Boise, ID (PRWEB) October 29, 2006 -land-
mines.com/lostfiles states that online entrepreneurs stand to explode their income when they jump on the bandwagon of the next ÂDot-ComÂ boom, which is beginning right now. Public domain works have long been a source of great quality content and product ideas for the online business person. The problem was, ÂWhere do you locate this great content?Â
Darren Salkeld, President of Rocan International, Inc, cites a recent study by BizRate indicating that 42.6 percent of online business people prefer to repackage and then resell great public domain works, but have a tough time finding it.
Here are a few ideas business owners can do when they get their hands on great public domain works:
- Copy and paste each document and sell them as ebooks
- Use them as content for an ezine
- Insert keywords and split the books up into articles to make a profit from adsense
- Offer a free preview of the book as a sign-on bonus
"If you don't have great, quality content, you wonÂt have a website that can compete and you're going to lose out to the competition," Salkeld warned.
Salkeld expressed what most internet marketers go through on their way to profit from the public domain when he said, "The problem is, it takes some time to locate public works, get them checked to make sure they are indeed not copyrighted, format them, develop a sales page and then put some marketing into them.Â
The facts are that Russell BrunsonÂs ÂThe Lost FilesÂ sidesteps all these time-wasters. Brunson has already compiled 30 high quality public domain works and put them all on a cd. Russell has discovered the secrets of avoiding spending money on graphic designers, lawyers, scanners and copywriters yet still makes sure his ÂThe Lost FilesÂ are A-1.
Salkeld added, "Since Brunson has done 90% of the work, it looks like people will be able to start promoting public domain works next week instead of waiting until they get enough time to research them on their own. All they have to do is follow in his foot-steps."
For tips on how to launch an effective public domain campaign, visit:
ItÂs your public domain business Â ÂWork Smart, Not Hard!Â
Derek Gehl and Russell Brunson have carved a reputation as a couple of the Internet's foremost public domain experts, and recently completed a multi-city seminar tour.
For more information, visit http://www.affiliate-land-mines.com/lostfiles