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I once heard someone say that “Every battle is won, before it’s ever fought.”
And, I first heard it from the guy on the right: This is Michael Douglas showing a check to Charlie Sheen. This scene is from the movie “Wall Street”, one of my all-time favourite movies.
But of course, this quote was originally said by the dude below: This is Sun Tzu.
Quickly From Wikipedia: “Sun Tzu was an ancient Chinese military general, strategist and philosopher who is traditionally believed to be the author of The Art of War, an influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy.”
In the pic above, he is sporting some REALLY cool sideburns, mustache and beard. That’s awesome! ;-)
Anyway, what does “Every battle is won, before it’s ever fought” mean, in the context of making money online?
Well, let’s say that you want to put up an affiliate site. If you start by doing proper keyword research, you have great chances of that site becoming succesful and earning you money.
On the other hand, if you don’t do your keyword research properly, then you are likely going to waste your money, time and effort and get nothing in return. More than 95% of online marketers fall in this category. They put up sites that never make any money…
Now, there are many people teaching how to do keyword research, but most of them either offer outdated information, or they don’t explain the process clearly enough.
However, I recently went through a video course on keyword research called “Smart Keyword Research“, that I really liked.
Let me take you behind the scenes, to show you what the members’ area looks like:
There are keyword research examples if you want to build an Adsense site (like the skin condition “Keratosis Pillaris” or “Liposuction”).
There are keyword research examples if you want to build a Clickbank site (like “deep voice”, “how to get a big booty” and “yeast infection”).
There are keyword research examples if you want to build an Amazon site (like “Samsung led TV”, “wrestling shoes” and “surfboards”).
Some of these examples are “awkward” – and that’s great news for you. Because people who feel awkward about a problem they have, don’t want to look for a solution “offline”, because they are embarrassed. Instead, they go online to search for solutions.
Anyway, I don’t want to make this post too long. If you are interested, you can learn more about the course. But before you do that, let me say this:
This course usually sells for $57.
But I liked it so much that I negotiated a special deal for you. For the next 3 days you can get access to this course for more than 50% off – just $27.
Please don’t share this special link with anyone else. This is only for my subscribers and customers only, ok?
Here’s the link again:
Anyway, thanks for checking out this post. Talk soon!