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  • #16
    Originally posted by nathan
    When you say they make additions to PD products, essentially you get it, add a commentry at the beginning of it, get it published somewhere and sell it off with edited by *** or something similar?

    I understand the psychology of laziness, most people don't want to look for thing they prefer to be handed it.

    Another thought - if you modify a PD work, do you then have copyright on it?
    Yes. You can add value to it by either having a intro or by formatting it better or simply adding additional bonus material.

    I'll give you an example - Yanik Silver and Peter Woodhead sell 4 PD books at www.longlostmarketingsecrets.com for $47 without a reseller license and $199 for a reseller license!

    All that they are doing is just Marketing and doing it very-very well. I would highly recommend that you take a look at the site and how they are doing it. Also signup for their free autoresponder course, it does contain some excellent copywriting tips!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by pulse
      Yes. You can add value to it by either having a intro or by formatting it better or simply adding additional bonus material.

      I'll give you an example - Yanik Silver and Peter Woodhead sell 4 PD books at www.longlostmarketingsecrets.com for $47 without a reseller license and $199 for a reseller license!

      All that they are doing is just Marketing and doing it very-very well. I would highly recommend that you take a look at the site and how they are doing it. Also signup for their free autoresponder course, it does contain some excellent copywriting tips!

      I'm probably wrong but that site looks like a scam to me. Sorry

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      • #18
        Originally posted by nathan
        I'm probably wrong but that site looks like a scam to me. Sorry
        Which one? LongLostMarketingSecrets?!?!

        Well, It has Yanik Silver behind it and people recognize him as a brand!!! It's all about marketing!

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        • #19
          Originally posted by pulse
          Which one? LongLostMarketingSecrets?!?!

          Well, It has Yanik Silver behind it and people recognize him as a brand!!! It's all about marketing!
          Yeah it looks like one of those "get rich quick" scams. You know the Cory Rudel type of scam. "Make million on the Internet by buying my crap".

          The name Yanik Silver means absolutely nothing to me, sorry.

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          • #20
            Phony scam internet marketing

            Terry Dean, Joe Vitale, Yanik Silver and many others all have very similar looking sites and look to basically sell the same thing: A big pile of

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            • #21
              Yanik Silver and Jim Edwards do business together. This is taken from a review on amazon.com ""Jim Edwards is the kind of guy who was bankrupt in 2001 and decided that he wou

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              • #22
                Public domain content

                Hello all and thanks for allowing me to join the forum. I have been reading a little about the "public domain" ebooks and content. I saw the ads for Yanik Silver and a few others but never saw any hard facts. Like you said Kim, "If it looks and sounds like a scam..."
                Can any of you help me though? I think the idea of utilizing public domain content is a good one. I run several sites on fitness and weight loss. I am always looking for good content for my visitors. Everytime I do a search for PD content I end up with pages of Ads for programs. Can any of you maybe point me in the right direction? I appreciate the help.
                Thanks again!

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                • #23
                  Using public domain content is not a bad idea, the problem with it is that since it's so easy there will be a lot of people already using it. And, if you find good public domain content that nobody's used, and you become successful with it, people will copy you and you can't do anything about it because it's public domain. Other than that, and if you keep that in mind when forming your business plan, it's not a bad idea at all.
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                  • #24
                    Peter,
                    Thank you and I agree strongly with you. I guess I just feel that it may be a starting point. Since it is PD content, if it is what I am looking for, I can integrate it with my own information to make it more effective and unique. Are there any good, reliable sources out there for PD content other than literary works?

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                    • #25
                      Internet marketing Yanik

                      This is for scammers and spammers
                      Originally posted by Kim
                      You are right this site looks like a scam. I am sure that if it looks like a scam it most likely is. There is nore surefire way of knowing. This company is not public so it would very difficult to find any reliable information on the claims it makes. There are dozens of these scam sites and they all look identical. They all have many phony looking and outragous testomonials. They all aspouse a secret to wealth and they all have information that can obtained for free at any library in the united states. Alot of these operations are run from outside the US so that Us laws do not apply. Stay away from scams.

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                      • #26
                        Re: marketing to generate a modest income

                        Ad Revenues as well as affiliate programs can be and certainly are a source of income online but what I am attempting to stress is that you should not have them as your sole source of revenue.
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