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Mark,

I thank you so much for your rapid response. I know there are many online scams and/or fraud. I also understand affiliate marketing. Question of the Day.......How do I sell your E-book?

I have parents, siblings, & teachers interested in buying your E-book - especially after I told them how awesome your information is. I have unlimited time and resources to work online.

I am retired from my legal and accounting practice, also have sold 2 lucrative business' in order to stay at home with my children.

Please let me know any company that I can work for (at home) "duh". I want to continue adding to my children's collage fund.

I THANK YOU IN ADVANCE AND APPRECIATE YOUR AWESOME INFORMATION.

Sincerely,

A loyal customer and Parent Advocate!!

V.J.

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Hi V.,


Probably the easiest route to sell my (or others') ebook would be to build a simple website. I made a video tutorial that shows how to do this.

==> Click Here for the tutorial ...look for where it reads Affiliate Video Tutorials: Placing ClickBank affiliate links on your website.

My eBook is in ClickBank under category Home & Family / subcategory Parenting.

Let me know if you need any help.

Mark

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