Sharp Business Practice in Ebook Sales

Today I’d like to tell you a short story about a product I brought and my experience of the process.

I’m not going to name the product or the marketer behind it, just the general principles, which I hope are ones that most people reading this will not try to emulate in their business.

The product was a bundle of fresh PLR e-books, put on sale for the first time. Something like 30 of them in different categories, with a selection of Internet Marketing Titles being of the most interest to me.

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Low Ticket Item Strategies

Last time I posted I wrote about the advantages of selling products for higher prices.

Namely, the additional income far outweighs the fewer sales.

So why would you ever want to sell products for a lower price?

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High and Low Ticket Items

As a member of Earn1KADay, I find it probably the source on the Internet for interesting discussions relevant to Internet Marketing.

As it’s a private forum I can’t reveal the exact contents here, but I recently read an interesting discussion about high and low value ticket items, as tested by a number of forum members.

The results may surprise you.

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Ping Your RSS Feed For Traffic

If you don’t already do so, it’s well worth incorporating RSS feeds into your traffic generation strategies.

There are RSS feeds all around us. For instance, if you have a YouTube channel, you can generate an RSS feed from it. If you have an EzineArtcles account you have an RSS feed. If you have a blog (like this one) you have another.

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Should We Pay For Stuff?

Seth Godin recently made an interesting post, regarding Internet Marketers and the considerations we make every day about whether to pay for stuff:

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