquest, while those who were too 
timid will forever wait for the "perfect " time


Virtual Private Networks- How to protect your internet usage
Category: GENERAL
Tags: virtual private networks security internet surfing privacy
The above link leads to a great article about how you internet activities can be monitored from any connections sources. 
This is especially interesting since there are plans in the making to 
allow ISP to sell your internet information. 
What Is a VPN?

Put simply, a Virtual Private Network, or VPN, is a group of computers (or discrete networks) networked together over a public network—namely, the internet. Businesses use VPNs to connect remote datacenters, and individuals can use VPNs to get access to network resources when they’re not physically on the same LAN (local area network), or as a method for securing and encrypting their communications when they’re using an untrusted public network. Photo byPavel Ignatov (Shutterstock).

When you connect to a VPN, you usually launch a VPN client on your computer (or click a link on a special website), log in with your credentials, and your computer exchanges trusted keys with a far away server. Once both computers have verified each other as authentic, all of your internet communication is encrypted and secured from eavesdropping.
The most important thing you need to know about a VPN: It secures your computer’s internet connection to guarantee that all of the data you’re sending and receiving is encrypted and secured from prying eyes.
Whether the VPNs you’re familiar with are the ones offered by your school or business to help you work or stay connected when you’re traveling or the ones you pay to get you watch your favorite shows in another country as they air, they’re all doing the same thing. For much more detail on what VPNs are, how they work, and how they’re used, check out this How Stuff Works article
Which VPNs Are The Best?
When we ran our recent Hive Five on VPN service providers, we heard from VPN providers begging to be included, angry CEOs who claimed their company was maliciously left out, and others accusing some of the contenders of illegal or unethical behavior. We took at look at the poll and the claims, and while there’s no definitive proof the poll was gamed, we decided to come up with our own top five, based on our own research rather than reader feedback, that are great whether you’re the privacy advocate, the student, or the downloader.
Supports: Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android
Protocols: SSL, PPTP, IPSec, and L2TP. You can also configure Private Internet Access to work on your DD-WRT or Tomato router (via SSL/OpenVPN) for constant security.
Home Country: United States, and has exit servers in the US, Canada, the UK, Switzerland, Romania, and the Netherlands.
Logging Policies: The service keeps no logs of your activity whatsoever (in fact, the only things they do keep are your email address and payment information,) uses shared IPs, and has committed to keeping your data private. Price: Pricing starts at $7/mo to $40/yr, and you can read more about their plans and pricing here.
Supports: Windows, OS X, iOS
Protocols: SSL, PPTP.
Home Country: United States, with exit servers in the US, The Netherlands, Singapore, and the UK.
Logging Policies: proXPN keeps minimal logs of your activity. proXPN collects your email address, payment information (if you’re a premium user,) bandwidth usage, connection duration, and login/logout times. They’ve committed to only keeping those logs for 14 days or less, and promise to never share their logs with anyone, period.
Price: proXPN has a free plan, which limits your transfer speeds to 300kpbs and restricts you to one exit location (Miami) in the United States. Premium accounts unlock support for PPTP (if you want to connect a mobile device or a router,) remove the transfer cap, and allows you to choose from any of the company’s other exit locations. Premium plans start at $10/mo, and you can read more about their pricing and plans here.
Supports: Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android
Protocols: SSL (they often refer to it as OpenVPN), PPTP, and full SSH tunneling.
Home Country: Hungary, with exit servers in Hungary.
Logging Policies: The service doesn’t log your connection aside from bandwidth usage to compare against your quota, and your payment details. They also are committed to your privacy, and specifically say they won’t surrender their data without a Hungarian court order.
Price: Free TorVPN users are limited to 1GB/mo downloaded before they’re cut off, and Premium accounts start at 5 EUR/mo ($7mo) for 5GB/mo and go up to 30 EUR/mo ($38/mo) for 100GB. Keep in mind they have a no-refunds policy, and that even though you ride the Tor network, they’re a separate entity from the Tor Project. You can read more about their pricing and plans here.
Supports: Windows, OS X, Linux, and iOS and Android via built-in VPN
Protocols: SSL (OpenVPN), PPTP, and L2TP, (with 256 bit security)
Home Country: Panama, with exit servers in The Netherlands, Romania, Ukraine and Panama.
Logging Policies: TorGuard wholeheartedly supports privacy, so you can feel a bit more secure that your connection is secure and anonymous. They purge their logs daily, and only keep payment information and registration info. They don’t even keep login/logout times.
Price: Depending on whether you’re the privacy advocate, the downloader, or a combination of the two, TorGuard offers plans specifically for anonymity (starting at $6/mo), for torrenting (starting at $5/mo), or for overall VPN services ($10/mo). You can read more about TorGuard’s pricing and plans here.
Supports: Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android, webOS, Chromebooks.
Protocols: SSL, PPTP, IPSec, and L2TP (with 256 bit security)
Home Country: United States, with exit servers in 10 US cities, and countries in Latin and South America, Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East—way too many to list here.
Logging Policies: WiTopia does not log information that can be attributable to individual users, purges logs weekly, and only saves registration information and payment details when you sign up.
Price: $50/yr to $70/yr depending on the level of encryption and protocols you need. They also sell a VPN router you can take with you when you travel. You can read more about WiTopia’s pricing and plans here.
Alternatively, Roll Your Own VPN
We’ve shown you how to roll your own VPN using Hamachi, and even how to set up Privoxy to secure your web browsing once you have your personal VPN set up. Hamachi isn’t the only option: you can also download and configure OpenVPN (a free SSL VPN) on your own home server,, or if you have a router that supports it, enable OpenVPN on your home router so you can connect back to it when you’re abroad. Combined with Privoxy, you get the privacy and anonymity benefits of a VPN without spending a dime.
Both of these options put control in your hands, and while they’re not quite as anonymous as subscription methods or offer international exit locations, they do give you the the most important benefits of a VPN: security, privacy, and anonymity while you’re away from home.

Samara Lynn is Lead Analyst, Networking and Small Business at PCMag.com. You can follow her on Twitter at @samaralynn. She graciously volunteered her expertise for this post, and we thank her



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