What is Public Domain?

Public Domain Content are any materials that are no longer legally owned by anyone. The absence of ownership entitles everyone to utilize it for whatever ends. Sadly, only a few people know act about its unlimited potential. Its time for you to learn and apply the lessons compiled by Kneb Knebaih in his The Public Domain Secret e-book.

Kneb’s The Public Domain Secret offers tons of exclusive featured content. But just like anything else, it also have some weaknesses that may be an important concern for some. Below are some of the remaining positive features while the rest are some of the areas that the e-book can improve upon.

Get 7+ Bonus Related Resource Materials

As an added bonus, Kneb also added some equally useful and commendable e-books. This includes Mass Control Revealed written by Frank Kern about influencing people’s actions. Another is the Niche Fishing Course with Videos and Audio about Niche Marketing authored by Vondre’ Whaley. Sebastian Saldarriaga’s 80-minute Explosive Niche/Rich Marketer Videos is also a bonus worth pocketing. The Audio Course titled How To Win In Any Niche by Stephen Pierce and Patric Chan is a big plus to this worthwhile collection. Three other unannounced bonuses are for the keeps by promo buyers.

Case Studies of 12 Companies Successful from using Public Domain Content

As a proof of the pudding, actual case studies of about 12 household names who gained commercial success from Public Domain Content are also mentioned to further illustrate the profitability of this enterprise. You may not have realized it before, but Public Domain has been feeding giant corporations and entities since time immemorial. You too can have a share of this unexploited resource.

There is no perfect book that could possibly meet everybody’s expectation

Anyone who claims that his or her book is faultless is probably just hyping you to hand over your hard-earned money. The Public Domain Secret is no exemption to this reality. Since the author is not an expert full-time writer, some technical and physical aspects are not completely polished.

Absence of a Professionally Designed Book Cover

The first flaw that you will encounter with the book is the absence of a professionally designed book cover. If this e-book were to be published on paper, it would lack a nice-looking book cover to attract bookworms. It would probably be unsold most of the time. Upon purchasing the e-book, it doesn’t give you that satisfying feeling that you own a real book. It feels just like buying a draft copy.

Absence of a Professionally Designed e-Book Cover

A book is assessed by its cover and an e-book is appraised by its e-cover. Aside from lacking a book cover. You also won’t find any catchy e-cover anywhere in the webpage. You will feel like buying a manuscript instead. There is no fancy e-cover to entice you to take a peek behind the pages. Nothing. Just the sales copy package on the webpage.

Poor Page Layout

Just from scanning the pages or browsing the headings, you will quickly notice the poor lay-out of the pages. The page numbers are all in the lower right corner. Chapters start and finish with no blank pages between them. All book formalities are omitted – there is no acknowledgment, no preface, no foreword, no bibliography. Just the title page, copyright page, comic strips, Public Domain graphics, a table of contents and the content proper.


Source by Mark Edwards Ocampo

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