• How many people can say that?

    Jason Henderson and Matt Adams, both top 50 hopeful contestants along with yours truly at Next Internet Millionaire, have put the A in Action and the J in JV. They Independently and collectively have used each day of these past 2 weeks to advance their vote totals.


    Jason aka BIG JASON (he is 6″11) and Matt aka the Hypnotist Matt Adams decided to interview other contestants they want to see in Colorado…. Consideration seemed to have one requirement – that you not be a jackass.. Hard for people who dont know me one way or another to jump to that conclusion, but you wont hear me arguing.


    Of course I was honored to be included and hope that these relationships will develop into future venture$, but I did enter it with trepidation. You see Joel and Eric only made clear two things they were looking for:


    1. Someone good for the show


    2. Someone with whom they could potentially Joint Venture.


    Yet they were willing to decide who a possible candidate could be from only one (maybe 2) videos, maxing at 4 minutes. Dare I spill about myself and remove all mystery and allure? Is knowing too much about someone a GOOD thing or a BAD thing??


    Big Jason is convinced they want to see us take action, prove our JV worthyness, and show we are up to marketing snuff.. Ya know what? He is bigger and has a lot more in his bank account (pure guess there), so it was a go!


    Meanwhile kudos must go to Seth Young, who asked his mailing list (niche site – NOT IM) if they would do him a quick favor and vote for me! Within hours my scores went up by 300 and I went from a 5.2 to 6.5! Over the next day they probably sent another 200 votes my way. Other women competing against me had BIG BIG BIG names sending out emails on their behalf, or of their own initiative (I really cant say). There scores went up for sure… but ratio wise.. I did better. Its an interesting lesson to learn about the potential of niche marketing..


    ~~ andrea

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