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Where's the 7878's method?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by xaxaxa123, Aug 28, 2014.

  1. xaxaxa123

    xaxaxa123 Registered Member

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  2. Duffers5000

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    Yep thats it. Now go buy some dice and envelopes.
     
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    You found it, what did you expect? PP money generator?
     
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  5. netmoney1

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    Please keep the PayPal money generator a secret. The more that find out about it = the less free money we get every day.


    OP - you found it. Step by step method? It is right there. All presented step by step. Want someone to do it for you? Seriously...read the thread. It couldn't be presented in a more simple way...
     
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  6. Duffers5000

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    The 7878 method got exhausted by dopes anyway.

    "I tried it but the only dice I could get were an off pink cerise instead of the red ones, I guess thats why I failed ? "

    "Yo, me too Brah. Shitty lavender dice got me no action"

    The big pussy method is where ORM is heading for 2015 use it wisely and choose the right dog.
     
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    You must mean his other thread... the one where he sent everyone who replied in the thread $1000?

    That thread is in the Jr. VIP section
     
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  8. xaxaxa123

    xaxaxa123 Registered Member

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    Nope. I don't even know the threads in the Jr. VIP section.

    Uhh, I don't know. It wasn't structured in this way. There was a prices of pen sets(just example, i don't remember everything) and prices of the other resources you'll need to start and it was a step-by-step guide, srsly. Maybe someone has stolen the method and posted it in another forum where I've read it. Look what I've found right now:

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    No crap. No affiliate links. No trying to make money from Miscers. No cliffs, either. 
    
    I was going to have people PM me, but since this method is only a tweak  on a widely available method, I will make it widely available on here.  Feel free to PM me with any questions, and it may take me a few days to  get back to you, but here is how I'm going to go about making $60,000 or  more in a side job this year, step-by-step:
    
    [U]PROCESS[/U]
    
    1) Go online and find 20 companies in your area with crap reviews. Best bets are apartments/condos, restaurants, and hotels.
    
    2) Get all the information you can about them. Compile it into a spreadsheet.
    
    3) Take and print a few screenshots of their bad reviews and circle the  worst parts. Type up a letter to them as well. Potential body of the  letter:
    
    [I]I'm going to get straight to the point because I know you're busy;  attached are some unfavorable reviews about your {business type} that I  pulled from the very 1st page of Google. 
    
    My name is {Your Name}, and I'm a online reputation management  consultant right here in {City, State}. I may have even been in your  business at one time or even worked with some businesses near yours.
    
    Here's the Deal:
    
    I can help your {business type} improve your online reputation. Your  customers are seeing what others have to say about you before ever  walking through your door - and the bad apples leaving these reviews are  ruining your good name online. In fact, nearly 70% of your potential  customers are consulting reviews and ratings before making a purchase  decision. I'm sure if you had your way this isn't how you would choose  to represent your company on the internet. I can work with you to  suppress, directly answer, or in some cases entirely remove this  negative press. 
    
    Costs? I can offer you services from a simple one-time cleanup to an  ongoing monthly reputation management strategy. Whichever way you should  decide to go, the costs involved are nothing compared to what this kind  of negative customer-generated content is costing you every month. Just  contact me on my cell at 00-000-0000. If I'm with another client just  leave me a message and I'l get back to you as soon as possible.  [/I] 
    
    4) Put the screenshots, the letter, and two dice into an envelope and  seal it. Do this for all twenty. This is the most work you will have to  do in this. Here are a few images:
    
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ADz1i.jpg[/IMG]
    
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/pXoSq.jpg[/IMG]
    
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/f5U8f.jpg[/IMG]
    
    5) Take the letters to the post office and have them sent via parcel  post. They will be hand-delivered, not in the mailbox. You want them  read, not thrown aside. It will cost you $50, tops. Worth every penny.
    
    6) Wait a week for responses. 10% response rate (2 out of 20) is typical  initially. Give them a call after ten days and you may rake in another  4. For our statistics, let's say you get 5 clients total to agree to  your idea. 
    
    7) Your idea: Increase their online reputation. Strategy: Print out  postcards from Vistaprint and ship them to your business owner. Here's  an example:
    
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Ay88q.png[/IMG]
    
    8) You will also make them a portal site that the postcard-reviewer visits. Here is the process of the customer:
    
    a. Business owner hands a feedback postcard to the customer as they  leave their business. They ask for a review as a "personal favor" and  quickly walk the customer through using the card to leave a review  online. 
    
    b. The customer visits your custom reviews portal and chooses whether he/she had a good or bad experience with the business. 
    
    c. Depending on their selection, they are presented with options to  continue. Bad reviews are redirected to a web form where you collect the  info and email it back to the business owner in real time. Good  reviewers are presented with direct links to sites where the customer  needs the feedback the most, ie Google Places, Yahoo Local, TripAdvisor,  etc. 
    
    Screenshots of example site:
    
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Gvm9d.png[/IMG]
    
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/GKB9Z.png[/IMG]
    
    [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Ttiq1.png[/IMG]
    
    9a)Download to the template for the site and the postcard. just upload  the site and edit the code with links, and edit the postcard through a  photo editor: [URL]http://www.mediafire.com/?vcvbfv7k3uexhha[/URL]
    
    9b) If you don't have enough marketing/sales experience to close the  deal, here is a paper with tons of sourced statistics to give your  client yet another wakeup. Highly suggested: [URL]http://www.mediafire.com/?r61x1vxy5uw41oi[/URL]
    
    10) Build the site, send the cards, get it going. Send them another  250-500 cards monthly, and watch their positive reviews skyrocket. Rinse  and repeat.
    
    [U]BOTTOM LINE[/U]
    
    Say you do this ten-step process twice. End up with ten clients, and are  charging them various prices leading up to an average of $550 per  month. They will pay that, trust me. Costs for you are around $50 per  month, just for the cards. That's it. The domain one month a year is a  cost, but that's about it, besides hosting.
    
    Ten clients at $550 average per month - $50 per month average costs =  $500 per month average profit per client. That's $5,000 per month  average profit per month total or $60,000 for the year. After the  initial work, maintaining clients is simply a monthly sending of cards  and one quick phone call to review. A few hours a month, tops.
    
    Not much work, honestly. Stagger the payment plans, and you can have  $500 in your pocket every three days for as long as you keep your  clients.
    
    That's it. Use your imagination. PM me if you need help.
     
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  9. netmoney1

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    Post the link? They ripped it and even used 7878's pictures hahaha dildos....dildos everywhere

     
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