How I Got My Butt Kicked By A Girl For Christmas

Really, a girl kicked my butt so badly I am just now back at my computer today. Here’s what happened…

Updated, today, 1/5/2009

So this girl comes over for one of our Christmas get togethers prior to Christmas eve.

She brings her laptop with her. I let her log onto my WiFi connection. The damn thing has a backdoor Trojan in it and it takes over the router, the other machines in the house and blocks them all from the Internet.

INCLUDING my server that I do all my work on. I FIGHT the cracker behind the trojan for a week, lose all my work time and then finally the final insult:

The $^(@#$ locks me out of my own server by changing the admin password.

It has taken me the entire FRAKIN last week to reformat my machine and get it back up and running. I could not even boot the machine for days, I WAS LOCKED OUT.

Why am I telling you this? Because I am offering my new version of Wickedly Evil Social Marketing Tactics for only $27.

This situation has cost me two major clients, any Christmas fun and what little sanity I have left. But hey, it’s a new year and I move on fast.

This is only today and MAYBE tomorrow. Then the book is gone for good and the members only site will be all that is offered.

My 130 page book is now becoming a members only site. Why?

Here is the short version…

    I can give newbies step by step support

    I can deliver very high end tactics to the rest (that’s you)

    I can easily update content and support you after the sale

    I am a guy, I like building stuff, hence new site

      Here’s what you get right now…

      Access to my members only portion of this site.

      Step by step instructions to use Digg and 10 other social bookmarking sites to dominate Google results.

      PLUS you get the 3 month subscription to the Digg analytics application. $120 value.

      Plus four hours of audio with me and Alexander Alaric.

      And two for one on Tech Tecs members only site.

      Two SEO Hacked WordPress themes that NO ONE ELSE has, written by a SEO design firm, not some marketer guessing what Google wants. These guys KNOW what Google wants.

      Yeah, all for $27. $300 in real world products, delivered immediately.

      Every Monday you get a new set of articles, links to free software, articles and insider scoops from Chris Lang.

      BUT WAIT, each week you get two versions of a chapter from my Wickedly Evil Social Marketing Tactics 130 book.

      One version for newbies, one version for the more experienced.

      That is four custom written chapters a month.

      DON”T WAIT, when I get the new affiliate program up tomorrow, the book is gone, not for sale, not for update, GONE.

      $27 for the first month. $27 each month there after. Cancell anytime, you know the Drill.

      You get the Digg Analytics Suite, 90 day FULL subscription right away on the first day. It is not available anywhere else for less than $40 a month. Not even a thirty day trial. NO WHERE!

      That is worth $120.

      Then each week you get two step by step lessons on social marketing and Google SEO, from the social marketing book. That is four all original tactics chapters a month.

      You can see what you get, my tactics, ALL the bonuses and special offers at the link above, but don’t buy it there…

      $27 is LESS than the price of Lunch!

      Click the button below, pay $27, I well send you the Digg analytics unlock code today.

      I will give you your login to the bonuses and how to get started articles as soon as I receive your payment.

      Only for My Subscribers
      Click Here Now!

      If you need to make a payment another way, just email me and I will work it out with you.


  1. Posted January 5, 2009 at 10:58 am | Permalink

    Chris sounds like you need a hardware firewall lol

  2. Posted January 5, 2009 at 11:19 am | Permalink

    Exactly David, I now have a totally secured, encrypted connection. No one can get in. LOL

    Man, I have never been beat by a cracker or a virus. This one had me on the ropes. And NO, I don’t surf porn. LOL It takes over group policy and that is hard to beat. I still run Win2K, that’s the only reason I survived it all. XP machines were done in a flash. My new machine is Linux with a browser OS. Bye Bye Windows.

  3. Posted January 5, 2009 at 11:19 am | Permalink

    Happy New Year Chris,

    A girl…

    … with a backdoor Trojan in it?

    Ruins Chris Lang’s Holiday.

    Digg it.

  4. Posted January 5, 2009 at 11:30 am | Permalink

    So, Chris, I’m your previous client, I bought your ebook for $97…
    And I must subscribe to your monthly program for $27 to get access to updates?

  5. Posted January 5, 2009 at 11:41 am | Permalink

    @Dimitry, I will grandfather you in and anyone else that bought at that rate. If you bought at $67 I will give you a lifetime membership for the one time $27 above. Anyone that already bought before I added the Digg analytics suite as a bonus can upgrade to the new version for a one time payment above and you then get the Digg suite.

    I have always offered that with the book, but few took me up. I can only give away so much. Email me if you have questions, I am here at my newly reformatted machine.

    If you bought at any rate we can work something out for cheap, but after today, the book is gone. Never again. Full speed ahead in 2009 and I will never look back.

  6. mark
    Posted January 5, 2009 at 8:25 pm | Permalink

    Perhaps she didn’t get the complimentary book update after shelling out $67 or how ever much it was last time either.


  7. Posted January 6, 2009 at 12:36 am | Permalink

    Done and done, I puchased the book sometime time ago. I’ve sent you an email. And I’ve paid the 27 dollars. Not a bad deal I think.

  8. Posted January 6, 2009 at 12:37 am | Permalink

    Now all I need is a dictionary and I’m set.

  9. Posted January 6, 2009 at 8:17 am | Permalink


    I have given all that wanted it or asked updates to the book free of charge, even when the price went to $97 when I added 10 more chapters and the information that no one else has. All anyone has to do is ask and the update to the book was free of charge.

    When I added a $120 bonus to the book it was still updated free of charge. The only update charge was for the Digg Analytics suite and I “shell out” as you put it, and that costs me $27 out of my pocket, per user. So does anyone think it is out of line to ask you to cover what I pay for the bonus to upgrade.

    If you don’t like it Mark, unsubscribe from my newsletter and quit whining.