Apologies if you got this notice from my newsletter yesterday around 2PM. It appears Andy and Brad had some technology issues so people haven’t been able to take advantage of this one until today. The links in this post go to an active page where you can order.
You can skip the background story and go straight to the good stuff here –
A long time ago I was a newbie just like you might be now.
A newbie is a person new to the Internet and in my case I was learning everything I could about building websites and then generating traffic to them.
About four years ago I stumbled across a man called Brad Fallon, who at the time was selling a product called Stomping the Search Engines.
Brad taught people how to convince search engines, specifically Google, to send thousands of visitors to your site simply by optimizing your web pages so they rank well in search result pages.
Brad was the first to teach me how important the following elements are in order to “search engine optimize” (SEO) my website –
- Keyword Density
- Site Structure
- Internal Links
- Page Reputation
- Anchor Text
- Link Popularity
- Link Relevance
I owe a lot to Brad because he introduced me to the world of SEO and since then I’ve come to depend on Google to deliver fresh visitors to my blog.
Thankfully blogging is a great way to organically drive traffic from search engines and even if you forget about SEO you can do reasonably well just by publishing regularly to a WordPress.org blog.
However, if you are in a competitive niche, or you just can’t seem to grab that first page ranking for a certain keyphrase you know is the killer-term that could skyrocket your traffic, it pays to study the work of guys like Brad.
Today Brad is a partner-founder with Andy Jenkins of the Stompernet company – a massive Internet marketing organization made up of many experts, which they call the “faculty” (just like a university).
Stomping The Search Engines 2 Released Today
Brad, Andy and several of the other faculty members today released the long awaited follow-up to that very first search engine course from Brad, aptly named – “Stomping the Search Engines 2″.
Here is the cool part…
They are giving it away.
Let me clarify…
There’s a trend lately. Every Internet marketer has decided that having a printed newsletter (that’s real paper sent to your old-school letterbox) is a good idea.
This is actually a very old tactic from the direct marketing days and in many ways, Internet marketers today who use email newsletters are copying the same systems old direct marketers used long before the Internet came along, when they sent paper newsletters in the mail.
So the circle continues and we are back to paper based newsletters.
I’m seriously thinking about creating a print blog marketing newsletter too, but I digress…
What matters here is that every time one of these print newsletters launch, the creators decide to give away something cool just for giving the newsletter a try.
Brad and Andy are doing the same, and they are giving away the complete Stomping The Search Engines 2 course to anyone who tries their new print newsletter, “The Net Effect“.
So in summary, you can get the complete and entirely new SEO course and the first edition of the new printed newsletter from Stompernet called The Net Effect if you are willing to pay for shipping.
If this appeals to you, grab it here -
Why Are They Doing This?
The reason they do this is because they hope you are so blown away by the newsletter that you stay subscribed and keep paying the monthly fee after the first month free trial.
Plus when you order they present you with other offers that do cost something – all entirely optional of course.
So in case you are wondering why they can send this to you for the cost of shipping only – that’s why.
I think it’s a pretty good deal and Brad Fallon is definitely a guy I recommend when it comes to SEO, so in my opinion it’s worth trying this one.
You can always cancel the subscription and you won’t be charged a cent beyond the shipping fee.
This the link –