I have a hard copy book currently and I am going to publish an e-book version shortly. What disclaimer do you put in your e-books? Here is the current disclaimer I have in the hard copy. Do you think this is sufficient for the e-book or should I update it?
All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted
in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying,
recording or by any information storage and retrieval system,
without written permission from the author, except for the inclusion of
brief quotations in a review.
Hello, I've been around a bit looking for ways to make money online and I've been sucked into the MLM business which you join and then you have to get others to join by telling them how much money you make.
After looking at that its not for me. So what can I do to make money?
I'm no stranger to online business, but I AM new to Facebook Advertising. I've read about it extensively, bought courses, and still I struggle with it.
This holiday season I'm helping a local no-kill shelter (that does amazing work for homeless animals that would otherwise be euthanized) with their fundraising. They have a unique cat related product that is a great impulse item for cat lovers. I've offered to help them try to market it on FB.
I need your advice about my new article. The thing is that yesterday i published new article which covers one of the products in details which was once mentioned in my website. Today i checked the rankings and found that old article is already ranking #33, however new article is somewhere behind. How do you think google might consider it as a duplicate content or not ?