Jo Han Mok Persuasion Weapons: Recipe for Riches Exposed

I just picked up this cool tip from my good friend – Jo Han Mok, who’s truly a Master Wordsmith.

Apparently, certain words that end with “ly” can be sneakily used in your copy to slowly and hypnotically influence your readers.

Obviously, these words easily slip into their minds under their radar and you can clearly see how these words work powerfully as persuasion weapons.

Quite evidently, I’ve already led by example in using all these words in the couple of paragraphs earlier…

  • obviously
  • clearly
  • slowly
  • apparently
  • certainly
  • easily
  • powerfully
  • evidently
  • insantly

Spot them? : – )

Then next time you write copy, try sprinkling your copy with a liberal dose of words that end with “ly”.

I think you might easily wind up amazed at how much more ‘hypnotic’ your copy instantly becomes.

Hope you found this quick tip useful.

Obviously, if you like what I just shared with you, you’ll clearly be delighted with Jo Han’s brand new “Recipe For Riches” report, which you’ll certainly want to pick up!

Reading his report is really going to give your bank account a swift cashflow injection.

How about being in the enviable position of having a major cash surplus (plus the free time to enjoy it)…  no matter how bad the economy gets?

Well, get this.

Armed with:

  • No product
  • No Website
  • No Joint Venture partners
  • No Affiliates
  • No existing money in his Clickbank account

My good friend Jo Han raked in $79,653.39 in 72 hours, LIVE in front of a frenzied crowd of 800 seminar participants.

And the best part is, you can now download his step-by-step recipe for accomplishing such an amazing feat (click here to download your copy).

I suggest you do it NOW.

Your bank account will thank you for it.

photo image of jo han mok's ebook called recipe for riches