Every company has a “fast lane” or a number one road or feeder ramp of traffic, clients, and customers. For some people, it’s radio. Some people write books and at the end of the book they sell you something. The books are their feeder ramps. Some people blog and at every tenth blog post, they make an offer for a product. Their blog is their feeder ramp. Some people speak from stage and sell stuff at the end of a 90-minute presentation. Their speech is their avenue. But what if your number one feeder ramp was closed? Learn the four-part guide to continue streams of revenue even when your number one growth avenue gets shut down.