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After hearing about a bunch of first-time internet marketing “newbies” using this TOP SECRET Market Samurai software to easily capture front-page rankings, traffic and sales in their first few weeks online, I had to check it out.

I was so impressed by the software that I even worked out a deal to give you INSTANT ACCESS to download it at NO COST to see for yourself just how powerful it is.

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If you want the secret to quick, profitable, high traffic Google rankings – the secret is finding the “right” keywords…

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If you want to be able to…

* Effectively analyze your SEO competition instead of fighting and losing costly and time-consuming battles against almost unbeatable competitors.

* Find relevant web content that fits your chosen keywords instead of being forced to research and write content the old way – from start-to-finish by yourself, or paying for outsourcing.

* Find opportunities to build high-value backlinks to your content from relevant sites, practically on autopilot – including valuable blog pingback links.

… then make sure you go here now before it too late:

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And more important than anything, Market Samurais enables you to follow the 4 Golden Rules of SEO:

* SEO Golden Rule #1 – Pick keywords that ATTRACT TRAFFIC, and avoid 90% of all keywords that will NOT attract traffic.

* SEO Golden Rule #2 – Pick keywords that have COMMERCIAL VALUE, and avoid all of the unprofitable, useless-traffic keywords.

* SEO Golden Rule #3 – Pick keywords with LOW LEVELS OF COMPETITION – and avoid keywords that give you have no chance to get front-page Google rankings.

Only around 1% of all keywords fit within these 4 Golden Rules.

If you EVER want to drive free search engine traffic to your website, then without Market Samurai you’re playing “SEO Roulette” with the odds stacked against you at 100 to 1, trying to “GUESS” the right keywords to target!

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Internet Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead Part 1

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The Grateful Dead knew their niche.

The Grateful Dead was a rag-tag bunch of misfits and malcontnets. They weren’t the best musicians. They weren’t slick. They never had a “hit” record. And yet they were (and still are), wildly popular.

They became friends with famous artists such as Salvador Dali. Their fan base consisted of U.S. Senators, lawyers, doctors, professionals, and working people.

They went from giving free concerts to a multi-million dollar organization that employed several hundred staff members.

At one time, the Grateful Dead sold out the largest music venues in the country. Generally for two to three days at a time. Sometimes, twice a year.

The organization still makes a bundle to this very day, and yet they have not released any new music.

Lesson 1: Know your niche.

The Grateful Dead did not try to become all things to all people.

They knew early on, their appeal was very limited. While they released music albums, they got very little commercial radio air play.

They understood their audience and their audience understood them. The Dead’s model was to take their music to the people.

They become known through word of mouth. One person would go to a Grateful Dead concert, and they would tell their friends. Soon, they would tell their friends. And on and on.

Their shows became viral messages, as more and more people attended their concerts.

Through it all, they concentrated on their fans. They never tried to appeal to everyone.

The Grateful Dead understood their niche and put their energies in devloping that niche.

you can listen to a great version of Truckin”, right here. (Song starts after 20 second intro…)

End of Part One: Internet Marketing Lessons from The Graeful Dead.

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Have a Jerry Christmas and a Happy New Weir,

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