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Please where do i get a free "Download here" link, i can use for my eBook on my website and how do i incorporate it with the eBook on my site?
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  • Profile picture of the author suzebiz
    Can't you get an image from Google images and just include the image source code of that image with your html link of your checkout?
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  • Profile picture of the author angelguy
    It's a free eBook, that i want People to download for free, how can i get it a "Free Download here" to use for my eBook
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  • Profile picture of the author thedanbrown
    You should give it away through an opt-in box to build your list and then just have the actual file on the Thank-You page
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    • Profile picture of the author Exel
      Originally Posted by thedanbrown View Post

      You should give it away through an opt-in box to build your list and then just have the actual file on the Thank-You page
      This is good advice.

      However, if you just want to give an ebook for download, you should upload it
      to your hosting account and get the link (e.g. yourdomain.com/yourebook.pdf).

      Then you need to enter your ebook download link on your page and then replace
      the ebook hyperlink text with HTML image code.

      This could be a bit tricky if you know nothing about HTML, but here is a simple
      guide how that should look like: HTML Image Hyperlink
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  • Profile picture of the author WebPen
    You're asking for a Download Now button, right?

    Or a Buy Now button?

    If you sell through directly through PayPal or JVZoo (maybe DigiResults- not sure), they give you HTML codes to different buttons you can use.
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  • Profile picture of the author John BR
    If after all these advises it is still download that you want to provide to your site visitors then at the very least let them download with a tweet. This will bring on the possibility of more traffic to your site, while you providing value to your readers.

    If you want to go ahead with this >>> PayWithATweet com.
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    • Profile picture of the author retsced
      Originally Posted by John BR View Post

      If after all these advises it is still download that you want to provide to your site visitors then at the very least let them download with a tweet. This will bring on the possibility of more traffic to your site, while you providing value to your readers.

      If you want to go ahead with this >>> PayWithATweet com.
      Great advice John.
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  • Profile picture of the author Takuya Hikichi
    1. Go to this page Wizard or http://freegraphiccreator.com/
    2. Change text from Add to Cart to Download Here Now (change blue to orange optionally)
    3. Download it to your computer
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  • Profile picture of the author rosetrees
    Without wishing to appear facetious, the best way to get a free link that says "Free download here" is to use the keyboard on your computer.

    Type the text, highlight it, use the hyperlink icon in whichever software/blogsite you are using and enter your download link (http://mysite.com/myfreedownload.pdf)
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  • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
    Searching Google images is bad advice. Most of the images you will find are protected by copyright. You may not get called out every time you swipe an image that does not belong to you, but the one time you do will be very costly.
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