Is The World Ready For Mind-Control Marketing?

Mark Joyner thinks so!

Tomorrow night at 8:00pm he is re-releasing his bestselling book, Mind Control Marketing: How Everyday People are Using Forbidden Mind Control Psychology and Ruthless Military Tactics to Make Millions Online.

This book hit #1 on Amazon within 36-hours of its release. And since it’s been out-of-print, used copies have sold for as much as $500! I just checked Amazon and the cheapest copy available right now is $198. (That price will most likely drop pretty dramatically as people hear about this offer!)

Now Mark is releasing a downloadable version for just $27!

This version will also include the “missing chapter.” Apparently there was some important material that was left out of the original version.

Now, I can’t say that I’m thrilled with the title of the book. As someone interested in bringing positive changes to the world, I would like to think that the marketing tactics I use do not fall into the “ruthless” category! However, I also believe that those of us who are bringing positive change to the world can learn a lot from studying and embracing some of the techniques and tactics that mainstream marketers use!

And yes, I realize that is another HUGE topic that I’m not going to open right now.

But if you are a business owner and are interested in learning about these “secret” mind control psychology tactics and how to use them to reach more people – with your positive, world-changing products and services – I suggest that you head over to and get on the list.

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    4 Responses to “Is The World Ready For Mind-Control Marketing?”

    1. Ned on April 8th, 2008 5:50 am

      I’m just wondering, is there a way you might add the date to your posts? Because I’m looking at this, but don’t know how long ago you wrote it, unless I look in your Archives section. Just wondering.

    2. Edward Mills on April 10th, 2008 7:01 pm

      @Ned: Thanks for the feedback. I thought about this for a long time and ultimately took the dates off after the long conversation about this over at Dawud Miracle’s site.

      Most of my posts are “timeless” and having an old date on a post immediately turns some people off. On the rare posts that are time-sensitive, perhaps I can begin including the date in the body of the post.

    3. Olivier - 7 laws of attraction on April 15th, 2008 7:24 am

      Im not sure I like the idea of ‘mind control’. You may wish to influence people, but trying to make them do thing against their will … I’m sure they will regret later.
      I do not think that this is line with the law of attraction.



    4. Edward Mills on April 15th, 2008 8:48 am

      @Olliver. I hear you about the name. It turned me off as well. But I’ve been reading the book and what I’m discovering is that Mark is quite clear that these techniques can be used for good or for not so good purposes. And the thing to keep in mind is that these techniques are being used on us ALL THE TIME. So by learning about them we get more control over whether or not they work on us. AND we can begin using them – with integrity – to encourage people to participate in programs and purchase products that will have a positive impact on the world.

      I guess it’s a question of whether or not we want to bury our heads in the sand, or whether we want to acknowledge that this stuff works and put to use for good.

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