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Easy App Formula

Chances are that you have a smartphone FULL of apps…some you use, most you don’t…grin. I LOVE apps because they give me the ability to simplify tasks, create stuff, entertain me, find me a great place to eat (or just FIND me…lol), and more!

I’m sure that, at one time or another, you’ve had the SAME thought that I have…”I wish I knew how to make a cool app like THIS!” But then we justify away the dream…it’s probably hard…and expensive…and I don’t know coding…and on and on!

But what if I told you it didn’t HAVE to be hard? What if I told you that a buddy of mine figured out how to make it easy? And what if I told you that, for a limited time, you can access the strategies for creating your OWN app for less than what you’ll pay for dinner tonight?

So you might be thinking…

“Great…another shiny object!” And perhaps you’re right…it could be. But this is ONE shiny object I’ve been paying attention to for a while now (yes…I have my own app in development!). I’ve been paying attention to apps for one simple reason…an app as simple as turning your smartphone flash into a flashlight sold over a million copies at $.99! Yeah…exactly!

This is worth you while to invest in while it’s available at the silly low introductory price…EVEN if you set it aside for now to focus on later! And to enhance your app skills even more, I’ve decided to offer one of my own, step-by-step app creation trainings at no cost for everyone who decides to jump on this opportunity!

Here is what to do next…

Step One:
Click the link below and pick up “Easy App Formula”
(It’s just $7 bucks with all the bonuses!)

http://pdx7.com/go/app

Step Two:
E-mail me your receipt to:
tonysbonus [at] gmail [dot] com

I will get your bonus training link out to you as soon as possible! The App Video Training Bonus is loaded up and ready for you to watch!

Step Three:
Make an app! I can’t wait to see what you do with this training!

Here is the link:

http://pdx7.com/go/app

New Publishing Options with PubIt!

Barnes & Noble just provided us with a new opportunity for profiting from our e-books (like those from the Public Domain). Their new program, just launched October 5th, is called, PubIt! and gives anyone the ability to publish e-books for their Nook reader. What makes this a worthwhile consideration is, first of all, PubIt! uses the epub format, just like Apple’s iBooks for the iPad, Sony’s e-Reader and other devices. Second, Barnes & Noble has apps to offer their books on the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android and the PC.

After signing up for my own account, I did some investigating to see if B&N said anything about the Public Domain. Here is an excerpt from their terms concerning copyright:

Copyright Infringing: Material to which you do not own the copyright or the right to distribute. Public domain content may be posted to PubIt!. Barnes & Noble may, at any time, request validation that a given eBook qualifies as a public domain title.

So the good news is that the door is wide open for Public Domain titles. Now before you get the bright idea to upload PD titles and load them with links to other products and offers, you will also want to consider this statement as well, again from the PubIt! website:

Advertisements: Material contained within your eBook that primarily seeks to sell a product other than the eBook itself is prohibited.

In case you are wondering what kind of profits can we make from selling our e-books through PubIt!, here is a breakdown of the royalty structure:

Publisher will be paid a royalty off the List Price according to the following terms:

1. For eBooks with a List Price at or between $2.99 and $9.99 – 65% of the List Price

2. For eBooks with a List Price at or below $2.98 or at or greater than $10.00 (but not more than $199.99 and not less than $0.99) – 40% of the List Price

So, if you haven’t figured it our yet, keep your prices in the $2.99 to $9.99 price range…grin. With Barnes & Noble jumping into the e-publishing bookstore fray along with Apple’s iBook store and Amazon’s Kindle, the future is looking mighty bright for those who choose to sell e-books (and not just Public Domain e-books…hint…hint) through these marketplaces.

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