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How to use your mobile phone to learn any language. Anywhere. Anytime!

Your cell phone is the result of trillions of dollars of R&D investment over the last 140 years. And guess what?

In the United States alone there are 187.5 million Smartphone users – that’s 77% of the population! It’s projected that there will be 6.1 billion Smartphone users globally by 2020.

Most people are on their cell phones when they wake up and right before they go to sleep.

But this email isn’t about your phone…

It’s about what most businesses needs to admit:

that they SUCK at mobile marketing.

What’s the solution? What should you be doing to reach this untapped “on the go” mobile audience?

You will find out with our FREE workshop http://67.tips/mobile-list-building-workshop

We’ve already had tons of people attend and our guest mentor Anthony Morrison is destroying the assumptions many of us have about what’s working in mobile marketing right now.

Even if you’re just starting in the world of marketing or business you’ll be able to immediately use his techniques to improve.

And for a limited time he’s giving you a bad-ass bonus: in addition to the workshop you also get his book on email marketing for FREE!

He won’t leave this up for us forever, so you’ll want to go register for this free training and download the book today.

Don’t procrastinate, click here: http://67.tips/mobile-list-building-workshop

Stay strong,

P.S. There’s an African proverb that says, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” Too many times I see entrepreneurs struggle because they try to do everything themselves. In order to succeed you must learn how to leverage other people.

That’s why I have Brandon Adams, the ‘King of Crowdfunding’ doing a free online live talk called, “How To Raise $500,000 For Your Idea” tomorrow, Friday, March 4th at 12PM PST (3PM EST / 8PM London Time). Learn how to get the funding and resources you need for your idea. Sign up by clicking here.

Your Language Coach,
Study Anywhere, Get Somewhere,

Language Chameleon