North of Jewfish Creek

Tuesday, 9:00 p.m.

Dear Friend & Subscriber,

  I am working on a very important newsletter (maybe two of them) that will be of great interest to every successful marketer of information in the world.

  This is causing me to do an enormous amount of research and is drastically cutting into the time available (at least for right now) that I have to write my monthly newsletter.

  So, I am going to make this newsletter very short.

  But, I think you're going to forgive me for that.


  Because I am giving you with this newsletter the ability to listen... absolutely free... to a recorded teleseminar that, in fairness, you should be charged a great deal of money (hundreds and hundreds of dollars) for this privilege.

  Here's all you have to do: Go to

  That will take to you something called "The Copywriters' Phone Jam" subtitled "Recorded Teleseminars Between Copywriters Gary Halbert, John Carlton and Michel Fortin."

  Scroll down until you see "2. For the call with Gary Halbert and Michael Fortin."

  This is a long teleseminar. It comes in Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4. All you have to do is click on the red button with the white arrow pointing to the right (your screen will show "play" when you move your mouse over it) to listen.

  If I were you, I would ignore the other teleseminar with Michel Fortin and John Carlton. John always was... and still is... a "Gary Halbert Wannabe". To my knowledge, he's never had an original idea in his life and I regard him as something of a "pet". Unfortunately, he's not only a pet... he's a pest too. He's like a little dog forever snapping at my heels yapping something like, "Gary, you got any new ideas I could pass off to people and claim they were a result of my own thinking? Huh Gary? Huh?"

  Ah, go ahead and make up your own mind. Even though John is more or less nothing but a nuisance to me, I guess it could possibly help you if you listened to his teleseminar also. If for no other reason than to have him remind you of something I taught him.

  As for anything related to Michel Fortin and Peter Stone (Peter's the one who made this teleseminar possible), I have not personally met nor do I know very much about either of them. The only tidbit I have been able to glean about the two of them is they are both, quite possibly, a little insane. After all, they both live in cities which currently have subzero temperatures. And, if either of them had half-a-brain, they'd be living down here in Miami where they could enjoy weather that's almost always in the 70's and 80's and they might have a chance to rub shoulders with me once in a while.

  Hey, you ever hear of a guy named Mark Joyner? I believe he was the first real Internet guru and wrote the first e-book which was downloaded over one million times. He happened to come to Miami recently to do a little consulting for a friend and he and I got together for lunch at the Latin American restaurant in Bayside. It was funny. He and I were so interested in what each other had to say, that as we spoke, each of us was furiously taking notes. There was Mark jabbing away at his space age Internet-linked, satellite connected PDA... and... there was me scribbling notes on the back of envelopes, napkins and other scraps of paper I could get my hands on.

  We've become good friends and meet fairly often now. In fact, Mark likes Miami and South Beach so much, he has taken a lease on a $6,500 a month condo unit overlooking the ocean.

  You know, I bet if he and I did a seminar together (we are NOT planning to do one) there is almost no question about online or offline marketing the two of us couldn't answer.

  I'd like to get some feedback from my readers after you've listened to the teleseminar I did with Michel Fortin.

   Gary C. Halbert



P.S.   For any of you dimwitted enough not to know it, John Carlton is one of my best friends... and... one of the top marketing experts in the world. We've worked on many projects as a team and boy, did we ever kick ass!

Anyway, that's it for now. Shoot me an e-mail ( and tell me what you thought about the teleseminar


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