Triple Profit Multiplier

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There is a Free Marketing System that was just released this last week. I am not sure if you have had a chance to read over it yet, but I did. In the first 5 minutes of reading I had lost count of the amount of grammer mistakes that I was able to catch, and I'm not an editor!

Instantly this system lost it's credibility with me, what about you? If you were to be reading an eBook or Information on a subject matter and noticed all kinds of grammer mistakes, would this make it difficult for you to read and trust it as well?
#multiplier #profit #triple
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  • Profile picture of the author alvinhuang
    Hi All,

    My partner Joel and myself were the ones who put out the free sytem "Triple Profit Multiplier" into the marketplace.

    We're sorry about the bad grammar. Our staff did vet through the manuscript and reported all was well. Guess we'll have to be more stringent with our checks.

    But that aside, our intentions were to share with others a system that worked well for us. What was able to give us a 6 figure income, to get an office and even have full-time staff.

    I hope that people can look beyond the grammar and actually focus on what really matters. Thanks.

    Alvin Huang
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    • Profile picture of the author fredjr1978
      That's big of you Alvin, thank you for speeking up

      Originally Posted by alvinhuang View Post

      Hi All,

      My partner Joel and myself were the ones who put out the free sytem "Triple Profit Multiplier" into the marketplace.

      We're sorry about the bad grammar. Our staff did vet through the manuscript and reported all was well. Guess we'll have to be more stringent with our checks.

      But that aside, our intentions were to share with others a system that worked well for us. What was able to give us a 6 figure income, to get an office and even have full-time staff.

      I hope that people can look beyond the grammar and actually focus on what really matters. Thanks.

      Alvin Huang
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      • Profile picture of the author alvinhuang
        Originally Posted by fredjr1978 View Post

        That's big of you Alvin, thank you for speeking up
        Sure fredjr1978. Ain't perfect nor pretend to be. And thank you for pointing out those issues. We'll definitely work on improving them. =)

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    • Profile picture of the author Cass Tyson
      Originally Posted by alvinhuang View Post

      My partner Joel and myself were the ones who put out the free sytem "Triple Profit Multiplier" into the marketplace.

      I hope that people can look beyond the grammar and actually focus on what really matters.
      Dude. Grammar matters. (So does spelling.)

      While we're on the subject of grammar (I was an editor at one time), "myself" is never used as the subject of a sentence--it is only to be used as an object. I don't understand why people don't get this! And as an object, it can only be acted on by the subject "I". E.g., "I did this to myself." No one else can do something to myself. Only I can. See how that works? You do it to yourself. They do it to themselves. Etc.

      Simple test: If Joel weren't in the picture, would you EVER say "Myself put the system out"? I sincerely doubt it.

      Works the same with "me," another object constantly used incorrectly as subject. Just remove the other person(s) from the equation, and the sentence should still make sense. My 5-year old says to me, "Me and my sister want to watch TV." Even he realizes that if she weren't around, he would never say, "Me want to watch TV."

      Bonus!

      Simple test for "its vs. it's." Remember that "it's" is always the contraction of "it" and "is". Does your sentence make sense if you replace the word "it's" with "it is?" If not, use "its." E.g., "this system lost it's credibility" becomes "this system lost it is credibility." No, that's not right, must be the possessive "its!" Woo-hoo!

      /rant

      PS to Alvin: I'm here because I got emails about your system, and wanted to hear what others are saying about it before I clicked the link. I searched on the name, and this thread is my first impression. Still think grammar doesn't matter?
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      • Profile picture of the author alvinhuang
        LOL...Geez I don't know what to say. Thank you for actually putting in effort to pen that down Cassman.

        While I would love for you to have access to the FREE system we're putting out. I'm sorry that the grammar bit put you off.

        We will strive harder in future to pay more attention to such details. In the meantime you might want to read something else of perfect spelling and grammar. Til then...

        Alvin Huang


        Originally Posted by cassman View Post

        Dude. Grammar matters. (So does spelling.)

        While we're on the subject of grammar (I was an editor at one time), "myself" is never used as the subject of a sentence--it is only to be used as an object. I don't understand why people don't get this! And as an object, it can only be acted on by the subject "I". E.g., "I did this to myself." No one else can do something to myself. Only I can. See how that works? You do it to yourself. They do it to themselves. Etc.

        Simple test: If Joel weren't in the picture, would you EVER say "Myself put the system out"? I sincerely doubt it.

        Works the same with "me," another object constantly used incorrectly as subject. Just remove the other person(s) from the equation, and the sentence should still make sense. My 5-year old says to me, "Me and my sister want to watch TV." Even he realizes that if she weren't around, he would never say, "Me want to watch TV."

        Bonus!

        Simple test for "its vs. it's." Remember that "it's" is always the contraction of "it" and "is". Does your sentence make sense if you replace the word "it's" with "it is?" If not, use "its." E.g., "this system lost it's credibility" becomes "this system lost it is credibility." No, that's not right, must be the possessive "its!" Woo-hoo!

        /rant

        PS to Alvin: I'm here because I got emails about your system, and wanted to hear what others are saying about it before I clicked the link. I searched on the name, and this thread is my first impression. Still think grammar doesn't matter?
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  • Profile picture of the author johnyeo90
    I will go for a spelling and grammar check before publish any article or content..good for the reputation..
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  • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
    As a side note..

    Alvin

    Your content is often fantastic... bad grammar and all

    Keep pumpin' it out, dude. There are plenty who are making money as a result, so you gotta be doin' something right!

    Peace

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