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Earning $1 Million Online

As you probably know, I've been blogging since 2001 here at SunFyre. SunFyre has always been my test blog. I enjoy writing, but they also use this blog to test out new marketing approaches. After seven years, I'm going for the big time.

I have created a new blog called Jason's Million.My theory is that I can earn $1 million online by giving away secrets of earning money online. Over the past 11 years I've generated over $2 million in sales online, most of that since 2001 when I started this blog.

Here's how you can help.
  • Visit the blog at www.JasonsMillion.com.
  • If you see an interesting ad, click on it.
  • Sign up for the newsletter.
  • If you have a website, link to the blog.
  • If you have friends, and we know that's a big if, ask them to visit the blog.
  • If you are on Facebook, MySpace, Digg, Technorati, Reddit, del.icio.us or any other social bookmarking or social networking site, post a link to the blog.
  • Post your comments on the blog.
  • Follow its instructions, and make $1 million of your own.

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