The Halbert Site Has Officially Been Re-Juiced


Just a quick note: Gary Halbert’s sons, Bond and Kevin, graciously asked me to be the first of Gary’s friends and colleagues to post on athe great man’s newly-rejuvenated website:

It’s an honor… and I pulled out all the stops by digging into my most-used notes, and posting the notorious “20 Clicks” report that has been a major “first choice” resource in my bag of tricks for nearly two decades.

Other famous/infamous marketers, writers, guru’s and ne’er-do-wells will be posting on Gary’s site in the future… his sons have a definite plan in mind (which I’m helping them with), and I urge everyone to jump over there and get in the habit of watching for emails from Kevin and Bond, and checking out Gary’s site regularly.

The archives alone are a national treasure.

The new stuff is only going to add to the immense value of Gary’s legacy.

Enjoy… and prosper.

And stay frosty, will ya?

John Carlton

5 Responses to The Halbert Site Has Officially Been Re-Juiced

  1. This is great news. I’m glad Gary’s site will continue. Great job on the “updated” 20 clicks, by the way. I noticed a few little differences here and there from the last one.

  2. Hi John,

    I imagine you are very honored.

    I think this is a very nice way to keep Gary’s site going.

    This is really great. I was worried for a while so I had made
    myself copies of every page on the site.

    I am really happy about this.

    I don’t know Gary’s boys but they must be as special as
    he was.

    Thanks for letting us know.


  3. Unbelievable – you couldn’t do this as a favor to Gary WITHOUT using it to promote yourself.

    From a marketing angle – you would probably have got STACKS more business if you hadn’t blatantly touted the

    The people would have gladly found you.

    Why don’t you re – read some of Gary’s letters. And you’ll see that time after time – he gladly promoted other peoples stuff – without trying to make a dime for himself.

    So when you say it’s an honor, a privilige and yea yea yea – just remember you made the biggest “rookie” mistake EVER.

    Is money so frigging important – that it’s ok to capatalise on our deceased friends?

    What a bastard.

  4. A really big favor – please completely ignore my last comment -IV

    It’ll save John having to write a what’s bound to be a very frosty reply.

    The fact is this whole thing is none of my business.

    And it never occurred to me that Bond and Kevin are perfectly happy with everything that John is doing.

    And no doubt Gary is looking down and saying ” Just get on with it ….I’m having peace and tranquility”

    And we know that Gary and John were the greatest of friends.

    And I do sincerely apologise for calling John a bastard.

    Now that really was the worst EVER rookie mistake. And totally uncalled for.

    I am truly sorry.

    And to try and make up for it all – I’ll make a significant donation to charity.

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