Author: Jason Fladlien
Through his company, Rapid Crush, Inc., Jason has pioneered many of the best marketing practices you see used on the web today. As a client put it: “Jason makes millionaires.”
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JASON’S LONG BIO
Jason Fladlien got into business in perhaps the weirdest way imaginable. As a rapping monk. Seriously. Jason began writing and performing raps at 8 years old in the small town of Muscatine, Iowa.
Yet, he didn’t take things seriously until one the musicians he worked with shared with him his experience as a traveling Hare Krsna monk.
At the time, Jason was suffering from daily panic attacks and depression, which affected his ability to focus and get anything done. As a result, Jason was desperate to try anything, including chanting and following the spiritual practices of the Hare Krsnas – and it worked!
To say Jason has an obsessive personality in respect to learning would be an understatement. Jason became so enamored with marketing that he put everything else on pause – the music business and the spiritual practices of being a monk.
The first six months in business were hard for Jason. The challenge wasn’t on the technical side of things either. In fact, Jason first how to learn a computer in 1986 at the age of three. In 1997, at the age of 14 he taught himself how to right HTML on a computer he bought with the money he earned painting houses.
Jason would write article after article on dating tips, send people to a page where they can opt in for a free PDF report he wrote, and from that he would market Double Your Dating. This worked decently, but Jason wanted to make more money and sooner. Having written all these articles, Jason had developed a system for writing high quality articles quickly, even on topics he had little to no previous experience or knowledge in.
Enter the Warrior Forum. The year was 2007. At the time, the Warrior Forum was the biggest internet marketing forum online. Jason decided to offer his services as a ghost writer, since there was such a demand to get unique articles written at the time. For $3-$4, Jason would write you an article.
To market this newly created service, Jason would just post responses to different threads on the Warrior Forum, and in his forum signature he would
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