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BigBrownBox.com Project Goes Live – Over $13k Value In The Box In Less Than An Hour

The Big Brown Box project just went live. Check it out, in less than an hour of it going live, the big brown box has over $13,200 worth of stuff in it. Including a $1700 Dell XPS gaming laptop.


Want to put something in the big brown box? It’s easy, find out more here.

Here are the first four items in the big brown box.

Item #4: $10,000 Web Traffic Package From Jon At Wickedfire Forums!
Item #3: $500 Podcast Design Consultation from David Lawrence
Item #2: $1000 Professional Logo Design Package
Item #1: Dell XPS Laptop Valued at $1700

So What Is The Big Brown Box?

The best way to know what the big brown box project is, is to read this page.


What kind of stuff can I send in for the big brown box?

What kind of stuff DON’T you want in the big brown box?

Am I donating these things I send in for the big brown box? Will I ever get them back?

How do I know what you’ll accept into the big brown box?

When will the big brown box fill up & what will happen to it?

Are you guys gonna just steal my stuff?

So if you put my item in the big brown box do I get a link on your site?

Not All Ebooks & ‘Guru’ Guides Are Bad

Jon from Wickedfire forums and the Super Affiliate Marketing Blog writes a post entitled ‘My New War On Internet Marketing Ebooks’, where he wants to ‘stop these assholes from making money off of your foolishness and greed‘.


I’ve decided that I’ve had just about enough of these internet marketing ebook self dubbed experts and gurus making money off of their regurgitated information. So, instead of just warning people about it (since so many of them just don’t listen anyway), I’m going to go ahead and do something about it. From now on, when an ebook comes out, promising riches and traffic and whatever else they swear about, I’m going to buy it, summarize it, and post it.. for FREE.

As much as I might agree with the sentiment Jon, you’re painting with a very broad pen stroke here. There are good quality ebooks and guides out there that do help people, and people do use them and are successful with them. Not all of them are written by scammers and theives.

Here’s a better idea for you. Why not review them and provide a guide about them for people to read and let them decide to buy based upon your recommendations?

Also, I think you over estimate one critical factor. You are a smart Internet marketer and you know how to find the right, free, information to help you, the people who need these guides are not, and don’t know where to look. These people sometimes also need to have the information presented in this manner, otherwise they don’t get it.

Good luck with your quest. Can’t wait to see the hate mail and lawsuits that will be pouring in! I’d much rather see you spend your time on a review site. I’ve thought of doing that myself, but who has the time?

Pay Per Click (PPC) Marketing Tutorial

Jon from Wickedfire let’s loose with a very nice summary of how to make money as an affiliate using pay per click marketing, from start to finish.

It’s a great read, and makes a lot of sense, especially for those who might be confused as to how to do this kind of thing. Frankly, you don’t need to read an entire ebook to learn this stuff, which is why I’m linking to this post.

And I especially like and appreciate the last paragraph. :)

So there you have it. A blog post of value, quality and meaning. Will it make you millions? I doubt it. But be realistic, you need to try things out and learn them for yourself before you can pass judgement on it or decide it’s “too hard”, because this is not hard at all. This is easy shit compared to any job offline that you may have had to do for a paycheck. So quit sitting on your ass and reading this, and go out and do something about it! The rest is up to you boys and girls, so go make me proud and try it!

True. Jon, I don’t think we ever met, but I sent you my Skype contact information. Would love to meet at an event someday.