In this video I am going to show you the sheer power of Jaaxy Enterprise. I enter into 3 niches that I have no awareness of and in a matter of minutes I have many low competition, high traffic keywords in each niche...and I have access to a very large number of domains.

The criteria with this research is:

(1) Keyword must have less than 400 competition
(2) Keyword must get traffic

I also show you all the .com, .org and .net domains that are available within every search. It takes me no more than 3 searches to find enough keywords and domains to drive a successful marketing campaign.

I also prove the validity and accuracy of the keyword, qsr and domain data that Jaaxy Enterprise reveals.

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Very helpful for the near future
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I have found the niche that I would line. It is generating income by marketing the Wealthy Affipiate pROGRAM.
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i would like to correct my errors. I would like to talk about generating income by marketing the Wealthy Affiliate Program. Would this be a good niche
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aliciang Premium
how to decide whether the search and competitive number is good or bad ?
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AlexCY Premium
For Monthly Searches: This is traffic, this is the estimated traffic, the higher the number, the better.

For Competitive number: Your goal when doing research is to aim for keywords with under 400 QSR, this means less than 400 competing pages in Google. The lower the number the better.
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LarryNM Premium
The number of pages was especially informative, since I was being confused by Googles saying so many millions
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aleshko1980 Premium
Hi, is there any alternative to Jaaxy? If possible free one?
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tommydillard Premium
Yes you can use the free keyword tool on your profile page on the left side under tools.
good luck
Tommy
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aleshko1980 Premium
Ok, and how can I check with the keyword tool which keyword is good? which parameters should I check?
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tommydillard Premium
If you click on the view results it will pop up a window to let you know how many pages that are competing for that keyword. The lower number pages the better, cause you get about 10 searches per search page.
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BeYou Premium
Yes, you can use the WA keyword tool. But Jaaxy is also free for the first 30 searches. I was also resistant, but when you see how quick and easy and effective it is, worth using. I guess the question is how much do you want to make a business of this? $20 a month is not a huge outlay for a successful business. And if you promote Jaaxy as an affiliate you could get it for free.
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NetLife2014 Premium
As soon as I get my site completed. and profiting. I am going to open an enterprise Jaaxy account. This was awesome!
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Berny W Premium
Thanks Wendy - can you have more than one keyword in a post please. Or not, as it should be in your title?
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yourbrother Premium
It can be in your title and the same about twice in your text. but you can search another 5 or 10 keywords related to your post and put them in to this post. Because your post will get ranked,not only with your title keywords, but also others.
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Berny W Premium
Sorry I will clarify my question - it says if you choose all the low hanging fruit collectively you can get 20 - 30,000 visitors between say 30 keywords, my question is do you have to write a post on every single keyword to get this traffic?
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wendyk Premium
In a nutshell yes. Each post should target a keyword, however like Jaweda2k mentioned, it isn't a must. But the more articles you write each targeted to a different keyword, the more traffic you will get.
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Berny W Premium
Do you have to write a post for every keyword so you reach the collective 20-30,000 visitors please?
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Jaweda2k Premium
Not every post must contain a keyword or phrase. Sometimes just a naturally written post from title to finish is fine. However, I would recommend that you follow Kyle's Low Hanging Fruit method for a good majority of your posts.
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Berny W Premium
Come on guys - not having a go in the least! But I think Kyle answered the same question 5 times here on this post.
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Wardlib Premium
Really awesome tool! I'm already hooked! Things is I originally had a niche and now wanna change it. I could spend hours searching here.
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kamali Premium
I thought exact match domains were not the way to go anymore?
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TheFatGuy Premium
It depends, I have not been using them and have had some success. I put more into keywords and content than domain names. If you have a creative domain name that you want to use give it a try and see.
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Kyle Premium
Yeah, they still have pull in Google, just not as much as they once did. By no means did they lose their value, Google still needs to reward the exact match .com domain with some branding points as you have ownership of that particular keyword/brand.
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kamali Premium
Good to know. I have noticed that (lately) when I do a search, the exact match domains are nowhere to be seen in the search results.

If they still have pull it must be really small pull. IMers have been complaining that they actually feel penalized by google for having an exact match domain.
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Kyle Premium
What happened is the put much less weighting on the domain name, although there is still "power" to owning the domain, it isn't what it once was. If you build out a quality site with quality content (the intention of being an authority) on a keyword rich domain, you will get the #1 result.

If you create a weak site, then you won't.
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arnoldmm54 Premium
Wohoo .. signed up for Jaaxy Pro .. amazing tool, I found an excellent domain name and tons of keywords for my niche. Halfway through the first hour of 'live training'.
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Kyle Premium
Awesome, glad you are enjoying. I don't know what I would do without Jaaxy in my toolbelt...just don't get too addicted! lol
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hart48 Premium
I am now ready to use Jaaxy. Have been using WA Keyword Tool.
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Kyle Premium
Be careful, it is addicting!
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escape11 Premium
Let's take the hair ex. example: you went through and selected all keywords that had less than 400 competition and some monthly searches. Some of the words were not logical keywords people would search for but you still selected them and added them to your Hair extension k/w list.
What would you do with those keywords later? (the ones that don't make sense). would you complete them into a correct phrase and research that correct phrase?

Sorry for nagging on that topic. it's a key one i'm trying to figure out...
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Kyle Premium
I would expand on them so they made sense (I would research the competition of the term that made sense). This would only be ONE additional search and would lead to a load of brand new keywords.

You never want to create content around a term that doesn't make sense, it will come across as VERY awkward.
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Kyle or Carson

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Kyle Premium
Were you able to get this resolved? I saw you working with Carson and this issue and I hope it has since been resolved. :)
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I am still confused by the last page of Google. why would that be the true competition for keyword use?
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Kyle Premium
Because that is the TOTAL number of pages in Google under that search term.
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sjrichard Premium
ok, after watching the video, I have a few questions about how the keywords that you are saving would translate into you building your website.

1. How would you determine which domain name you would actually buy, would you buy the one with the most searches and least competition?

2. After you bought the domain name, would you build the first page of your site around your domain keyword, and all other pages, you would make around another keyword for that page?

3. How many keywords would you select to build a typical site around?

I understand now the basics of the keyword research, but not sure yet exactly how it would apply to actually building a site, and where and how to plug those keywords in.

Regards,
Steve
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Kyle Premium
1. Find a domain with a happy medium. The lower competition, the easier to rank. However, you can go after a more competitive domain if you own the .com or .org because you own the domain, so the < 400 QSR doesn't apply in the same way.

2. I would build the site like this yes, but the focus should still be creating a site that is useful to the people visiting it. Don't treat it any differently than any other site you create.

3. Again, don't treat an EMD any different. Build out your site with visitors in mind, not keywords. The rest will take care of itself Steve.
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Does this search tool work for the UK and does it show local as well as global search numbers
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Kyle Premium
It shows global traffic, so this can absolutely provide insight into how much traffic you will get in the UK. Remember, when you get ranked, you are going to be getting global traffic not just that of the UK, so these are the details that you want.
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rob3 Premium
This is powerful stuff. Just trying to get to know Enterprise as the trial was rather limited.
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Kyle Premium
Yeah, the Free trial is limited. Pro account gives you full access, and Enterprise unlocks INSTANT capabilities with Jaaxy (for power users).
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You mentioned that the true measure of competitive pages is the last page of Google search. Why is that?
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Kyle Premium
No, it is the EXACT number of pages that a Google has indexed in their search. That is the number that Jaaxy Enteprise is capable of getting at in an instant, the only other way to get this number is to click manually to the last page of the search results and then look at that number of results.
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Hi Kyle,

What is the recommended maximum competition if you wanna rank a free web 2.0 site like a blogger blog or a squidoo lens not your own domain? You chose keywords under 400 QSR for your website, is it good for the web 2.0 sites or it must be lower?
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Kyle Premium
Under 400 is the mark, the lower the better. You will find MANY keywords, highly relevant ones, that have under 100 competition and these are no-brainers in my opinion.
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Using the trial version of Jaaxy, getting additional keyword ideas for an AdWord campaign I am in process of setting up for a client. The results, while interesting, don't seem to correlate very well to the Google AdWords traffic estimation tool. That concerns me, because i have found that tool to be an excellent predictor of actual campaigns, once launched.

For example, try these two:
shipping service
shipping services

Jaaxy says there are more than twice monthly searches, and estimated traffic, for shipping service as the other one.

However, when I try them both in the traffic estimator, whether I use the U.S. vs my metro area, any of the three match types, shipping services gets far better traffic.

Can you help?
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Kyle Premium
We don't use just Google data, in fact, there is a reason for this. Through years of keyword research and experience, we have found Google results to be quite inaccurate. Google also does not include search data from other search engines as well (Bing & Yahoo), which Jaaxy utilizes.

We then run search data through an algorithm that is based on a load a comparative data to get our results. Are they perfect. No. No keyword data is perfect, but it is very good and very accurate, with a constant focus on accuracy. So search data, it fluctuates throughout the year and there is no tool that can give you 100% accurate results, but Jaaxy is on point with almost all searches.

As for competition, this is a piece of data where there is no interpretation, and Jaaxy captures it beautifully, there is no other tool that can accomplish this. In addition, the domain search function is precisely accurate.

I hope this clarified for you.
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Thanks for that clarification. So, apparently, if I am running an ad campaign on AdWords, I should not expect Jaaxy to be an accurate predictor of the campaign results?
Since AdWords has about 2/3's the search market (in the U.S. only place I care about), I would expect Jaaxy's results to be within a third as well.

About Google inaccuracies: I have found their traffic estimator to be an excellent predictor of actual campaign performance. In what way do you consider them inaccurate ---- just for Google searches, I dropped the other platforms because the results were insignificant compared to Google.
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Kyle Premium
We have found many disrepencies, but as I said, no search tool is going to be 100% accurate. We do our best using data from all search engines (Jaaxy gives SEARCH traffic data, not just Google) and we run the data we have through complex algorithms.

Will there be keywords that are off, yes. Keyword traffic should be taken as an approximation in every case, as there are many seasonal fluctuations and from month to month keyword data will be much different. So over the course of a year (traffic x 12) the results within Jaaxy will be very accurate, and for Google only, the Google Keyword tool will be quite accurate.

One thing that you cannot forget about though is traffic within Bing & Yahoo which combined still own about a 1/3 of all search traffic.
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normanh2 Premium
G'day Kyle ,

Thank you for "bearing with me" I really appreciate it.

So when I write content containing the phrase "hair extensions for thin hair" there is some possibility that I will also get some traffic from "hair extensions thin hair".

The one thing I am definitely learning is that keyword research could never be described as a "exact science".

Thanks again for "switching the light on and making it a little brighter" for me
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Kyle Premium
You absolutely will. Chances are VERY good that if you get ranked under "hair extensions for thin hair" you will also get good rankings under the shortened term.

Keyword Research isn't an exact science and that is why we created Enterprise to take the guess work out of the metrics that were an exact science...data points that either take a really long time to do manually, or that other keyword tools simply cannot capture.

Glad I could help you out here, if there is anything else just let me know.
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wkena Premium
I am burning the Jaaxy servers up this morning....watch out!
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Kyle Premium
LOL, all good. I have been doing this for some time now!
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escape11 Premium
Every keyword i search in Jaaxy gets <10 in the exact search line (the first yellow marked line...). i tried many searches - same result.
???
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Kyle Premium
Can you give me an example search? If you do a search that gets <10, then it means that that particular keyword gets less than 10 searches per month. The yellow line indicates the actual keyword you searched.
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escape11 Premium
Try "Top 10 attractions in London" or "Top 10 tourist attractions in new york". they get less than 10 searches per month? seems a bit weird to me...
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Kyle Premium
People tend to search this term. If you search this in Jaaxy you will see there are monthly searches for that.

Top 10 tourist attractions new york (88 avg. searches per month)

Which will also represent the traffic that you will get if you get ranked under:

Top 10 tourist attractions in new york (<10)

You will get the most accurate traffic ranking when you get ranked under the keyword and start getting traffic, terms like this are very seasonal and depend on when people are travelling, but if it is a targeted term to your campaign absolutely go for it. I can assure you that those results are very accurate.
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escape11 Premium
thank you.
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Kyle Premium
There are tons of awesome, low competition keywords relating to both of those niches. Just do a bit of digging in Jaaxy and I am sure you will have more than enough to come up with a campaign full of keywords in just a couple of searches.
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normanh2 Premium
G'day Kyle ,

I really hate to dwell on this point but I am still completely in the dark regarding the use of keywords.

In the video the first few phrases will illustrate my confusion:

The first one you mention is "hair extensions thin hair" but you describe it as "hair extensions "for" thin hair"
The next one is "hair extensions black women" but you describe as "hair extensions "for" black women"

These are different phrases with different criteria and if you are not able to use "hair extensions thin hair" in your content as it does not make sense as it stands why are you saving this keyword rather than the phrase "hair extensions "for" thin hair" .

Believe me I am not trying to play "devil's advocate" here -- I am really "in the dark" and until I am able to "see the light" then my progress is at a standstill.

Thank you for your anticipated understanding and patience .

Best regards.

PS : I am sure you will realize this is not in any way a criticism of "Enterprise" which as far as I am concerned is the best "tool" of it's kind available today.
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Kyle Premium
No offense taken, this is just how keywords work. I can help explain here:

Say your search triggers:

hair extensions thin hair

That keyword comes up because it is actually search in Google. People search this because of Google Instant and the predictive search terms that Google gives you. However, you cannot create content around this keyword because it does not make sense and also, Google produces search results that target the following term:

hair extensions for thin hair

That keyword is your real competition, and the traffic that later gets + the traffic the initial keyword gets might be closer to the expectation, but this will vary.

YOU ALWAYS target the keyword that makes sense and use that keyword data as your main data. The other keyword is more "revelational" than anything, revealing a brand new keyword to you. If you get ranked under:

hair extensions for thin hair

You will most likely get great rankings under:

hair extensions thin hair

As well. Hope this clarifies.
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wkena Premium
Jaaxy is fantastic. A blogger's dream! Goodbye Google keyword tool!
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Kyle Premium
Glad you are loving Jaaxy!
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theshoppbox Premium
Thanks for clarifying that Kyle.
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Kyle Premium
No problemo!
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jeff2011 Premium
Thanks Kyle
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Kyle Premium
No problem Jeff, enjoy Jaaxy Enterprise.
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Kathy1952 Premium
Okay, you've sold me! This is EXTREMELY Awesome! :)
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Kyle Premium
You will be happy you did, there honestly is nothing even close out there. I am not a fan of keyword tools, but Jaaxy saves me hours of time each day.
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Kathy1952 Premium
Kyle, I signed so now how do I sign in? Do I still use Jaaxy.com. Want to make sure I've got it. :) Thanks!
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Kyle Premium
Exact same login. You just log into your same account and it will now be Enterprise.
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theshoppbox Premium
Good video Kyle but how would you use keywords that do not make any sense? Such as "clip hair extensions thin hair"? How can you possibly write content using those exact keywords?
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Kyle Premium
I don't use keywords that don't make sense, I will elaborate on a keyword that doesn't make a lot of sense if I can write an article that would not come across as being awkward.

A rule with content, your keyword must make sense.
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splashduck Premium
I'm reeling from the awesome power of this software Kyle :)
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Kyle Premium
Glad you are enjoying it Robbie! :)
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normanh2 Premium
G'day Kyle ,

Thank you for the video.

I know I asked a similar question in another thread but I want to try and clarify the same point .

I went through the same process as yourself in Enterprise and in the first example "hair extensions" the search came up with these phrases together with any number of others but the following illustrate my point in question:

clip hair extensions thin hair
hair extensions thin hair

If I decide that the first phrase is worth the effort and register a domain -- .com, .org , .net (clip hair extensions thin hair) then I would write appropriate content using the phrase:

clip hair extensions "for" thin hair which has different criteria.

If you decided that the phrase "clip hair extensions thin hair" was worth the effort how would you proceed with respect to generating the appropriate content for your site.

Thank you for your anticipated understanding ,

Best regards
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theshoppbox Premium
Hi Normanh2, good question. I look forward to Kyle` comment as well. I however would not use that particular keyword," clip hair extensions thin hair" despite what the search results where. If you are building content around keywords you want them to flow naturally and make sense. That keyword does not make sense. And as soon as you add words in order to make that keyword make sense you void the search results. IE " clip hair extensions for thin hair" is now not the same keyword and thus the results will be different. That is my take on it anyways.
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Kyle Premium
You would absolutely still have a chance to get ranked under a domain like this, remember though you are competing with the "hair extensions for thin hair" so I would always suggest doing your due diligence and check that competition first.

Your keywords you target MUST make sense within your keyword targeted content, domains not as much.
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wendyk Premium
Great Demo Kyle! Thanks for sharing.
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Kyle Premium
No problem Wendy.
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this is really informative. but how do i connect those niches to my website i built by Wordpress?
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Kyle Premium
That is what the training is going to teach you. Content is the center of your website foundation and success.
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caylynn Premium
Am speechless. Wish Wordpress was this straightforward. Thank you Kyle.
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Kyle Premium
Anything can be learned. Remember, I have been at this 10 years now...success does not happen overnight, but you will get the hang of it. :)
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