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Turn Off The Stars and The Moon! Would YOU have clicked?

Published on 8/4/2017
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Turn Off The Stars and The Moon!
Would You Have Clicked?
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Turn Off The Stars and The Moon!


Back in the days of dragons and  wizards, there lived a king named Adolph the Strong.  Despite his name, Adolph was usually just and kind.  Every so often , however, he was a bit eccentric.  

This story is about the time that Adolph wanted the stars and the moon 'turned off'!  

Why would King Adolph make such a request?  It was all due to the crickets...the noisy, noisy crickets.  To be fair to the king, it seemed like the crickets around King Adolph's castle, were the noisiest you had ever heard.  

The king liked to get up early and go for a cool walk  in the woods.  Getting up early meant that the king got sleepy shortly after dark, but the crickets, the noisiest crickets you ever heard, kept him awake.  King Adolph did notice that it seemed that on those nights when it was really cloudy and dark, the crickets were quiet.  His reasoning was that no light at all, must put them to sleep.  

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So King Adolph went to his staff of magicians, sorcerers, and necromancers asking, "On the nights that the crickets are chirping, I want you to turn off the stars and the moon, so they will sleep."   Each of his staff were capable of powerful magic, but none were powerful enough to quench the light of the stars and the moon.  

His staff knew that when the king asked for something, he expected it.  To tell him that something was impossible could mean exile or worse. They told him that they would put their heads together about how they were going to turn off the stars and moon and talk to him the next morning.  Impossible or not, they worked all night on coming up with a way to extinguish the light in the night sky.  Of course, they had no success.  In the wee hours of the morning, they thought of Frazier, a young sorcerer's apprentice.  They all agreed that Frazier was the smartest apprentice they had ever known, so they decided to see if he could help.

They summoned Frazier and explained the king's demand to him,  they watched his eyes twinkle as his mind searched for an answer.  In less than five minutes, Frazier had come up with a solution!   Click here for the rest of the story...  (no link, please read on)

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Would YOU have clicked?   I would have clicked, how about you?  Your comment below would be appreciated.

'For the rest of the story, click here'....or...for the rest of the story see Author's Bio, resource box, etc. .is the next line that you or I should have for an online article.  "The Rest of the Story" or "The Cliffhanger" is a marketing tactic that can have an extremely high click through rate.  This strategy also works well on "how to's" and can be adapted to just about any sales presentation.  Try this strategy, it works.

I won't leave you dangling, my friends.  

The next morning, the king's staff with Frazier at the rear, approached the king.  Marlin (a distant relative of Merlin) began, "We have come to realize, your eminence, that sailors and other travelers are dependent on the stars and many animals need at least a small amount of light at night to hunt."  

As Marlin spoke, he reached inside his robe and pulled out a box.  "We have however, came up with a solution."  and he handed the box to King Adolph.  Inside the box were the first set of earplugs, thanks to Frasier's genius, the king also found the first pair of night shades."  

Thank you for reading, my friends, and may I remind you that impossible is often temporary.

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