It's My Birthday and I'll Give Away Stuff if I Want to, Give Away Stuff If I Want to...

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Sung to the tune of It's My Party:

It's my birthday and I'll give away stuff if I want to, give away stuff if I want to. You'd give away stuff too if it happened to you!

Today is indeed my Birthday. Please don't ask how old, because I won't tell you. I'm almost as bad as most women in that regard.

However, I do have a little gift for my fellow Warriors. It's a guide I wrote a while ago. It's called the "Platinum Article Rewriting Guide" I show you step by step how you can hand spin one article into many unique articles with very little effort or time.

Forget those junk "auto spinners" they turn out crap that no one would really read. The time it takes you to fix one of those spun articles you could have used my guide and had your own human spun, awesome, articles.

It's very handy for those of you who have a lot of PLR and don't use it because you don't rewrite it. Also, if you have some website content; you can use this guide to rewrite it and make it unique so you can submit it to article directories.

I actually sold it. Don't think I'm pawning off second rate "nobody wants it" junk. I've got some solid feedback on it too. I got a few emails about it telling me that it really helped people with their PLR/article rewrites.

Yes, I am asking that you give me your first name and email address. I promise you, the only time you'll hear from me is when I have products of my own that I'm offering. Free or paid. Once you get the guide, and you see the type of material I have to offer, I don't think you'll mind hearing from me when I have something else to offer.

You can get it here:

Video Article Secrets - Platinum Article Rewriting Guide

P.S. It's double opt in, so after you fill out the form, you'll have to confirm your subscription. If you don't get a confirmation, check your bulk/spam folder. Don't forget to whitelist my email address if it did wind up there.

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  • Profile picture of the author Quilst
    Happy B day ^^
    • Profile picture of the author joe.marsh

      Happy birthday and many more.

    • Profile picture of the author capriliz


      Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Jason_V,
      Happy Birthday to you!
      (sung to the tune of Happy Birthday!)

  • Profile picture of the author mmurtha
    Hi Jason,

    Happy Birthday kid!

    Hope you have many more ...

    • Profile picture of the author Greg Cooksley
      Hey Jason,

      Happy birthday.....hope you get some great presents!!!!

      Thanks for the report...


  • Profile picture of the author Jason_V
    Quilst, Joe, Carmen, Mary, Greg...Thanks! I enjoy giving on my Birthday. I kind of treat my Birthday as a mini-Christmas.
  • Profile picture of the author Oosha
    Happy B'Day, Jason!

    May this day and everyday of your life be filled with happiness and love.

    Thanks for the report!
  • Profile picture of the author Ricky Ticky Toc
    Happy birthday Jason,
    But are we not supposed to be giving you gifts
  • Profile picture of the author nipit007
    Happy Birthday and thanks for the gift
  • Profile picture of the author rosan9
    Happy Birthday Jason. Thanks for the present. Gee, I didn't get you anything. Sorry.
  • Profile picture of the author jbolte1976

    Happy B-day and thanks for the freebie!!
  • Profile picture of the author bobsstuff
    Thanks and
    Happy Birthday Jason
  • Profile picture of the author Brad Spencer
    Happy B-day

    Got the ebook and can't wait to read it!


    Brad Spencer
  • Profile picture of the author Scott Ames
    Thank you so much and Happy Birthday!
  • Profile picture of the author TheRealDomainer
    happy birthday. Many more years
  • Profile picture of the author Devin T
    Giving gifts on YOUR bday?

    What a nice guy. Happy bday Jason!
    • Profile picture of the author mistyone
      Many happy returns Jason

      This may explain why Jason wants to treat us on his special day

      You’re born under the sign of Libra, which represents the element of air, or the intellect. You’re most definitely a thinker — you like to use your mind to tackle problems. Libra is the seventh sign of the zodiac, which refers to relationships of all sorts and your connection to the world around you.

      People know you as someone who loves to socialise. Your outgoing nature and love of communicating brilliant ideas to people around you is one of your strengths. You’re rarely at a loss for words … even on your worst day you have the gift of the gab!

      You not only have the ability to share your ideas in a very natural way; you also have charm in the way you convey your feelings. This is another of your very positive traits. Even people who don’t agree with what you have to say can’t resist you and will usually behave well around you — you’re simply a nice person.

      Your love of communication makes you an excellent mediator and negotiator. Coupled with the fact that you’re always reasonable in the way you deal with people, this means your friends and co-workers can always depend on your having a balanced viewpoint, even in the fiercest of arguments.

      In fact, if there’s a problem with you, it comes out of the fact that you’re so good at seeing all the sides of a problem and staying impartial. This makes it hard for you to commit to one side of an argument — you don’t want to be seen as biased, and you want everyone to like you!

      What ends up happening is that the way you get everyone’s approval is by agreeing with everyone. This is not a good idea, because you’re agreeing to things for the wrong reasons: to keep everyone on side, rather than because you’re firmly committed to something. Try not to do this, because it can mess up your dealings with people. You don’t need to bend over so far just to be accepted.

      Making decisions is an area in which you excel, but again, don’t jump to conclusions simply to please others. You have the ability to look at all sides of an issue, so use it. Sometimes you get stressed if you feel you’re being obstructed somehow. The answer is to get all the relevant facts; running off and asking others to support you will just confuse things.

      And anyway, if you look inside yourself you’ll realise that you can rely on your own experiences. You don’t need to use others as a crutch for your decisions.

      When you get to know people, you are perfectly comfortable sharing your feelings with them, and you’ll go to some trouble to make them feel at ease. You create harmony in your environment to match the harmony in your character.

      This relates to the fact that your ruling planet is Venus. This is a soft and gracious planet, and feminine by nature. Your softer side is expressed in pretty much everything you do — the way you entertain guests, the type of home furnishings you like to buy, the clothes you wear and even your personal grooming.

      All these things express the natural flair and grace which is part of that Venus temperament. There’s no way others won’t notice your style. People see you as elegant and tasteful — and that’s people who know you well as well as people who’ve just met you.

      You often make a great first impression because you are such a good communicator and connect so easily with people; this makes you an ace networker. Some people believe you must have an ulterior motive because you are dealing with so many people at once, but it’s really just that you absolutely love socialising and partying. You are a real ‘people person’.

      Because Venus is the planet of love, you seek love this in everything you do, and particularly in relationships. Finding your soulmate is a big dream, perhaps even your most significant life mission — you will go to great lengths to meet lots and lots of people. Who knows where you’ll find the right one? You have a lot to give to the person you feel is your perfect match.

      Very few Librans find the peace and satisfaction they’re looking for until they’ve connected with that special person. Once this happens, they can really get into their work, family and other domestic affairs with energy.

      There are three grades of Libra. Which of these do you fall under? You can figure it out by the date of your Libran birth.

      If you're born between the 24th of September and the 3rd of October you are a true die hard Libran and have the qualities of Venus fully dominating your life. You are artistic, caring and full of love and social warmth. Venus provides you with loads of friends, perhaps too many at times.

      Librans born between the 4th and 13th of October are a little wacky by nature but harmless. If that's you, life is a bundle of fun and you can expect the unexpected from time to time. You like the surprises that life throws at you.

      The final portion of Libra occurs between the 14th and 23rd of October. Were you born during this time frame? If so, you are the type of Libran who is constantly on the hunt for knowledge and information. You are an eternal student who will never tire of learning news things. As well, you will never grow old as Mercury's co rulership of your life ensures a sprightly and youthful attitude.

      Libra is a movable air sign, which means there’s creativity in you. You are quick to grasp ideas, and you have a need to produce works of art and unusual or original things. You bring a touch of art to anything you do. Remember to incorporate this part of you into all your life’s activities; you’ll be richly rewarded.

      Have a great day!

      and thanks for the pressie :p

  • Profile picture of the author JJOrana
    Happy birthday man.
  • Profile picture of the author GarrieWilson
    Jason, Happy Birthday but dont you think its tacky to use your bday as a way to build your list? You should pay for a WSO if you want to build your list.

    • Profile picture of the author Dee Scofield
      Originally Posted by GarrieWilson View Post

      Jason, Happy Birthday but dont you think its tacky to use your bday as a way to build your list? You should pay for a WSO if you want to build your list.
      I personally purchased two separate (high quality) content products Jason offered this week in two WSOs he's running, so I somehow doubt that building a list was his sole motivation for offering this. And come to think of it, wouldn't he also have had to pay for offering this gift in the WSO section...? I for one will not 'look a birthday gift horse in the mouth' and I'll just say: many happy returns, Jason, and thanks! I'm looking forward to reading your guide.

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