more questions – tying a mojo, how-to, product instructions

Q: What is [fill in name of oil] used for?

A: I have a page in my ebay store that explains some of them, and many of them have info in the listings.  Eventually I will finish writing up the complete list and make it available on my webpage, but I can’t make any promises about when that will happen 🙂  Here’s the list of conditions/formulas.  The neat thing about hoodoo condition oils is that they are almost always named for the condition they "treat," so many don’t really need long descriptions.  Money Drawing. Get A Job.  Crown of Success.  Simple and sweet.

Q: Are you aware that [so and so] is [copying your items, has text that mirrors yours closely, has cut and pasted an entire blog entry or page of yours]?

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response to client query on Commanding vs. Compelling formulas

In reference to a love working that needs a little kick in the rear end:

Honestly, there is not a whole lot of difference in the “backbone” of the two formulas (the “soup stock” ingredients ref. the getting people to do what you want are the same, they just have different “spices” in these two formulas) — the compelling has an additional “you *owe* me this” note to it, which you may or may not feel is appropriate; the commanding is less “equitable,” less “chatty,” and more “do my bidding now, I command you.”  It’s more, well, “commanding.”  It has more mastery in it and thus it sets up a dominant/subordinate sort of interaction.  So it’s really up to you, whichever set of “spices” you want in the mix.  Kaliprix would work for you too (or Come to Me which is a “lighter” option, less “demanding.”)