If I create a guide on a game, or an existing product, do I have to list it as the "unofficial guide" or do I need to create a catchy product name like "Super Mario Bros Secrets" (I'm not doing a guide on Super Mario) or something? Is it illegal or frowned upon if I were to just list it as the "Super Mario Bros guide?" Only reason I'm asking is because I was walking through Barnes and Noble and noticed every guide for a video game by and independent author was labeled the "Unofficial guide for xxxxx game" Sounds silly, but I just want to make sure I do this correct.
Second, I have plans for a sales page, but I don't want it to look like the average run of the mill squeeze page with arrows and silly sales video's explaining why you have to have my guide. Not knocking anyone that does this, just simply asking is it possible to have a high selling product without all the over-the-top BUY THIS NOW arrows and what not?
Third, while writing my guide in Word, it just looks, let's say, like a high school project (albeit a damn good High School project.) I had plans to pay someone to convert my content into a sweet looking PDF, but is that really all that necessary? Are my standards just too high and most Clickbank E-book's look like they could be well thought out high school projects anyways?
Lastly, any other advice for me? I have been pounding the nail trying to make money online for the past 4 years, and after making a whopping $80.00 through ClickBank, I did the only sensible thing I felt I could do, and that's to quit my garbage $13.00 / hr job to start pursuing this full time, so any advice would be great!