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Archive for October, 2009

$5 trillion growth by 2014, what is it?

Twice the estimated GDP of China and India com by 2014. What is it?

A $5 trillion rise for current income, according to World Bank estimates. Tbined. What is it?

Read on and find out… Read the rest of this entry »

N1H1 Swine Flu – the risks of over reacting

As Seen On CNN

As Seen On CNN

The N1H1 strain of Swine Flu, is a serious threat. It has even killed a “handful” of people. But in the great scheme of things, it was a handful. Obviously any death should be avoided if it can be, and our second best defence in this is early PROPER diagnosis and treatment.

But what happens if there is no proper diagnosis and just a blanket panic reaction by a government?

Read on to see the 3 month expose by CNN on the Swine Flu H1N1 vaccination, which at 1 point was even to be distributed my martial law. Read the rest of this entry »

AWP and buffalos

I have to work on AWP for a few days, so the Buffalo Effect series will be delayed a few more days.

AWP is my “Article Word Processing” system, which will be available under a GROUP BUY from and it is both a software program, training course, and resource service for Article Content Mastery

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The Buffalo Effect – Part 3

OK so why doesn’t what Frank Kern says work?

As you’d expect a lot of what he says makes sense, and a lot of it is even true.

So why doesn’t it work? Read the rest of this entry »

The Buffalo Effect – Part 2

A market like “Himalayan basket weavers while on acid” is not a good market IF there are only 7 of them…

Thanks Frank Kern, that’s really good to know 🙂

OK Let’s look atthe Frank Kern methodology; Read the rest of this entry »

The Buffalo Effect of product selection

Let’s talk about the “buffalo of product selection” (just click) Read the rest of this entry »