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AdWords Ads Now Free? No!


My apologies!

Since sending out my email regarding the news about getting Google adwords for Free, I have received some very concerned feedback and have decided to stop this train before it gets any further down the track.

While I assumed that Google wasn’t really allowing Free advertising, I also assumed that this doctor found a way to make it Free.  I believed that others reading my emails would assume this too, but may be interested in discovering how this doctor was able to offset his costs for Adwords.

Yes, I got caught up in it too.  I’m like you.  I get excited and pulled-in to these things and, like a friend, wanted to share it with you.

With that said, I am in a ‘watch dog’ position and should be able to weed out such things and choose to tell you about tools and resources that hold more value.

So I ask you to respectfully ignore “Get Google Ads Free”!

As I once heard on an old TV series called Twin Peaks.. “the owls are not what they seem”.  In other words, Google isn’t really allowing anyone to advertise in their Adwords program for Free.  But someone is using a method to offset the costs.   That’s the ‘real’ story.

Again, my apology for wasting your time.   I promise to work harder at making better judgement calls for future recommendations.  I truly want to provide you with the best resources and tools that provide you with the most bang for your buck and in the shortest time possible.

For those interested in properly setting up a Google Adwords account to drive traffic, here’s a free course that has some excellent pointers:


I hope this helps! 



Tags: Traffic

6 responses so far ↓

  • 1 John Morrison // Apr 24, 2007 at 10:58 pm

    It is all over the Warrior Forum about the techniques this guy is
    actually using, basically Adwords arbitrage. He IS paying for ads,
    he’s just making it back with other ads, supposedly.


  • 2 Jim Furr // Apr 25, 2007 at 1:22 am


    You surely were not the first (or only) one skimming over the sales page.

    I hear that the content is not bad but the sales letter has actual lies in it!

    We all miss the mark once in a while! :-)

    Jim Furr

  • 3 dlovelace // Apr 25, 2007 at 1:47 am

    Thanks guys!

    I appreciate your comments.


  • 4 David Thomson // Apr 25, 2007 at 2:56 am


    I’d just like to underscore what was said elsewhere. Yes, we’re all entitled to make a mistake sometime. But the fact that you’ve gone the extra step and issued the retraction/apology says a lot more about you.

    Personally, I’d like to see a ‘wall of shame’ for such marketers – those who wilfully exploit the unuspecting newbie with such distortions of the truth. It does nothing but tarnish IM’s image. Furthermore, I think Warrior Forum has both the credibility and critical mass to pull it off too. Ergo: they should lead the charge.

    The marketer (more like scum-bag) who did this is no rookie; obviously damn good at this stuff. But this person is also obviously HIDING (or attempting to hide) their true identity; knowing full well the issue at stake here. SHAME, SHAME, SHAME!

    That’s my $0.02 worth, anyway.

    – David

  • 5 dlovelace // Apr 25, 2007 at 3:11 am

    Hi David,

    Thanks for taking time to add your comments here. I appreciate it.


  • 6 Nancy P Redford // Apr 25, 2007 at 9:01 am

    I respect your decision on this matter.

    Many people get caught up in the excitement and find
    they have made a grave mistake but have not apologised
    to their subscribers.

    Many marketers will see many UNSUBSCRIBE requests and worse.

    Dave, just give your friend a ‘virtual slap’ and move on. LOL



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