I Must Say, You’re Cutting This Very Close!

It’s getting very close to the wire — but it’s not too late.

You still have a few hours to learn how Ben Settle makes nearly half a million dollars writing a simple one-page email each day.

This report lays it all out for you — step by step.

And then, if you decide you’d like Ben to help you set up your business, you’re entitled to some very special perks as an “inaugural” owner of his exciting new 10-Minute Workday program.

But … time is running out.

We’re taking this very special “launch offer” down tonight, November 22nd at midnight ET — and we’re not sure when (or if) Ben will want us to offer these deeply discounted terms ever again.

So if you want in, we need to hear from you by no later than midnight ET tonight, November 22nd.

And if you’re on the fence, just remember … Ben’s new program comes with a full 120-day (4-month!) money-back guarantee.

So you have plenty of time to see if Ben’s “10 minutes a day” writing strategy is for you or not — without any risk whatsoever.

Go here now for all the details.

10-Minute Workday

10-Minute Workday

If you want to be a well-paid writer without having to land clients or spend hours every day working on your business — Ben Settle’s 10-Minute Workday shows you how to create an easy email business. Learn More »


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Published: November 22, 2016

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