It makes me laugh.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard some “guru” claim to be a seven, multi-seven, eight, or even multi-eight figure earner.
Here’s what they’re not telling you …
There’s a BIG difference between gross profit and net profit.
And there’s an even BIGGER difference between annual profit and cumulative profit.
Gurus never use these words.
To do so would be to expose their fraudulent, self-aggrandising bullshyt.
Try asking a guru to clarify sometime if you don’t believe me, just be prepared to get ostracised (if that’s a concern).
Gurus don’t like being “outed,” haha.
With that said …
Want to learn from a REAL seven-figure annual earner?
Then let’s talk about a business built upon attraction marketing principles that you willingly flock to over and over again.
And even though I have a great deal of admiration for this business, there are still elements of trickery at play.
I’m talking about your local supermarket.
The average supermarket does over $USD 2MM in sales annually and keeps nearly 300k of it after taxes, which puts 99% of gurus to shame (despite what their sales videos says).
The amazing part?
They didn’t have to convince you to walk through the door.
You came of your own free will. And will do so week after week, without feeling like you’re being sold to.
But I told you already that supermarkets have a few dirty tricks up their sleeve.
They’re cleverly designed to extract as much money from your wallet as possible.
And while they might seem benign enough, there’s a surprising level of sophistication to their design.
They don’t actually make much money unless you impulsively shop, buy more than you need, and load up on non-essential items.
Here are a few of their tricks …
– Shopping carts are designed to be larger than needed to encourage you to spend more
– Essentials like milk are always the furthest from the entrance, forcing you to navigate the entire store to reach them
– The worst deals and most expensive items are always at eye-level (for adults and kids alike)
– Your “rewards card” is an ingenious mechanism to track your purchases and increase your brand loyalty
– And most obviously (almost too pedestrian to mention), the checkout aisles are filled with sugary temptations
Now without giving them too much credit, Affiliate Systems share a few similarities with your local supermarket.
(Big difference being that one business can feed your family and the other might impair your ability to do so, haha.)
Let me explain …
Affiliate Systems do everything possible to extract your every last dollar buying things you don’t need while keeping you in a cycle of dependence and confusion.
They’re designed to trick you into attending training after training, keep you paying your monthly dues, and encourage a tribal, subservient mindset.
I’ve lost more than a few friends for calling out these unethical tactics. C’est la vie.
Here’s how to beat the Affiliate Systems Owners at their own game …
When you control the traffic, you have all the leverage. They need you and you don’t need them.
They’ll make special concessions, hang a star on your door, and put your name in lights to keep you from straying to another system.
This is how Super Affiliates are treated. I know from first hand experience.
As a guy that spent seven years as the highest paid traffic consultant in this industry before deciding to pursue a startup in another niche, I want you to pay close attention to what I’m about to say.
As a parting gesture to this industry, I’m revealing my exact process.
Late last summer I decided to take my in-house training manuals, used by my staff here at YaghiLabs, and expand them into the 8-part DIY Super Traffic Machine.
These step-by-step manuals are how to join the ranks of the Super Affiliates instead of being treated like another commodity.
Already, you’re getting this email because you don’t want to get caught in the vicious guru cycle like everyone else.
You see the hype. You didn’t become a marketer for a chance to buy expensive coaching, aimless eBooks, or ignorant webinars.
You don’t want pretty packaging or vitamin-infused waters–you want the fugking milk!
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