Make Your Knowlege Sell!

Want to know what some consider perhaps the best way to make great money online?

Selling your knowledge!

“But how do I do that?”

Glad you asked…

Let’s say you are an expert gardener.  You know all about
bulbs, fertilizers, and watering techniques.

Why not take that knowledge and turn it into an e-book?

There are some super advantages to having an electronic book
(or other e-good) that you can sell online…

o Online-immediate-delivery (no shipping to deal with)

o Easy to update at any time

o Transaction and fulfillment takes place automatically

o Very low manufacturing cost (how about zero cost?).

It all adds up to a super way to monetize any site, but it
works especially well with an SBI! site.

Why?

Because once you attract traffic interested in your niche, what better way to monetize than to give them exactly what they came for in the first place… more information!

And Make Your Knowledge Sell! is the perfect step-by-step guide for how to do just that download the e-book Make Your Knowledge Sell!

Up until today, SBI has been selling it for $49.95.

It includes…

o how to find profitable ideas

o how to package your e-book

o how to write for an e-book

o how to price your e-book

o how to market your e-book.

Did you notice the part above where I said, “up until today, SBI has been selling it for $49.95”?

Well, now it’s FREE.  Once you’ve got your idea use SBI to create your website. Check out “why-you-should-build-an-SBI!-site” here: Info Publishing with SBI.

If you need help writing content for your e-book or just don’t have the time to do it yourself than have Direct Marketing Rx do it for you. Don’t delay complete the Contact Us form now or call 805-549-8917 or stop by www.directmarketingrx.com today.

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Published in: on July 14, 2008 at 7:26 pm  Comments (1)  
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  1. I’m curious, how many e-books have you purchased? I have never bought one.

    I like the idea, but I guess the crowd I run with don’t by e-books. I’ve never once had anyone boast about their purchase of an e-book.


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