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Wp Visitor Converter MRR Software

Wp Visitor Converter MRR Software
Date Added: July 1, 2016
License Type: Master Resell Rights
File Type: ZIP
SKU: 57899
Shipping: Online Download
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Here's How You Can Transform Your Visitors Into A Raving And Responsive List Of Buyers...

And How To Do This Over

And Over Again!

Finally Your Are About To Discover The "Secret Sauce" To Start Building A Profitable List The Easy Way With Your WordPress Blogs!

Dear Friend,

I am sure that you are tired of hearing the following statement:

"The Money Is In The List."

Well, while there's some truth in this, the thing is that, nowadays the money is not in the list but in YOUR WP sites.


Simple, in just a few moments of your time I will show you how you can transform your WP blog into a powerhouse of subscribers that will buy from you over and over again!

With Just A Few Clicks Of Your Mouse You Can Build An Insanely Profitable List In Less Than 10 Minutes!

The coolest part is that you are not going to generate low-quality subscribers.You will build your lists with people who are really interested in buying and always havea credit card in hand...

This, of course, is the ultimate goal of any marketer...

To start making commissions and increase sales like there's no tomorrow!

A Killer WP Plugin To Literally Revolutionize List Building....

Here's the thing...

In the past, I always used all sorts of list-building tools (some of them really good - while others were an absolute waste of time.)

In short, I virtually spent TONS of time on fine-tuning the art of list-building, and while I always was good enough to build dozens of lists in different niches, I needed more.

That's why I decided to set out on a "hunt" to see if I could hire some programmers to create a WP plugin with these killer ideas I was sure would work like a charm.

After months of hiring programmers (unfortunately, some of them were so unprofessional that they left me hanging and ran off with my money), I eventually was able to start talking with one that seemed like the real deal.