Did you miss this?

To honor the memory of and help support the family of Mike Marshall, I got together with twelve of the smartest people I know and put on a “virtual” System Seminar.

Our last live System Seminar was in 2011 and the seats cost $1,995 and up so this was a great opportunity to get the 2016 version of “what’s working, what’s not and what’s next?” in Internet marketing and promotion without having to get on a plane.

Who was Mike Marshall?

For starters, the US Patent Office hired him to explain search engine technology to them so they could deal with search engine related patent applications.

IBM, AOL, 1-800-Flowers, and Allstate Insurance hired him to help them with their mission critical search engine tasks.

Info about Mike is here: http://mikememorial.com

Info about the program you may have missed is here: http://mikememorial.com/team/


P.S. We’ve gotten numerous letters from participants saying that this one series topped everything they’ve every done in Internet marketing.

When you look at the line up and the things we covered you’ll see why.

“Over the past few years, I’ve spent thousands of dollars on my marketing education.  Some of those resources were expensive, some were full of ‘fluff,’ and others full of ‘fluff’ and expensive!

However, if I received even one good nugget of knowledge I figured it was worth it.

Then I listened to the Mike Marshall Memorial series and discovered the mother load.

What I found were deep conversations on topics covering the entire range of business without any ‘ninja-trickery’ or ‘bait-and-switch’ tactics.

Any one of them alone is gold but together they’re priceless! “

– Kevin Cuccaro

Don’t anything in Internet marketing this year until you’ve looked at this:


– Ken McCarthy

P.S. For over 25 years I’ve been sharing the simple but powerful things that matter in business with my clients.

If you’d like direction for your business that will work today, tomorrow and twenty years from now, visit us at the System Club.

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