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No, I Won't Buy Your eBook

by Scott Dwight

Why won't readers buy your book? Because it stinks, that's why. This short ebook points out the errors of your ways, and inspires you to fix your book so it will sell, or at least be readable. There are two...

Before Your First Gig

by Steve Dustcircle

Many bands form quickly, jam out a few tunes, write a song or two, and wish to immediately hit the stage. This guide will help new bands develop a plan to network, form an online presence, and get their songs...

What Makes You Do Marketing Rather Than Selling

by Sven Hyltén-Cavallius

I am astounded with how many people there are in the internet marketing niche that tries to sell to you the latest and greatest new product supposed to make you rich quick. There are countless of sales letters...

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Going Into Business Vs Looking for a Way to Get Rich Quick

by Sven Hyltén-Cavallius

I want to start with making an example. If your neighbor has a kid, would you start producing diapers or gruel just to sell to them, to continue in the same track will you in 6 year's time start selling pencils...

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Yoga in a Pill: The Marketing, Use, and Regulation of Pharmaceutical Drugs, Cigarettes, and Food

by Rodney Ohebsion

Drug companies want you to use as many pills as possible. Restaurants and food manufacturers want you to eat as much of their food as possible. They see the world from the perspective of "How can we sell people...

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Plug Your Book! Online Book Marketing for Authors, Book Publicity through Social Networking

by Steve Weber

Word of mouth is the only thing that can make a book really successful. Until recently, this required “pull”—connections with powerful allies in the publishing food chain. Today, creative writers can connect...

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