In 2007, the mysterious “Mister K”, and several other top internet marketers, gathered at his estate in San Diego to plot how they would rule the internet marketing world.
They have been highly successful ever since.
What they didn’t envision though, was that two down-on-their-luck marketers would create a company that was designed to help affiliates be successful. In fact, they did what nobody in the industry considered a workable compensation model…
They paid 100% commissions!
And they decided that they would earn just like all the other affiliates…
Were they out of their minds?
“Mister K” thought so.
But when the company started on Halloween in 2011, nobody thought that two years later they would have grown to over 150,000 members and paid out close to $100 Million in commissions!
The company website would rise in the Alexa rankings to be in the top 100 sites trafficked in the United States and in the top 300 in the world!
“Mister K” and the syndicate were not pleased.
This new company was cutting into their slice of internet domination.
But things were about to get worse.
Rumors leaked out in early 2013 that this upstart company, that dared to actually help people earn money online, was about to release a new product that was so revolutionary, it would provide the keys to the kingdom on how to earn money online.
Over a year in development at a cost of over $3 Million dollars, this new product was going to change everything about how people shared content on the internet, making it as easy as a couple of clicks of a button.
And when it was finally revealed in Denver by Casey, the lead developer for this company, to a group of over 5 thousand excited members, “Mister K” went into panic mode.
The product was affectionately called “The BlogBeast”, but “Mister K” had no intention of letting it be released to the public.
It was time for desperate action.
So “Mister K” called a couple of his cronies and hatched a plan to kidnap Casey and stop the BlogBeast Launch.
What you about the see in the following movie, is that story.
It’s a story of David versus Goliath…of the little guy against the machine, of just regular folks fighting the forces of evil.
It might sound like hyperbole.
But for thousands of people who had never made a dime in internet marketing before, it’s a story that MUST be told.
If you haven’t gotten on the waiting list for “The BlogBeast” yet, then do so now. You’ll be kept up-to-date as to when the next video will be released, as well as when you can purchase.