Archive for October, 2007
I’ve just opened the MPO Article Vault and for 3 days only, Warriors are getting a terrific deal. You can check out The Vault here:
But the price listed is the regular price. Until Saturday night (9:00 pm EST), you’ll get a much better price through the Warrior Special Offer forum:
Why “S#!t Or Shinola”?
There’s a hint there. Which kind of PLR do you want? S#!t or Shinola?
Here’s where the Shinola is:
My sister Annemarie and her husband Peter have been visiting us here in Japan, so we took them and Rieko’s mom up to the town of Takayama. Our first day there, we just kicked around the town and enjoyed all the old buildings, stores, and cafes.
Stopping on the bridge (Peter with Rieko and her mom), we saw the numerous and colourful Koi swimming in the lazy flowing river below. In the background, a large Torii marks the route to one of Takayama’s many temples.
Across the bridge, we found a whole store dedicated to My Neighbourhood Totoro.
Later, we snooped through small shops that are housed inside streets of old Machiya. This area has been preserved much better than Kyoto, and makes Takayama better than Kyoto in my books.
Land Of The Little People
The next morning was dismal, with steady rain. But, we found a Lilliputan coffeehouse for our breakfast. Not too sure who those chairs were made for — even Rieko looked big in one. And the creamers would make great thimbles.
We rented a car and drove 1 1/2 hours to the small and historic town of Shirakawago. This is the town you’ve seen in so many pictures — with old thatched-roof houses covered in mounds of snow.
Around the back side of one old house, Rieko found a treeful of dragons — you never know what you’ll find. Fortunately, we also found a number of places selling the melt-in-your-mouth Hida Beef — barbequed on skewers.
Shirakawago is quite high in the mountains. Compared to the mid-twenties temperatures of Osaka, the 12 degree weather and rain in the mountains was a cold shock. Luckily, we found an old Irori with hot coals in it — fantastic for toasting chilly toes.
A big thumbs up to both places for an enjoyable sightseeing trip. When you get your online business running on semi-autopilot and are ready to come to Japan … this is a great place to see.
BTW, if you’re ready to start making passive income that let’s you travel to places like this … there are still a few spots left at MPO Tycoon Club:
The newest and biggest project opened on Friday morning at 00:01 EST, and already great feedback is coming in to the MPO Team. Here’s an e-mail I received from Belinda Strotheide:
I just wanted to take a minute and say “thank you” for putting the MPO Tycoon project together. This is the most fun I’ve ever had on an internet project. I’ve never quite been able to figure out all the pieces of any of the programs I’ve purchased in the past. They always seemed to assume knowledge I didn’t have and after annoying the forums with my dumb questions, I would usually just give up and head off looking for the next piece of information.
I really liked your report writing products and started several reports (are you getting a picture here? Can you spell ADD) but always got stuck when I began looking at who is the market, where is the market, for the product.
Your MPO is obviously an opp for residual income down the road, but the thing I’m enjoying most at this time is that it takes me through a step by step writing process with structure, goals, and direction and I don’t really have to sweat the “who am I writing for” question. Thank You for doing all the hard work of putting this together. It has shown me, by doing the process, how people actually create an online stream of income. A light!!! I’m so grateful and having so much fun. Just wanted to tell you! (Thought about marketing this to writers who haven’t figured out how to make money online yet?)
Thank you Belinda. All the best to you with your MPOs.
And … from Ahmad Supaat (one of the many wonderful Singapore marketers):
The Tycoon club is a brilliant idea! Articles laser targeted to a particular affiliate product..something I’ve not seen in other plr article sites…and it’s about time!
and your clear instructions – do this, next do this, then do this….no brainer, anyone can do it.
You’re the Real Thing!
Another one, from David Quarles, who took a flying start on his MPOs:
I was excited to see my ezine articles have gotten 38 clickthroughs in the one day of being live. No sales yet, but that is progress I can see! This is slow and steady, but if i can sell one product a month per blog with 100 of them I’ll be a happy pappy. My brother always said “Find out how to make $1.00 on the internet, then do that a million times.”
The best to all of you. Thanks to everyone who’s been sending in comments — much appreciated. After a long, hard Summer, I’ll take a few pats on the back. And a Campari
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There’s still some choice spots left. Go to the Club now:
Note To: Future JV Partners
Phase II is being assembled now. It will be for you to promote, with those juicy recurring commissions. Those on my JV list will be getting a very special package soon.
If you’re on the Phase I reserve list, you’ll be getting a good look at the biggest project of 2007 this Friday. A unique main page is going to tell you all about it. I will also show you the philosophy behind MPOs and take you on a guided tour inside, via short videos.
Look for the notice in your inbox on Friday morning.