Protect Your E-book Files!

Written by Wayne Perkins

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After you create your article "3 Ways to Win At Poker" withrepparttar usual 4 line author bi-line atrepparttar 108501 bottom ofrepparttar 108502 page, create another file based onrepparttar 108503 article titled "3 Great Ways to Win At Poker." Make sure you list resources, references and links over to your website or to more product pages and more information about you.

This file will be called your "infoproduct" or information product.

If you are lazy and just want to userepparttar 108504 exact same file as you used as your free article, that is okay as well.

Once you understand howrepparttar 108505 encryption system works, you will understand how beneficial it is to allow people to purchase your articles.

Assign a price of $3.95 to your Infoproduct.

Now for a summary of what you have so far.

1. Article...used to market your e-book that you give away for FREE

2. E-book ...which is your basic product. You will charge $9.95 each

3. Infoproduct that you advertise in your e-book selling for $3.95


Now here isrepparttar 108506 good stuff and this is why I make sure I format in Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF. I also keep all of my files smaller than 500 kilobytes in size to allow delivery via e-mail withoutrepparttar 108507 use of Zip files or other confusing helper programs.

My newest products are all text files that are small in size and can be read on any computer without any special software requirements.


You now have your encryption system in place


Picture this...Atrepparttar 108508 current time, you are watching a 2-hour hockey game.

While you are watching TV an Internet surfer, Jack Sprat, locates your website article.

(1) Jack Sprat readsrepparttar 108509 article about your 3 gambling tips and thinks it's great.

(2) He goes to your website and purchases your e-book for $9.95

(3) He loves it so much that he sends it to his whole "Gamblers Anonymous" data base with over one million strong. This takes place inrepparttar 108510 time span of one hour! Jack Sprat knows nothing about copyright laws. He is just so happy to share your expertise with his friends!

Over one million e-mail recipients receiverepparttar 108511 attachment but only 10% or 100,000 people read about your tips. The other 90% just hitrepparttar 108512 delete key on their computers. They are afraid of opening any e-mail attachments.

Over 100,000 read your e-book for free and 10% or 10,000 readers are so moved that they decide to click on over to your website and purchase your "Infoproduct" for only $3.95 each.

(Remember that your infoproduct is your free article with a price tag on it.

Your gross sales for one hour's work = $39509.95

(1) 0 X 100,000 = $0.00 Your E-book Sales (2) $9.95 X 1= $9.95 Jack Sprat's E-book sale (3) $3.95 X 10,000= $39509.95 Infoproduct sales

You made $39509.95 in one hour. Since your E-book ordering system is on automatic pilot, you never talked to a single customer or took product out of your inventory.

You are halfway done withrepparttar 108513 hockey game and haven't even turned on your computer.

You also have 100,000 People talking about you at this very minute.

Are you excited yet?


Your fame and fortune encryption system continues on...


Remember those 10,000 people who paid $3.95 forrepparttar 108514 special report after reading your e-book for free?

One person out of that group, Sylvia Wiss isrepparttar 108515 only dishonest person out ofrepparttar 108516 10,000 . She purchasedrepparttar 108517 special report for $3.95 and decides to send your $3.95 special report to one million of her friends. She sends it torepparttar 108518 "National Association forrepparttar 108519 Preservation of Gambling" million strong. Sylvia too, is Internet savvy and blasts out your Infoproduct to a million people in only one hour.

Like inrepparttar 108520 above example only 10% ofrepparttar 108521 group or 100,000 read it. The rest consider it Spam or e-mail that should be deleted. 10% of that group or 10,000 love your Infoproduct. They love it so much that they purchase your featured e-book that was advertised inrepparttar 108522 Infoproduct that was just stolen. Remember your "101 Winning Poker Strategies" Price 9.95?

Sylvia's efforts have resulted in 10,000 E-books, selling at $9.95 each, which equal $99,500 plusrepparttar 108523 original $3.95 sale ofrepparttar 108524 Infoproduct to Sylvia Wiss.

Congratulations to your top salespeople!

Jack Sprat 's efforts created $39,509.95 in total sales. The total time elapsed is only one hour.

Sylvia Wiss brought you $99,503.95 in a time frame of one hour Your total sales forrepparttar 108525 day: $139,013.90 The total time that expired during this process is just two hours

I wonder how much money you will have earned inrepparttar 108526 next 40 hours?

There is one more question I will leave with you to think over. At what point do you contact an attorney and ask about copyright violations by Jack and Sylvia?

While you are thinking that over, I am going to see if there is anything else I can watch on television.

My E-book Fame and Fortune Encryption System is still operating.

Good luck.

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Wayne Perkins is the best selling author of "A Cheap and Easy Guide to Self-publishing E-books" and presents teleseminars on how to sell information on-line. Wayne Perkins, Hypnotism Education Website is a top pick on Yahoo.

Wayne's mission in life is to help you achieve your mission in life.

Learn how to create, protect and sell your e-book files:

Benefits of Creating Corporate E-books

Written by Colin Ong TS

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Step 3: [Chooserepparttar links] Creating a corporate e-book is to enable you to transmit your ideals and expertise to your customers. The buzzword here is loyalty. Thus it is crucial that links like “feedback to us” and “join our mailing-list” be included inrepparttar 108500 e-book.

Step 4: [Recruit them] You should also invite people who download your e-book to consider working for your organization. This idea is not as simplistic as it seems. You can include a requirement thatrepparttar 108501 person has to provide details about his qualifications before given permission to downloadrepparttar 108502 e-book. You can easily program unsuitable candidates to receive your corporate e-book and not get an online job application form.

Step 5: [Greater staff participation] Asrepparttar 108503 idea of a corporate e-book gets passed around, you have to encourage your staff to contribute ideas and articles to create inter-departmental e-books. This is useful if future job seekers want to find out more about working in a specific department.

Step 6: [E-Commerce anyone?] Many participants for our talks about e-books do not realize that there is a market forrepparttar 108504 sale of corporate e-books. If your organization has a talented workforce, it will not be a surprise if their corporate e-books can be sold andrepparttar 108505 remuneration can be a reward for their effort. Many foreign MNCs have also established a separate department for marketing and distributing of corporate e-books. To find out more, you can check out

Step 7: [Get it in print] The e-book has finally gone full circle! The idea of puttingrepparttar 108506 corporate e-books to print is to improverepparttar 108507 sense of loyalty and belonging to your corporation. You can also include a sypnosis ofrepparttar 108508 corporate e-books in your company’s annual report.

Colin Ong TS is the Managing Director of MR=MC Consulting Pte Ltd ( He is a prolific writer on HR , Corporate Learning and New Technology issues. His writings have appeared in a number of global portals ( He has recently launched a free learning portal at which was featured in the recent Singapore Learning Festival. For free articles and advice, please email

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