Email Marketing Legend Ben Settle Has a BIG Secret to Share…

How one “slacker” earns more than most doctor’s do in less time than most people spend eating breakfast…

Ben Settle has been writing hard-hitting marketing copy for decades.

But not too long ago, he broke from the typical mold that even some of the best copywriters (and writers in general) are stuck in.

Now he writes in a contrarian style, calls himself an “anti-preneur,” but most importantly…

He makes a healthy six-figure income working about 10 minutes a day … and doing only one thing: writing one email a day.

So if you’re interested in breaking the stale mold that typical writers (especially most copywriters) find themselves in…

… if you’re interested in making real money in minutes a day (no joke) …

… if you want to put yourself on the path to enjoying THE writer’s lifestyle (for real) …

Then click here and read the rest of Ben’s story (as told by Paul Hollingshead at AWAI).

NOTE:  This involves NO clients, you get to write about the stuff you love … and you can literally work minutes a day once everything is easily set up (in as little as 30 days).

That said, this isn’t cheap (at all).  Until this Wednesday November 22nd, 2017 Ben is offering a $1,000 discount … and can only accept 100 serious writers for this discount offer.

So go ahead and click here to get the details, and imagine if you followed Ben’s program and made $100,000 in your first year.  Then you can look back on this day and smile.

The Joseph Ratliff Daily

Using a site called, I’ve created The Joseph Ratliff Daily.  It’s a combination of stories generated from links shared by myself and my Twitter followers.  Each day, it will update with new stories.

I don’t know if I will keep this active or not yet, as I’m leery about what appears on the page each update.  But for now… click here to access it (you can also create your own if you like).


What does 04082007 mean to marketing?

On April 8th, 2007 a marketing master left us.  I wrote about it on another site…but that site has since gone past…and Sir Gary Halbert, the Prince of Print, deserves another mention.

Gary Halbert was a pure direct marketing genius, every word that he spread taught us how to make the world a better place through the written word.  I learned more in one phone call lasting 2 hours talking to Gary personally, than in several courses worth since.  Yes, his teaching (hell, the way he carried himself) was that powerful.

John Carlton, a friend of Gary’s, and another master of marketing, had written a fitting tribute on his blog…you can (and should) read that tribute here.

You should read every letter of The Gary Halbert Letter, you’ll notice that short of a few 900-number schemes…it all still applies today.