Prevent phone monitoring with digital spread spectrumWritten by Max Penn
Prevent phone monitoring with digital spread spectrum
If you are using an analog cordless or cellular telephone, someone is listening to your conversations!
You'll notice I did not say someone might be listening to your telephone conversations, or there is a possibility that your telephone conversations can be overheard.
Simply put, your telephone conversations are being monitored! Radio hobbyists, with their scanners being used as spy equipment, have capability to listen to telephone conversations and we must assume that a small percentage do from time to time.
Beyond these hobbyists, however, is an underground culture of scanner users who make specific efforts to monitor telephone conversations. This underground culture ranges from individuals wanting nothing more than to satisfy their personal curiosity, to news reporters lookng for leads, to private eyes gathering information for a case, to criminals listening for credit cards numbers, SSN's, or other information to be used in furtherance of a crime. Beyond this, various law enforcement and security agencies may monitor telephones for their own purposes.
But wait, you say--it's illegal to monitor telephone conversations. It's even illegal for police to do so without a warrant. True, it's illegal to monitor telephone conversations, but do you really think that noone's listening? A law is nothing more than words and, in and of itself, does nothing to prevent that which it proscribes. The chance of getting caught doing phone monitoring are almost nil, and when have you heard of anyone being prosecuted for monitoring a cordless phone?
HOW TO PREVENT IT One way to prevent monitoring of your telephone conversations is through use of digital spread spectrum technology. To understand this, we first need to be aware that telephones are either analog or digital. Analog telephones are nothing more than radio transmitters sending signals between telephone and cell site in case of cellular phones and between handset and base plugged in wall socket in case of cordless phones.
HERE'S YOUR COPY WRITING FORMULA FOR INTERNET SALESWritten by M H Ahsan
The key to having sales pages that convert is to be sure you include a few essential elements. There is a basic formula to writing good copy that has been tested and is proven to work. Once you've created a successful sales page, you own a template that you can use repeatedly, customizing it to fit other products. Your template will be like having a golden goose.
Whether you are hiring a copy writer to compose your internet sales page, or you are writing sales copy yourself, here are basic necessities of an effective sales page.
Headline: This includes three elements. First, pre- headline to set-up main headline and capture attention of category of prospects you want to attract.
Next, main headline, in largest font you will use anywhere on page, tells product's biggest benefit (a benefit evokes a favorable emotional response). Last, post-head, which further clarifies main headline.
The story: This is an emotional grabber that pulls visitor into copy so you can present your product and make your offer. It should be benefit driven, showing reader how they could feel or their life could be better if they owned product.
Your Credibility: This is especially important on-line, and needs to come early in letter. Some of ways you can build credibility include testimonials about real results, that include full name of person giving testimonial. Also, use specific numbers rather than approximations in your copy overall. If you have expertise and credentials related to product, say so. When applicable, explain product test results. Quote favorable reviews from newspapers or magazines. And give your contact information with an address. This proves you are real. Don't worry that someone will show up on your doorstep, and if someone calls you, that's good. You learn from contact with clients.
Benefits: In bullet form, itemize benefits (not features) of product. Prioritize them, and give an overload. It often only takes one benefit to convince a prospect to buy, but each prospect will have their own hot button. Have plenty of possibilities. Bullets are easy to scan.