The Rich Jerk Is Back

Holy $hit! He’s back.

For those who don’t know the saga, The Rich Jerk knocked the world of internet marketing on its collective ass about 8 years ago with a massive dose of arrogance and hubris. Never before had we been so insulted yet entertained and amazed at the same time.

He seemingly came out of nowhere spitting internet marketing like some kind of crazy shock jock. He had the confident swagger of a rock star making it rain in a strip bar. I mean this guy had some serious balls…

But you know what? He could market his ass off. Just take a look at a snippet from his original Rich Jerk sales letter nearly a decade ago:

“Don’t Waste My Time…..Lets get something straight. I am a jerk. I am obnoxious. I am lazy. And I don’t care, because I am FILTHY RICH. I am much too important to even be sitting here writing this right now. So I’ll keep it short. I make several million dollars every year on the internet, doing almost nothing. Heard that before? Well you can see proof of my earnings here. Have you seen proof like that anywhere else? Didn’t think so. Do you make that much money? Didn’t think so…

…So Who the Hell am I?I’m the guy you see driving down the street in a Ferrari with the top down, and you think to yourself, “What an ass!” And you know what? You’re right. But so what? Do you think I really value your opinion? I’m a rich jerk, so I couldn’t care less. I cut through the BS. If you find me offensive, obnoxious, or whatever….feel free to leave my website at anytime. I’m not here to make friends. I’m here to show you EXACTLY how I make millions.  It’s no secret that I’m selling something here. And when you see what I’m offering, you will be blown away.”

But it’s not just the in-your-face sales letter copy that knocked people’s socks off. The original Rich Jerk product was an internet marketing training program that was spectacularly good. It turns out The Rich Jerk not only talked the talk but walked the walk as well. In fact, he sold more than 100,000 copies of the program then and this was long before internet marketing went mainstream. Many of his students went on to make their own fortunes with this training. 

But Who Is The Rich Jerk?

Mr. Jerk was one of the early internet marketing pioneers that started in the late 1990’s and made millions of dollars in the real estate and credit markets. The Rich Jerk knew how to create a buzz like no other internet marketer before him. His original Rich Jerk campaign is unquestionably among the most effective internet marketing campaigns of all time. For reals.

Rich Jerk 2.0 

Fast forward to 2015 and he’s back again with an updated new internet marketing program that promises to outperform the first one. It’s launching in a few days and you owe it to yourself to watch the master roll out his campaign. The Rich Jerk 2.0 will destroy once again. If you need REAL internet marketing training you cannot pass this up.


  1. Andrew

    Please my main focus is how to get traffic to my site

    • bill

      Hi Andrew. Take a look at social media strategies for traffic. Sincerely – Bill

  2. Tom

    It’s not a scam. The launch jacking module is worth the price. Why do you automatically assume that something purporting to make you money must be a scam? All you need to do is choose a product, and then follow the directions.

    • bill

      Thank you Tom. It drives me a little crazy when people start throwing around the word scam. Internet marketing courses are what you pull out of them. Most people give up before they even get through all of the content. Thanks Tom – Bill

  3. Victor

    I don`t think it`s a good idea to offer this scam. You are losing so much credibility.

    • bill

      Victor: It’s NOT a scam. I’ve seen the entire course and know the content. It has a ‘no questions asked’ 30 day money back guarantee. Is it for everyone? Shit no. But remember to separate the sales pitch from the actual course content. It’s a great internet marketing course. If its not for you, or anyone else, I understand. Thanks Victor – Bill

      P.S. – My definition of a scam is when you pay money to buy a product or service that doesn’t do what it was advertised to do. Worse, is when there is no money-back guarantee to fall back on which takes the risk away from the buyer. Worse yet, the product or service is never delivered after payment. That’s a SCAM!

  4. Debora


    • bill

      Debora: perfect response!:)