Auto Mass Traffic

Auto Mass Traffic

Thanks to Russell Brunson, I got an email where I was promised $500 if I could not get something to work as promised! Big words from the person he was promoting in Mo Latif!  I had not heard of Mo Latiff directly before (at least I thought I hadn’t) though I have been following Russell for a while now and have purchased many of his products.  I am also member of his University, his affiliate program “The Second Tier” so when Russell sends out emails and information, I usually jump on the chance to at least see what it is about.

Well I am glad I clicked his link as I was brought to Mo Latiff’s Auto Mass Traffic!  Mo has come up with some killer software that is going to make your life easier when it comes to getting leads and basically stealing traffic away from all the major companies.

Now, the price was what got me to try it out the other dayas it was just $37 (though I realized later if I had closed out or declined, it might even have gone down to $27 when a pop up came up again after I had joined and somehow got back on the original sales page.)  Any way you look at it, it was an easy sale and worth the low cost.  The fact that he gives you 60 days to try it out and will guarantee you will get traffic and improve your situation, or else he will give you $500 out of his own pocket, should be good enough for anyone to give it a try!

When you get into the member area, you will have a series of downloadable pdfs that go through the suggested  processes in order to acheive comparible stats.  Instead of using PPC, or Pay Per Click, through Google Adwords, social media like twitter and Facebook, Mo Latif suggests using DirectCPV, or Cost Per View instead and shows you how and where you can get targeted leads, not just opportunity seakers.  You can get a PDF copy of Mo Latiff’s Auto Mass Traffic Report Right Here with no opt in at all (coming right from my website!)

Sneak Peak at Auto Mass Traffic Dashboard showing Training and Software links

After watching the few training videos on the software itself as well as reading a few of the training manuals, I was ready to give it a try.  I picked a couple keywords and every site that is using this came up within a few seconds….The big moment comes when you can instantly download all of those links into a notepad document, then later copy and paste into your advertisements and keywords. 

The Keyword-URL software for Auto Mass Traffic

The other part of the software, called the Fast Cash Software Plugin shows you what the buyer potential is for a website or keyword where you can get a feel of which words you want to add to your ad campaigns. 

Fast Cash Software
Fast Cash Software show buyer probability
Once you have the data from both programs, you will need to spend some time developing the best keyword ad group you can think of.  As they say, “You get out of it what you put into it!”  Just like all things in the online marketing realm, it is going to time and effort to be successful.  There really is no such thing as a business in a box, so do not let anyone fool you!


When you realize this is worth the low cost, you can go get Auto Mass Traffic at CLICKBANK right NOW!!!


If you still need a little more warming up, check out the Auto Mass Traffic 16 page report that Mo Latiff put together explaining some of the background that you can get right here with no opt-in required.


Leave a comment below and let your friends know to come and check out the article as well.  I appreciate your time and wanted to let you know I greatly appreciate you purchasing Auto Mass Traffic through my link.  I will make a commission on this product should you decide to invest in business today!

By David Gardner

I am a science teacher, lacrosse coach and father of three who is also involved in online marketing and sales. My biggest goal right now is letting my wife be able to stay home and raise our daughters. When school is not in session, I paint interiors and like to travel. In the past I was a Peace Corps Volunteer, working in the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific from 1998-2000.

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