And just as a head’s up, I’ve actually been thinking about this topic a LOT lately In fact, I’ve spent the past three weeks writing and producing a massive training webinar on the formula I use to write all of my marketing pieces, which I’ll be posting online towards the end of the month.
It was impossible for anyone involved in Internet Marketing to miss the pre-launch hype about the new product by Eben Pagan – Virtual CEO Lifestyle. He made a comeback with a brand new training course that comprises a series of live events and coaching webinars.
Most of you will answer Roissy because he is the primary person generating game in the so called manosphere. He got it from others as promoting game acts as a pyramid scheme.
A lot of you are familiar with Neil Strauss, Mystery, Tyler, etc., but none of them originally created game.
Also a bonus is the original Double Your Dating e Book, where Pagan writes that powerful women are “secretly wanting a man that is in control of himself, his reality, and them” (pg 13 of the 2003 edition).
It’s hard not to read “empowering” as clearly “power-over” in this context.
Along the way, you will be granted an access to a private support from a group of marketing experts.
From time to time, there will also be some live webinars with the owner, Eben Pagan where there will be two tickets to a live training seminar where he will be revealing his secret to success.The Syndicate is behind lots of online scams beyond game/PUA such as internet marketing scams and penis enlargement scams.(Yes, The Syndicate is responsible for the penis enlargement spam in your inbox.) Where does The Syndicate come from and how is it connected to game? We know about The Syndicate due to the work of Jason Jones, a lawyer living in Chicago who runs The Salty Droid blog documenting The Syndicate and internet marketing scams in general.Pick-up artist Eben Pagan made his internet millions explicitly teaching men that , and teaches tactics to secretly control women through sophisticated psychological manipulation.Why is this not regularly questioned by conscious people in our personal development community when we claim to investigate “limiting beliefs” and clarify our values on a regular basis?From the headline on your Facebook or banner ad, to the copy on your sales page, or the script of your sales video…