Ebook Review: How to Write and Publish Your Own eBook in as little as 7 days

Written by Andy George


Ebook Review: How to Write and Publish Your Own eBook in as little as 7 days

By: Andy George

Jim Edwards and Joe Vitale who are both well known inrepparttar Internet online industry wrote this eBook. The 2004 version of this book is 206 pages long though it should be mentioned that less than 100 pages are concentrated onrepparttar 108371 theme ofrepparttar 108372 eBook whereasrepparttar 108373 rest ofrepparttar 108374 eBook involves interviews with various successful eBook authors (inrepparttar 108375 eyes of Edwards and Vitale) and bonus reports.

I believe that Edwards and Vitale were wrong to follow this approach since when one tries to overkill with respect to information,repparttar 108376 result is opposite torepparttar 108377 one intended sincerepparttar 108378 reader may be confused even more and in my opinionrepparttar 108379 eBook would have been more effective if it was shorter and did not includerepparttar 108380 interviews with these authors whose approaches were different. Perhaps Vitale and Edwards should have soldrepparttar 108381 interviews byrepparttar 108382 eBook experts as a separate eBook.

The 7-day eBook was written in an unorthodox style in that it was written in a “chatty” style rather than in a formal manner. To be fair torepparttar 108383 authors this did help in maintainingrepparttar 108384 interest ofrepparttar 108385 reader.

How to Eliminate Credit Card Refunds from 'Digital Thieves'.

Written by George Papazoglou


Can you encounterrepparttar number of times where a Credit Card Sale was generated, only to receive a "Refund Notification" from your contracted e-commerce processor on behalfrepparttar 108370 "customer"?

Welcome torepparttar 108371 electronic world of "cyber-shoplifting".

Unscrupulous people, disguised as potential "customers", systematically opt to ordering goods (using credit cards) in electronic form of delivery, only to request a refund minutes or days later after receivingrepparttar 108372 product.

The "cyber thieves" consentrepparttar 108373 well-known "loophole" of specific e-commerce processors who deploy a "no questions asked" refund policy.

Some... might concur torepparttar 108374 predicament that a "liberal refund policy" boosts sales, but it is statistically verified that these claims are unthinkingly based gross sales figures, where refunds are *not* accumulated to extractrepparttar 108375 "net profit" (minus refunds).

In numerous cases,repparttar 108376 cyber thieves (or else called freebie hunters) automate their thievery, by using pre-made templates to ask for a refund, in order to save time and reap as many digital products as possible, for gratis.

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