Push Button Marketer

By | January 23, 2009

Update: When we launched this product, we had no idea that an entire industry would latch onto our concept, and create dozens (hundreds?) of scammy push-button type of software programs in the years to follow. Our product is nothing like the “one click” scam products that followed it. Ours is actually based on a worldwide best-selling macro software (Macro Express) which has proven itself in many industries over the past decade, and we paid over $25,000 to license the technology. So please don’t confuse Push Button Marketer with all the junk that came after it.


Today I’m launching a new product called Push Button Marketer.

The product is actually the brainchild of my friend and brother-in-law, Micah Stover.

For the past few years, Micah has been helping me with various things behind the scenes, like email, customer support, and site management.

He is a fanatic when it comes to productivity, and so he’s used a special customizable software program to automate a ton of the work that we do.

If you’re familiar with “macros”, that’s what I’m talking about. If you don’t know what a macro is, it’s basically a script that automatically does something for you on your computer.

In other words, a macro is a shortcut; and you can create unlimited shortcuts with our program.

We’ve long known that this is something that could greatly help other Internet marketers, so we’ve spent the past few months turning Micah’s system into a package that will enable anyone to implement our “productivity hacks”.

We’ve also added several new features to it, including tools that help you automate the process of tedious tasks like email, writing content, building websites, and much more.

How much time can it save? It really depends on how you much you apply it, but it is certainly worth taking the time to learn how to use it. We have literally used the program to do what would normally be an 8-hour job, with one click.

It can really free up a lot of your time that you normally spend doing tedious, repetitive tasks.

I recommend checking it out today at:

Push Button Marketer

And as always, you are welcome to leave your comments below.

Have a great day!

70 thoughts on “Push Button Marketer

  1. Joe

    Hi Eric,
    I recently purchased the Push Button program and it is awesome. I’ve looked through it and still need to view all of the videos. There is a slight learning curve but I think the more you use it the easier it will get. It’s a great product. Amazing!


  2. May


    Ericstips is great. It is very simple to understand. Thank you.

    Are your other videos accessible? Sometimes you refer to certain video and I want to look into them. Where can I find them.

    Thanks Again,

  3. Ivan

    Hi Steve,

    Just been reading through these posts posts and noticed yours mentioning the domain names.

    If you don’t plan on using them, I’d be glad to give you some money for them. (I noticed that they are still in passive/parked mode.)

    Of course if you plan on doing something with them (and I agree with Eric that you should as the product really rocks), no probs.

    But if time and your other projects are an issue and you feel you probably won’t get around to using them, feel free to contact me via my site’s contact form and we’ll work something out.




    Hi, Eric.

    I spent a long time reading and enjoying the power of Push Button Maketter. Great stuff, really. I would like to know if it does manage lists: does it work as an autoresponder, just like Getresponse and others?

    Also, can I install it on both my PC and laptop? I have several sites and they are not managed from the same computer, from the same place.


  5. Eric Post author

    You can use it for autoresponder type of tasks, particularly in Outlook. It can save a lot of time handling email. However, it is not a replacement for an autoresponder service such as Aweber.

    You need a seperate license for each computer. But I’ll tell ya what… we’ll throw in an extra license for your laptop. Just open a ticket after your purchase and reference this comment.

  6. David Abel

    Hi Eric,
    I am a loyal subscriber to your tips newsletter and have enough articles from you downloaded to last me years! But I am having a tough time deciding whether to buy the Push Button Marketer software! I am still at a very early stage in going the online marketing route and struggling terribly with the Affiliate side of things and most of all getting any ‘traffic’, trying to write articles every day is a nightmare!!
    Do you really think that this push button marketing software will shorten the time that I will generate my first income from this business?
    Or will it be a greater help later when my earnings are rolling in?
    I guess what I’m asking is,….is it just to help productivity to an established form of business or can a ‘start-up’ business really benefit from all that this program does?
    …and obviously there is a OTO on the backend too, will this also really benefit the total ‘newbie’?
    By the way i picked up some free ‘review’ templates, will this program be able to create new content on these ‘templates’ or will I have to copy and paste the ‘reviews’ created by your program to the templates?

    Keep up the good work and your information is top notch!

  7. Eric Post author

    Thanks. Will PBM help you generate your first income from your business faster? Not necessarily. but it does help you get things done faster. So if you already know how to make money online, it can increase your efficiency and productivity, which may translate into more income and/or getting it quicker.

    It can definitely help productivity for any stage of business, including start up. But that doesn’t mean that start ups can just press a button and make money.

    As far as it helping a newbie… It really doesn’t discriminate between newbies and experts. Newbies can benefit just as much. But what matters is if you have a good computer aptitude with a willingness to try new things and take the time to learn how to put the software to work for you. There is a learning curve, but it obviously pays off over time as the software does more work for you.

    Essentially, the software can do anything you program it to do. So you could tell it to paste the reviews into the templates for you.


  8. Micah

    Thank you for your question! Push Button Marketer is designed to work with Windows XP.

    PBM also works with Windows Vista, Vista 64, 2003, XP, 2000, NT 4, Me, 98 or 95!

  9. Paul Palmer

    Hello guys,

    I have bought Push Button Marketer resale rights with your just7days website promotion. I am a retired computer programmer so I was very attractive to the product. I am new to internet marketing so this is very first product I am selling.

    Thank you for your email, tutorial and tips – http://just7days.com/pbmresellertutorial/. It helped me get the first version of my website up and running.

    I am impressed by the completeness of the material for building the website. Your tutorials and tips enabled me to complete site in just two days including connection to Paypal.

    Now I have to get traffic to my site. Next,
    I plan to build a support membership site around Push Button Marketer to help people use the product and create their own macros.


  10. Gary Riding

    I am a late comer to this product, but really enjoy playing about with it. Is the support desk still open, because I have a specific question about something that is driving me mad, but is probably easdy to solve?

  11. Micah

    Hello Gary,

    Push Button Marketer will continue to be supported. Just let us know your questions at the helpdesk, and we’ll do our best to help you!

  12. Andres

    I’m using this product every day for 2 or 3 years now and it is very good, although the video is very hypey. I use it a lot to automate logins and some other tasks, but you can’t automate a lot of things, since many things require manual intervention. Add DeepFreeze to this and you could automate a LOT of things.

    It would be very useful if the macro marketer con decide different paths of action based on variables, as real programming languages.

    Example: if the search results have this site, then do this search, else do that…

  13. Bill

    I was wondering who Mikah is,but now I know.I really have enjoyed your last couple of lessons,but I was wondering if you have some software that you use to create websites or do you do them yourself?My next question would be,do you use HTML to do the whole website or do you skip from one to the other because some site are easier todo some things than others.Oh and congratulations on having another child,I know I am way behind since you did these lessons in 2008 and 2009 and here I am just now learning your lessons. Thank You From Texas

    1. Eric Post author

      These days I build most of my websites with WordPress. The exception is simple sales page sites, for which I typically just use HTML. Thanks Bill. Fortunately I intentionally made these lessons as “evergreen” as possible so they are still relevant. Information marketing still works as well today in 2013 as it did back in 2008 when I started the lesson series.

  14. Dr Bruce Rae

    I cannot find the “Instant Email Series” macro you demonstrated in you TIP’S on Building a Relationship with your list!
    Does it exist because in the version I bought it is nowhere to be found. Here is a screenshot of your demo: http://prntscr.com/bc6t8c
    Dr Bruce Rae


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