Free computers and the internet Kindle books for 15 May 15

How NOT To Write an App

by Rodney D. Cambridge

Rod Cambridge created an iPhone app called Top-Tens to see how easy it was to make some money as an app developer. In this eBook, Rod uses this experience to take the reader step by step through the things that should, and shouldn’t, be done when creating an app for Apple’s iPhone or its rivals including Google’s Android and Microsoft’s Windows Mobile devices.

With this eBook, you’ll learn:

* What things should you incorporate, and avoid, when designing your app’s User Interface.

* The importance of your product roadmap – and what should be in it.

* How to employ innovative, and guerilla, marketing tactics to get sales moving.

* How to develop a two-minute elevator pitch. You did realize you need an an elevator pitch, didn’t you?

It’s all here, and much, much more. Read “How NOT To Write an App” to give your app an edge in a very crowded marketplace.

Open Source Jesus: Lessons About Freedom and Community from the Intersection of the Free Software and Christian Movements

by Cody Cook

This is an essay about how the free sharing of useful information benefits the human community. The author focuses on two communities that exemplify this communitarian philosophy–the Christian church and the open source movement–to glean lessons from both about how humans should view the sharing of information, the nature of personhood, and the importance of neighborliness.

How to Make $10,000 Writing and Selling Kindle Books: A detailed step-by-step guide for helping writers become Bestselling authors

This is ultimate survival guide “How to Make $10,000 Writing and Selling Kindle Books” is a complete, detailed step-by-step guide for struggling would-be writers to become Bestselling authors. This method is used by some of the most successful authors in the world. Inside you’ll find answers to questions such as:

How to clarify an idea you don’t quite have yet

How to structure your novel

How to efficiently get your ideas on paper

How to format for Kindle

How to promote your eBook for free

And dozens of others.

This guide also provides many references to other noted literary works as examples, plus scholarly resources for further reading on various topics.

For accomplished writers, honing their cart, as well as for those who have never brought their ideas to Kindle, “How to Make $10,000 Writing and Selling Kindle Books” is an excellent reference book.

Once your ideas are written down and your story is ready to publish, this guide provides excellent marketing and publicity strategies that are taught in creative writing classes at some of the finest institutions in the country. Without the proper marketing skills, authors have little chance of being discovered.

If you want to earn an income by becoming a serious Bestselling author, then this book is the one you need.

You – The Best Guru Ever: The Beginners Guide To Information Marketing – Updated for 2015

by Red Mikhail

You – the Best Guru Ever

If you’re a beginner then I have to warn you. The internet marketing space is full of gurus who will tell you that making money as an info-marketer is easy. They will promise you riches, houses and cars. They will do everything to sell you the dream! They will promise you push button riches! “Buy this for $37.99 and your life will never be the same!” – You will hear that a lot. That’s B.S.

An excerpt from the book

You are the best guru and you are in control of your destiny, remember that


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