My name is Roger Preston, and I am a journalist for various publications in upstate New York, as well as the New England area.
I recently had a chance to interview the fine team of professionals at WebBusinessSecrets.com whose flagship product is entitled "Get Google Ads Free."
In April of 2007 "Get Google Ads Free" was launched, and the effect was nothing less than equal to "the shot heard around the world!"
Within just weeks people everywhere were talking about it, and other top-notch online marketers were scurrying to sell it as an Affiliate for the company.
But here's a little insight that 99.9% of everyone the world over doesn't know:
The Product's greatest endorser is none other than Google itself!
That's right. As shocking as it may seem, Google has NO problem with the course that reveals how anyone can get ads on their search engine for Free!
Now, at this point I know you must be curious as to how such a thing is possible, as Google makes its money from the sale of both AdWords (PPCs) and AdSense (where webmasters allow Google to show their ads on their pages).
One might think that any information that revealed how an advertiser could get their AdWords pay-per-clicks free would be damaging to Google, and therefore Google would not want anyone finding out about it, right?
WRONG! It seems that the secret system developed by the retired native New York doctor contains an interesting "twist" that while allowing advertisers to eliminate their AdWords costs, it does not reduce a single dollar in AdWords revenue for Google.
In fact, just the opposite!
I cannot give away the secret here because that's why it's for sale in the first place.
But I can tell you that with the application of what's inside "Get Google Ads Free" that:
- Google loses NO money - Google actually can make even more M0NEY! - Advertisers gain an instant almost unfair advantage over anyone not knowing what's inside "Get Google Ads Free!" - Advertisers can now afford to outbid their competition! - Advertisers are not at risk any longer as their advertising budgets no longer matter!
Wow! And this is just the beginning!
Now, where's the definitive PROOF that Google endorses the amazing system shown in "Get Google Ads Free?"
I asked this question to company spokesperson and Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Mr Todd Coutrin, to which he responded:
"We started our launch like we always do with any product online, using Google AdWords to offer our Product.
"We used keywords that contained the word 'free' so we anticipated the usual HOLD these keywords usually cause any campaign using them to experience.
"But when our campaign was paused by Google for a tad more time than what we regularly anticipated, then we got concerned.
"I actually placed a call directly to Google at 1-866-2-GOOGLE and spoke at length with a customer services rep who said she'd check into what was happening.
"She returned my call 16 hours later and informed me that due to the specific nature of the Product in question (i.e., the ebook "Get Google Ads Free!") their team at Google secured the product, read it all the way trough, and then realizing it would NOT hurt their revenue but actually increase it, they immediately un-paused and resumed our ads"
Amazing! They actually got what amounts to a Signed Certificate of APPROVAL from Google itself!
Therefore, anyone who questions the truth or legality concerning "Get Google Ads Free!" need not fret at all.
Yet, the usual "naysayers" seemed to ignore the obvious fact that if Google had a problem with "Get Google Ads Free!" then we all wouldn't be seeing all the PPC ads at Google each time we type in the keywords and phrases:
- free ads - free advertising - "Get Google Ads Free" - free ppc - free adwords
And so forth!
Yet, there are many very stubborn, even foolish, among us ...
> The "Crybaby Syndrome <
To be fair, I must also inform you of those who seem to be out to get the company for sharing their amazing secret with the world.
In what seems nothing more than a ploy to get attention, a UK online firm operated by two "wanna-be" law students have a Blog that talks the usual trash about the Product.
The Blog's owner, Rob Scott, talks a big game by claiming the secret system to be nothing short of a scam! He even recklessly throws around the potentially libelous phrase ".con (Ooops, I meant .com)" as an attempt at childish humor in order to bash the firm's name.
What's shocking is that this individual is actually a student of law (at least that's what he claims) so one would think that he should perhaps check out the facts before proceeding with such careless remarks.
After all, he admits severally that he "never even ordered the ebook" so how could he truly know one way or the other if it was a valid system - not to mention it is assumed he's at least reasonably intelligent since (according to him) he got into law school, that he would be able to see for himself the firm's Affiliates' ads all over Google, and therefore reason that Google itself is perhaps the firm's chief supporter.
But stubbornness abounds, I suppose.
Ironically Rob says that the only reason he attacks the firm is because "it's a no brainer that this must be a scam," and he got "tired of seeing all those little AdSense ads on his page that people kept clicking on" (which by the way only stood to make him lots of M0NEY!) -- yet he accepts donations on his site as a poor, struggling law student in need of paying for his education, and rather than legitimately earn an income from AdSense with an APPROVED Product.
Sadly, Rob actually censors most of his Blog so that others who wish to post POSITIVES concerning "Get Google Ads Free!" can't even do so. (But what would you expect from a "wanna-be" lawyer?)
He even posts what appears to be an actual response by the firm's lawyer, but which is perhaps nothing more than his own posts disguised and designed to make himself look better (as anyone can see that the dialogue appears "manufactured" instead of genuine).
What some people will do to project themselves as "Savior to the rest of us" and "The People's Advocate." How ridiculous indeed.
Despite the "crybaby" from across the pond, Rob Snot (Ooops! I must have meant Rob Scott!) has failed miserably to put even a dent in the firm's sales!
Plus, traffic is on the rise shooting up from an average of 14,000 visitors daily to now well above 20,000 visitors daily (an increase of 42% in daily traffic alone! -- Keep up the good work, Rob!!)
Anyway, don't be dissuaded in your decision to build your online business by eliminating your Google AdWords costs, as the course "Get Google Ads Free!" not only reveals precisely how you can do this, but it goes 10 steps further by giving you all kinds of other amazing strategies I can't even begin to allude to here.
Plus, the e-Course comes with countless resources that go far beyond the usual variety of instantly-clickable extra values!
Lastly never forget that even though quite elderly now, Dr Jon Cohen has even set new records finishing ahead of himself by now having:
- Grossed over $400 Million in revenues!! - and SAVED over $100 Million in Google advertising costs!! - attained a personal wealth above $80 million
...all due to his own system!
*NOTE: Rob Scott is broke and demands donations! (Ha!)
Talk about putting your money where your mouth is!!
So if you'd like to get in on all the action, then go grab this amazing "BREAKTHROUGH" for yourself only at:
As one very famous Internet Marketer said it best:
"This is a weapon that should be in every Internet and Affiliate Marketer's arsenal and library!"
Get it directly from the good doctor himself!
About the Author
My name is Roger Preston, and I am a journalist for various publications in upstate New York, as well as thr New England area.