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XPPS Vs. The Big Money in Mail System—Who is better?

John Hostick
 


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The “XPPS” system has been around for a while now, and I have taken a good look at this system, it is a great system. The Million Mail Program also known as the “Big Money in Mail System has been around for some time, too, and that is also a great system. Who is better? Is it [XPPS] or is it the “Big Money in Mail System?” Honestly, if you want to know the truth, the two are exactly the same. However, there is one little difference that set the two programs far apart. In my research of the two programs, I was checking out the “XPPS” or “Xtreme Postcard Profits System” and I noticed an error in this program about the Million Mail Program.

[XPPS] states in their question and answer that the Million Mail Program also known as the Big Money in Mail System is that “It tells a good tale, but it never quite manages to deliver or live up to its full potential. You’re also tied to using the mailing service they provide in the back office, and the website costs $97 a year. This system is also based around mailing out a letter (as opposed to a postcard) which does cost quite a bit more.

Just to clear a few things up, the “Big Money in Mail System” tells the exact same tale as XPPS. Secondly, you are not tied to using their mailing service. Just like XPPS, you can do your own thing, and be lead to various marketing sources and the best leads. Thirdly, the website does not cost $97 a year. As a matter of fact, you only have to pay a one time fee of $24.95 for your website, choice of 6 capture pages, autoresponder, marketing resources, and training. Also, you don’t mail out letters—not any more you don’t. Now they just use postcards, and I must say that their designs are quite nice.

This is the one thing that sets the XPPS and the [Big Money in Mail System] a part from each other. With XPPS, you have to pay $49 per year. With the Big Money in Mail System, you only have to pay a one time fee of $24.95. Therefore the total cost for [XPPS] to join is $249.00 plus $49 a year after that. The total cost to join the Big Money in Mail System is $224.95—one time. If you want to save $24.05 and keep $49 in your pocket every year instead of giving it up, go to http://millionmailprogram.info now.
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Now you know the facts about each system. Go for the system that offers you everything the other system offers, but for a lesser price, go to http://millionmailprogram.info now!
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