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About David Hallum

David Hallum is the owner and operator of "The eBook Catalog" an online service that provides authors and publishers with cost effective advertising for their ebooks. To learn more about his catalog and their service go to: http://theebookcatalog.com/
How Important Is Search Engine Placement?

According to a recent study by Jupiter Media Matrix over 55% of all Internet purchases begin with a search engine. But 93% of these consumers did not look past the first two pages of the search results. In other words, if you are not listed in the first two pages of the search results, then you may as well not be listed there at all.

How To Build a ClickThru Marketing Web-Page Guaranteed To Pull In Tons Of Traffic

The biggest mistake and the reason most people fail at clickthru marketing is that they just pop in their affiliate link and start sending folks to their affiliate website.

Show Me Yours…And I’ll Show You Mine…

Over the past few years there has been a growing trend on the internet where business owners are showing each other their stuff. Some of these business people are even paying to see the other business owners’ stuff. Can you believe it?

How To Build a ClickThru Marketing Web-Page Guaranteed To Pull In Tons of Folks

The biggest mistake and the reason most people fail at clickthru marketing is that they just pop in their affiliate link and start sending folks to their affiliate website.

The Untapped eBook Market

There’s a tremendous market that most if not all ebook authors and publishers are overlooking. Why they overlook this market is beyond me, maybe it’s because they are stuck on the notion that the only people who will buy and read their ebooks are the people that buy and read printed books.

Folks, these people could care less about reading an ebook. This is a fact! Let’s look at a few of the reasons that the average printed book reader will not read an ebook.

How To Sell Snow To An Eskimo

Think it’s a hard thing to do? Think again my friend. You don’t need to be that good of a salesperson either. I’m sure you’ve heard this “That person is such a great salesperson they could sell snow to an Eskimo.”

“Free sites do not build trust and credibility.” Yea and neither do sites with a registered domain name.

When ever I see the statement “Free sites do not build trust and credibility.” It makes me ask, “What hosting service is this person promoting?”

If You Are Thinking of Publishing An eBook…

May I Ask You A Few Questions First?

When Was The Last Time You Read A Scroll?