Crack Cocaine: How To Get Rich Selling Drugs On The Internet!

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There is a ton of money to be made selling crack online.

I mean how easy is to make money when your customers are
addicted to what you have?

And once you begin follow the instructions I'm about to give you
there is no way you won't succeed at achieving your goals.

Now to be clear, I'm not advocating that you become a drug
kingpin, but rather that you inject it's emotional equivalent into
all your marketing in order to make your sales explode.

Entertainment Is The Crack Of Civil Society

The reason some people start using drugs is the same reason why
millions of Americas watch crappy reality television.

They want pleasure.

Now matter what market your in, pumping up the entertainment
value of your marketing will increase your bottom line, because
the one thing that all people love is being entertained.

Doesn't matter if your young or old. Male or female. Asian or Hispanic.
The surest way to keep a person focused on your marketing message
is to entertain them.

In fact, if you do a good enough job of entertaining people in your
marketing, then not only will they pay attention to everything you
have to say, but they will also begin to look forward to hearing from
you.

And a perfect example of this is Dos Equis Most Interesting
Man In The World ad campaign.


I love these commercials. They entertain me to no end. So much
so that I literally ran from my kitchen to the living room the other
day to see the commercial when I heard the intro music come on.

Now think about that for a moment.

I dropped everything I was doing and ran into the other room just
to watch a COMMERCIAL. Something that most people hate.

Now can you imagine what will happen to your sales when you can
inspire that kind of reaction to your marketing?

That's why when I write emails for my clients I don't really teach that
much hard information.

Now some of you are probably gasping in horror, because everyone
knows your supposed to wow your subscribers with info packed content,
because that will make them trust you and want to but from you.

Well I Say Screw that!

What I do instead is give them entertainment value.

I create webs of entertaining pleasure with just enough actionable
information sprinkled in to get people hooked without giving away
the whole farm.

And once you begin to do this in your business people will love
you and your sales will increase dramatically.

You might not believe what I'm saying, as most people don't until they
see it with their own eyes.

In fact, one client almost fired me after he saw the emails I wrote
for him, that is until his sales increased by 194% in 2 weeks.

So How Can You Make Your Marketing More Entertaining?

First you need to start out by studying people that are already good
injecting entertainment value into their marketing.

Guys like Perry Marshall and Ben Settle. They are both great at
delivering information in a fun and entertaining manner. Read their
blog posts, sign up for their newsletters, pay attention to what they
do, and start to implement it into you business.

You can use this stuff anywhere. In blog posts, emails, articles,
free reports, banner ads and sales letters. Pretty much anytime
you are communicating with people you want to be entertaining them.

Getting good at this takes works and it won't happen overnight, but
if you stick with it I promise you will begin to see greater success in
your marketing.

Now get out there and start making some money.

Best Wishes,
Mr. Smith
#cocaine #crack #drugs #internet #rich #selling
  • Profile picture of the author cagwatson
    Nice Link Bait

    ..plenty of good points too
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  • Well said, and very good information! Thanks!

    Michael
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    • Profile picture of the author AlexGeorge
      Thanks for the tips.

      For a moment when I clicked, I actually thought some crazy fool had posted a guide of how they are selling crack on the silk road. lol
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    In fact, one client almost fired me after he saw the emails I wrote
    for him, that is until his sales increased by 194% in 2 weeks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Above The Law
    i give them a drug

    its more like dopamine though
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  • Profile picture of the author chg
    Excellent title! Going to pull in a lot of views with that one!
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by SPMassie View Post

    And a perfect example of this is Dos Equis Most Interesting Man In The World ad campaign. I love these commercials.

    I do too. I always get a kick out of this series of ads.

    But you know what? I have never purchased anything from the company. Have you? Do you buy their products?

    I also love a good YouTube video for the entertainment value. I like being entertained as much as anyone.

    But you know what? I have never clicked a YouTube video or followed a YouTube link to make a purchase. Maybe I'm unique.

    Curious isn't it? Or maybe, just maybe, there is more to selling than providing entertainment. Hummm.

    Now don't get me wrong . . . I think you have a great thread here . . . entertainment does have value . . . often great value . . . but . . . could it be that entertainment is not necessarily the key to conversions?

    Just wondering.

    Steve
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    • Profile picture of the author hometutor
      Very intelligent buddy of mine reminded me people will spend more money on entertainment than they will their own health or education.

      Thanks for the reminder of a market I've been ignoring and a reminder to entertain on my sales pages.

      Rick
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    • Profile picture of the author Meharis
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      I do too. I always get a kick out of this series of ads.

      But you know what? I have never purchased anything from the company. Have you? Do you buy their products?

      I also love a good YouTube video for the entertainment value. I like being entertained as much as anyone.

      But you know what? I have never clicked a YouTube video or followed a YouTube link to make a purchase. Maybe I'm unique.

      Curious isn't it? Or maybe, just maybe, there is more to selling than providing entertainment. Hummm.

      Now don't get me wrong . . . I think you have a great thread here . . . entertainment does have value . . . often great value . . . but . . . could it be that entertainment is not necessarily the key to conversions?

      Just wondering.

      Steve

      Steve B,

      Don't feel like the "Lone Ranger..." I do behave like that too.

      Meharis
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Speaking of great ads with dismal results, does anyone else remember "Mama Mia, thatsa one spicy meataball..." Plop, plop, fizz, fizz...
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        • Profile picture of the author Steve B
          Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

          Speaking of great ads with dismal results, does anyone else remember "Mama Mia, thatsa one spicy meataball..." Plop, plop, fizz, fizz...
          Oh what a relief it is!

          Steve
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        • Profile picture of the author Mormo
          Crack is my crack!

          However I am getting 6 years drug and alcohol free this month.
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        • Profile picture of the author hometutor
          Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

          Speaking of great ads with dismal results, does anyone else remember "Mama Mia, thatsa one spicy meataball..." Plop, plop, fizz, fizz...
          Nope, but I remember I can't believe I ate the whole thing. It even made tshirts.

          Rick
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    • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      I do too. I always get a kick out of this series of ads.

      But you know what? I have never purchased anything from the company. Have you? Do you buy their products?
      I don't do it often but when I'm at a bar and it doesn't have my preferred beer, I do, actually, buy Dos Equis - because of the commercial. My wife laughs at me every time I do it.

      That said, it's probably the only product I do that with.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    Nice link you made and yes selling crack online would be illegal so I didn't expect it to be that case in the thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author CpvTrafficPro
    Good info here.

    Its funny the title you gave it ... when I started off in IM I was living with my parents and going to college. About 7 months into I quit my part time job and was living soley off IM money. Pretty sweet life for a college student.

    BUT THEN ....

    my parents kicked me out because they thought I was selling drugs and didn't believe I was making any money online. LOL - Now there employees of mine!
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrew Davis
    Nice post Mr. Smith. Very useful information to consider.

    I have to agree with Steve B also though.
    I love watching funny Ads/Videos from certain companies who excel in entertaining.
    However, I have never purchased anything from them.

    DirecTV, Old Spice, Geico, etc...
    I LOVE their entertaining Adverts, but not once did it make me consider purchasing any of their products/services.

    Their Ads are Funny, Ridiculous even; But it doesn't translate into VALUE for me.

    Their Ads are just very comical and not to be taken seriously.
    It doesn't make me excited to buy anything or trust their service more.

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  • Originally Posted by SPMassie View Post

    Entertainment Is The Crack Of Civil Society
    I 100% agree.

    People have been saying that we're in the Age of Information, but I always believed that we're in the Age of Entertainment: everything's geared towards entertaining the masses now a days: commercial malls, cinema, TV shows, theme parks, video games, speed dating, organized tours, sport events, musicals, etc.

    In this age and time when there are no real physical threads and when all first-level needs are secured (in 1st world countries at least), people turn their attention to casual entertainment.

    Hell, most people spend more money on entertainment than on food!

    Moral of the story: blending entertainment into your marketing is a good idea. Guys like Frank Kern and Andy Jenkins have been using this "entertaining marketing" formula for years.
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  • Profile picture of the author Moneymaker2012
    The post title killed me, but the post itself is good. Great information SPMassie.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author SandraLarkin
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    VERY nice ad copy.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnweyer
    I remember a while back some company ran an ad on the super bowl. only ran once. something about 1984 I think. wonder whatever happened to them.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Thanks for spamming the forums, Ammy. WTH, why do you spell your name like that? LOL

    But getting past your blatant disrespect for this Forum there was kind of good "Collateral Damage" from your Spamming...i.e.a decent Thread that I really enjoyed and had some Value in it was awoken .

    As Steve B said, Entertainment alone will NOT necessarily increase Conversions but I think it can part of the Equation that contributes to it.

    After all , supplying good Entertainment can get and keep peoples' ATTENTION.
    Which is the first Step in the Process of building a Relationship with them

    Then you have to add perceived Value that can genuinely help them in some way or the other


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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Chicas
    Of course you have to be entertaining. The issue is that this is not easy for most people but yes, they need to practice. Btw... there is a thin line between being entertaining and being annoying.

    I don't know if it's just me but I get annoyed when someone tries to be witty and they fail.

    Also... grammar and spelling is important. It deflects from the message when I'm reading something that is even... entertaining.
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  • Profile picture of the author coxmg
    pretty soon SWAT team gonna break down your door.
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  • Profile picture of the author kerunai
    like frank used to say

    i don't sell the coccaine

    it sell itself ....

    haha
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Originally Posted by SPMassie View Post


    Guys like Perry Marshall and Ben Settle. They are both great at
    delivering information in a fun and entertaining manner. Read their
    blog posts, sign up for their newsletters, pay attention to what they
    do, and start to implement it into you business.
    Yes, Ben has some great stuff in his emails. When you get his email each time, the title makes you want to open the email and see what Ben has to say. It works every single time and he has been doing this for years.
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