Those of us who regularly shop on line are familiar with the array of free gifts, free bonuses and just plain freebies that are offered to a visitor to a website to encourage them to buy. How could you collect, select and offer free gifts, which will be valued as much as the original merchandise that is being purchased, put these gifts together and add them to your E-book? There are just three steps to do that very thing. They are:
1. Identify your key words in each chapter of your E-book. Now, type those words into your favorite search engine. You are looking for free E-books on the same subject in more depth, by a greater expert than you are, or by someone who gives a new and fresh angle to the topic. Add a link to the free E-book in each chapter of your E-book.
2. Research the Internet for related free gifts. Now you are looking for things that you could give as free gifts in your E-book that will make it more appealing and give it more pass-along appeal to your readers. For example: If you are selling gardening supplies, find a planting guide on the web that can be downloaded and include that as a gift in your E-book.
3. Download the freebies. Visit the freebies pages on those web sites. Most sites have freebies and encourage you to distribute them.
Other key words I searched for are freebies, free E-books, and free reports and then gave the key word that I wanted the free stuff for. Like… “freebies for gardeners”.
Give your reader the vest that you can offer. Give them your book, additional reading material and free gifts to boot. Everybody loves a bargain!
Getting in Shape When Sitting For Long Spells
I have no concept that initially began the principle of getting in 10,000 steps a day as a way to get fit, but sometime in 2020, the suggestion began to get considerable press. The College of Minnesota assumed so much of the idea that this year (2020) they passed out cost-free pedometers to each and every single employee of the University. I initially read about 10,000 steps in a paper and then found out about it on the radio. I looked up pedometers on eBay and also purchased 2 step counters for five dollars each. I gave one of them to my wife who loved it but within a month had lost it. I handled to hang onto mine and it worked completely for 11 months prior to it finally stopped working.