Instructions for Creating $500,000 Cyber Ad Campaigns.

Use your CyberHooks and Sticky Sounds in all Your Marketing Promotion Tools - Including…

Business Cards, Brochures, Classified Ads, Flyers, Newspaper and Magazine Promotions, Product or Service Slogans, Product or Service Descriptions, Catalogs, Pamphlets, Press Releases, Classified Ads, Sales Letters, Radio and TV Commercials, Video Infomercials, Audio Scripts, Web Pages, E-mails, E-zine and Magazine Articles, Newsletters, Newsgroups, URL Descriptions, Meta-tag Keywords or Descriptions, Banner Ads, etc….

With the techniques I am about to show you I wrote over 500 songs, 300 poems, 15 Musicals (the outlines and the music) Several hundred “Mantra audio loops” hundreds of Slogans, Product Ad Copy, Cyber Headlines and a multi-tude of articles, essays, inventions etc…in summary, a whole lotta HOOKS.

Step 1. Breakdown of Main Words. (Etymology)  " Your Domain Name or Business Idea."

Breakdown of the Core Word or Words into essential parts. This should reveal the Main Theme or Concept. If Not, then perhaps the domain name needs to be altered or a mirror purchased. The Correct Answers to these two vital Questions may determine your future Business Success.

A. What is the Business about? What Business are you in?

B. Does the core/root word summarize your Theme or Concept?

Basically, when you brand, you are Always selling the association of your name to your product. 

Feed those Core Words into these tools...


  • Dictionaries
  • Thesaurus
  • Phrases
  • Cliché Finders
  • Puns
  • Proverbs
  • Nursery Rhymes
  • Poetry
  • Movie Titles
  • Movie Quotes
  • Song Titles
  • Song Lyrics
  • Aphorisms
  • Idioms 
  • Quotes
  • Glossaries
  • Slang Words / Phrases
  • Latin / Greek Words
  • Sentence Combining
  • Jokes
  • News Articles
  • Creative writing systems
  • Essays
  • Comic Books
  • Phone Books

Phase Two /Organising the collection of Word-Bits.

Example One

“ACCOUNTANT” Sample Domain Name (Currently for sale)

{This theme doesn’t really jump off the page does it? But watch…}

Engine 1 / Dictionary

Accountant – Definition: Formerly the most boring job on the planet - Recently replaced by data programmer and java script encoder. Noun: A-Count-Ant

A-Count-tant / Service- Accountant -Noun (Main Word)

1.Someone who maintains and audits business accounts.

2. An accountant is someone who keeps or examines the records of money received, paid and owed by a company or person. “Elaine's just got a job with a firm of accountants.”

Further Breakdown of this Word reveals the fact that the word Count holds it all together.

Definition: Count To add sums. To figure. To Keep track.

The act of counting or calculating. A number reached by counting.

The totality of specific items in a particular sample: a white blood cell count.

Law. Any of the separate and distinct charges in an indictment.

Sports. The counting from one to ten seconds, during which time a boxer who has been knocked down must rise or be declared the loser.

Baseball.The number of balls and strikes that an umpire has called against a batter. To make a count of members, attendees, or participants by or as if by noting bodily presence.

Informal phrasal verbs : count on

To include by or as if by counting: Count me in.

To exclude by or as if by counting: Count me out.

To believe or consider to be; deem: Count yourself lucky.

To recite or list numbers in order or enumerate items by units or groups: counted by tens.

To have importance: You really count with me.

To have a specified importance or value: Their opinions count for little.

Each basket counts for two points.

Music. To keep time by counting beats.

To rely on; depend on: You can count on my help.

To be confident of; anticipate:bargain for (or on) counted on getting a raise.

idioms: count heads or count noses.

Engine 2 / Thesaurus

SYNONYMS: count, import, matter, signify, weigh. The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to be of significance or importance”: an opinion that counts for a great deal; actions that import little; decisions that really matter; thoughts that signify much; considerations that do not weigh with her.

From these definitions, synonyms and informal context phrases you can begin to assemble your word-bit and phrase collection.

These Examples can be used as Web page slogans, Sig files, E-mail / Press Subject Headers,  Ad Posts, PR Headlines, Imbedded in Meta-tags for Descriptions and this is Only Using the first two Engines!

The “Trigger Effect” is what you are using here. Using Focused Raw Materials to create Focused Word Patterns. This makes your Online Business Presence very sound.

Phrases / Slogans Created from Main Words One and Two

Accountant / Key word = Count
  • “Accountable to the last penny.”
  • “Dez guys are da best, you can ‘Account me in” Al Capone

  • “If Capone was our client he’d have done No time
  •  “25 Reasons (ac-count em’) for you to let us be your   
  • “Accounts payable? – We’ll make ‘em profitable”

  • “Accountant –really? I thought he was a Duke. (Punchline of old joke)”

  • “My accountant ain’t what it used to be - Empty, not since I hired these guys.”

  • “Keeping a good accountant around is like keeping a golden goose, but you do need stronger wire.”

  • “This is the account of Joe P. Farmer- how he broke even - and then how he

  •   broke the backs of those dirty rotten bankers.” Joe used Dough Boys Inc.

  • “We’’ll give you the blow by blow account- and you’ll win.”
  •  ”When you need a Head for figures” - Get the best heads online”
  • “It’s balancing the books to some, it’s balancing life to us.” 
    ”If you’re called to account- Who can you count on?”
  • “Try the Webcrunchers ” When the numbers need to ad up.”
  • “Got Big Numbers? Then you need big leaguers to ad em up.”
    “Cook the books, then let the coolest minds in for a look.”  
    ”Creative Accounting 101 - we teach the course.”
    “There's no accounting for taste, but your business is another matter.”
  • Geppo Marx was our Mentor
  • “Account and account until it all ads up- If it don’t add up…“Account and account until it all ads up-
  • If it don’t add up…“Account and account until it all ads up- If it don’t add up…“
  • “Count on us to count your chickens-we’ll make sure they hatch.”

This is really where the fun starts. Notice A-Count-Ant?  The little guy.The worker ant.

  •  “I may be a mere A-Count-Ant, But I can sure carry a lot.”
  •   Buren and Co. "A-Count-Ants for the Worker Class.”
  • “Keeping Track/Order is what keeps us A-Count-Ants happy.”

Word 3 / Book Keeper (Slogans Created from Common Slang terms)

  • “Better Books for a Better Business”
  • “When your Books make Sense, You make Dollars.”
  • “You take your money seriously, We take your numbers seriously.”
  • “Books so finely balanced the banks will feel cheated…”
  • “Book keepers keep records –We keep order.”
  • “Some Firms keep books - We maintain Businesses.”

  • “When it’s time for your business to add it all up, who counts highest for you?
  •  “Bank on the Best Bookkeepers and never just “break even” again.
  • “Don’t hire an A-Count-Ant When a Money Crunchers what you need.”
  • “Books so finely balanced the Ballet may want to borrow them.”

Word Four …“Money”

Phrases / Slang / Cliches / Proverbs / Idioms (Borrowed Brilliance)

A bear market
A bull market
A clean bill of health
A day late and a dollar short
A fast buck
A fool and his money are soon parted
A heart of gold
A king's ransom
A penny for your thoughts
A penny saved is a penny earned
A pretty penny
A run for your money
A small fortune
All part of life's rich pattern
All part of life's rich tapestry
All that glisters is not gold
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
Another day, another dollar
As bold as brass
As good as gold
As rich as Croesus
As safe as the Bank of England
Bad penny
Bees and honey
Bet your bottom dollar
Big bang
Bill Stickers is innocent
Bill and coo
Black market
Blood money
Born with a silver spoon in his mouth
Brass tacks
Break the bank
Buck naked
Buck up
Burning a hole in your pocket
Business as usual
Buy British
Buy blind
Buy one, get one free
Cash in your chips
Cashing up
Cheap at half the price
Cheap skate
Cleaned out
Coin a phrase
Coin of the realm
Cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey
Cost a pretty penny
Cost an arm and a leg
Cost the earth
Creative accounting
Cross my palm with silver
Crying all the way to the bank
Dead presidents
Dirt cheap
Do the business
Do your business
Even money
Every dark cloud has a silver lining
Fill the bill
Filthy rich
Fit the bill
Five figures
Fool's gold
Foot the bill
Fork out
Four figures
Get down to brass tacks
Get rich quick
Get your money's worth
Go about your business
Go for gold
Gold digger
Golden handshake
Golden hello
Grease one's palm
Hand to mouth
Hard times
Hard up
He knows the cost of everything and the value of nothing
Health, wealth and happiness
Hiyo Silver away
Hot money

I'm not made of money
If you have to ask the price you can't afford it
In for a penny in for a pound
In the money
It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle,
than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God
It won't break the bank
Laugh all the way to the bank
Let's see the colour of your money
Like nobody's business
Look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves
Love of money is the root of all evil -The
Mind your own business
Money doesn't grow on trees
Money for old rope
Money makes the world go round
Money talks
Money to burn
Monkey business
More bangs for your buck
More money then sense
My flexible friend
Not many of them to the pound
Old money
On the money
Out of pocket
Pass the buck
Penny pinching
Penny wise, pound foolish
Pieces of eight
Pin money
Poor little rich girl
Pound for pound
Pound of flesh
Put paid to
Put your money where your mouth is
Quid pro quo
Raking in the money
Rich man poor man beggerman thief
Show me the money
Silver tongued
Six figures
Spend a penny
Spend money like water
Spend more time with my family
Spend, spend, spend
Stop me and buy one
Strictly business
Take home pay
Take the money and run
Take the money, open the box
Talk is cheap
The almighty dollar
The bank that likes to say yes
The best that money can buy
The buck stops here
The business
The business at hand
The business end
The business of America is business
The idle rich
The penny drops
The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
The pound in your pocket
The rich get richer and the poor get poorer
The sixty-four thousand dollar question
The streets of London are paved with gold
The unacceptable face of capitalism
There's gold in them thar hills
This precious stone set in the silver sea, this sceptered isle
Throw your money around
Time is money
Value for money
Wage war
Well off
Where there's muck there's brass
With a hearty hiho Silver
With brass knobs on
Worth one's weight in gold
You can bank on it
You can take that to the bank
You can't take it with you
You pay your money and you take your choice
Your money or your lif

PHASE THREE “Cyber Hooks Techno Media Presentations.”

A. STICKY SOUNDS. Using Melodic Motifs, Rhythm Mantras, Exotic Beats and Cutting edge Panning Techniques….

B. New World Graphics, Word Dance or Symphony of Movement.

(Using Deeper graphic Templates, Flash and Java principles and Logic.)

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