Thursday, July 12, 2007

Kelly Felix Photos- the Rich Jerk's Photo Revealed

Kelly Felix - The Rich Jerk

The Guess What I Heard site boosted Felix
Kelly's Internet marketing reputation

Kelly Felix picture is located on a Yanik Silver Blog: There are many photos of Kelly Felix on the Internet if you know where to look. Famous Internet marketing guru, Yank Silver is pictured as the first person closest to you on the left side. Kelly Felix pic is the third one in past Yanik Silver. The photo above was a website Kelly Felix created called: Guess What I, which is no longer available. Another Kelly Felix picture with his wife Summer Singagliese is on this website:

Who is Kelly Felix? Kelly Felix is also known as the Rich Jerk. Who is the Rich Jerk? He's famous amongst Internet marketers because he's sold millions of dollars of his "Rich Jerk eBook." It is a stimulating guide for intermediate Internet entrepreneurs.

The Rich Jerk, Kelly Felix is known for great material, but offensive ad copy. He uses curse words and the "I'm Better than You" hook that some call anti marketing. I see it as Kelly Felix's knowledge of human nature: people want what they can not have. He dangles something you want in front of you, then he takes it away. For many, that has pushed his ad campaigns into the stratosphere. He even did an ad with shock jock, Howard Stern, which some say cost a small fortune & ended up being a financial mistake.

Personally, I like Kelly Felix's "the Rich Jerk" ebook and ad stategies if you could just take out the curse words and the ads with offensive & often risque pictures. On the other hand, most people agree that grandma's apple pie is a good thing, but not if it's floating on top of a cesspool.

My guess is that Kelly Felix has done very well with the Rich Jerk & he's bored with it and wants to move on to new projects.

Holly Mann, successful ebook author of "Honest Riches 2," was once a promoter of his products, but after after a while couldn't take his over the top language, so she went on to create a competive product & has sold about 20,000 copies. She used the "no thank you rich jerk" campaign to leapfrog her ebook to the tune of a $12,000 a month profit. She acknowledges the keywords: rich jerk & no thank you rich jerk, gave her an edge in the beginning. I'd say that's Internet marketing Judo, where one uses the other person's strength to their advantage.

A Holly Mann photo collection can be found at


steve said...

Hi, I purchased the e-book, The Rich Jerk a couple months ago. It stated it had resell rights, so i listed it. The next day it was pulled off my listings. Ebay sent this to me:

You can not submit your listing due to the following problems Attention Seller: In order to maintain a safe trading environment, selling limits are occasionally placed on accounts listing items that are reportedly favored by counterfeiters. At this time, you are limited in the number of items you can list (or revise) in any 7 day period. If you have any additional questions about this subject, email us at Customer Support.
We sincerely value you as a member of our trading community and look forward to a continued successful relationship. Click here for a window with eBay's policy on replica or counterfeit items
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I've written the Trust and Safety numerous times, and I just get a generic letter back. I've written to the owner of the ebook and no reply. I paid something like 1.50 for the ebook, it stated it had resell rights, but obvisously it didn't.. Should the person who sold it to me get punished? and not me? I had no Idea. I need help with this matter too, so if anyone out there can help me clear this matter, that would be great. Be careful about digital ebooks that say they have resell rights. I no longer sell any type of ebook now, but i am limeted now and how much i can sell, and ebay dosnt let me know much about this either.
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Glen Woodfin said...

Steve, you can pursue stuff like that, but it wouldn't be worth it to you because your time is much more valuable. Those things are super irritating to me as well, but don't seem to be worth the fight. If it was a large amount, then it might be worth it.


Steve said...

Thanks Glen I do agree with you

carpadeim said...

Thanks Glen

Not Scammed said...

They called me on the phone and asked for 3 grand. They wouldn't put anything in writing, they were somewhat evasive when I asked pointed questions like "What exactly am I getting for this amount of money?" - when they did answer, their answers were vague, and when I stated that I need all of this in writing, the guy said "You're writing all this down, aren't you? - what you're writing down is exactly what you're getting"

What a great time to hang the phone up, I thought. Good decision on my part.

If a company refuses to put it in writing, something is very wrong.

Go on ahead and fall for this BS if you like. If you care about yourself, you won't.