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Discussion in 'Business Models, Niches, Industries' started by Rawr, May 13, 2017.

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    I wonder if our guy @HFR pull this off? I know he was talking about something along these lines. E-Book Publishing Success

    Well another example, sell shovels when there's a goldrush.
     
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    Did u purchase it?
     
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    I've bought one of their reports before. If you're new to the industry, sure it might give you an idea. There was good information for somebody less experienced...but, if you've been self-publishing, you're already studying the charts. Every writer I know keep a close eye on trends, where smaller markets are for competition, and what types of cover trends, lengths, etc.... I live and breathe this stuff. For a person who has no idea what to pinpoint, it's a small bit of cash for some info, but nothing you can't find on your own simply by going in and studying the charts. If you're serious about something, it's better to study those things on your own so you understand the why or the why not.
     
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