Cutting-Edge Internet Marketing

THE SUCCESS MARGIN

Friday, September 5, 2003

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As a subscriber, I have some exciting news of which you should be aware.

I invite you to experience what I believe is the most unique form of excellent marketing I’ve ever been involved with.

Imagine what you could do if you could market your product on the Internet using the latest e-mail, audio, and visual technology in combination!

Would this be a dream come true?

Suppose the whole thing could be put on “auto pilot” using autoresponders.

What you can now actually experience is the future of Internet marketing.

My co-speaker at my upcoming San Francisco seminar, Joel Christopher, has launched a new marketing system.  This has just “gone live” in the last 24 hours. The Internet will never be the same.

Here is how it developed.  In the last 60 days, Joel and I did three teleseminars with up to 1000 people on each call.

During the calls I answered all types of direct, penetrating questions provided by subscribers. Subjects included marketing, Internet marketing, and creating “killer” copy. Plus all kinds of personal questions about me and my lifestyle which brought out information never before revealed.

Each day for 27 days you get a 10 or 12 minute segment of these calls right in your e-mail.  It’s so powerful, it’s almost scary.

You wouldn’t have subscribed to THE SUCCESS MARGIN unless you were interested in gaining and keeping that all-important marketing edge.

Experience this marketing program for yourself.  You will be gaining an insight into the exciting future of Internet marketing. And there is no cost or obligation.

Just go to //www.SmallBusinessSuccessSeminar.com and click on the “OK Button” at the bottom of the pop-up box which you’ll see as you enter the site.

We guarantee that you’ll marvel at this magnificent and magical multimedia miniseries.

You’ll start getting these segments immediately once you go to //www.SmallBusinessSuccessSeminar.com.  Of course, you can opt out at any time.

Yours truly,

Ted Nicholas