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New Resell eBooks, Trivia & 4400+ Product Package 4-27-15


Hello Everyone,

We are now offering a 4600+ resell product inventory package for only $99.95.  Check it out today!

Our new resell products this week include a WordPress weight loss blog, how to price your products for more sales, and getting more traffic to your affiliate campaigns.  We also have how to think like an internet millionaire, folklore of the Azore Islands, PLR articles and more.

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All the following resell ebooks and other products are just $1.00 each and can be resold at any price.  Please feel free to email me if you have any questions about any of the products or about getting started with your own successful ebook business.

Silhouette Collection (web development and design)

Proven Pricing Strategies (business)

Traffic Commando (affiliate marketing)

Internet Millionaire Mind Hacks (internet marketing)

50 Green Energy PLR Articles (private label rights articles)

The Islands of Magic (folklore)

Constraint Crusher (make money online)

WP Weight Loss Advice Blog (WordPress)

Turbo Video Genie (software)


Trivia Challenge

Be the third person to send in the correct answer and win a free ebook of your choice!
Good luck!

Last week’s trivia:

Q: What is the best way to escape the jaws of a crocodile?

A: Poke is eyes out and the jaws should immediately open

This week’s trivia:

Who was the actress playing the T1000 as it imitates Sarah Connor near the end of Terminator 2?


Marketing Quick Tip

Where to Place Your Link – A detail as small as where you place your link within your tweet can make a difference on the impact the tweet makes.  Most people tend to put their link at the end of the post but reports have shown this is not the most effective placement.  Research shows that your link will get the highest CTR (click-thru rate) when placed  ¼ of the way into your tweet.  Links will work at the end of the tweet but not as much as when placed at the first quarter.  The second most effective placement would be in the 98% area of the tweet.  You can read more details in the report by Dan Zarella.  He did this study based on 200,000 random tweets with links.



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