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Ebook Details
Title: The Ultimate SuperTip: Harvel Segal Reveals His Unmissable Number One Guru Secret
Author: Harvey Segal
File Size: 1.16MB Unzipped.
Format: Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)
Number of Pages: 38
Subject: Easy, free ways to promote a product online.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: How to Sell ANY product
Chapter 3: The Ingenious Twist
Chapter 4: Tools To Help You
Chapter 5: The Amazing Viral Bonus
Price: $0

The Ultimate SuperTip is a fast read, and provides a few tips on promoting products online, such as offering free ebooks and submitting related articles to ezines. There’s not much new information for experienced marketers, and not enough detail for newbies.

There’s a little fluff and some hype, but The Ultimate SuperTip makes no bones about it being a viral ebook in itself. In fact, that’s basically the entire point of the ebook; to demonstrate firsthand how a viral ebook can generate income. At the end of the ebook you have the opportunity to order a package deal for $10 in which you can promote the ebook as an affiliate thus perpetuating the viral aspect.

The Ultimate SuperTip is a freebie, and you don’t even have to give your name & email to download it, so there’s really no harm in reading it for yourself. It is a great example of the ultimate viral ebook. But if you’re looking for detailed information on promotion, this isn’t it.


Top Secret Magic Code

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Top Secret Magic Code

Top Secret Magic Code

Ebook Details
Top Secret Magic Code: Add Just 1 Line of Code to Any Site And Money Pours Into Your Pocket!
Author: Dr Jon Cohen II
File Size: unknown
Format: unknown
Number of Pages:  unknown
Subject:  Top Secret Magic Code explains how to earn revenue from advertisers other than using Adsense.
Table of Contents:  unknown

I learned about “Top Secret Magic Code” but didn’t want to shell out the $47+ it’s currently selling for, so I did a little Google search and found this review that explains just what the “Top Secret Magic Code” actually is: Top Secret Magic Code Review. I’m glad I saved my money!


Dylan Loh's Profiting Tips

Dylan Loh's Profiting Tips

Ebook Details
Title: Dylan Loh’s Profiting Tips: How to Realistically Create Your Hands-Free Autopilot Income Stream Within 7 Days
Author: Dylan Loh
File Size: 130kb Unzipped.
Format: Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)
Number of Pages: 9
Subject: Article Submission and Adwords
Table of Contents: None

This ebook promises to teach you “How to Realistically Create Your Hands-Free Autopilot Income Stream Within 7 Days.” I received it as a freebie promo. If I were to sell it, I’d probably list it for $1.97. (Surprisingly, I found this free ebook to be better than the author’s previous ebook I paid $9.97 for!)

There are a few typos, probably because English is not the author’s first language. Otherwise, the report is quite readable, and contains little to no hype & fluff. The author devotes one page to an introduction, but the remaining 7 pages are pure information.

Both tips are easy to implement, especially for those who already have a website or a product to promote. Neither tip would be new to experiences webmasters, but newbies would find them useful.

Bottom line: A short read, well worth the free download to see if the tips are new to you.


Secret Google Tactics

Secret Google Tactics


Ebook Details
: Secret Google Tactics: The Secret Google Tactics That You Can Use to Siphon Money From Both Adwords And Adsense!
Author: Dylan Loh
File Size: 195kb Unzipped.
Format: Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)
Number of Pages: 35
Subject: Google AdWords and Google AdSense.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Getting Started
Chapter 2: Getting Paid
Chapter 3: Keyword Selection
Chapter 4: Writing Your Adsense Sites
Chapter 5: Adsense Arbitrage
Price: $9.97 

“I’m going to let you in on a little known secret combining two of the web’s most powerful money making systems.”

I couldn’t resist this ebook’s promise of telling me a new way to make gobs of money using AdSense and AdWords, so I plunked down my $9.97. (The price has now increased.) The highly effective sell-page convinced me to buy, which in itself is proof that the page is well-written. Too bad the actual ebook isn’t.

Ebooks filled with typos always turn me off; it tells me the author didn’t take the time to review his own work. And when the sell-page is far better written than the actual ebook, it makes me suspect the author was more interested in separating you from your money than creating an excellent product.

Although Secret Google Tactics contains relatively few typos, it is at times so poorly worded as to make it nearly incoherent. I had to read some paragraphs several times in order to understand what the author was attempting to say. The main problem, however, is a jumbled mix of topics. For instance, he spends a handful of paragraphs explaining what AdWords is, followed by a paragraph beginning with the statement, “Now since we talked about AdWords, we will tell you about AdSense.” This is followed by three general statements about Google, followed by several paragraphs explaining more about AdWords, not AdSense. I believed the author when he said he would now explain AdSense, so when I instead found myself reading more about AdWords, my first thought was that the author himself was confusing the two.

The ebook contains the usual amount of hype and fluff, such as statements like, “That’s a great question and I am going to answer it,” and the author is inconsistent with pronouns, switching between “we” “I” and “you” in the same paragraph, but these are minor issues compared to the overall unreadability.

I was already familiar with AdWords and AdSense prior to buying this ebook, and have read several other internet marketing ebooks, so none of the information imparted by the author was anything new or secret. If I hadn’t known anything about these subjects before, this ebook could have provided a nice overview if it hadn’t been for its poor writing.

Bottom line: the author promises a lot and delivers little. He’s from Singapore, therefore English is not his first language, which would explain the jumbled sentences. If he revises it to make it more understandable, the report may be worth paying under $10 for.

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