Archive for September, 2009

The Boss Buster Went Live Today…Finally It’s Here

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

Hello My Friends,

Ok, you’ve seen all the buzz flying around about this, and finally
it’s here. Gold Membership at TheBossBuster has finally gone live.
You can get yours at:

Dan is so confident that you will clean up from this,  that if you
don’t earn double your investment in the  first 60 days, you get
your moneyBack! Wow!

Just think about that for a second. Worst case scenario  is that
you spend a little time for nothing, but the potential upside is an
fantastic income stream, working from home! <==

Best regards,


P.S. There’s a lot of people promoting this, so I know there are a lot
of people on the waiting list, so this will  probably sell out very

Go here and grab your copy NOW:

This amazing video fills your bank account! JRM

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

I just watched a video online that reveals exactly how
you can snap up $3,218 in cold hardCash without leaving
your chair. And it really works.

Check it out here:

The $3,218 is free… Zero risk… No catch.

I had no idea it was so easy to put thousands of dollars
right into your bankAccount, legally and ethically.

You can watch the entire process in just a few minutes,
and you can start collecting your money today. You can
even keep the process going to collect even more than
$3,218, if you want…

See the magic happen right before your eyes:

If you could stand to have $3,218 dropped in your lap (to
pay some bills, buy yourself something nice, or to make
a chunk of debt disapear) you can’t afford to miss out on

Watch the freeVideo now at…

Best regards,

Julio Mattos

P.S. People are flocking to this video, and I don’t know
how long it’s going to stay online — so you’d better watch
it now, while you still can:

Affiliate Marketing Basics

Friday, September 4th, 2009

Affiliate Marketing Basics Training Will Be Coming Over The Weekend

We will be working on having a series of articles, E-courses, Free Reports, Training Resources Provided to you over the coming few days.

As We Said Earlier this week and last month, we actually had to hold off the series of content to make sure that you will be well prepared for this affiliate marketing training that we will be providing to you here at and also our Brother Site

Now Please be aware our job will be to Guide You Along Your Affiliate Marketing Journey, we will soon provide a Newsletter Dedicated for those of you only Interested in this particular Journey.  Now we will admit this has been a Long Work In Progress but now that we have began our personal Journey, mainly Mr. Mattos he has been getting coached by some well known Super Affiliates and will provide you with some of those names over the coming days and months.

Ok, Now that we have mentioned this you will learn the Advantages and Disadvantages of Affiliate Marketing, but not only that you will learn a whole lot here and some places will charge a hefty price for this quality type of education on Affiliate Marketing.

But we are dedicated in educating ourselves as well as that of our subscribers, so we hope you will join us along this path of self-development and Self-Improvement and gaining new found knowlege,.

Now a lot of the information will be provided for free but other’s will have fees for them but it will not be that much, plus if you really care to educate yourself and learn about Affiliate Marketing to Improve Your Results vs where you have been.

Julio has already invested both time and money, plus experience in affiliate marketing so please understand you will learn a lot of new tips or at least improve your odds of success in affiliate marketing.

Look out for more quality information and tips coming to you soon.

To Your Success,


Support Team


Jobless rate rises to 26-year high, By Lucia Mutikani

Friday, September 4th, 2009

 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. job losses were the smallest in a year last month, but the unemployment rate unexpectedly jumped to a 26-year high, according to data on Friday that showed the labor market limping toward health.

The Labor Department said the jobless rate climbed to 9.7 percent in August, the highest since June 1983. The increase suggests consumer spending will remain weak and impede the economy’s recovery from the worst recession in seven decades.

Employers cut 216,000 jobs, the smallest since August 2008, but payroll losses in June and July were 49,000 more than initially estimated, the department said.

“Things are much better than they were six months ago, but the patient is still somewhat sick and on the road to recovery. The recession ended probably somewhere around June, but the recovery is going to be muted,” said Jack Bauer, a senior economist at Manning & Napier in Rochester, New York.

Analysts had expected non-farm employers to cut 225,000 workers from their payrolls in August and had looked for the unemployment rate to rise to only 9.5 percent after dipping to 9.4 percent in July.

U.S. stocks initially fell as investors took a dim view at the surge in the unemployment rate. But by midday, the three major U.S. stock indexes were up about 1 percent as the focus turned to the smaller-than-expected decline in employment. U.S. government bond prices fell on the hint of steady economic improvement.

“The trajectory is in the right direction,” White House economic adviser Christina Romer told CNBC television.

While the economy appears to have pulled out of the recession it fell into in December 2007, unemployment is expected to continue to mount for the next several months.

The jobless rate in August was partially lifted by the return to the labor force of some jobless workers who had given up looking for work, but the main cause was a big drop in employment.

A gauge of labor market slack that measures both the officially unemployed and discouraged jobseekers rose to a record 16.8 percent in August from 16.3 percent in July.

Since the start of the recession, the economy has shed 6.9 million jobs. The government has rolled out a $787 billion package of spending and tax cuts to rescue the economy.

On Thursday, Vice President Joe Biden said the stimulus package had created or sustained 150,000 jobs in its first 100 days and would add 600,000 more during its second 100 days.


The jobs report confirmed the pace of layoffs had eased from early this year. Nearly three-quarters of a million jobs were lost in January alone.

Manufacturing employment fell 63,000 last month, pushing the total number of factory jobs lost since the start of the recession to 2 million. Construction industry payrolls dropped

65,000 after falling 73,000 in July.

The service-providing sector purged 80,000 workers in August, while goods-producing industries shed 136,000 positions. Education and health services added 52,000 jobs in August after increasing payrolls by 21,000 in July.

“We are on track to break even on jobs by the end of the year and will be producing positive jobs growth in the first part of … 2010,” said Phil Orlando, chief equity market strategist at Federated Investors in New York.

Still, Orlando cautioned that consumer spending, which normally accounts for about two-thirds of U.S. economic activity, was likely to be sluggish for some time.

“The consumer is going to lag. The pieces that are going to drive this recovery are strong overseas growth, the weak dollar and export growth, which is going to drive a sharp inventory growth commencing this quarter.”

The length of the average workweek, which closely correlates with overall output and gives clues on when firms will start hiring, held steady at 33.1 hours in August.

Average hourly earnings rose to $18.65 in August from $18.59 in July. It was the fourth straight monthly gain, reflecting an increase in the legal minimum wage.

(Additional reporting by Alister Bull; Editing by Jan Paschal)

Julio R Mattos Blog Updates in September 2009 and Ramblings

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009 Will Be Having Some Updates This Month.

Good Morning My Friends,

As It Is Thursday and the Third day of September, you will find that by the end of the day or the lastest Early Friday morning you will have a handful of resources to checkout here on my blog.

I hope that once these resources are set up, that you will take full advantage of these resources. Also if you look to the right of my blog you will see a handful of Categories so please choose the ones you feel will benefit you, we will begin placing some articles and other E-Courses here Starting Tomorrow.

Now that’s not all there will also be some New Offers Starting out and my blog design is only a temporary look and will updated over time, so also please look forward to that.

I hope that we will be able to provide some helpful tips, tricks, techniques and Tactics to apply to your personal and business Strategies.

I will also have a Newsletter Set Up Very Shortly, now I will be happy Just going by my blog but this will be only one place, I will provide more resources in my Newsletter Only Because as of right now I will begin to offer Subscriber only type offers.

So Once this comes out and I will be looking for people interesting in growing both themselves and with me along both of our entrepreneurial journeys. Please also come to realize I am a serious person not Machine or some bot, please do not come here looking to spam my blog, this will be taken very seriously.

I will be concentrating on Educating those who are interested either by offering Free Reports, Selling Reports, Coaching, Recommending programs and if you feel that you have a suggestion in products please lookout because we will also be providing helpful feedback really on what you want for us to offer.

Thank you for your time and also for reading my blog.