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Couple weeks ago, “Email Players” subscriber Stefanie Arroyo got stalked and harassed by a mob of white hipsters on social media calling her a white supremacist (she’s not even white…), amongst other pleasantries.

And, using what I taught her, made a tidy profit from it.

Here’s how she did it (in her own words):

Over the past 24 hours, I’ve been called a racist, a white supremacist, an MLM scam artist, a Nazi, a spammer, all-around terrible person, a scumbag, a 9/11 apologist, a “garbage human,” and several other colorful things… hundreds of times.

(And that’s not Latina-drama numbers, that’s what Twitter analytics has told me—and that’s not counting subtweeted screenshots and deleted tweets.)

And, in the midst of this shytflinging in my Twitter mentions, I was able to get 3 new Biz Typology members, 2 new consulting clients—and increase my list by 10%

How did I do this, you ask?

Well, here’s what happened:

Talib Kweli, a rapper who was popular about 20 years ago, got offended when I noted by tweet that, in my disastrous foray in the NYC dating scene, most of my bad OkCupid dates were 1- fans of his and 2- white.
?Thing is: Talib doesn’t particularly like white people.

In fact, he was openly complaining about white people when I mentioned this fact—which, it turns out, he didn’t like being reminded of.

So, naturally, he called me a white supremacist and a racist—multiple times.

Then, like a good little (white) fanboys, they took upon themselves to “investigate,” where it was “discovered” (in plain sight) that I, and a few other people who were roped into this racist rodeo, have online businesses.

According to them, I am:

– A part of a MLM scheme
– Specifically, a *Nazi* MLM scheme
– Even more specifically: a Nazi MLM scheme that pays by clicks.

Not leads, or even customers or buyers—just literal clicks.

(Their evidence for this? A Facebook ads webinar that describes an ad being “10 cents per click.”)

According to their “findings,” Ben Settle is my upline—the Grand Dragon of the whole click-collecting scam—and, as a group, we were purposefully kicking the POC beehive while cackling and clicking our claws like Smaug gobbling up these shiny click-coins.

And, with their troll-like, bulbous eyes glittering over their new-found treasure, they went to town—tweeting and subtweeting me left and right about my slimy, scummy MLM business, my terrible taste and broken moral compass, being a “garbage human,” and being a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad, white racist.

Because, according to them, I’m also laughably, horribly white.

(Which, if you didn’t know by now, I’m not.)

But, of course, as a good little MLMer, I learned from my wizard upline Ben Settle’s teachings. Specifically:

If you’re going to be painted a villain, you might as well play the part well.

Now, much to Talib’s chagrin, I didn’t burn a cross on Ben’s yard. But, if I am going to be “trolling for clicks,” I made sure that they had the right URL.

Amusing stuff.

And, this sort of thing is only becoming more and more common on social media, and from anyone who even has an email list — where these creepy SJW-types are now stalking people, trying to dox people, and have nothing but time between watching pourno and eating cheetos in their moms’ basements to attack whoever offends their fascist sensibilities.

All of which is good for you and me.


Because, as Stefanie and several other “Email Players” subscribers are find out, profiting from these dorks is not only easy, but far more rewarding than they could possibly have imagined.

Enter the October “Email Players” issue.

(Which goes to the printer tomorrow.)

I show you how to turn attacks (whether from political nutcases or just harmless trolls) into sales, with case studies and an 18-page swipe file of my most profitable “troll response” emails you can study, model, and adapt (not copy & paste) for your own situations.

But, not it won’t just help you get lots of sales.

It can also help you get lots of long term customers and other business, too.

There is simply no reason to fear the online troll and hater boogeyman. Especially when there is so much profit in turning its nonsense into cold, hard, cash in your hot little hand.

But time is short to get the October issue.

I am sending it to the printer tomorrow.

After that?

It’ll be too late.

Here’s the link:

Ben Settle

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