Learn About Internet Marketing - No Reading Allowed
What is "No Reading Allowed"?
Learning used to take so much time. But now, there's a new strategy. Research has proven that the No Reading Allowed strategy can save you a potential 24 hours EVERY DAY. That's more time to spend MAKING MONEY.
The problem with traditional methods of learning things online is simple. The Internet is full of bad articles, misleading opportunities and false claims. I bet you've spent hours in front of your computer reading articles that told you little or nothing at all. Well, prepare to never lose those hours again.
All you need to do is follow the No Reading Allowed strategy! Buy my ebook and you'll see it at work. You'll spend a long time reading the first few pages, but as you pick it up, No Reading Allowed becomes second nature. You'll be flipping through the pages, barely skimming the bold words and SAVING TIME. You should be flipping through the book without reading anything at all thanks to the educational secrets contained in the first few sentences alone!
Better than speed reading
A lot of people will tell you that you can increase the rate at which you learn by increasing how quickly you read and process information. This was a popular strategy for learning in a pre-Internet world where books were full of valuable peer-reviewed information.
But we live in the future. In today's world, things are being written faster than they can be read and nobody is checking sources. Scientists predict that, by the year 2012, the majority of reading material on Earth will actually make you dumber.
If an article is useless, reading quickly only increases the rate at which you learn nothing. And when it comes to virtual books, almost all of them are virtually useless.
No Reading Allowed is an educational strategy that saves you the time you would spend reading bad material and channel that into time you can spend figuring out how things work on your own.
What about real books?
Unfortunately, real books are becoming worthless too.
The first printing run of Ann Coulter's book "If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans" published 600,000 copies of a book that is just a compilation of things Ann Coulter has already said in newspaper columns, each of which prints tens of thousands of copies daily.
The Union of Concerned Scientists' report on how the current administration has abused executive power to create confusion in the scientific community does not get published. It is distributed online (but good luck running into anything this useful on the Internet).
Those 600,000 copies of Coulter's book were published because the publisher knows they will be featured on store shelves and this will encourage sales. A prominent display guarantees sales even though the book is relatively worthless and costs over $20. The $20 covers the cost of several copies of the book and this works in synergy with publisher and book distributor's policy to refund bookstores that destroy unsold copies.
That's right, even book stores know that books are worthless. They tear off the cover, send the cover back to the publisher for a refund and they throw the words part of the book into the dumpster. If that isn't an advocacy for No Reading Allowed, what is? You are paying for the cover, or at least that is how book stores and publishers act.
Don't read this
Whatever you do, don't read this article. It's about 600 words up til now so you've probably spent 2-4 minutes reading. If you looked at the graphs at all, that was another minute. You might have spent time trying to figure out what the graphs really meant. Or maybe you perused the ads. You are wasting your time.
Just buy the ebook. If you are still reading, I have to stress that you should stop. Buying the ebook is the only way to really save you. A lot of people can figure out the gist of the ebook by now. But you are still reading, so you clearly haven't figured out what "No Reading Allowed" is about. Let me say this, it's what it sounds like. I guess you really need the ebook.
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