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After 100,000 Sales, Make Your Site Sell EBook Is Now Free

October 7, 2006 by  

Make Your Site Sell is an excellent ebook written by Ken Evoy, said to be one of the most successful Internet Marketers online.

It cost me USD29.95 to get my hands on this superb ebook but now you can get for free!

This ebook has sold more than 100,000 since its launched in 1999 and was described as “The Bible of selling on the Net”.

The most important idea I’ve learned from the ebook is the “Big 3” variables (product, site-selling, traffic building) which evolved into a more powerful process that become known as

Content > Traffic > PreSell > Monetize

This concept has helped me make tons of money online because all the uncertainties are unraveled into these four clear and concise definitions. It has helped me realizes the important “variables” that can make or break my business.

However simply reading the ebook won’t make you successful, unless you do the single most importing thing to ensure your success online – take action now!

So why Ken is giving away this ebook for free? Obviously he has had so much success with Site Build It – that he can afford to give away a big selling ebook.

Click here to download the ebook.

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Comment by TheWheeler
2006-11-03 20:51:49

One great example of awesome marketing! Just watch and learn!

 
Comment by Steve Wong
2006-12-01 01:37:42

it is really a great book. I have downloaded a copy few days ago, thanks a lot friend :)

 
Comment by adrian lee
2008-07-15 16:51:50

Thanks. Appreciate this. Glad I finally found this blog. I heard/read about it, and then forget the address and name.

 
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