Joined: 23 Mar 2004
|Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2007 8:30 am Post subject: Buying books I might not read
Issue 135: Feb 21, 2007
Harvey Segal, Editor
Hello SuperTips readers,
I've just found the secret of a super affiliate.
But alas it's no secret.
I have one affiliate Samuel Ng who consistently sells
one particular product. I always wondered how he managed
As a thank you I sent him copies of my 3 books about
He replied "I'll write a review and promote them just
like how I sell (other product) every month."
So that was it.
No secret - because that's what I've recommended again
and again in this newsletter.
I'll give Samuel another mention. Here is his blog
I keep coming across this new way of selling called Bum
Marketing but have not really had time to explore it.
So I was pleased to see that Toon Choi a regular helpful
member at my forum had taken the initiative and produced
"The Ultimate Bum Marketing Super Affiliate Guide" - at
a cost of a measly $7.
I expected that for that price it might be a sparse
report but for only $7 who cares - even if I only get
one small gem from it.
As it turns out the book is packed with useful content
so much so that I'll have to put it on hold while I
attend to other important work.
In fact it might never escape from my "To be read"
folder. And I might never indulge in Bum Marketing.
But I won't beat myself up over it, after all it's
only $7 at
And that's the secret of these $7 products that you see
springing up. You've nothing to lose by making even a
hasty purchase. You can actually recoup your purchase
many times by simply reselling the product on to others
- all you do is use a simple link.
In fact the book that started this trend - and provides
you with the reselling script if you want to create your
own $7 ebook or report - has become my quickest ever
It's $7 secrets at
Author Jonathan Leger has now come up with another great
idea. He has assembled and categorised a collection of
$7 books that you can resell in a new site.
Do NOT put this site in your "To be read" folder.
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