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eBook Covers: Think Outside the Binding

eBook covers are digitally crafted graphics designed to make your eBook PDF look like more than just 35 pages in a Microsoft Word document. Your hum-drum file will turn into a work of art when you create eBook covers for your digital products. But eBook covers aren’t just about one 3D graphic with a front cover and a binding. Depending on the product you want to sell, you might need multiple covers in different sizes as well as different binding types. For instance, workbooks and study guides might sell better if they look like they’re spiral bound in the picture. If you include ...

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Creating a Product (Made Easy)

One problem many of my readers and clients have, is having the ability to create a brand new product that they can give away free on their blog. I’ve touched on this a few times, but I’d just like to give a better overview, of how you can build a product (eBook or digital guide) in just a few minutes/hours depending on your level of ability. The best way to look at this, is that the time you invest in this product creation, will be rewarded for as long as you provide the product to your clients. The first thing ...

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Physical vs. Digital

We see eBooks all over the internet now, and even the giants like Amazon have their Kindle downloads etc. The developers for the gurus are forever inventing new ways for you to access content: protected PDF, community based member access area, and more. One method you may not have even contemplated, is physical product selling.

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More Copyright Fun!

Again, I’ve had a few emails about Blackhatters who have stolen some of our readers’ content and put it on forums available to the public. We covered this with a few methods at the beginning of the month, with an article called Piracy? All is not lost. It seems, however, that we need a little more in our armoury for this type of behaviour, so I’ve some more tips for you guys today. One of the best tricks I’ve seen with this type of copyright infringement (aside from the usual DMCA takedowns) is rewarding people who actually steal the content! ...

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High Value Resources

When you are building your website, you should seriously consider a resource section which encourages outbound links to websites that are seriously big in PageRank. This does a lot for you in the eyes of Google, such as the TrustRank factor, and also does a lot for your visitors. The trick is finding out what people are looking for on .edu or .gov websites, which you can tie into. The link is not always apparent and you may have to draw a few nice brainstorming diagrams before you discover a way to do it – but it is worth it.

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