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For 6 months we’ve been investing in the Internet services of the Entrepreneurs. Until now, our model assumed investments in works during first 12 months. Why this has changed? We have studied, observed, analyzed and came to the conclusion that INFORMATION DESIRED Partners are able to perform works planned for 12 months in half a year - for their own benefit and for the benefit of the Entrepreneurs.
Two weeks have passed since we announced our contest, with $10,000 up for grabs. And nothing. Our telephones are quiet, our e-mail inbox isn't overflowing, and all’s quiet on Facebook, where we announced this contest. This really puts us in a good mood, and not just because those $10,000 are still snug in our pocket.
Tom Kuzak, creator of INFORMATION DESIRED, announced that he would give $10,000 to the one who could find another company like us anywhere in the world.
For months, we have been searching for another company like us around the world. We asked around in Silicon Valley. It turned out that we were the only ones. That we are revolutionary. That we are disruptive because our business model can change the rules of the game on the online marketing market.
But of course, we didn’t ask everyone in the world whether they know of a company similar to us. We could be wrong. Maybe we’re not a global monopoly after all.
Hence the idea to hold the contest. Of course, it’s a bit of a provocation. But it’s also valuable knowledge for us if there is something like us out there in the world...
But for two weeks, the phones have been quiet, the inbox is empty, and nothing is stirring on Facebook. That means that, until now, nobody has even tried to reach for that $10,000 reward in the contest.
We’re not gonna lie, that’s great news for us. And it’s not because the cash will remain in our pocket, or rather, on the company account (Tom Kuzak has a dashing imagination, but even he doesn’t carry that kind of money around in his pocket;)).
Somebody could say: well that’s great, but you didn't announce the contest to the whole world, did you? Probably not many people know about it on the scale of the world. OK, but what were we supposed to do? Were we supposed to buy ads on the largest TV channels around the world for millions of dollars? Obviously, we can’t afford such profligacy. Besides, that would be unreasonable.
But you want to give us a flick on our nose? Go right ahead, “spread” this contest on social media, which have already proven on multiple occasions how enormous their reach can be. Maybe someone will still pick up the ten grand. We continue to wait and hold our breath.