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Topic # 108809 5-Sep-2012 23:31
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Over the last couple of days iv been thinking about making my first eBook about google. I reckon it would be nice to sell it for $3.50 or lower. Also I think it could help my blog which is hiding in the corner.
I have been putting what should e in it in notes.
I have been only brainstorming. But what do you think?!? Comment below:)

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  Reply # 682110 6-Sep-2012 08:14
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It would need to contain alot of useful information, one of the benefits of books is all the information you want to know, and didn't know you were looking for is contained (unlike the Internet where USUALLY you have to search for information separate), just make sure you include revision notations as the information will change over time. If you don't mind putting the time and effort into it with a goal of making little or no profit then it's the best thing to do, as there is no guarantee of sales. You could market it to students however possibly doing research about the company or the use of its resources.




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  Reply # 682112 6-Sep-2012 08:17
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Thanks for the tip.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 682238 6-Sep-2012 12:20
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What is the book about?

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  Reply # 682306 6-Sep-2012 13:15
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gzt: What is the book about?

AnonymousGeek: ...making my first eBook about google. ...

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  Reply # 682308 6-Sep-2012 13:19
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lol. well it's a bit like saying you are going to write a book about computers. wide topic.

where is your blog btw?



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  Reply # 682456 6-Sep-2012 17:06
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Anonym0us.netne.net I will buy a domain soon when my blog gets more attention!

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