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Re Brander set new password?


 
05410 Here's what I want to do:

A person downloads my e-book

Page one is not password protected. Person must complete task on page one and then notify me so I can send them the password and re-brander.

Person completes task and downloads password+brander.

Person re-brands book and sets new unique password.

Person passes the e-book on and the cycle repeats.

Is this possible? Or maybe another or easier way to acomplish the same thing?


Posted on: 10:34 pm on April 5, 2003
KC *

(Edited by KC at 3:41 am on June 8, 2003)


Posted on: 9:01 pm on April 6, 2003
EBookCompiler You don't need to change the password for this application, which you can't do

Put in multiple passwords

Person A downloads and does task.  Then gets to page 2. He needs a password contacts you and needs one of the passwords (say 832 for example). You give him that password 832, he rebrands and passes on the book

Person B does the same process, but he would need a different password from the pool.

Which password from the pool is needed, and whether the password as been entered yet does not travel with the ebook


Posted on: 4:37 pm on April 10, 2003
05410 Thanks. But I don't think that will work for my particular application. I think I've come up with a simple solution though.

Person a gets free ebook

"A" completes task which is to purchase package that I sell through an affiliate link. (The rest of the book is instructions on how to use the package)

The password will be say the third word in the first sentence of the welcome e-mail (or maybe a certain word on the members page when they login to their new account) that only someone who has actually purchased the package receives.

"A" rebrands ebook with own affiliate link and passes the book on.

As long as the wording in the welcome e-mail (or whatever) never changes this should work.

I know I'm answering my own question here but maybe someone here sees a flaw that I don't or perhaps someone who comes here in the future can use the idea.


Posted on: 5:20 pm on April 11, 2003

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