Making Easy Money With Replicated Systems, a Dying Myth

One Tree Hill was a landmark that facinated me when I was small…

I could see it from my childhood home.

Our house was 30 years old when we moved in. It was made from Rimu tree, and was transfered from another city in the middle of the night on the back of an enormous truck. When it arrived on our very sloped land at dawn, it was mounted upon thick wooden posts and made to stand level with the slope’s highest point.


One Tree Hill, Auckland, New Zealand.

One Tree Hill was a landmark that fascinated me when I was small…

I could see it from my childhood home.

Our house was 30 years old when we moved in. It was made from Rimu tree, and was transferred from another city in the middle of the night on the back of an enormous truck.

When it arrived on our very sloped land at dawn, it was mounted upon thick wooden posts and made to stand level with the slope’s highest point.

Ours was the tallest house in the neighbourhood. And from its strange double-glazed living-room window, I could see across to the other side of the city. There, in the distance stood a single tree waving alongside a dark tower on a “hill”. One Tree Hill.

It was a long time before I finally visited.

The road we drove on wound around what seemed more like a mountain. And as i leaped out of the car, excited, with the wind whipping my hair against my face, I saw my beloved tree and tower in all their glory.

As I came closer to inspect, I noticed two tree stumps in the ground.

“Daddy, this is THREE Tree Hill! Look, two trees next to this were cut. See?”

My father shrugged at where I pointed. No one ever talked about those two tree stumps. I always wondered why.

One day, my teacher assigned us a project to write our own Maori-style myth.

Maori myths had certain distinguishing features: There were man-like-gods for everything. And they were amazing.

There was Maui who caught, beat, and tamed the sun, fished the North Island out of the sea, and tried to conquer death. Then there was my favourite, Tane. He was one of the strongest gods and reigned over the forest. Also, there was Aroha the goddess of love. And earth mother Papa and sky father Rangi who were pushed apart by their children when they grew restless in the darkness between them.

Maori myths were told to children and served as explanations for things their parents didn’t know the answers to back then.

I didn’t know why One Tree Hill had two stumps. So I told this story…

Myth: Kupe Fighting Sea Creatures
Myth: Kupe Fighting Sea Creatures


There were two young gods–Tane and Rangi.

They made the forest before Tane created man. Rangi fell in love with another goddess named Aroha and wanted to build her a wooden hut in Tane’s forest. Tane was horrified that Rangi should cut up the trees they had worked hard to create. In a fit of rage, he turned Rangi and Aroha into small seeds. He threw them far away at the top of the highest mountain.

As years past, Rangi and Aroha grew into strong trees and had a small child of their own. Tane was not a forgiving god…and when he found out, he chopped Aroha and her child. But not Rangi. Though he tried, he was unsuccessful because Rangi was one of the original immortal gods.

To an 11 year old, this simplistic story gave an entertaining explanation for the tree stumps. It was a myth for children.

Later, when I grew up I learned that One Tree Hill was at the center of a protest for Maori rights…an angry protestor tried to chop the tree in the middle of the night. Luckily, he was stopped in time.

We’ll come back to the tree a little later. For now, I want to talk about another myth believed by adults…

When the Internet went mainstream, many fortunes were made online. We hear about these lucky people’s stories in the news. Boys were paid 1.6 billion for a little video sharing website called YouTube. A PhD project turned into one of the most recognised names on the internet…Google. College-drop-out turned down a billion dollars for his year-book-like social network…Facebook.

I grew up dreaming of making my fortune online like them. These amazing, intelligent, legends of the Internet were my heroes.

I wasn’t the only dreamer. This stuff became the stuff of myth. Told and spread between adults. There came a time when you didn’t even need to convince anyone that they could get rich quick on the internet. All they had to do was hire a web designer and start an online store-front and woow over-night riches.

Although it’s never been THAT easy to make a lot of money online, until very recently, it was relatively simple. I mean, not so long ago, you could make $15 for 15 minutes of work just by filling out surveys (not any more).

Or you could go to clickbank, commission junction, or amazon and pick the first ready-made product you see with a decent pay-out. You take their sales page and throw together a video or Google ad and drive people directly to the sale.

It’s not like that today.

As more and more people flocked to these internet marketing systems, funded proposals, affiliate programs, and adsense content generators…the internet became saturated with duplicate content. Not long after, a searcher would be faced with millions of results made up of testimonials and reviews that all went to the same sale page, for the same product.

In effect, what is happening now, is that the myth has spread:

“Much money can be made for relatively no effort on the internet!”

And it’s being sold and believed over and over by every opportunist.

While thousands of new people flock to start businesses online using these “simple systems”, what is in effect happening is that thousands of clone businesses are being opened in the very same marketplace.

Their clone businesses sell the same products, to the same prospects, using the same offers, and the same sales pitch. They are in a stale-mate…brutally fighting for the same chunk of market with exactly the same weapons.

The result? Customers are divided and spread very thin between them all. Only a little money (if any) can be made in each clone-business.

One of the winners, in this situation, is the system owner.

Think about it…

All of the myth-inspired “business” owners are spending and risking their own effort, money, and time in the hope of earning commissions. The response they see is minimal–say 1 sale a week. While on the other hand, the system owner is making money on the 1 sale/week over 10,000 affiliates (or system users). That’s 10,000 sales a week with zero extra effort on their part.

Yet, the system owners aren’t the demons in this myth.

They’re just making it easy for people to start. Because they know that most promoters are myth-buyers and they will not stay around to duplicate more than one time. So they make it easy for them to duplicate that once.

On the other hand, the people who DO make the big bucks don’t rely on the system on its own. They’re out there creating a unique experience for customers. They’re making it a point to stand out from the clones. Because they know the myth for what it is–a piece of fiction for children.

They’re out there building a real business on sound, scientific principles. They’re sharpening stronger, better weapons by developing their Unique Selling Proposition (USP). They understand supply and demand. They’re learning marketing skills to beat the clones with.

These are the people who outsource landing page creation, list building, autoresponders, and copy.

As the stories travel and spread, more late-comers will come hoping for a slice of pie. But it’s going to keep thinning and getting harder until the myth is shattered and makes sense no more.

“Make easy money online” will be DEAD!

Just like the tree on One Tree Hill. Sacrificed in a political demonstration for rights. The news was broken a few years ago that after the attack on “Rangi”, my favourite tree was too weak to continue to stand on its own. It became an accident risk. And the decision was made to chop it down.

So much for my myth’s immortal god.

Now the hill has three stumps and a tower. No Tree Hill.


No Tree Hill :(
No Tree Hill :(


Author: Jim Yaghi

Jim Yaghi is an advertising consultant and traffic expert, with a background in Artificial Intelligence.

67 thoughts on “Making Easy Money With Replicated Systems, a Dying Myth”

  1. There's a great quote by a fellow Wallace D Wattles, author of The Science of Getting Rich that goes "we are here to create, not to compete for what has already been created."

    I think as business owners we have to start creating and stop competing. Once we create something truly unique, there is no competition and we reap the benefits.

    I like your story.

    blessings

    Amy

  2. There's a great quote by a fellow Wallace D Wattles, author of The Science of Getting Rich that goes “we are here to create, not to compete for what has already been created.”
    I think as business owners we have to start creating and stop competing. Once we create something truly unique, there is no competition and we reap the benefits.
    I like your story.
    blessings
    Amy

  3. Hi Jim,

    I've added you to my short list of influential people in my online world. Seth Godin is another one, and I highly respect you both. I'm thanking you for your thoughtful writings and your creative mind.

    I also want you to know that I'm determined to be innovative and present myself online as exceptional. I will get the help I need to overcome any gaps in my technical abilities.

    Your encouragement is worthy.

  4. Hi Jim,

    I've added you to my short list of influential people in my online world. Seth Godin is another one, and I highly respect you both. I'm thanking you for your thoughtful writings and your creative mind.

    I also want you to know that I'm determined to be innovative and present myself online as exceptional. I will get the help I need to overcome any gaps in my technical abilities.

    Your encouragement is worthy.

  5. Jim,

    I love it! Your post are always way more interesting then just about everything I read on the internet! Thanks! I really enjoy it and I agree! But for this exact reason I want to work even harder to make sure that I'm not one of those people that just gives up because its "too hard"! Thanks again for leading the way and taking the time to help all of us!

    Evan

  6. Jim,

    I love it! Your post are always way more interesting then just about everything I read on the internet! Thanks! I really enjoy it and I agree! But for this exact reason I want to work even harder to make sure that I'm not one of those people that just gives up because its “too hard”! Thanks again for leading the way and taking the time to help all of us!

    Evan

  7. Jim,

    Your story makes a great deal of sense. People are frantic to make an easy buck. They don't realize that internet marketing is just like any other business. There is a great deal of learning and work to do.

    How I see it is that one has to find a niche that has a need and go after it. It is a great deal of work but with 6 plus Billion people out there it will be worth it in the end.

    It is difficult for the beginner who is bombarded with those get rich quick offers in every other email. Often times from some of the biggest big dawgs in the business. Then once they sell you there is very little if any support to go along with it. One has to be very careful. I had a brick and mortar business for many years before coming to internet marketing and I have to say this industry has a very high rate of charlatans. You I have to say are not one of them.

    Thanks so much for your truthful wisdom.

    Denis Foley

  8. Jim,
    Your story makes a great deal of sense. People are frantic to make an easy buck. They don't realize that internet marketing is just like any other business. There is a great deal of learning and work to do.

    How I see it is that one has to find a niche that has a need and go after it. It is a great deal of work but with 6 plus Billion people out there it will be worth it in the end.

    It is difficult for the beginner who is bombarded with those get rich quick offers in every other email. Often times from some of the biggest big dawgs in the business. Then once they sell you there is very little if any support to go along with it. One has to be very careful. I had a brick and mortar business for many years before coming to internet marketing and I have to say this industry has a very high rate of charlatans. You I have to say are not one of them.

    Thanks so much for your truthful wisdom.

    Denis Foley

  9. Hi Jim,

    It's always good to read your stuff.

    What you say is true, google is making it harder to market on adwords. No more sending traffic diectly to an affliate site, I just listened to Perry Marshal last night and it sounds like Google is coming ip with more restrictions. They are down on drug companies and MLM. If we want to keep promoting, we need be more inovative to stay ahead of the game and survive.

    To stay in the game will need to learn marketing, sales copy, html, create our own USP, and study the people who are great at marketing,( the techniques haven't changed in over 100 years, the internet just make it easier to talk to more people faster).

    Just keep trying and learning.

    Craig

  10. Hi Jim,
    It's always good to read your stuff.
    What you say is true, google is making it harder to market on adwords. No more sending traffic diectly to an affliate site, I just listened to Perry Marshal last night and it sounds like Google is coming ip with more restrictions. They are down on drug companies and MLM. If we want to keep promoting, we need be more inovative to stay ahead of the game and survive.
    To stay in the game will need to learn marketing, sales copy, html, create our own USP, and study the people who are great at marketing,( the techniques haven't changed in over 100 years, the internet just make it easier to talk to more people faster).
    Just keep trying and learning.
    Craig

  11. @Amy Master: thank you, you're absolutely right! Being unique puts you in a category of your own so you don't have to compete. Eben Pagan talked in his Guru program about how creating a different category for yourself in the prospect's mind makes you immune to competition.

    @Dianne Hansen: I appreciate your kindness, thank you! And i know that if you set your mind to it, you can overcome every challenge or find someone else knowledgeable to exchange favours with 😉

    @Forrest Bivens: Thank you for trying out the video commenting feature! I really wanted someone to give it a go.

    @Evan Broadhead: Man, i'm proud of you. You've made huge advancements since i met you a few weeks ago. I was really pleased with how quickly you took up the challenge and implemented your own landing page as soon as i told you to do it. Great job!

    @Denis Foley: So true man! I blame both the guys selling the "get rich quick" crap AND the people who are so willing to believe the myth against their better judgement. NOTHING good comes for free. Everything worthwhile has a hard uphill climb before you can roll down the other side ;).

    @craig: Exactly man! And it's not because Google is cracking down that we should be attentive…we just need to always be putting our best foot forward, offering the best value we can. because providing true value is the only activity that causes money by default (and effortlessly).

    Thank you to all of you for your participation in this discussion!

    Jim

  12. @Amy Master: thank you, you're absolutely right! Being unique puts you in a category of your own so you don't have to compete. Eben Pagan talked in his Guru program about how creating a different category for yourself in the prospect's mind makes you immune to competition.

    @Dianne Hansen: I appreciate your kindness, thank you! And i know that if you set your mind to it, you can overcome every challenge or find someone else knowledgeable to exchange favours with 😉

    @Forrest Bivens: Thank you for trying out the video commenting feature! I really wanted someone to give it a go.

    @Evan Broadhead: Man, i'm proud of you. You've made huge advancements since i met you a few weeks ago. I was really pleased with how quickly you took up the challenge and implemented your own landing page as soon as i told you to do it. Great job!

    @Denis Foley: So true man! I blame both the guys selling the “get rich quick” crap AND the people who are so willing to believe the myth against their better judgement. NOTHING good comes for free. Everything worthwhile has a hard uphill climb before you can roll down the other side ;).

    @craig: Exactly man! And it's not because Google is cracking down that we should be attentive…we just need to always be putting our best foot forward, offering the best value we can. because providing true value is the only activity that causes money by default (and effortlessly).

    Thank you to all of you for your participation in this discussion!

    Jim

  13. Systems are duplicated, People are not. It works, but you have to have the "right system" and more importantly the training to understand "that system" and why duplication must be personalized to tie it all together. Your USP model u explained.

    Automation is great, but if you don't know how to go the extra mile, add the human touch, and stay persistent you might as well throw that automation away.

    Principals that worked extremely well back in the 1990's work extremely well today if people will realize it takes a village to raise a child. Today, a mentor is just as important as yesterday, maybe more.

    Jim, your dead on with this article, keep up the good words of wisdom.

  14. Systems are duplicated, People are not. It works, but you have to have the “right system” and more importantly the training to understand “that system” and why duplication must be personalized to tie it all together. Your USP model u explained.

    Automation is great, but if you don't know how to go the extra mile, add the human touch, and stay persistent you might as well throw that automation away.

    Principals that worked extremely well back in the 1990's work extremely well today if people will realize it takes a village to raise a child. Today, a mentor is just as important as yesterday, maybe more.

    Jim, your dead on with this article, keep up the good words of wisdom.

  15. Hi Jim!

    I love this blog post. You are a talented writer! Even when you were little–what a great story about the gods. Though, no tree hill makes me sad!

    I appreciate your comments about true business, true marketing, and truly representing our products and our businesses in unique, though sometimes harder, ways. It's good to remember and keep striving for. I'm currently using a system page to practice (and because I like it), but I know that's not going to build my business for me or make me a true leader.

    Thank you for being honest and straight forward about what we really need to do to be successful and make money on the internet. I respect your opinion and look forward to the next post!

    Thank you,

    Kari Baxter

  16. Hi Jim!
    I love this blog post. You are a talented writer! Even when you were little–what a great story about the gods. Though, no tree hill makes me sad!

    I appreciate your comments about true business, true marketing, and truly representing our products and our businesses in unique, though sometimes harder, ways. It's good to remember and keep striving for. I'm currently using a system page to practice (and because I like it), but I know that's not going to build my business for me or make me a true leader.

    Thank you for being honest and straight forward about what we really need to do to be successful and make money on the internet. I respect your opinion and look forward to the next post!

    Thank you,
    Kari Baxter

  17. Jim,

    I hate sites that give us all sizzle and no steak (often even after we pay the fee)! You again provide valuable content at no charge like so few do.

    I'm glad Google isn't the only way to advertise on the web. I'm thinking I can still get some miles out of yours and others affiliate pages (just not on Google, I guess), while I crank up and refine the "copy" on my own new site (gymalien.net).

    With the new developments from Google I'll bet we can expect something different and new from you in the near future too (just a guess).

    thanks again, James (GymAlien.) Allen

  18. Jim,

    I hate sites that give us all sizzle and no steak (often even after we pay the fee)! You again provide valuable content at no charge like so few do.

    I'm glad Google isn't the only way to advertise on the web. I'm thinking I can still get some miles out of yours and others affiliate pages (just not on Google, I guess), while I crank up and refine the “copy” on my own new site (gymalien.net).

    With the new developments from Google I'll bet we can expect something different and new from you in the near future too (just a guess).

    thanks again, James (GymAlien.) Allen

  19. As always straight to the point with a parable. Stories are always a way for people to understand how things work. Like any myth people want to believe wether it is in the bible, mythology etc so that they can make sense of what this world is about (as you have said).

    I find it interesting that each person craves to be an individual and wants to excel in one way or another. I believe that the internet provides a way for people to express them selves in whatever fashion they wish & portray value of them selves and how they perceive others (sometimes to their own detriment).

    If you create for the purpose of creation and the advancement of others including yourself I feel that you are being successful. The stopgap happens as you try to be something that you are not for just the purpose for a buck.

    The benefit of this is the culling of the heard by natural selection of information. The riding of others coattails will not increase your chances of being successful. Now the only way to promote a successful business ONLINE or OFFLINE is to create a business that helps others, has morals and values, and looks at the big picture.

    If life didn't evolve then we would be sitting in a cave, drawing with plants and wishing it was warm while we grunt.. I know I certainly prefer our new way to communicate it is just going through the growth process and sometimes that can be painful.

    Thank you for being one of the few that provides a map so I know how to get to where I want to go…

    Rebecca

  20. As always straight to the point with a parable. Stories are always a way for people to understand how things work. Like any myth people want to believe wether it is in the bible, mythology etc so that they can make sense of what this world is about (as you have said).
    I find it interesting that each person craves to be an individual and wants to excel in one way or another. I believe that the internet provides a way for people to express them selves in whatever fashion they wish & portray value of them selves and how they perceive others (sometimes to their own detriment).
    If you create for the purpose of creation and the advancement of others including yourself I feel that you are being successful. The stopgap happens as you try to be something that you are not for just the purpose for a buck.
    The benefit of this is the culling of the heard by natural selection of information. The riding of others coattails will not increase your chances of being successful. Now the only way to promote a successful business ONLINE or OFFLINE is to create a business that helps others, has morals and values, and looks at the big picture.
    If life didn't evolve then we would be sitting in a cave, drawing with plants and wishing it was warm while we grunt.. I know I certainly prefer our new way to communicate it is just going through the growth process and sometimes that can be painful.
    Thank you for being one of the few that provides a map so I know how to get to where I want to go…
    Rebecca

  21. Hi Jim,

    I believe that what is happening now will sort the wheat from the chaff. Only those true entrepreneurs will hang in and make money. They will have to work hard but can still reap the benefits IF they are prepared to take the time to learn their new profession. I am new to the Internet (as Jim knows) but it matters not where or how you make your money as an entreprenuer-we are all of the same mind set.

    I never believed in the easy buck. Hard work is enjoyable when the business is your own. You have to live and breathe your own business (whatever it is). Live by what Ross Perot said "Wake up in the morning and look in the mirror. You are your own job security." Make yourself the master of your craft and then you can control your destiny.

    That is the way to be successful and why I could have retired in my dream home aged 45 if I so chosen. Money should not be the driving force behind your business but a will to succeed. The money will come as a result of the success.

    Jim, as usual, it is a pleasure to read your inspirational words. I look forward to the next installment!

    Sophie Hardy

  22. Hi Jim,

    I believe that what is happening now will sort the wheat from the chaff. Only those true entrepreneurs will hang in and make money. They will have to work hard but can still reap the benefits IF they are prepared to take the time to learn their new profession. I am new to the Internet (as Jim knows) but it matters not where or how you make your money as an entreprenuer-we are all of the same mind set.

    I never believed in the easy buck. Hard work is enjoyable when the business is your own. You have to live and breathe your own business (whatever it is). Live by what Ross Perot said “Wake up in the morning and look in the mirror. You are your own job security.” Make yourself the master of your craft and then you can control your destiny.

    That is the way to be successful and why I could have retired in my dream home aged 45 if I so chosen. Money should not be the driving force behind your business but a will to succeed. The money will come as a result of the success.

    Jim, as usual, it is a pleasure to read your inspirational words. I look forward to the next installment!

    Sophie Hardy

  23. Hey Jim

    A great analogy of how myths come and go …

    "Customers are divided and spread very thin between them all. Only a little money (if any) can be made in each clone-business." sums up the whole dilema being experienced by so many new internet marketers

    Keep it up Jim

    Leo Hanes

  24. Hey Jim

    A great analogy of how myths come and go …

    “Customers are divided and spread very thin between them all. Only a little money (if any) can be made in each clone-business.” sums up the whole dilema being experienced by so many new internet marketers

    Keep it up Jim

    Leo Hanes

  25. Those who don't want to be chopped down due to their weakness will have to learn strength. Sounds pretty harsh, but it's true.

    As one who started too late to cash in all this 'easy money', I've had to learn the hard way and acquire the skills needed. And I still have more to learn than I've acquired so far.

    But as you point out, even those at the top have to keep learning and adapting so why would it be any different for those just starting out? Except of course we have the likes of you to learn from. :)

    Beautiful story by the way. Liked the one about your dad as well, boy your childhood and family sound awesome.

    Susan

  26. Those who don't want to be chopped down due to their weakness will have to learn strength. Sounds pretty harsh, but it's true.

    As one who started too late to cash in all this 'easy money', I've had to learn the hard way and acquire the skills needed. And I still have more to learn than I've acquired so far.

    But as you point out, even those at the top have to keep learning and adapting so why would it be any different for those just starting out? Except of course we have the likes of you to learn from. :)

    Beautiful story by the way. Liked the one about your dad as well, boy your childhood and family sound awesome.

    Susan

  27. Marketing is about one thing…You! Your story..the real story.

    We're paid in direct relation to the value we offer. Building value is the goal of any true business owner.

    Jim Yaghi I'm glad I found you and really like your style thus far!

  28. Marketing is about one thing…You! Your story..the real story.
    We're paid in direct relation to the value we offer. Building value is the goal of any true business owner.

    Jim Yaghi I'm glad I found you and really like your style thus far!

  29. Hi Jim – there's not a lot I can add to what's already been said here. I personally am very pleased that I've discovered you, this web site and the work that you do. I've just finished reading your "About Jim" page and you are a huge inspiration…to all of us. There've been many times where I feel that I've been ready to throw in the towel but I know that I wouldn't be able to live with myself if I did. I would never want to look back one day and say that I didn't give something my 100%. Sometimes it gets soooo difficult and discouraging but, if it were that easy, everybody would be independently wealthy, right? Thanx again…

  30. Hi Jim – there's not a lot I can add to what's already been said here. I personally am very pleased that I've discovered you, this web site and the work that you do. I've just finished reading your “About Jim” page and you are a huge inspiration…to all of us. There've been many times where I feel that I've been ready to throw in the towel but I know that I wouldn't be able to live with myself if I did. I would never want to look back one day and say that I didn't give something my 100%. Sometimes it gets soooo difficult and discouraging but, if it were that easy, everybody would be independently wealthy, right? Thanx again…

  31. Jim,

    Great story and powerful insight. What we are in the midst of is the maturation of the internet as a business vehicle. If one looks back through the history of business there are scores of examples of exactaly what we are seeing in internet marketing.

    You are, spot on, that the innovative, creative and adaptable will be the ones to survive.

    Thank you for your perspective and guidance.

    Bruce A. Bennett

  32. Jim,

    Great story and powerful insight. What we are in the midst of is the maturation of the internet as a business vehicle. If one looks back through the history of business there are scores of examples of exactaly what we are seeing in internet marketing.

    You are, spot on, that the innovative, creative and adaptable will be the ones to survive.

    Thank you for your perspective and guidance.

    Bruce A. Bennett

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  34. Jim:

    I appreciate your excellent guidance in the shark-infested oceans of the internet. There is no easy money on the internet and that's good. If it didn't take any effort, it wouldn't be worth doing. Continue your sharing and I will keep following your guidance. Thanks Jim.

    Cheers! C Doug Mah

  35. Jim:
    I appreciate your excellent guidance in the shark-infested oceans of the internet. There is no easy money on the internet and that's good. If it didn't take any effort, it wouldn't be worth doing. Continue your sharing and I will keep following your guidance. Thanks Jim.
    Cheers! C Doug Mah

  36. Great myth Jim.

    Coming from the land of no tree hill I appreciate your take on things.

    I liked Amman when I was there too, a totally different style of living.

    Cheers,

    Dean.

  37. Great myth Jim.

    Coming from the land of no tree hill I appreciate your take on things.
    I liked Amman when I was there too, a totally different style of living.

    Cheers,
    Dean.

  38. Jim,

    Thanks so much for this beautiful insight.

    Just confirms again that my partner and I are on the right path

    Best to you

    Sven

    PS.PPC Domination rocks, thanks for this great course.

  39. Jim,

    Thanks so much for this beautiful insight.

    Just confirms again that my partner and I are on the right path

    Best to you

    Sven

    PS.PPC Domination rocks, thanks for this great course.

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