Jeff Dedrick and Harvey Segal have been around IM for YEARS; they both have interesting platforms for distributing viral, rebrandable ebooks. Yet I never hear anything about them on Warrior Forum. I am very intent on implementing a viral ebook strategy and I would like a definitive opinion on these 2 potentially important resources before I move on.
I discovered Jeff Dedrick through some of Jason Fladlien's early material. The idea was that you could use one of Jeff's free websites as a platform for rebranding and distributing ebooks. Or as place to pick up free ebooks to rebrand and use yourself. It looked interesting but Jeff has so many interconnected programs and upsells that, especially as a newbie, I couldn't really reach a comfort level.
Harvey Segal has been around, sort of attached to the Clickbank marketplace--for years as well. He has a similar strategy to Jeff's --just less flashy.
The problem that I have with both of them is similar---they have so many interconnected pieces that it's hard to get a bead on how real any of it is or where to focus. Barring any solid insight from this thread, my likely solution will be just to try both systems out with easy to create products that I have a certain detachment from. Then I can see what happens and learn their systems from the "inside" Maybe I can report back to you all then.
In the meantime--does ANYONE have experience or insight working with the ebook distribution systems of Dedrick or Segal ? If you do---or if you have any thoughts on the potential of rebranding versus straight viral distribution---please share this here.